PSI Angola has been implementing the Health for All project (HFA) since 2017, funded by USAID and the U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). In 2020, as part of HFA, PSI launched an innovative eLearning platform called Kassai to support capacity building of health workers in public facilities. In 2021, PSI conducted a cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) to compare the value for money of three training methods in Angola (in-classroom training, Kassai self-learning and Kassai blended learning) to inform policy, programming and investment decisions by the government, PSI and other development partners. This learning brief explains the methods used, presents key findings and suggests recommendations and next steps.
COST-EFFECTIVENESS ANALYSIS OF THREE METHODS TO TRAIN HEALTH WORKERS IN ANGOLA
- Resource Types: Analytics, Data
- Languages: English
- Population Served: Providers
- Practice Areas: Digital Health Solutions
- Countries: Angola
- Year: 2021