- About Measure Evaluation
The USAID-funded MEASURE Evaluation project in Phase IV has a mandate to strengthen health systems in low-resource settings. Strong health systems are able to gather, interpret, and use data to maximize health program impact. Strong health information systems are a crucial element in overall health systems and, therefore, a critical factor in achieving better health for people. MEASURE Evaluation has worked in this arena for over 20 years, assisting countries in the systematic collection and analysis of evidence about health program performance and impact. Our work builds in-country capacity and accountability for moving toward the key global priorities of an AIDS-free generation and ending preventable child and maternal deaths (EPCMD).
We enable countries to safeguard public health and improve lives by strengthening their capacity to generate and use high-quality health information to make evidence-based strategic decisions at local, subregional, and national levels. Find out more and watch a video presentation from the project director.
Mission and Values
MEASURE Evaluation provides technical leadership through collaboration with multiple stakeholders to strengthen health systems in order to achieve better health outcomes. Read here about our values and systems thinking.
MEASURE Evaluation is a cooperative agreement awarded by the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) to the Carolina Population Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and five partner organizations: Futures Group, ICF International, John Snow Inc., Management Sciences for Health, and Tulane University.
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