Monitoring & Evaluation of HSDP 2 Activities

Hanovia was involved in the Monitoring and Evaluation of the implementation of the World Bank Assisted Health System Development Project II (HSDP2) in 6 North East Geopolitical zone of Nigeria (Adamawa, Bauchi, Borno, Gombe, Taraba and Yobe States). The objectives of the project are to strengthen capacity for system management and improve access to primary healthcare in each State. Hanovia Ltd was involved in the 3 year (2006 – 2008) monitoring and evaluation exercise of the all sections of the HSDP2 Project. Some of the activities carried out were:

  • Conduct of quarterly on-the-spot physical assessment of the projects and programmes which allows for verification of progress implementation reports, examination of critical path, timely signal of operational and financial bottlenecks, performance of project contracts and reprogramming to ensure that project components are targeted towards actual needs etc
  • Collection of data on the performance of health system from the field
  • Conduct of focus group discussions and interactions with controlled group
  • Periodic discussions with Project Monitoring Unit (PMU) staffs and other relevant person/organizations on the progress of work and the team observations
  • Preparation of quarterly M&E report on each state in the zone covered

We also developed the logical framework for planning, monitoring and evaluation

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