The first training in Khentii aimag was organized by MONFEMNET National Network within the framework of the sub-project “with the purpose of developing and testing a participatory oversight mechanism for tripartite primary health care performance contracting”.
Through this training, citizens learned how to monitor and evaluate the quality of care and services provided by their Family Health Center (FHCs), as well as the implementation of tripartite FHC performance agreements.
The training provided an overview of the Participatory Oversight Mechanism (POM) and the Citizens’ Scorecard (CScard) and the methodology for implementing it, in the future, citizens will assess the quality and availability of primary health care services using the CScard assessment methodology, and monitor the implementation of the tripartite FHC performance agreement.
The training participants, consisting of FHC doctors, nurses, Health Department specialists, FHC clients, and representatives of local civil society organizations, were divided into two teams POM and CScard to work on, the POM to monitor the implementation of the tripartite agreement and the CScard to evaluate the FHC services. The training was organized by the MONFEMNET National Network in cooperation with the Aimag’s Governor’s Office, the Department of Health and the Aimag’s Civil Society Organizations’ Networks on February 2-3, 2017 within the framework of the “Strengthening Social Accountability in Mongolia” project with the support of the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation and the World Bank.