Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low- Transmission Settings

Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low- Transmission Settings
Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low- Transmission Settings


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Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate- and Low- Transmission Settings
Citation: Evaluation Task Force of the RBM Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group. (2019). Framework for Evaluating National Malaria Programs in Moderate and Low Transmission Settings. Chapel Hill, NC, USA: MEASURE Evaluation, University of North Carolina.

Abstract:

The evaluation framework presented in this document intends to build on existing work by the RBM Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group, expandingit to address settings along the continuum of malaria transmission, with a specific focus on moderate- and low-transmission settings. This framework also emphasizes the importance of process evaluation to impact evaluation, linking implementation processes to implementation strength to then demonstrate program impact on malaria transmission, morbidity, or mortality.

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Shortname: tr-19-334

Author(s): Evaluation Task Force of the RBM Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group

Year: 2019

Language: English