USAID/DCOF has engaged USAID-funded MEASURE Evaluation (MEval) to build on and reinforce current U.S. government programming on child care and protection in four countries: Armenia, Ghana, Moldova, and Uganda. MEval works globally to strengthen country capacity to gather, analyze, and use data for decision making to improve sector outcomes. The overall goal of this USAID/DCOF-funded activity is to intensify country leadership in advancing national efforts on behalf of children who lack adequate family care: that is, national care reform.
As a part of this learning and collaboration, MEval held a five-day workshop in London with representatives from each of the four countries. This report outlines the workshop sessions and provides highlights, key discussion points, and action items.