Improving Liberia's Healthcare Delivery: A Monitoring, Evaluation, & Learning Template




KEYWORDS:

MEL................................................Monitoring, Evaluation, & Learning

QA..................................................Quality Assurance

QI....................................................Quality Improvement

HRH................................................Human Resources for Health

SCM................................................Supply Chain Management

HMIS...............................................Health Management Information System

MOHSW..........................................Ministry of Health & Social Welfare

USAID.............................................United States Agency for International Development


OBJECTIVES OF IMPROVING LIBERIA'S HEALTHCARE DELIVERY:

 To strengthen the leadership and governance capacity of the MOHSW;

 To improve health care service delivery by institutionalizing Quality Assurance (QA) and Quality Improvement (QI) initiatives

 To strengthen Human Resources for Health (HRH) Management

 To improve Supply Chain Management

 To increase the financial sustainability of health services

 To strengthen HMIS.


EXPECTED OUTCOME OF IMPROVING LIBERIA'S HEALTHCARE DELIVERY:

 Improving the health status of Liberians, especially the most vulnerable: women, girls, and newborns


TARGET POPULATION:

Direct:

 Liberians, with emphasis on the most vulnerable: women, girls, newborns, children under five, and most-recently Ebola survivors.


Indirect:

 MOHSW

 Local health NGOs and communities

 Other stakeholders


DURATION:

40 - 60 MONTHS


Contact Amaka Consulting for details as well as for a FULL project proposal on how to improve the health status of Liberians, especially the most vulnerable: women girls, and newborns.