In Chad, for the health sector, two successive health sector support projects were evaluated in 2019. The methodological approach developed for this evaluation was "change" oriented, putting at the heart of the evaluation the perception of changes by the stakeholders and making the evaluation a process of learning and dialogue between the stakeholders.
The two projects aimed to reduce maternal, neonatal and infant mortality in the regions of N'Djaména, Logone Occidental and Ouaddaï by strengthening the capacity of the Ministry of Health and health facilities, training health personnel and financing care.
The macro-economic context was not favourable and did not allow the path of change envisaged by the programme to be fully followed. However, the PASST programme has contributed to many changes in health care practices and in the behaviour of the population with regard to health services. The project team should now seek to better valorise and sustain these changes.
on the same regionResearch documentpublished in November 2023Research documentpublished in November 2023Infographicspublished in November 2023Vidéopublished in October 2023Vidéopublished in September 2023Vidéopublished in September 2023
on the same topicInstitutional documentReviews and Activity Reportspublished in September 2023Vidéopublished in September 2023Research documentpublished in July 2023Vidéopublished in July 2023Vidéopublished in May 2023Institutional documentStrategy Documentspublished in April 2023
from the same collectionEvaluation documentEvaluation Summary - AFD’s interventions in the perennial crops sector: rubber outgrowerplantations projects phases IV and V (ROPP IV, ROPP V), Ghanapublished in November 2022Evaluation documentpublished in October 2022Evaluation documentpublished in June 2022Evaluation documentEvaluation Summary - Disaster Risk Management and Institutional Strengthening Programm (DRM-IS) in Philippinespublished in May 2022Evaluation documentpublished in May 2022Evaluation documentEvaluation Summary - AFD’s Fiscal Reform Development Policy Loan (DPL Fiscal) to the Government of Indonesiapublished in February 2022