To facilitate a standardized approach to assessing the MISP, the Women’s Refugee Commission led a three-year, inter-agency initiative to develop comprehensive tools for undertaking a MISP assessment ideally within the first three months following the onset of a humanitarian emergency.
The initiative was comprised of representatives from Boston University School of Public Health, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Johns Hopkins University, the United Nations Population Fund and the Women’s Refugee Commission with support from IPPF’s Sexual and Reproductive Health Programme in Crisis and Post-Crisis Situations (SPRINT) Initiative.
The Full Package of Process Evaluation Tools Includes:
- Introduction and acknowledgements
- Descriptions of MISP process evaluation tools and analysis guidance
- Literature review guide and indicator list
- Key informant interview (KII) tools and indicator lists, including those unique to:
- Health facility assessment (HFA) tool and indicator list
- Focus group discussion (FGD) guides and indicator lists for:
- List of MISP objectives and matching questions
- Conceptual framework for MISP implementation
- Conceptual framework using CSPro for HFAs and KIIs (CSPro manual and data entry forms)
- Sample consent form for FGDs
- Sample sample PowerPoint presentation for the MISP evaluation team training