The CQUIN Dashboard is a structured self-assessment tool that systematically describes the progress of national DSD scale-up initiatives. The tool can be used by policy makers to identify implementation gaps and facilitate decision-making. CQUIN supports semi-annual DSD Dashboard assessments in each of its network countries, to track progress, and to identify areas of common challenges.
CQUIN country teams have systematically described the maturity of their national DSD programs using the Dashboard, and presented their progress each year, most recently in country posters at the second annual CQUIN meeting in November 2018. This process has shown that most countries have made substantive progress towards developing supportive DSD policies, scale-up plans, guidelines, and training materials. Many countries have also improved the coordination of DSD services, and have developed standard operating protocols, job aides, and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools.
Read more key takeaways in the second annual meeting report