About Kenny Sherr
Role(s) / Profession(s)
- Manager (Site/Facility, Program, Project)
Health Alliance International
Website: http://depts.washington.edu/haiuw/ Type: Non-Governmental Organization Country: United States About: Health Alliance International's vision is a just world that promotes health and well-being, including universal access to quality health care. Their mission is to support the development of policies that foster social and economic equity for all with a focus on public-sector health systems and a progressive realization of the right to health.
University of Washington
Website: http://www.washington.edu/ Type: Academic Institution Country: United States About: Founded in 1861, the University of Washington is one of the oldest state-supported institutions of higher education on the West Coast.
I’d like to comment on Maysa’s questions about institutionalizing M&E in the primary healthcare setting from the perspective of an agency that does not have the implicit mandate to manage service in this setting (ie: as a NGO employee). Maysa points out that it’s not mandatory for health workers in ...
I’d like to briefly respond to Morgan and Sandhya’s posts. Morgan raises questions about defining the goal(s) of evaluation. It would be interesting to hear from participants concerning the scope of evaluations, particularly the interplay between health system and non-health system determinants of health impact measures. I know that we ...
How can we build internal capacity and ownership for carrying out M&E activities? This is a fundamental question that we need to be considering at all stages of our work, and I think there are probably a few key considerations that can lead to more effective, sustainable and locally-driven approaches ...
Along with Lisa's response, I wanted to add a couple of thoughts on the first question for the panel: 1. On balancing evaluation and monitoring. This is a perennial question for those implementing health programs (either in the domain of HSS or more widely). In my experience I’ve seen much ...
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