Impact Evaluation of Approaches to Strengthen Health Facility Operation and Management Committees in Nepal

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Improving Gender and Social Inclusion in NepalThis baseline report is a product of a partnership to design, implement, and evaluate a scalable capacity strengthening intervention for Health Facility Operation and Management Committees (HFOMCs) in Nepal to ensure issues related to gender and social inclusion (GESI) are addressed as part of the delivery of quality government health services in maternal, newborn, and child health, as well as family planning services. The Gender, Policy, and Measurement Program (GPM), implemented by the Health Policy Project (HPP) and MEASURE Evaluation, partnered with Suaahara, a community-focused program dedicated to improving the health of pregnant and lactating women and children less than two years of age. Suaahara and GPM are integrating GESI and community participation components into existing government of Nepal guidelines, processes, and training for HFOMCs. The Strengthening HFOMCs through a Community Engagement Approach project includes two capacity strengthening approaches to be evaluated.

The aim of the evaluation is to understand the…

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