Chair: Eric Swedberg (Save the Children)
Participants were updated on the recommended indicators for iCCM; priority indicators that should be integrated within national HMIS; and best practices for supporting iCCM data quality and data use as a mechanism for strengthening broader community health information systems and HMIS in the context of new funding from the Global Fund. Participants also reviewed existing monitoring plans and began to develop/revise plans, as appropriate.
The objectives of the session were to
Access Session IV presentations and materials below:
For key background materials, please click below:
Robertson, T., Kasungami, D., Guenther, T., and E. Hazel. Monitoring ICCM: A feasibility study of the indicator guide for monitoring and evaluating integrated community case management. Health Policy and Planning 2016: 1-8.
For a variety of M&E related resources, including the iCCM Indicator Guidebook and publications related to M&E of iCCM, click here.
For a compendium of iCCM M&E related resources from the 2014 iCCM Evidence Review Symposium, click here.