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Program Evaluations and Closeout Reports

This section is a clearinghouse of evaluations and final reports containing descriptions of AIHA’s partnership programs, cross-partnership initiatives, and other health systems strengthening projects.

Each report provides a detailed overview of key partners and stakeholders, goals and objectives, outcomes and impact, challenges and lessons learned, and other useful information highlighting our capacity building efforts since 1992.

Program Evaluation Reports

External Evaluations of AIHA Programs

  • USAID Assessment of the AIHA Program in Central Asia (2001)
    The assessment was commissioned by the USAID Central Asia Regional Mission and conducted by an independent consultant and a USAID/E&E Bureau senior public health expert over the course of two and a half weeks of field work and a week of analytical work.
  • Continuing Evaluation Panel (CEP) Mid-term Evaluation (2001)
    This report documents the findings and recommendations of an independent panel of seven distinguished academicians and researchers who spent a year conducting a comprehensive examination of AIHA’s partnership program. The panel assessed the sustainability and ongoing impact of graduated partnerships as well as the mid-term status of partnerships established since 1999.
  • Evaluation of the AIHA Partnership Program (1998)
    The evaluation team consisted of three core members, who visited partnerships in nine cities in the United States and eight countries, and three specialists, who carried out focused analytical work in the United States.

Assessments of AIHA Cross-partnership or Regional Programs

Individual Partnership Assessments

  • Self-assessment of Partnerships (1998)
    Consultants developed tools and guided partners in a year-long self-assessment effort. Objectives were to evaluate the impact of AIHA partnerships and draw conclusions and lessons learned, while building capacity among partners in the NIS and CEE to effectively monitor and manage their own programs.