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Baseline Surveys and Regular Monitoring using Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS)
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A Manual for Participants and Teachers for Baseline Surveys and Regular Monitoring
Using LQAS for Assessing Field Programs in Community Health
NGO Networks for health, December 2001

"This manual is for community health program managers, field supervisors, and others who need to monitor and evaluate their programs. Most often people who have such a responsibility, also have to collect data as one of their tasks. The manual will aid them to train others in a simple and rapid method for collecting data to use for monitoring and evaluation of community health programs. It is called Lot Quality Assurance Sampling. LQAS has been used for about 75 years for industrial quality control purposes. But it has been adapted for community health practitioners to use over the past 15 years." (from the Introduction)

A Participant’s Manual (80 pages)

A Trainer's Guide (120 pages)





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