Analysis and Interpretation of Large-Scale Programs

Johns Hopkins University

Embark on a comprehensive journey to analyze and interpret large-scale health programs targeting women and children in low- and middle-income countries. Gain crucial insights into transforming evaluation data, conducting analysis, interpreting results, and disseminating findings.

Key Learning Points:

  • Quantitative analysis of surveys and program data
  • Interpreting analysis results and implications
  • Disseminating evaluation findings
  • Developing sound analysis plans
  • Gender-based equity analysis

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Analysis and Interpretation of Large-Scale Programs
Course Modules

This course comprises modules that cover a wide array of essential skills, including data analysis, equity analysis, gender-based equity analysis, and interpreting evaluation findings. Participants will gain comprehensive insights into analyzing and interpreting large-scale health programs targeting women and children in low- and middle-income countries.

Module 1: Getting started in the course

Module 1 provides a warm welcome to the course, introducing the running examples and setting the stage for the learning journey.

Module 2: Setting up for data analysis

Module 2 delves into setting up for data analysis, reviewing the program and evaluation framework, and developing an analysis plan.

Module 3: Introduction to data analysis for evaluation

Module 3 introduces data analysis for evaluation, covering understanding the profile of evaluation areas and basic analytical approaches.

Module 4: Analysis of programs strength and quality of care

Module 4 focuses on analyzing program strength and quality of care, including considerations on data structure, data quality, and examples of data analysis.

Module 5: Analyzing household survey for intervention coverage

Module 5 explores analyzing household survey data for intervention coverage, including creating coverage indicators and addressing confounding factors.

Module 6: Analyzing Impact Measures

Module 6 concentrates on analyzing impact measures, defining mortality measures, and measuring program mortality impact, including the Live Saved Tool.

Module 7: Equity Analysis

Module 7 delves into equity analysis, covering the definition and measurement of health inequities and assessing changes in inequity in program outcomes.

Module 8: Gender-Based Equity Analysis

Module 8 specifically addresses gender-based equity analysis, integrating gender into monitoring and evaluation tools and exploring gender-responsive indicators.

Module 9: Interpreting Evaluation Findings

Module 9 focuses on interpreting evaluation findings, including building blocks for interpreting results and developing key messages from the evaluation.

Final exam and special message from JHU-IIP team

Module 10 concludes the course with a special message and a final exam for those completing the specialization on Evaluating Large-scale Health Programs.

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