Increased Access to and Delivery of Quality Maternal and Child Health Care Services in Selected Areas in the Dominican Republic
USAID/Dominican Republic (DR) commissioned an external midterm evaluation (MTE), through the GH Tech Bridge Project, to evaluate implementation of the Mission’s Intermediate Results 4 (IR4), “Increased access to and delivery of quality maternal and child health care services in selected areas.” The aim of the evaluation was to assess the performance of USAID/DR in achieving “increased access to and delivery of quality maternal and child health care services in selected areas.” To achieve the intermediate result, USAID/DR is implementing health activities through the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Centers of Excellence (CoEx) project (2009– 2014) and the MCH Integrated Program (MCHIP) (2010-2012).
Funding agencies: USAID
Implementing institutions: GH Pro
Principal investigator: Eddy Pérez Then
CO-Principal investigator: Marija Miric
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