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Summary of Experiences

ABH has more than ten years of experience of operational researches and other consultancy works, capacity building of federal and regional government in Ethiopia in the areas of emergency health planning, monitoring, mentoring, coordination, research and logistics and in areas of short term training, operational researches and other consultancy works.

Summary of Similar Experiences indicated below.

S.N Client,Contract No & Contact Information Project Title, Description
1 UNICEF Ethiopia/UNFPA Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Development of M&E Plan for Right-based Approach to Adolescent and Youth Development in Ethiopia phase III (2018 -2021) and phase-out sustainability strategy, including capacity building on coordination, planning and monitoring of implementing partners (IP) - on-going

This phase III Joint Program is a follow up of two previous programs focused on most vulnerable segment of the adolescent and youth population and the aim of the consultancy is to prepare an M&E Plan to collect harmonized integrated data regarding the implementation of the program.

2 UNICEF Ethiopia Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Telephone-0911 967786 (Contact person)e-mail-aameha@unicef.org

Endline Evaluation of FMOH/UNICEF/KOICA Project in 4 zones in Oromia and SNNP Regions [household and health facility survey]– on going

The aim of the endline evaluation is to determine the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and adherence to gender equity and humanitarian principles of the program in the implemented zones in the two regions. This is a household and health facility based survey involving children and caregivers and health workers. ABH is responsible for the design and conduct of the survey as well as report writing.

3 UNICEF Ethiopia/UNFPA Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Baseline vaccination coverage survey in five selected zones of Oromia and Amhara regions and an end line vaccination coverage survey in the same areas 14 months later as part of a routine vaccination intervention project [household and health facility survey]- on-going

This is an interventional study aimed at examining the benefits of health worker education and a different sized measles containing vaccine vial on routine measles vaccination coverage in Ethiopia. The study is designed as cluster randomized controlled trial (cRCT), with three study groups: 1) health workers will be trained to open a measles vaccine vial for any eligible child who presents for vaccination, and the usual 10-dose measles vial will be used; 2) health workers will be trained to open a measles vaccine vial for any eligible child who presents for vaccination, and the usual 10-dose measles vial will be switched to a 5-dose measles vial; and 3) a control group, where the current standard of practice for measles vaccination using 10 dose vial will continue. ABH is responsible to conduct data collection for the baseline and endline vaccination survey.

4 USAID/ Challenge TB Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Contact Person: Dr. Deu Jerene, djerene@msh.org

KAP Assessment towards Tuberculosis Challenge TB Project

The objectives of the assessment are the following: i. Assess the KAP related with TB and identify gaps in TB related knowledge, and common misconceptions related to TB among the general population, current/recent TB patients, and families of current TB patients ii. Understand perceptions and attitudes of the general population and family members of TB patients in relation to TB, including stigmatizing or supportive attitudes toward people with TB iii. Identify barriers that interfere with and factors that contribute to prompt TB related ealth‐seeking practices. iv. Describe the perspectives of health care workers, including health extension workers (HEWs), towards TB related knowledge, attitude, misconceptions, stigma and health seeking behavior of the population, TB patients and their families v. Describe the TB related ACSM and counseling approaches employed in the health facilities or community levels and explore ACSM opportunities in the field vi. Compare KAP on TB between regions with different level of project implementation and sociocultural settings. ABH has secured ethical approval for this multi-region study from the Ministry of Science and Technology and in the final stage of preparation for field data collection.

