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Measuring progress in community facilitation. Changing our point of view. Why do we measure progress? . What our experience in 35 countries tells us. Guyana. Belgium. Netherlands. Russia. Myanmar. Thailand. Senegal. Sierra Leone. Cambodia. Spain. Mali. Kenya. Indonesia.

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Whatourexperience in 35 countries tells us

Guyana

Belgium

Netherlands

Russia

Myanmar

Thailand

Senegal

Sierra Leone

Cambodia

Spain

Mali

Kenya

Indonesia

DR-Congo

Ethiopia

Uganda

Trinidad &

Tobago

Mozambique

Bangladesh

India

Barbados

Rwanda

Philippines

Solomon Islands

Bangladesh

Ukraine

Belarus

Zambia

Suriname

Burundi

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What

we have

learned

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“Wemeasureprogresstosatisfyourownneed. Wemeasure to check thatwe—the community—are moving in the direction and at the speed

thatwe have chosen.”

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“Measurement is an essential part

of every learning cycle”

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In order to learn from our experience so that we can do it better the next time.

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To be able to focus the effort thatwestillneed to maketo achieveour objective

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To celebrateourprogress!

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To be able to share

ourprogresswithothers.

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Our

starting point

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And who has the main responsibility for checking up

on the current state of yourhealth?

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So how wouldyoufeel if an external organisation wouldtakeresponsibility for measuring the progress of yourhealth? 

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Ownership by the communityitselffor itshealth and for monitoring itshealthisat the heart of the matter for us.

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At the level of faciltation and its delivery

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Atcommunitylevel

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At the level of facilitation and its delivery

  • Indicators to demonstrateprogress:
  • The number of communitiesthatdevelop and implementtheir action plan.
  • The number of communitiesthattransfertheirskills.
  • The number of facilitatorstrained.
  • The number of support team competent to organise and to implement a facilitatedprocess.
  • The number of staff in health zones whoown and practice SALT.
  • The number of operational meetings.
  • The number of organisations whoown and practice SALT.
  • Number of papers/knowledgeassetscirculated.
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At the level of facilitation and its delivery

  • Base line levels
  • Base line levelsare usually ‘zéro’ for the first ‘SALT’ project in an area.
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At the level of facilitation and its delivery

  • Targets
  • Partners to definebased on theirexperience.
  • Targetsrelated to the environment, externalfactors and risks to the project.
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At the level of facilitation and its delivery

  • Examples to demonstrateprogress:
  • Documentation par photo des plans d’action;
  • Système d’information local géré par la communauté;
  • Interviewes par vidéo sur actions et résultats;
  • Liste de participation
  • Auto-évaluations des facilitateurs
  • Auto-évaluation des équipes de soutien;
  • Rapports des visites, réunions, rencontres
  • Vérification des plan d’extension
  • Cartographie de transfert horizontale
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All of these are OURresponsability

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Atcommunitylevel

  • Indicators:
  • Eachcommunity identifies for itself 1-2 indicators for each of its 3 priority practices.
  • => Eachcommunitywilldecide for themselves and will have responsibility to measurebetween 3 and 6 indicators.
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Atcommunitylevel

  • Base line level
  • The communitydecidesupon and measures the base levels.
  • The base levels are illustrated by the level of the practise in the Self Assessmenttoday.
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2

At communitylevel

  • Targets
  • The communitydecidesupon and measures the base levels.
  • The targets are illustrated by the targetlevel of the Self Assessment for the practice.
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2

At communitylevel

  • Means of verification
  • The communitydecides how theywilldetermineprogress and theymake the measurements.
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We, as facilitators/partners

  • can use the experiences of othercommunitiesto inspire, but not to impose.
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All of theseare the responsability of the community.

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At communitylevel

  • Theycanadd the indicatorsthat are important for theirpurposes.
  • Theypropose theseindicatorsto the community to support theirownindicators
  • Theyoffertheir support to gatherthis information.
  • Theysharetheseindicatorsregularlywith the community.
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We acknowledge and accept.

2

We comply with the vaccination schedule.

6

We mobilise resources.

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For eachpriority practice, the community identifies :

  • targetlevel for the practice in the Self Assessment.
  • 1 or 2 indicators
  • the base level
  • the target for theirchosen time period
  • the means of verification
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We acknowledge and accept.

Base level: 3

Target level: 4

2

We comply with the vaccination schedule.

Base level: 1

Target level: 3

6

We mobilise resources.

Base level: 2

Target level: 4

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We acknowledge and accept.

Indicator:Number of parents whoagree to the vaccination of theirchildren/ Number of parents withchildren to bevaccinated.

2

We comply with the vaccination schedule.

Indicator:Number of parents whocomplywith the vaccination schedule/ Number of parents withchildren to bevaccinated.

6

We mobilise resources.

Indicator: Sum of money in the bankaccount to pay for the vaccination of children.

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We acknowledge and accept.

Moyens de vérification:

During the monthly meeting.

2

We comply with the vaccination schedule.

Moyens de vérification:

During the monthlymeeting.

6

We mobilise resources.

Moyens de vérification:

During the monthlymeeting and home visits

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UNICEF et the Health Districts measure (for example):

—the percentage of motherswithchildrenagedbetween 12 and 23 monthswho live within 5 kms (or a 1 hourwalk) of a vacccination station.

—the percentage of childrenagedbetween 12 and 23 monthswho have been completelyvaccinated.

—the percentage of childrenagedbetween12 and 23 monthswho havereceived DTC1/Penta1.

—the percentage of childrenagedbetween12 and 23 monthswho have received DTC3/Penta3.

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Through the use of thesemethods of verification:

  • Family enquiry LQAS
  • FOSA enquiry
  • Qualitative enquiry for SPP
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This information issharedregularly

with the community for 2 reasons:

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To stimulate an in-depth discussion during the next Self Assessmentbased on evidence

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To update the action and the plan to measureprogress by the community

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The communitybecomes more skillful, confident and strongevenafter the completion of the project

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And the communitywilltransfertheseskills

naturally to othercommunities.

Transfert horizontale à la troisième génération des communautés

Equipes de facilitation - Mbuji-Mayi

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Wemeasure the indicators for implementation

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DRC Competencewillbringtogether

the action plans, indicators and resultsatcommunitylevel

through photos, videos and other qualitative methods.

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And UNICEF and ESP willmeasure

the indicators of the study.

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Questions/

suggestions?

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