Output monitoring

Output is the achievement obtained through utilising resources. It is the extent to which you have delivered the planned services, for example the number of people who have received your health education messages. Output monitoring involves checking whether the resources that you have utilised for your health education activities have brought about the desired results (Figure 15.7).

A diagram representing the inputs to a health education activity which must be justified in terms of the output they achieve.

Figure 15.7 The inputs to a health education activity must be justified in terms of the output they achieve.
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