5 UNICEF Ethiopia Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Telephone-0911 967786 (Contact person) e-mail-aameha@unicef.org

Baseline survey and establish benchmarks for project evaluation in selected key MNCH indictors for UNICEF-KOICA MNCH project in selected 4 intervention zones Oromia and SNNP regions. 2017

The baseline survey was conducted in 3 zones of SNNP Region and one zone of Oromia Region. The objectives of the baseline survey were to assess the awareness and knowledge of mothers on MNCH services, assess the utilization of MNCH services, assess the quality of MNCH services, and identify the critical challenges of using MNCH services

6 USAID Ethiopia Address: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia Telephone-251 111306704 Contact person: Mr. Gebeyehu Abelti e-mail-gabelti@usaid.gov

Yekokeb Berhan Program for Highly Vulnerable Children in Ethiopia: End line Evaluation. 2017

The purpose of the evaluation was to analyze the effectiveness of the activities’ systems strengthening approach to improve access to quality services and health outcomes for HVC and their families

7 USAID/Ethiopia Office of Acquisition & Assistance P.O.Box 1014 Addis Ababa Ethiopia AID-663-o-15-00048 Telephone-251 111306704 Contact person: Mr. Gebeyehu Abelti e-mail-gabelti@usaid.gov

Analysis of Areas of Greatest Impact for Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child health (RMNCH) July 2015 – ongoing

The purpose of this study is to provide illustration of RMNCH status in Ethiopia by woreda and show where the majority of the burden is related to morality, morbidity and other indicators pertinent through spatial analysis of 15 selected RMNCH indicators. ABH is responsible for the design and conduct of the research including recruiting and training of data specialists, field deployment, data management and report writing.

8 WHO- Ethiopia WHO Global Service Center UNECA Compound, Addis Ababa Ethiopia ETH/PROC-S/091/2016 Contact:Dr.Gebre Asmamaw WHO/NPO M&E,Email: asmamawlakewg@who.int dr.gebre2013@yahoo.com Phone No.+251923983552

Independent Monitoring of Polio SIAS August 2016 – August 2018

The main purpose of the intra and post campaign independent monitoring of Polio SIAs is to provide an assessment of performance of measles-polio NIDs campaign to improve quality and ensure that no child is missed with measles-polio vaccine. In collaboration with WHO, ABH undertook the responsibility of recruiting, training and deploying 144 independent monitors and 31 supervisors to 142 woredas in all regions of Ethiopia, except Somali region. In addition ABH has hired and deployed 31 vehicles to these woredas. ABH has successfully delivered all the independent monitoring data to the regional WHO offices on time.

9 WHO- Ethiopia WHO Global Service Center UNECA Cpd, Addis Ababa Ethiopia Purchase Order- 201475526 Contact:Dr.Gebre Asmamaw WHO/NPO M&E,Email: asmamawlakewg@who.int dr.gebre2013@yahoo.com Phone No.+251923983552

Independent Monitoring of Polio and Measles Integrated Nationwide campaign, April – May 2016

The main purpose of the intra and post campaign independent monitoring of supplemental polio and measles immunization activity is to provide an assessment of performance of measles-polio NIDs campaign to improve quality and ensure that no child is missed with measles-polio vaccine. In collaboration with Debre Tabor University and WHO, ABH undertook the responsibility of recruiting, training and deploying 582 independent monitors, 139 supervisors, 59 data clerks, to 582 woredas in all regions of Ethiopia, except Somali region. In addition ABH has hired and deployed 139 vehicles to these woredas. ABH has successfully delivered all the independent monitoring data to the regional WHO offices on time.

10 WHO- Ethiopia WHO Global Service Center UNECA Compound, Addis Ababa Ethiopia Contact:Dr.Gebre Asmamaw WHO/NPO M&E,Email: asmamawlakewg@who.int dr.gebre2013@yahoo.com Phone No.+251923983552

Independent Monitoring of Polio SIAS February 2016 and March 2016 (Two rounds)

The main purpose of these two rounds of intra and post campaign independent monitoring of Polio SIAs is to provide an assessment of performance of measles-polio NIDs campaign to improve quality and ensure that no child is missed with measles-polio vaccine. In collaboration with WHO, ABH undertook the responsibility of recruiting, training and deploying 288 independent monitors and 62 supervisors to 144 woredas in all regions of Ethiopia, except Somali region. In addition ABH has hired and deployed 62 vehicles to these woredas. ABH has successfully delivered all the independent monitoring data to the regional WHO offices on time.

 

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