Scale-Up M&E Webinar featuring Last Mile Health and Living Goods
A recording of this webinar can be viewed here.
The M&E Working Group is excited to continue a series of webinars on measuring how programs delivered through government ministries are being “institutionalized” into existing routine systems and processes. This second session in the series, co-organized with the Health Technical Working Group, on August 12 from 10:00-11:15 am ET featured presenters from two NGOs collaborating with governments in Burkina Faso, Kenya, Liberia, Malawi, Uganda and other countries in Africa to scale and sustain innovative and evidence-based health programs.
Emilie Chambert, Chief Program Officer from Living Goods and Nan Chen, Health Systems Team from Last Mile Health shared what their two pioneering organizations are learning about how to think about and measure institutionalization of community health programs within government systems.
Larry Cooley, Co-Chair of the M&E working group, kicked the session off by sharing an institutionalization tracker he and others have developed to help frame the session.
Laura Ghiron, Co-Chair of the Health working group and Member of the ExpandNet Secretariat moderated the session.
Nan Chen, Managing Director of Health Systems Strengthening at Last Mile Health
Emilie Chambert, Chief Program Officer at Living Goods
Laura Ghiron, Co-Chair of the Health Working Group