ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM EFFECTIVENESS
The Uganda Village Project (UVP) is a nonprofit organization that facilitates community health projects in rural Uganda by partnering with existing health infrastructure to provide education and preventative services for malaria, HIV/AIDS, water, sanitation, hygiene, and reproductive health. UVP engaged a team to analyze data from 2015 and 2020 program questionnaires, with a focus on UVP’s Malaria Program. The team also assessed outcome differences between intervention and control villages, interviewed stakeholders, analyzed UVP’s process documents, and conducted a literature review of other international malaria interventions. From this research, the team created a report that detailed the program’s outcomes and impacts, and outlined recommendations for program design, data collection, and the reallocation of program funds to meet UVP goals more effectively.