Measuring Success of a Continuing-Client Strategy

This tool offers program managers a quick reference to measure how well a continuing-client strategy is succeeding. It includes 24 key indicators organized into three areas: program readiness, quality of care, and reproductive health outcomes. By measuring these indicators, managers can track changes in program performance and fine-tune operations as needed to achieve the objectives of a continuing-client strategy.
 

Year: 
2007
Organization: 
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health,Center for Communication Programs,The INFO Project
Languages: 
English