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Monitoring and Evaluating the Transition of Health Programs: New Guide Released

Transition can be defined as the transfer of financial, leadership and programmatic responsibilities for a health program from a donor to a recipient, according to a pre-defined plan. The current importance of transition is framed by an increased focus on sustainability and country capacity to lead and manage programs as program priorities change, and external […]

Monitoring and Evaluating the Transition of Large-Scale Programs in Global Health

This article was originally published in the December 1, 2015 issue (vol. 3 no. 4) of Global Health: Science and Practice. Monitoring and evaluating large-scale global health program transitions can strengthen accountability, facilitate stakeholder engagement, and promote learning about the transition process and how best to manage it. We propose a conceptual framework with 4 […]

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