Data for Impact (D4I) is conducting a third round of implementation process monitoring (October 2019–May 2020) for Malawi’s Organized Network for Everyone’s (ONSE) Health, implemented by Management Sciences for Health with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) mission in Malawi.
The program goal is to improve access to and quality of health services for maternal, neonatal, and child health (MNCH); plus nutrition; family planning and reproductive health; malaria; and water, sanitation and hygiene. The process monitoring is meant to gather information to inform ONSE programming as needed to meet project goals and improve outcomes. The monitoring will document stakeholder views of the program’s “smart capacity building” approach that uses nested providers, group/cluster mentoring, role models, coaching, supportive supervision, and simulation-based drills, among other activities. It also will assess implementation in three districts, examine how management practices affected implementation, and make recommendations for any improvements.
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