The HOPE worldwide Kenya Monitoring & Evaluation team works closely with other programs to regularly strengthen and report on the progress and achievements of the interventions.

A Baseline household survey was conducted by HWWK in collaboration with Emory University to assess the needs of children living in the Mukuru slums. The results are being used to inform the orphans and vulnerable children program and for future decision making.  

In response to the data quality gaps exposed during the Routine Data Quality Audit (RDQA) conducted in the second quarter, the M&E team is currently providing technical assistance to field staff to build their capacity in quality data collection, storage and reporting.

National reporting through the Community-Based Programme HIV and AIDS Activities Reporting (COBPAR) system has begun. A new user friendly service monitoring tool has been developed and will be piloted in the quarter. This improved tool will help generate longitudinal reports in the programs.

In order to measure the outcome of our interventions, mid-term evaluations through Knowledge, Attitude, Practice, and Behavior (KAPB) surveys have been conducted for the youth-targeted Abstinence and Being Faithful and Comprehensive Prevention Programs.

The results inform the programs on whether relevant and adequate value is being added to the communities that HWWK serves