Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of differentiated service delivery (DSD) is an important area of focus for the CQUIN network. The M&E Community of Practice (CoP) is a multi-country, virtual technical working group. It is dedicated to discussing and identifying common challenges, sharing best practices, and identifying gaps in M&E of DSD scale-up.
Membership is open to teams from all CQUIN network countries, and the CoP is currently comprised of M&E experts from Mozambique, Swaziland, Uganda, and Zimbabwe. The majority of CoP members are ministry of health (MOH) representatives with an interest in data and monitoring systems.
The CoP’s unique platform includes monthly teleconferences and ongoing discussion in a mobile chat forum. In 2017, representatives from Zimbabwe, Swaziland, and Uganda delivered presentations to the CoP on their country’s experience with M&E for DSD.