New application of demographic and health survey in nutrition modeling

This post is the first in a series around “Evaluation in the 21st Century,” this year’s theme for the annual Evaluation Conference, hosted by the American Evaluation Association.

Building capacity: On-the-job training improves storage of NTD medicines in Sierra Leone

  Procuring and efficiently delivering preventative medicine for neglected tropical diseases (NTD) to thousands of geographically dispersed communities is a challenging undertaking, at best. It takes teamwork and open communication among the many players involved in the country’s drug supply chain team. – See more. However in some countries, since the regional drug storage facilities … Continue reading “Building capacity: On-the-job training improves storage of NTD medicines in Sierra Leone”

Strengthening Liberia’s health system one map at a time

A country ravaged by 14 years of civil war, Liberia has imminent needs spanning every sector. Both the international community and the Government of Liberia (GoL) have identified strengthening health systems as a key priority. The civil war reduced the available health workforce and impacted the country’s ability to provide essential health services. Although the … Continue reading “Strengthening Liberia’s health system one map at a time”