For small, community projects, effective impact evaluation can be vital to ensure a project is meeting its goals, as well as helping to secure funding so that they can develop and grow. With this in mind, experts from Public Health England’s (PHE) e-Bug team recently volunteered their time to help support Stop Superbugs.
The Roll-back Antimicrobial (RBA) Initiative, our partner project in Tanzania, currently works in three school, helping educate around 120 children about superbugs and empowering them to bring that knowledge back to their families and communities. They have big plans to expand and hope to soon work with more children across the country, particularly those in difficult to reach rural areas. However, before they can do this, they need to make sure the project is effective.