by Himanshu Negandhi, Preeti Negandhi, Sanjay P. Zodpey et al.
Front. Public Health, 23 June 2017

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The health systems in developing countries face challenges because of deficient monitoring and evaluation (M&E) capacity with respect to their knowledge, skills, and practices. Strengthening M&E training in public health education can help overcome the gaps in M&E capacity. There is a need to advance the teaching of M&E as a core element of public health education.

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