M&E of Community Programs [Presentation]
Community-based programs are becoming increasingly more prevalent, from family planning to child survival to care and support for people living with or affected by HIV. In order to remain funded, community-based programs are expected to produce volumes of data, but without sufficient infrastructure or dedicated human resources. This presentation explores ways to ensure that front-line workers collect only what they need and use what they collect, and that implementers get what they need for program management and reporting.
The challenge is to:
• Ensure that volunteers are not overburdened with information collection
• Foster use of M&E by communities
• Minimize unrealistic expectations
The presentation explains how to meet those challenges.
Last modified: November 18, 2021