Wednesday, August 28th, 2019
As we prepare to roll our new program, the MPH Monitoring & Evaluation, this week departmental staff underwent a refresher on fundamental issues and concepts in M&E.
Globally the demand for governments and organizations to account and demonstrate results is fast growing. The Masters in Public Health-Monitoring and Evaluation which is the first of its kind in the region has been designed to produce leaders in evaluation with the skills required to monitor and evaluate public health policies and complex health systems programs with the highest professional standards using the most contemporary methods.
Eligible applicants should be both upcoming and already existing M&E practitioners, managers, planners and professionals with at least a Bachelors’ degree in the applied health sciences, social sciences and management sciences.