Refresher Training for PMA AGILE Quarter 2 Kicks Off


21st February 2018.ICRHK has today began a three day refresher course training for its 17 PMA Agile project resident enumerators drawn from Migori, Kericho and Uasin Gishu counties at Jarika County Lodge, Nakuru County, Kenya.

The objectives of the training is to review key take aways from quarter 1 of the  project data collection, review issues reported in the field during quarter 1, clarify questions and concerns on questionnaire content and offer solutions to concerns raised from public and private family planning delivery points.

ICRHK Country Director, Prof. Peter Gichangi is the lead facilitator of the training assisted by other members of the staff.

PMA Agile is a monitoring and evaluation system focused on the health facilities in the public and private sector that deliver contraception. It relies on mobile data collection methods to rapidly monitor family planning access in urban populations at the health system, client, population and spatial area levels. The global project identifies integratable data from government and non-governmental sources preferably at the service delivery point level.

ICRHK is the implementing organization in Kenya. The project began in October 2017 and runs up to 2019. The project is funded by Bill and Melinda Gates Institute for Population and Reproductive Health.