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Monitoring and evaluation review the current

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Monitoring and Evaluation Review the current monitoring and evaluation framework in the context of AusAID’s guidance on Quality, Performance and Results and the Comprehensive Aid Policy Framework (CAPF). Comment on the degree to which the M&E Framework aligns with Government of Ethiopia indicators and contributes to targets and the extent to which HFE has made use of, and supported development of Ministry of Health monitoring mechanisms and capability. Assess whether sufficient improvements to the M&E Framework were made as requested following approval of AusAID funding in 2011. Assess the quantity and quality of available data and make recommendations to improve data collection, analysis and use. 65 As outlined in the HFE funding request to AusAID submitted 24 March 2011 AusAID Health Resource Facility 75 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 o Does data enable HFE to report on the effectiveness of its work and how it is contributing to meeting national targets, including how the impact of the prevention and awareness work? o Is data collected on prevalence and types of disability among patients at the facilities (eg mobility, vision impairment) to plan for future services for women with disabilities? Organisation and Management Structure Review the organisational and governance structure of HFE and make recommendations, as necessary, to improve effectiveness and performance to ensure sustainability of the organisation, not just financially but also in terms of organisational sustainability and quality of output and delivery of programs; Make recommendations on any actions that can be taken now that will increase the sustainability of HFE’s work. Advise whether there are any areas of the activity that are clearly not sustainable and what actions should be taken to address this. Identify any significant strengths and/or weaknesses in HFE’s organisational capacity, systems, policies and processes that might inform a risk management or due diligence assessment. Undertake a preliminary due diligence and risk assessment of HFE and HFIF. This assessment should draw on the AusAID NGO Accreditation Criteria. The purpose is to assess if assure the Australia Government is funding professional, well-managed, community-based organisations that are capable of delivering quality development outcomes. Note - these criteria are exhaustive and HFE, HFA and HFIF have not sought accreditation. For this reason, the criterion should be used as a guide only for this assessment. Provide advice on the expenditure of Australian Government funds invested with HFE and HFIF over the period January 2010 - December 2012 inclusive (as per clause 3.16, Agreement 45260). Advise on the appropriateness of governance arrangements of these entities.
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