WELCOME TO THE EAJAHME, PUBLISHING HIGH QUALITY ARTICLES FOCUSING ON APPLIED EXPERIENCES OF MONITORING AND EVALUATION IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN AFRICA.
The journal will accept original, high quality articles focusing on applied experiences of monitoring and evaluation (M&E) in the health sector in Africa, with a particular focus on East Africa, as well as articles based on health-related M&E experiences from outside of Africa but which will provide useful comparative lessons. All EAJAHME articles will be freely available online.
Vol. 5 No. 5 (2021): The East African Journal of Applied Health Monitoring and Evaluation
We welcome you to Issue 5 of August 2021. We are pleased to present four notable articles,The contents of this issue are sure to be of interest to both researchers,policy makes,Investors, consultants and Health Practioners.
Use of Data in Health Planning Process:
Stories from Council Health Management Teams in TanzaniaAbstract Views : 30Download :19
Determinants of Male Partner Involvement in Antenatal and Postnatal Care in Bumula Sub-County, KenyaAbstract Views : 26Download :14
Factors Predisposing Children Aged 0-9 Years to Trachoma in Kirindon Division, Trans Mara Sub-County, KenyaAbstract Views : 18Download :0