The World Health Organization (WHO) and its partners have developed programme reporting standards (PRS) to be used by sexual, reproductive, maternal, newborn, child and adolescent health (SRMNCAH) programmes, as existing reporting guidelines do not demand sufficient detail in the documentation of contextual and implementation issues.
The PRS checklist outlines key reporting items related to the design, context, development, implementation, and monitoring and evaluation processes of SRMNCAH programmes. These factors are central to understanding the processes and impacts of SRMNCAH programmes, in support of effective replication and scale-up of these efforts.
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The overarching goal of the PRS is to facilitate knowledge sharing within and between different programmes and sectors working to improve the health and well-being of individuals across the SRMNCAH continuum.
The PRS checklist can be used for reporting on the planning, implementation and monitoring and evaluation processes of SRMNCAH programmes. The PRS can be used throughout the life cycle of a programme, guiding not only the reporting of processes and outcomes but also the programme design and development. The PRS consists of 24 items across five sections: A. Programme overview B. Programme components and implementation C. Monitoring of implementation D. Evaluation and results E. SynthesisOpen the checklist