Evaluation 2020

Evaluating Global Health Leadership Programs 

10-23-2020 14:22

The tragic unfolding of the Covid-19 pandemic demonstrates that leadership, management and evidence-based policy are as critical to ensuring public health as are medical and technical training. Addressing these types of global health challenges does not require merely finding new ways of addressing disease, but requires leaders with the political will, administrative know-how and technical capacity to design resilient systems for public health financing and delivery. 

While it may be obvious that leadership matters for organizational performance, what is less clear are the mechanisms through which we can build and nurture leaders, and how training programs focused on individuals can result in system-level change. Leadership and capacity building training are often treated as a ‘black box.’ This poster presents theories of change, evaluation frameworks and results from two leadership programs aimed at supporting emerging leaders in global public health.

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The WomenLift Health and the International Program in Public Health Leadership (IPPHL) describe their theories of change, evaluation frameworks and common challenges to evaluation of their programs.