MU Short Courses

box2Introducing a new short course on:

The Use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in the Health Sector

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) has been recognized globally for the critical role it plays in improving the quality of services and programmes throughout the health sector. Every organization or institution, whether public or private, must possess the skills and knowledge to develop and sustain M&E plans and systems in order to ensure it is achieving its objectives and having the desired impact.

Mzumbe University’s Centre of Excellence in Health Monitoring and Evaluation started offering its first short course, entitled The Use of Monitoring and Evaluation for Quality and Programme Improvement in the Health Sector in 2015. The purpose of this course is to orient participants to health monitoring and evaluation and the use of M&E for quality and programme improvement. The same course will be offered again throughout 2016, and new short courses will be added.

The purpose of this short course is to orient participants to health monitoring and evaluation and the use of M&E for quality and programme improvement.


Description of Course

Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) has been recognized globally for the critical role it plays in improving the quality of services and programmes throughout the health sector. Every organization or institution, whether public or private, must possess the skills and knowledge to develop and sustain M&E plans and systems in order to ensure it is achieving its objectives and having the desired impact.
Course Objectives

The purpose of this short course is to orient participants to health monitoring and evaluation and the use of M&E for quality and programme improvement.


Who Should Attend?

  • RHMT and CHMT members and co-opted members
  • Hospital management committee members
  • Facility in-charges, health managers and data clerks
  • Health training institution principals and their subordinates
  • In-country health implementing partners
  • Others interested in increasing their knowledge and skills in health M&E

Logistics

Course will be held in Morogoro Town.

Cost is TZS 800,000 per participant (includes: tuition, study materials, refreshments, and certification packages only)


The course will focus on six main areas:

  • Introduction to M&E
  • M&E system and capacity improvement
  • Development of M&E plans
  • Routine and periodic monitoring for health M&E, focusing on DHIS2
  • Data use for quality improvement
  • Evaluation methods

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Upcoming MU Short Course Date

The next M&E in Health short course will be on 12-16 June 2017 and Data Management and Analysis course 19-23 June 2017.