Challenges in Program Evaluation of Health Interventions in Developing Countries

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Rand Corporation, Jan 23, 2006 - Medical - 114 pages
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Health interventions that are effective in developed countries may not be as effective in developing countries given the differing social, economic, cultural, and infrastructure factors that may affect a program's implementation and outcomes. This monograph is intended to promote an understanding of why program evaluation is a critical component of any health intervention and to stimulate discussion on ways to make evaluation of health interventions in developing countries more rigorous.
 

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE Introduction
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CHAPTER TWO A Conceptual Framework for Evaluating Health Projects in Developing Countries
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CHAPTER THREE Methodological Challenges in Evaluating theImpact of Health Projects in Developing Countries
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CHAPTER FOUR Current Status of Program Evaluation in Developing Countries
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CHAPTER FIVE Research and Other Actions to Promote Impact Assessment
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APPENDIX HIVAIDS Data Sources
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Bibliography
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