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Methods for Evaluating Innovative Health Programs (EIHP): A Multi-Country Study

  • Thomas, Ranjeeta
  • Jones, Andrew M
  • Squire, Lyn

Designed as a global research initiative, the EIHP project aims at adding to the evidence base of health interventions that have the potential to improve health outcomes in Africa and Asia. The project focuses on rigorous, quantitative evaluations of innovative local initiatives that address the Millennium Development Goals for health: reductions in child and maternal mortality and communicable diseases. This overview brings together the outcomes and lessons from the project for evaluation methods. It draws together the methodological implications of carrying out impact evaluations under very different settings and emphasizes the need to build in evaluations in project designs.

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Publication status: Published in Journal of Development Effectiveness 4.2(2010): pp. 504-520
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