Monthly Archives: April 2015

Using theory-driven evaluation within the mCHW project

By Martin Oliver Our project’s aim – to advance the training and supervision of community health workers in Kenya, following a participatory approach – creates some very specific requirements for evaluation. Unlike some intervention projects, our work with CHWs, CHEWs and other close-to-community actors isn’t stable. It has to be negotiated at every step, and…
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