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Planning an Integrated Agriculture and Health Program and Designing its Evaluation: Experience from Western Kenya

In response to persistently poor maternal, newborn and child health indicators in low income countries, governments, non-governmental organizations and international donors have intensified the call for multi-sectoral interventions. These interventions require a new level of coordination between diverging goals, stakeholders, and evaluation. This paper aims to outline the multiple steps involved in planning a multi-sectoral program. It describes the authors’ approach to monitoring and evaluation, and it reflects on experiences in implementing the program and its evaluation.

Cole, D.C., Levin, C., Loechl, C., Thiele, G., Grant, F., Girard, A.W., Sindi, K. and Low, J. Evaluation and Program Planning (2016). Vol. 56. 11-22.