Course on Monitoring and Evaluation for Malaria Program Managers
James P Grant School of Public Health (JPGSPH) recently signed an agreement with BRAC Health Programme for conducting courses on public Health Management, and Monitoring and Evaluation for Malaria Programme Managers from BRAC and its partner organizations. As part of activities, JPGSPH offered a course titled 'Monitoring and Evaluation for Malaria Program Managers', in partnership with BRAC Health Programme, BRAC Learning Division and icddr,b from 17 November, 2012 to 29 November,
2012. The course was attended by 23 participants (2 Female and 21 male) from the following 9 districts: Dhaka, Khangrachori, Moulobi-Bazar, Chittagong, Rangamati, Satkania, Bandarbon, Cox's Bazar and Sylhet. Participants included area M&E Officer, Sr. Program Specialist, Sr. Sector Specialist, Regional Manager, Sr. District Manager, District Manager and Medical Officer from BRAC and 5 partner organizations including VARD, Ekata, ACLAB, GHARONI and Mukti. The course was inaugurated on Saturday, 17 November, 2012 by Ms. Ismat Bhuiya, Director Programs, JPGSPH, BRAC University
A highly qualified resource pool of 12 resource persons from governmental, non-governmental, national and international organizations was developed. The course provided critical insight into health systems strengthening in light of Malaria programs, covering topics such as health systems requirements, health care financing and governance and leadership skills, Program Evaluation, Monitoring and Evaluation Plan etc.
The course ended on Thursday, 29 November, 2012 with a certificate giving ceremony. Dr. Timothy Grant Evans, Dean, JPGSPH, BRAC University. Prof. Be-Nazir Ahmed Director, Disease Control & Line Director, CDC, DGHS, MOHFW, Dhaka, Dr. Md. Akramul Islam, Associate Director, BRAC Health Programme, Ms. Ismat Bhuiya, Director Programs, JPGSPH, BRAC University and other personnel of GFATM-Malaria project of JPGSPH were attended the certificate giving ceremony.