We are leading two subcomponents of the Malawi Education Sector Improvement Programme: developing a tablet-based app for zonal EMIS officers to monitor pupil and teacher enrolment, attendance and use of time, with automated reports to local and national government; and developing a two-way voice and SMS platform to enable the Ministry to communicate with and receive messages from community members on issues affecting education delivery in their area.
As part of DFID's Saving Lives in Sierra Leone programme, we are working with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation to further strengthen attendance monitoring of health workers, particularly at facility- and district-levels.
In partnership with the Ministry of Health, a mapping of partner activities in the health sector in South Sudan, a mapping of the information systems in use by various actors and a survey of a sample of health facilities covering clinical services, human resources, and public financial management.
Pilot project to roll-out a Human Resources Information System for teachers in two States of South Sudan
Working closely with the Ministry of Health and Sanitation, as well as other stakeholders in the Government of Sierra Leone, we are supporting the Human Resources for Health Directorate to strengthen its systems around payroll and attendance management, and to set up an accurate and complete health worker payroll database.
An evaluation of the efficacy and sustainability of Concern Worldwide's Health Institution Capacity Assessment Process (HICAP), a key method to engage with local governance structures around community health.