Monitoring and Evaluation

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Sources of health sector information include Management Information Systems (MIS), disease surveillance, vital registration, census, sentinel reporting, surveys, rapid assessments, and research. Nine different MIS are located within the health sector. The Health Sector Information System (HSIS) National Strategy proposes linking together the different MIS using a uniform coding system; including the other public, private and NGO sectors; and generating disaggregated information to enable local evidence based planning. However, this is only one component of a large programme of Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) within the health sector.

Other key sources of health information that NHSSP focuses on include facility and household surveys and specialised research. Working with HMIS colleagues to set realistic targets and track sector performance against the NHSP-2 results framework, including GAAP and GESI indicators, is a major focus of NHSSP.
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