This report summarises findings from an evaluation of a Maternal and Child Health Video Training course in Ondo state, Nigeria. Using an educational app loaded onto tablets, frontline health workers could access locally-appropriate film content from Medical Aid Films as part of a 10 week training programme.
This report summarises findings from a feasibility study of their Nyangezi Maternal Health pilot intervention, where Medical Aid Films content was integrated into their health education and promotional work.
In 2012, Medical Aid Films worked with Chitambo Hospital in eastern Zambia to run film screenings at biweekly antenatal care clinics and during monthly outreach sessions at rural health posts. This report outlines the findings from the monitoring and evaluation aspect of the project.
The 2016 Annual Survey is our first ever electronic survey focusing on the ‘reach’ and the ‘use’ of our films. The survey is part of our M&E framework – Medical Aid Films’ systematic approach to evaluation and learning – and gives an insight into our wider constituency of engaged film users.