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Discussion on pilot survey design for M&E in education and healthcare sectors

10.07.2009

Discussion on pilot survey design for M&E in education and healthcare sectors

Center for Economic Research in cooperation with the Ministry of Economy is implementing Health and Education Monitoring & Evaluation Capacity Building Project, which aims at assisting the Government in developing and implementing outcomes-orientated monitoring and evaluation approaches in the health and education sectors. The Project is supported by the World Bank within technical assistance to the process of formulation, monitoring and evaluation of Welfare Improvement Strategy of Uzbekistan 2008-2010 (WIS).

One of the key components of the Project is a pilot survey to test instruments developed for monitoring and evaluation of the WIS and to provide data to feed current policies in education and healthcare sectors. The survey methodology and questionnaire tools are developed by “Tahlil” center for social studies, and WIS Monitoring and Evaluation Unit, which is functioning under the Ministry of Economy.

On July 10, 2009 CER organized the discussion on pilot survey design for M&E in education and healthcare sectors. The meeting involved experts from the Government and main development partners, including the World Bank, Asian Development Bank, UNDP and UN agencies, USAID.

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