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Efficiency – whether resources provided by Australia have been utilised in the most appropriate ways to achieve expected results and represent value for money. Sustainability – the extent to which the work of HFE is sustainable given the level of current funds available (including all sources), alignment with Ethiopian government health sector planning, anticipated future financing, capacity to adapt to changing needs, and management capabilities. AusAID Health Resource Facility 73 Managed by HLSP in association with IDSS
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AID and USAID Review of Support to Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia (Ethiopia) 31/05/2018 Services Order 230 Draft report Impact – assessment of the positive and/or negative changes (directly or indirectly, intended or unintended) produced by the Australian support. Added Value – the extent to which the program has added benefits to what might otherwise have been achieved by others. Cross Cutting Issues – including Gender Equality, Disability Inclusiveness and Environmental Protection. Risks – assessment of how successfully risks have been identified and managed, and whether there are any new risks emerging that need to be managed. Governance and Management Arrangements – are governance and management arrangements appropriate and effective? Should any changes be made? Does the program co-ordinate activities with the programs and interventions of others? How successful has this been? Monitoring and Evaluation – is an appropriate system in place which provides sufficient information and is being used to assess progress towards meeting objectives? Does the project design demonstrate robust program logic and clearly defined end-of-program outcomes? Learning and Analysis – the extent to HFE’s programs are based on learning and analysis and how learning is disseminated. Coherence – the extent to which the program is consistent with / complementary to other AusAID investments in MNCH in Ethiopia and those of other organisations – government and non-government. Scope Context Analyse the problem of fistula (obstetric and other fistula) in Ethiopia including the current scale of the problem, estimates of future prevalence and incidence; current efforts to prevent and treat fistula, including government and non-government organisations and likely future requirements. This analysis should be attached as an Annex to the main report. USAID shall field the technical assistance required to undertake the substantive part of this work which will ideally be undertaken in advance of and feed into the main review. Separate, but closely linked, terms of reference will guide this part of the review. Document the contributions that AusAID and USAID support have made to the work of HFE and comment on the appropriateness of the levels and types of support.
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