Participants will be taught the importance of evidence-based public health and how to use health data, interpret the data, use the data for planning and for evaluation. The critical importance of how to strategically monitor and evaluate all programmes and systems, as well as how practical leadership requires in-depth knowledge of how to use review systems for forward planning. The use of knowledge management modalities will be used in health planning and participants will be required to design a Monitoring and Evaluation system that can be used at their workplace for better results in healthcare delivery.
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