ResultsinHealth

Evidence, innovation, practice. These principles guide our solutions for persistent public health problems in the developing world. ResultsinHealth's vision is a world in which everyone lives in good health and has affordable access to health care.

ResultsinHealth operates as a social enterprise, providing tailor-made advisory services to clients in the field of public health. At the same time, we invest in developing novel concepts to achieve lasting health improvements in communities.

News and announcements

Training Participatory Video and Most Significant Change

09 January 2017

When a project, programme or organisation is faced with dynamic, ambiguous contexts, conventional monitoring and evaluation (M&E) may not be sufficient for measuring results. Integrating traditional designs with alternative and innovative M&E methods supports effective identification of all (intended and unintended) outcomes from the field.

To promote skill development in a variety of participatory and innovative M&E methods, ResultsinHealth is organising a series of trainings in April 2017.

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Successful training “Participatory Video/Most Significant Change”

10 November 2016

From 3 to 5 October, ResultsinHealth organised a 3-day training on the “Participatory Video/Most Significant Change” (PVMSC) technique in The Hague, the Netherlands. PVMSC is one of several new and exciting participatory Monitoring and Evaluation methods. Most Significant Change (MSC) expert Nur Hidayati and Participatory Video (PV) trainer Tessa Steenbergen facilitated this successful training.

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Effective Peer Support Programmes for HIV Positive Migrants

22 December 2015

ResultsinHealth has been asked to provide essential input on assessing the effectiveness and efficiency of two peer support projects for HIV positive migrants in the Netherlands. This support will feed into the design of a new multi-year anti-retroviral therapy (ART) adherence programme.

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