ME&A | Final Performance Evaluation of USAID/Georgia Sustaining Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Services Project (Sustain)
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Final Performance Evaluation of USAID/Georgia Sustaining Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Services Project (Sustain)

Final Performance Evaluation of USAID/Georgia Sustaining Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Services Project (Sustain)

ME&A is conducting the final performance evaluation of the Sustaining Family Planning and Maternal and Child Health Services Project (Sustain) for USAID/Georgia. An ME&A evaluation team is currently on location in Tbilisi and other Georgian cities to carry out its research.

Began in October 2009, Sustain was designed to meet critical maternal and health and family planning needs in Georgia while laying the foundation for long-term, sustainable family planning and maternal and neonatal health programs in the private sector.

The project focused on improving and sustaining earlier gains made in Georgia’s maternal, newborn, child, and reproductive health services. For the past five years, Sustain worked in public and private partnership with health care providers, insurers, and policy makers to improve the quality of care in each of these areas.
USAID will share the results of this final performance evaluation with the health community in Georgia and across the region.

Since 2010, ME&A has conducted more than 45 evaluations and assessments for USAID and the U.S. Department of State in over 25 countries worldwide.