Monitoring and Evaluation toolkit

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This M&E toolkit is the outcome of a collaborative process of M&E experts of international organizations, bilateral agencies, nongovernmental and private organizations and major partners: in particular, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Global Fund, the Health Metrics Network, the Roll Back Malaria Partnership, the Stop TB Partnership, UNAIDS, WHO (including the Global Malaria Programme, the HIV/AIDS Department and the Stop TB Department), the World Bank, the United States Presidents Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (Office of the United States Global AIDS Coordinator) and the United States Agency for International Development, the Presidents Malaria Initiative and MEASURE Evaluation. Input from several workstreams addressing global health and M&E issues helped to shape relevant sections of the toolkit. The collaborative and consultative process ensured that the recommendations made in this toolkit are in accordance with those used across organizations, promoting a common understanding of M&E within and among the three diseases and health systems strengthening as well as the use of a common set of indicators. In addition to the UNAIDS Monitoring and Evaluation Reference Group and partnership- facilitated process, wide technical consultations were held to better define M&E activities at the community level. In particular, the findings were summarized through a regional workshop with representatives from 22 countries. Consultations were held with gender specialists as well as with experts in the M&E of the quality of services to inform the relevant chapters in this publication. Last but not least, many colleagues at the Global Fund ensured that this toolkit best serves its targeted audience. Thank you for all your efforts and contributions.

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