Tupime Kaunti

Speeches Shim

Kenya has made significant progress in devolving its health system, bringing management authority and resources closer to the communities served, empowering county health management teams, and fostering greater flexibility to meet local needs.  To support this shift, functioning outcome measurement, learning and accountability (MLA) systems at county level are essential.  However, the counties have inadequate capacity to regularly collect, analyze, and use data.

Tupime Kaunti is a USAID-funded program that contributes to the Kenya Health Sector Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Framework’s goal of one functional, sector-wide M&E system for improved decision-making, transparency, and accountability in health.  The program works with county governments to strengthen outcome MLA systems to provide quality data and synthesized information for planning, implementation, policy development, and decision-making.  Tupime Kaunti works in 12 counties, focusing its support on HIV; malaria; reproductive, maternal, newborn, child, and adolescent health; child protection; and COVID-19 programs.

Issuing Country 
Friday, March 12, 2021 - 10:30am

Last updated: March 18, 2021