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PROGRAM MANAGEMENT

2.Definition
3.Rationale
4.Functions of Management
5.Styles of Management
6.Principles of Management
7.Administrative Functions
8.The Planning Process
THE PLANNING PROCESS
2. Health Situational
Analysis
3. Objective Setting
4. Strategy Identification
and Prioritization
5. Activity Setting
6. Plan for Evaluation
7. Budget
THE PLANNING PROCESS
• Health Situational
Analysis
• Objective Setting
• Strategy Identification
and Prioritization
• Activity Setting
• Plan for Evaluation
• Budget
EVALUATION

1. A judgement process that


concludes whether a program
was able to achieve the
purpose for which it was
formulated and what should
beJudgement
done with process
it
Basis for future action
EVALUATION
2. Types:
QUESTI ONS
TYPE WHEN DONE
ADDRESSED

Creative/ Relevance
Planning
Formulative Adequacy
Formative/
During Progress
Process
implementation Efficiency
(Monitoring)
After Effect
Summative
implementation I mpact
FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE
EVALUATION EVALUATION
While the program/project At the end of the
When done activities are forming or program/project activities
happening
Process Outcome
Focus • Progress • Effect short-term
• Efficiency • Impact long-term
– To determine – To find out the extent to
improvements and which objectives were
adjustments needed to achieved.
Objectives attain the program/ project – To decide whether a
objectives program/project or any of
its parts should be
revised, continued, or
terminated.
FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE
EVALUATION EVALUATION
1. Scientific- experimental models
• Cost- effectiveness
• Cost- benefit

• Management-oriented systems models


• CIPP (Context, Input, Process, Product)
Strategies • PERT (Program Evaluation and Review Technique)
• CPM (Critical Path Method)

• Qualitative anthropological models

• Participant- oriented models


• Client- centered approaches
FORMATIVE SUMMATIVE
EVALUATION EVALUATION
How is the program/project What are the results of the
Main being implemented? program/project?
questions Is the program/project being
implemented as intended?
1. What activities are carried 1. What do the people do/
out? know differently as a
2. Who actually carries out result of the program/
the activities? project?
Sample 3. How well are the activities 2. Are the participants
questions carried out? satisfied with what they
4. Are the activities carried gained from the program/
out on time? project?
5. Are the financial and staff
resources adequate?
Evaluatio
n
Risk Reduction Objective
To increase the proportion
of mothers in Bgy X with
appropriate knowledge on weaning
and nutrition from 40 to 80% in 1
month
Evaluatio
n
Strategy: Conduct of small group
discussion sessions

Process/Formative Evaluation:
Number of SGDs conducted

Number of mothers who


attended
Number of training kits
distributed
AS COMPARED TO THE PLAN
Time of conduct of activities
Evaluatio
n
AS COMPARED TO THE PLAN
Plan Process Evaluation
Indicators
10 SGDs will be Actual number of SGDs
conducted conducted
20 of the 25 mothers Actual number of
should attend 80% mothers who attended
of the classes the SGDs and number of
sessions attended
20 training kits will Actual
be distributed number of training kits
20 training kits distributed
should have been Actual time of delivery of
delivered by the training kits
2nd month
Evaluatio
n
Strategy: Conduct of small group
discussion sessions
Summative Evaluation:
Actual increase in proportion
of mothers with appropriate
knowledge regarding weaning and
nutrition
AS COMPARED TO THE PLAN
Evaluatio
n
AS COMPARED TO THE PLAN
Summative Evaluation
Plan Indicators
Effect:
The number of Actual increase in the
mothers with proportion of mothers
appropriate with appropriate
knowledge will knowledge on weaning
increase from and nutrition
40- 80%
Impact:

Decrease in the
prevalence of
malnutrition
PROGRAM MANAGEMENT
2.Definition
3.Rationale
4.Functions of Management
5.Styles of Management
6.Principles of Management
7.Administrative Functions
8.The Planning Process
THE PLANNING PROCESS
2. Health Situational
Analysis
3. Objective Setting
4. Strategy Identification
and Prioritization
5. Activity Setting
6. Plan for Evaluation
7. Budget