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Towards a culture of evaluation and evidence-based decision making in global health

Reflections on THET Conference 2016: Evidence, Effectiveness & Impact

Last week we attended THET’s annual conference in London. As researchers specializing in qualitative and quantitative methodologies, the theme of evidence, effectiveness and impact was a particularly relevant one for us.  Monitoring and evaluation are increasingly being recognized as critical components in establishing the impact of any global health intervention. It was interesting to gain an understanding of the latest thinking in this area from a health partnership perspective. Health partnerships are collaborative relationships between organizations and institutions working to improve the health of people living in developing countries. Though partnerships take various forms, they involve working together to achieve common goals and meet specific needs. Involvement of in-country organizations ensures the approach is ‘country led’, while involvement of other countries enables skills transfer and knowledge exchange. 

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23rd November 2016

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