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Monitoring and Evaluation Online Course Repository

M&E of Population, Health and Nutrition Programs

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These course materials outline M&E plan design for programs such as nutrition, maternal and child health, and HIV/AIDS. The course provides an overview of results frameworks, program indicators, program evaluation types, and the identification of data sources. Materials include PowerPoint slides with speaker notes, course handouts, case studies, and group activities.
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Demographic and Health Surveys: Data Use

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This course provides an overview of the Demographic and Health Surveys project so program staff, policymakers, and researchers are better able to use DHS data to make evidence-based decisions.
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Gender M&E

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This course outlines how gender can be integrated into health and gender program M&E. It is useful for M&E officers who seek to integrate a gender perspective into their efforts.
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Data Quality

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This course outlines what data quality is, why it is important, and how programs can improve it, particularly for HIV/AIDS programs. Participants learn the seven dimensions of data quality and identify the types of double counting that can impact quality and the strategies that can be employed to avoid it.
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Data Use for Program Managers (HIV/AIDS-specific)

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This course promotes data use for evidence-based HIV/AIDS program planning and improvement. Learners understand concepts of data use and how to apply them to make decisions and answer key questions.
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Economic Evaluation Basics

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This course provides an overview of the key considerations for conducting economic evaluations and their role in policy and program decision-making. Participants learn about the utility of economic evaluation in international public health, identify the common methods of economic evaluation and which best suits a given situation, and understand how to conduct an economic evaluation.
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Introduction to Impact Evaluation of Health Communication Programs

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This course teaches learners how to apply theories of social and behavior change communication and advanced statistical methods to improve the measurement of health communication impact.
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Basic and Advanced Impact Analysis

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This course introduces the application of theories of social and behavior change communication and advanced statistical methods to improve the measurement of health communication impact.
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Preparing Data for Impact Analysis

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This course introduces learners to apply theories of social and behavior change communication and advanced statistical methods to improve the measurement of health communication impact.
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Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning and Adapting (MERLA)

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This course takes participants through five modules introducing Monitoring, Evaluation, Research, Learning, and Adapting (MERLA) for international development programs.
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Data Demand and Use: An Introduction to Concepts and Tools

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This course provides the conceptual basis for data-informed decision-making within an organization or program, or at the national, state, or district levels of government. Participants are introduced to several tools created by MEASURE Evaluation to facilitate the use of data in decision-making.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Methods, Tools, and Metrics for Evaluating Market Food Environments in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

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Food Systems Food SecurityPrivate-Sector Engagement
With the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Resilience and Food Security, USAID Advancing Nutrition conducted a series of activities to identify assessments (methods, tools, and metrics) suitable for food environments in LMICs.
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[Webinar] Improving Diets Through Innovative Data Analysis and Modeling of Food Fortification: Evidence from Malawi

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Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning
The Micronutrient Action Policy Support project is working with partners in Malawi to use data in innovative ways to inform nutrition policies and programs.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Food Prices for Nutrition

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Governments and programmers lack the consistent data on affordability that they need to design effective food systems policies and programs for nutrition. Food Prices for Nutrition aims to bridge this gap by developing metrics on price and food cost for application globally. Examples of current indicators include the cost of nutrient adequacy and cost of recommended diet.
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Data for Diets

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There are a number of indicators and methods available to measure dimensions of food security and diet quality. Data4Diets aims to help program implementers and policymakers in accessing and applying appropriate indicators by providing an online repository of guides, studies, and examples of how indicators have been used to inform diet-related food security policies and programs.
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Food Systems and Diets: A Handbook of Essential Policies

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This handbook provides entry points for policy makers for how to shift food systems towards providing safer, affordable, accessible, and nutritious diets.
USAID Nutrition Resource Hub

Food Systems Dashboard

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Food Systems
The Food Systems Dashboard serves as a tool to access and visualize data drawn from multiple sources. Policymakers and programmers can use the Dashboard to compare food systems across regions and countries, track progress on key indicators, and identify and prioritize ways to sustainably improve diets and nutrition in their food systems.
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42 Policies and Actions to Orient Food Systems Towards Healthier Diets For All

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Food Systems
This report describes 42 potential policy actions that support food systems in delivering nutritious, high-quality diets for all. It draws from recent evidence to outline specific actions that policymakers or programmers can enact across different components of the food system, from production, supply chains, food environments, to consumers.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

Webinar Series in Partnership with the DFC Program: Drivers of Food Choice in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Synthesis of Evidence

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Food Security
Presenters discuss drivers of individual and household food choice in changing food environments; next steps for application and scaling; and prominent issues and questions confronting policy, practice, and research at the nexus of food environments, nutrition, and health. This is a series of webinars.
Multi-Sectoral Nutrition Resource Review

The Social Norms Atlas: Understanding Global Social Norms and Related Concepts

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Infant and Young Child Nutrition (IYCN)Maternal Nutrition
While there is interest and funding to explore how social norms concepts and theory might facilitate social norms change, the success of applying these concepts and theory has been inconsistent. The Social Norms Atlas provides guidance to increase social norms knowledge and strengthen understanding of social norms relevant to particular sectors.