This two-page brief highlights key points from the final evaluations of nine Child Survival and Health Grants Program projects that ended in 2011.
This report is intended to share Rapid CATCH and other select project data generated by USAID’s Child Survival and Health Grants Program projects that ended between October and December 2011. Eight of the nine projects focused on maternal, newborn and child health, while one focused on tuberculosis control.
The Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) Task Force (TF) proposed a list of 48 indicators to guide governments and partners in monitoring and evaluating national iCCM programs. The iCCM TF undertook a review process to determine the number of indicators being reported by country programs, and opportunities and challenges related to measuring indicators not being reported. This report supports the …
This brief provides an overview of the international nongovernmental organizations-designed innovations currently supported by the Child Survival and Health Grants Program, and the operations research poised to advance policies and strategies at the national and global levels.