Ethiopia Intervention Strategy for Improving the Community Health Supply Chain - Implementation and M&E Plan

Download this publicationSupply Chains for Community Case Management (SC4CCM) is a learning project that classifies proven, simple, affordable solutions to address the unique supply chain challenges of community health workers (CHWs). Working with government community case management (CCM) initiatives in Ethiopia, Malawi, and Rwanda, over 12-24 months SC4CCM established supply chain interventions to improve access to medicines so CHWs can treat common childhood illnesses like pneumonia, malaria, diarrhea, and malnutrition.

The document explains the implementation plan and M&E plan for the enactment of intervention strategies that will improve the community health supply chain in Ethiopia. It includes excerpts from the baseline assessment data, a description of the Theory of Change as a technical framework and as an M&E framework, the purpose and goal of the intervention strategies, JSI’s role in the implementation plan, and the M&E plan itself. This information can be useful for project managers and in-country stakeholders looking to implement other projects to improve supply chain practices in rural communities. SC4CCM/JSI, 2011.

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