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This review done by sabine Roquefort proposes 5 groups of hospital priority indicators (~ 300 indicators were identified & commented/analyzed, selected, compared). Its goal/purpose is to help MSF obtain a more global vision of its hospital-based activity and encourage contextual and routine analyses for the steering of its hospital-based projects.

VBROWN
18/12/2013

*Note: This is the executive summary of the report including a matrix of the findings and recommendations. This report finds that the overall legacy of MSF-OCB’s engagement in the dynamic and unpredictable context of the Mopti region of Mali as positive, highlighting a strong reputation based on an uninterrupted presence throughout the conflict. MSF-OCB has been widely recognised as an organisation that responded flexibly where there were demonstrated needs, as conflict flared and receded, access expanded or contracted.

Stockholm Evaluation Unit
12/12/2013

*Note: This is the executive summary of the report including a matrix of the findings and recommendations.

Stockholm Evaluation Unit
12/12/2013

This report finds that the overall legacy of MSF-OCB’s engagement in the dynamic and unpredictable context of the Mopti region of Mali as positive, highlighting a strong reputation based on an uninterrupted presence throughout the conflict. MSF-OCB has been widely recognised as an organisation that responded flexibly where there were demonstrated needs, as conflict flared and receded, access expanded or contracted. In particular, the great level of organisational and individual commitment to providing support to populations affected by the conflict was praised.

Christine Bousquet
05/12/2013

This report finds that the overall legacy of MSF-OCB’s engagement in the dynamic and unpredictable context of the Mopti region of Mali as positive, highlighting a strong reputation based on an uninterrupted presence throughout the conflict. MSF-OCB has been widely recognised as an organisation that responded flexibly where there were demonstrated needs, as conflict flared and receded, access expanded or contracted. In particular, the great level of organisational and individual commitment to providing support to populations affected by the conflict was praised.

Christine Bousquet
05/12/2013

The example of Shishelweni demonstrates that in the context of high prevalence of HIV/TB infections and limited resources available decentralisation of HIV and TB care from regional and district hospitals to primary health care clinics and community level is the way to improve access, coverage, effectiveness and efficiency of service delivery. It also improves satisfaction and acceptance of health service providers, direct beneficiaries and the wider community.

Mzia Turashvili
01/12/2013

This evaluation takes stock of the two and a half year handover process that started in June 2011. The evaluation highlights both the operational strengths and weaknesses and identifies areas for improvement. The work aims to inform the replicability of the handover tools and approach. The evaluation finds that, at patient level, there has been no impact on the continuity of care and that gives a good indication of a sustainable and smooth take over by MoH.

Helene Juillard
01/12/2013

Five years after the initiation of an HIV/TB decentralisation and integration project in Shiselweni region of Swaziland, MSF Switzerland took the opportunity to retrospectively analyse its programme experience in the context of the high dual HIV/TB epidemic. The focus of the current report is to describe activities of the decentralisation model implemented in collaboration with the Ministry of Health of Swaziland and to analyse the health outcomes of the programmes in the wider public health context.

Mzia Turashvili
19/11/2013

This evaluation finds that the Kibera Project has had a tremendous impact at the patient, community and policy level. Additionally, the report points out that the decentralisation of health services at the primary health care level has been a core tenet of the project as it has evolved from a vertical HIV/AIDS programme to a multi-clinic operation offering comprehensive health care.

Samuel Hall Consulting on behalf of Stockholm Evaluation Unit
01/11/2013

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