Endline evaluation of Initiative to Improve Maternal Health with Social Determinants Approach


‘Accountable and Universal Basic Health Services’ is one of the envisioned programming areas under Oxfam India’s (OIN) strategy 2010-15. Oxfam India initiated the project ‘Improving Maternal Health’, towards fulfilling its commitment to provide ‘right to life with dignity for all’ during 2012 to 2015. Through this project, OIN attempts to bring long term changes in community perception regarding women’s reproductive health and enhance women’s access to essential maternal health services in six states of India-Rajasthan, Bihar, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh, Odisha and Maharashtra. After completion of this project, OIN undertook a endline evaluation with the objective to assess the impact made by this project by measuring the tangible milestones that the project envisaged to achieve. This learning note provide an opportunity to learn about an endline evaluation framework to assess the impact made and also to document which strategies worked well and why. 


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    Nov 2015

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    Oxfam India

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    MEL Learning Note

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