Monitoring and Evaluation
This section of the RBM toolbox is designed to provide users with a number of documents to help in different areas of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) for malaria control programs and projects.
These documents have been collected from a number of sources, and RBM would like to thank all the involved partners, especially the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention; the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Johns Hopkins University; the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine; Macro International; the Malaria Consortium; the Malaria Control and Evaluation Partnership in Africa (MACEPA), a program at PATH; the Malaria in Pregnancy Consortium Secretariat; MEASURE Evaluation; the RBM Partnership Secretariat; Tulane University; UNICEF; the United States Agency for International Development/President’s Malaria Initiative; the Swiss Tropical Institute; the World Bank; the World Health Organization (WHO); and the WHO Regional Office for Africa.
These documents include guidance notes, tools, templates, and examples and are categorized as follows:
- Monitoring and Evaluation Plan and Budget
- Monitoring and Evaluation Survey Tools
- Routine Health Information Systems (HMIS)
- Disease Surveillance
- Reporting and Quality Assurance
We encourage users to refer to the following websites for additional information on monitoring and evaluation:
- The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria
- President’s Malaria Initiative
- Measure DHS
- WHO/Global Malaria Programme: Monitoring and Evaluation
The RBM Monitoring and Evaluation Working Group website also provides valuable information on meetings and workshops, as well as links to the latest survey results—malaria indicator surveys (MIS), demographic and health surveys (DHS) and multiple cluster indicator surveys (MICS).