Uganda UNICEF Nutrition Evaluations core team

Uganda UNICEF Nutrition Evaluation core team

Uganda End of Project Evaluations

The Global Health Liaisons team has completed evaluations for two IMAM/CMAM programs striving to address severe acute malnutrition in areas hit by a disaster. Building a better understanding of linkages and barriers to nutrition will help decision-makers and program planners to direct resources in a more focused way. The goals of the evaluation were to:

  1. Assess program relevance, appropriateness, efficiency and quality of services
  2. Assess program effectiveness, sustainability and equity
  3. Document evidence based lessons, good practices and recommendations

The evaluation was completed within seven districts of Karamoja sub-region, namely Abim, Kaabong, Kotido, Moroto, Nakapiripirit, Napak, and Amudat districts. A cross-sectional study design with a purposive and random sampling of evaluation sites was used. Both quantitative and qualitative data were collected. Quantitative data collection included semi-structured interviews and data abstraction, whilst qualitative data shall include a desk review, key informant interviews, focus group discussions as well as unobtrusive observations. The analysis assessed changes in the district-level nutritional outcomes. Results were presented graphically in tables, figures, and charts.

 

End of Project Report UNICEF Uganda

Facebooktwitterlinkedin
Recommended Posts