Appendix 1: Evaluation of the International Health Grants Program (2008–09 to 2012–13) – Project component logic model
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Appendix 1 presents the logic model for the project component of the International Health Grants Program. The logic model identifies four sets of activities: strategic planning, management and accountability; facilitating knowledge and information generation and uptake or use; collaborating on global health issues for policy and program development and implementation; and fostering a supportive environment.
The focus of activities are on current federal government priority global health issues, including HIV/AIDS, Tobacco and other priority global health issues, and on emerging priority global health issues.
The four outputs of the project component are:
- Information dissemination mechanisms: Dissemination mechanisms developed or selected and used.
- Knowledge and information: Knowledge and information on data collection methods, tools, templates and guidance materials; approaches, models and best practices; and policy evidence, options and advice;
- Collaborative networks with key partners and stakeholders on current and emerging priority global health issues; and
- Identified emerging priority global health issues, including key barriers to global health response and strategic/joint initiatives to address them.
The logic model depicts the immediate, intermediate and ultimate outcomes of the program.
There are three immediate outcomes expected as a result of dissemination mechanisms and knowledge and information outputs:
- increased awareness of current and emerging priority global health issues as well as approaches, models and best practices;
- increased knowledge and understanding of global health issues and Departmental priorities and of approaches, models, best practices (for Departmental priorities, International commitments/obligations); and
- adoption of knowledge and information, for example, approaches, models and best practices.
The two immediate outcomes expected as a result of collaborative networks with key partners and stakeholders and the identification of emerging priority global health issues are:
- improved collaboration on international responses to current and emerging priority global health issues and barriers; and
- decreased domestic or international barriers to addressing identified emerging federal government priority global health issues.
These five immediate outcomes are expected to contribute to two intermediate outcomes:
- strengthened or reinforced Government policies, programs, strategies, policy options on current and emerging priority global health issues; and
- improved international capacity or participation in addressing current and emerging priority global health issues.
The immediate and intermediate outcomes are expected to lead to the ultimate outcome of improved health outcomes for Canadians related to global health issues
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