Health care Monitoring and Evaluation

Course Description and Objectives
There is an increasing demand for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) experts in the labor market, this is evidenced by the ever-growing job descriptions and advertisements that specifically seek professional M&E practitioners. However, the growing demand for the experts is not being matched by the right skills required for the position, as most of the M&E officers train on the job. This Healthcare Monitoring and Evaluation program is designed to strengthen the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of health by governments, the global health initiatives including; Centres for Disease Control (CDC), The Global Fund, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), The Department for International Development (DFID), UKAID of the United Kingdom Government, civil society and non-government organizations as well as development partners in Sub-Saharan Africa.
The knowledge, skills, and competencies gained in the program can be applied in global health practice. The program is intended to provide learners with the knowledge to conceptualize logical framework, develop M&E indicators, monitoring systems and programs, develop evaluation plans for programs and policies, conduct research and evaluations and advocate for the utilization of M&E results for evidence-based decision making in the health sector.

The objectives
of this course are to enhance specific healthcare monitoring and evaluation competencies which are:
  • Ability to conceptualize the theory of change to develop a results chain
  • Ability to develop organization performance indicators
  • Ability to develop and apply the different M&E methods and techniques to track organization performance
  • Ability to establish and manage an M&E system
  • Ability to conceptualize and undertake relevant M&E activities
At the end of each module, you will have a short test and at the end of the program, you will be expected to design a healthcare project or identify and evaluate a healthcare project. A PowerPoint presentation will be the major mode of lecture transmission.

Content Areas

  1. Monitoring and Evaluation Principles and Perspectives
  2. Monitoring and Evaluation Tools and Frameworks
  3. Impact Evaluation Theory and Practices
  4. Monitoring and Evaluation in the Health Sector
  5. Consultancy Skills Development


This course is Online
  • This is a certificate course that can be completed online in 6 weeks. 


The course is intended for health professionals across national and regional levels, Monitoring & Evaluation professionals and advisors involved with the implementation of projects and /or programs at national, regional, and local government levels will specifically benefit from attending this program.

The program will also benefit officers in government, non-governmental organizations, the private sector, and all national and sub-national level institutional with interest in Healthcare M & E matters. Those who wish to build their academic career in the evaluation as lecturers will find this course as a very important foundational step. Participants can access the course at any time of the day and from anywhere with internet access. Upon completion of the program, graduates will be eligible for Healthcare Monitoring & Evaluation Certificate from Clarke International University.


  • UGX 500,000/-
  • USD 135

Facilitator's Profile


I am a results-oriented Public Health Specialist with a background in Monitoring and Evaluation plus orthopedic medicine. I have 6 years of experience in Health Education and Research; coordinating and implementing community research projects in rural and vulnerable communities such as slums and conflict emergency settings in Uganda on behalf of CIU. I have 2 years of experience in consultancy in healthcare-related projects; specifically working as an independent consultant at Adroit Consult International.

I have been part of teams that have led interdisciplinary research projects involving ministerial-level policy decisions and grass-root initiatives, specifically handling data management, analysis, and report writing. As a community engagement coordinator at CIU, I have established internal and external partners, mobilized funds, trained volunteers in data collection, management, and interpretation of research findings. 

As a lecturer, teaching bachelor and Masters level students; I have impacted monitoring and evaluation knowledge and skills to next generation researchers that have translated to practical skills and Projects in communities in low developing countries such as Uganda, Somalia, Eritrea, South Sudan, and Nigeria. 

I have a special interest in public health programs geared at improving M&E functions in voluntary, private, and governmental agencies. I am interested in contributing to the extensive use of statistics and then translate the statistical analytical skills and knowledge into highly effective reporting systems at local, national, and international levels. I am also interested in improving the functionality and decision making at ministerial levels through promoting an effective gathering of valid data and ethical use of that data.