USAID 4betterhealth mid-term evaluation activity


In the realm of international development, the mid-term evaluation of USAID programs marks a crucial milestone. Recently, as part of this comprehensive assessment, USAID had the unique opportunity to connect with caregivers and case workers, now recognized as Community Health Promoters (CHP), within the USAID 4BetterHealth program.

Meeting Caregivers and Community Health Promoters:

At the core of the mid-term evaluation was the engagement with caregivers and community health promoters associated with USAID 4BetterHealth. These individuals play a pivotal role in bridging the gap between healthcare providers and the communities they serve. The visit aimed not only to understand their experiences but also to acknowledge their tireless efforts in promoting the health and well-being of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC).

Connecting with Caregivers:

The session provided a platform for open dialogue with caregivers, offering an intimate look into their daily challenges and triumphs. From discussing the intricacies of OVC care to exploring the community dynamics that shape their work, the evaluation sought to gain a holistic understanding of the case workers’ role in the 4BetterHealth initiative.

Insights from Community Health Promoters:

The mid-term evaluation also involved in-depth conversations with community health promoters, who act as key liaisons between USAID 4BetterHealth, healthcare programs, and the community at large. Their perspectives offered valuable insights into the unique needs and challenges faced by communities, allowing for a more nuanced assessment of the program’s impact.


The mid-term evaluation of USAID programs reaffirms the transformative power of community-centric health initiatives. By engaging with caregivers and community health promoters, USAID not only evaluates the impact of its programs but also fosters a collaborative and empowering approach to the USAID 4BetterHealth program. The journey continues, guided by the commitment to creating healthier, more stable, and educated households, fostering resilient communities.