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Unit Code: PBH702

Unit Name: Community Health Project Interventions

Description: This course is designed to developed strategies for Project Implementation on one prioritized issue, as identified in PBH701 and also to evaluate on the activities carried out in this project. In an orderly manner, students will be required to develop GANTT Chart (from a formulated Action Plan from PBH701), action plan for Intervention and at the same time identify risks with its management. Monitoring and Evaluation also plays a role in project implementations which is important for accountability purposes. However, the benefits of monitoring and evaluation are more wide-reaching than meeting accountability requirements. Monitoring and Evaluation is crucial for assessing the effect your programme/strategy has had within the local community, its cost effectiveness, whether you achieved what you expected, and identifying opportunities for improvement. This course will also focus on planning monitoring and evaluation programs incorporating M &E designs and tools. Students are expected to write M& E report at the end of this project and communicate findings of M&E to key stakeholders.

Learning Target Outcomes: On successful completion of this course, the students will be able to : 1. Develop project implementation proposal that is aligned to the prioritized health issue in PBH701. 2. Design Risk identification and management plan 3. Construct a Monitoring and Evaluation proposal and implementation plan 4. Organise and manage Implementation of the action plan to meet the prioritized health needs of the community 5. Appraise project implementation

Prerequisite: PBH701

Prerequisite Sentence: N/A

Credit Point: 30

Offered In: Semester 2