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Background and Appendix Documents

A. Introduction to the MISP Process Evaluation

This introduction describes the MISP process evaluation’s history and objectives and acknowledges colleagues’ contributions to the resource over the years. It includes guidance on how to conduct the process evaluation, including seeking approval from an Institutional Review Board and collaboration with community review boards.

Introduction MISP Process Evaluation

B. Acronym List: MISP Process Evaluation

Acronyms used in the MISP Process Evaluation Tools are explained in this document.

Acronym List

C. Description of Tools and Analysis Guide: MISP Process Evaluation

This document provides an overview of the data collection methods and tools included in the MISP Process Evaluation Tools.

Description of Tools and Analysis Guide

These include:

Data Collection MethodMISP Process Evaluation Tool
Desk ReviewDesk Review Guide
Key Informant (KI) QuestionnaireKI Questionnaire for General Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH)
KI Questionnaire for Gender-Based Violence (GBV)
KI Questionnaire for HIV
Health Facility Assessment (HFA)Healthy Facility Assessment Tool
Focus Group Discussions (FGD)Female FGD Guide
Male FGD Guide
Sample Presentation Slides for the MISP Evaluation FGD Team Training
Field ObservationSee more information below
Additional ResourcesSample Consent and Assent Forms (for KIs, HFAs, and FGDs)
Sample Outline for Narrative Report
MISP Reference (Cheat Sheet)
MISP Conceptional Model / Logical Framework

D. MISP Reference (Cheat Sheet)

E. Conceptual Framework, MISP Implementation Logical Model: MISP Process Evaluation

This document describes a conceptual framework for the MISP process evaluation. The proposed logic model aligns the MISP objectives and activities with their targeted short- and medium-term outcomes and impacts. Reference this tool and the “MISP Reference (Cheat Sheet)” when planning for and implementing a MISP process evaluation.

Conceptual Framework, MISP Implementation Logical Model

Sexual and reproductive health services remain critical during COVID-19

IAWG members and partners are producing clinical and programmatic guidance, assessments, policy papers, and statements to ensure continued prioritization of sexual and reproductive health and rights throughout COVID-19 response in humanitarian settings.