3Goossenaerts, Jan. A multi-level monitoring & evaluation standard
exploring the option. Malle, Belgium 2010. Pragmeta Knowledge Clout
e-book 2010- 01
health system strengthening, dashboard, multi-level, actormap, problem mess, problem map, sub-Saharan Africa, enterprisearchitecture
health-care work system
” is consider
ed to consist of three action realms in which all stakeholders participate.
“HealthcareOperations” includes the operational activities such as treating patients,
educating potential health workers or performing medical researchwithin the health-care work system. In
the “Monitoring and Evaluation
health outcomes and the performances of actors are monitoredand evaluated. Under-
performance will trigger the “Change realm” to
design and implement changes within the two other realms. In supportof Global Health I
implementation plan components such as
“do more of what works,” “fostering stronger systems” and “collaboratefor impact” this report contributes:
A map of stakeholders and key public health-focused interactions,recognizing different levels in the social architecture;
A change approach that seeks to leverage enterprise architectureinsights in a multi-level socio-technical context,
A shared problem map as a collective resource for all public healthactors, as a basis for achieving sustained impact from projects.
Ideas on a monitoring and evaluation standard, as a basis for leanprograms.