Director, Center for Health Information, Monitoring and Evaluation, International
Anne LaFond leads a strategy, technical assistance, and data practice at JSI that focuses on public health measurement, information system strengthening, and program design and implementation. She has been involved with global health monitoring, evaluation, and learning for 30 years. Anne was the senior evaluation advisor for the Innovations for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Initiative, and principal investigator for the African Routine Information System Essentials. She is a member of the board of advisors for the Design for Health community of practice; collaborates on MeasureD, a guide to integrate measurement and social design; and teaches monitoring and evaluation approaches to design students. Anne has a BA in comparative government and Arab studies from Georgetown University and an MSc in community health for developing countries from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.
Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: A Landscape Review
Measuring and Monitoring Adaptive Learning: An Overview
Methods and Benefits of Measuring Human-Centered Design in Global Health
A Theory of Change for Guiding the Integration of Human-Centered Design Into Global Health Programming
Improving the reporting of health research involving design: a proposed guideline
The Use of Design Thinking in MNCH Programs: A Case Study of the Care Community Hub (CCH) Pilot, Ghana
The Use of Design Thinking in MNCH Programs: A Case Study of the Essential Newborn Care Corps (ENCC) Pilot, Sierra Leone
The Use of Design Thinking in MNCH Programs: A Case Study of the Community Benefits Health (CBH) Pilot, Ghana
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