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03

3rd International Workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Global Health Programs

  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   3rd Mar, 2019 - 10th Mar, 2019
The seven-day workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Global Health Programs will provide the platform for state of the art tools and techniques. By the end of this workshop, participants will be abl...
The seven-day workshop on Monitoring and Evaluation of Global Health Programs will provide the platform for state of the art tools and techniques. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to:
- develop monitoring and evaluation plans by applying knowledge and skills gained throughout the workshop
- train professionals working in various health programs on basic concepts and practical approaches towards effective programmatic monitoring and evaluation
- formulate a framework (result/logical/conceptual) on how the program or intervention will lead to specific health outcomes and impact.
- discuss programmatic applications of the main tools and data systems used to monitor and evaluate health programs
- review the various evaluation designs and estimation techniques used for evaluating various health programs
- use this platform to share and learn from other country experiences to strengthen their M&E systems

Some of the important topics of the workshop are:
- Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation
- Developing Monitoring and Evaluation Plans
- Frameworks and Indicators; Data/Information Sources & Systems (including surveillance, surveys, and HMIS)
- Routine and Non-Routine Information Systems
- Tools used in M&E including PRISM tools, DQA tool and ​DDIU tool
- Evaluation Designs and Operations Research
- Gender Integration into M&E
- Data Demand and Use for Decision-Making
- Decision-Making and Strategic Information
- Population Size Estimation

Course fee: US$ 2800 which includes:
- 7-day face-to-face workshop in Dubai
- Resources, course material, and workshop kit
- Lunch, tea, and snacks during the workshop sessions
- Certificate from Empower
- One-year of technical assistance
- Does not include – airfare, accommodation, health insurance, visa fees, dinner or other travel expenses

Please also find the Newsletter for our previous workshop - http://goo.gl/SMw9vY
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Mar
21

Webinar: HR for SCM – Improving Performance through applying the PtD Theory of Change Tue. 21st March, 8am to 9am EST

  1.   General
  2.    Public
  1.   21st Mar, 2019
Dear Technet Members, The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project invites you to the second in a series of SCM Workforce Development webinars, ‘HR fo...
Dear Technet Members,

The USAID Global Health Supply Chain Program-Procurement Supply Management (GHSC-PSM) project invites you to the second in a series of SCM Workforce Development webinars, ‘HR for SCM – Improving HR Performance through applying the PtD Theory of Change.'

Like all chains, supply chains are no stronger than their weakest link. In many low and middle-income countries, the supply chain workforce often do not have the technical and managerial skills to perform optimally, the empowerment to affect supply decisions, or the human resources policies needed for effective management. The People that Deliver (PtD) Theory of Change for SCM was developed to describe the pathways that must be present for optimal workforce performance and the interventions required to make this happen.

Thursday the 21st March, 8am to 9am EST.

At the conclusion of this session participants should be able to:

* Explain why there is a need to systematically improve HR capacity and systems to improve HR performance in supply chain teams
* Use the People that Deliver (PtD) Theory of Change for SCM https://peoplethatdeliver.org/ptd/resources/human-resources-supply-chain-management-theory-change (HR4SCM ToC) to understand the four essential pathways to optimize workforce performance in SCM and the actions required to strengthen these pathways
The webinar will be facilitated by Dr Andrew N Brown (GHSC-PSM) and Bridget J McHenry (USAID).

Andrew is the GHSC-PSM Workforce Development Specialist. He has more than 20 years of experience in pharmaceutical health systems with a specialized focus on human resources development in the health supply chain context of low and middle-income countries. He has extensive experience working with international and national stakeholders to strengthen human resource management systems to effectively develop, recruit, retain, and support the health workforce for increased access to quality health services. https://www.linkedin.com/in/anbrownhss/

Bridget is the Senior Organizational Development Advisor for Commodity Security & Logistics at USAID with USAID’s Global Health Bureau in the Office of Population and Reproductive Health. She holds a Master of Public Health degree from George Washington University and is an APICS Certified Supply Chain Professional. In her current role as the Organizational Development Advisor, she is working on organizational development and capacity building issues related to HRH for SCM for health commodities. She is a technical advisor to the work of
GHSC-PSM and supports USAID's engagement in PtD and IAPHL.

You can access the webinar through the link below:
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