DHIS2: It’s Not Just About the Software

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NPOKI Connecting the DotsOn September 10, Martha McGuire & Dr. Gillian Kerr led a webinar on DHIS2 for nonprofits – a special thanks to NPOKI for hosting this online event.

Monitoring and evaluation systems often fail: they go wildly over budget, or over schedule, or don’t deliver what they promised, or all three. Yet funders expect nonprofits – even small ones – to evaluate their programs as though it’s a simple task. Why are M&E systems so difficult to implement? And how can we make them less expensive and more useful?

LogicalOutcomes, a Canadian non-profit organization that provides evaluation and consulting to support collective impact, was recently tasked with identifying software that might have a decent chance of success for a large NGO. They carried out interviews with over a dozen international NGOs, reviewed the literature on performance management, and compared about 30 software programs.

In this webinar, we’ll share findings:

  • What nonprofits want from monitoring and evaluation software, and why they don’t usually get it.
  • Why DHIS2 may be the best choice for the nonprofit sector.
  • How DHIS2 can be used to build a common evaluation platform for nonprofit services.

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Since 2013, we’ve been helping organizations to assess and improve their programming for positive social change. We provide expert evaluation consulting. We build secure, affordable evaluation systems using open source technology.