Compliance with WHO Standards in Monitoring and Evaluating the COVID- 19 Pandemic in the Philippines and Vietnam (80071)

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This article is concerned with the compliance of the Philippines and Vietnam with regard to World Health Organization (WHO) standards in the monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the COVID-19 policies. Both quantitative and qualitative approaches were used in gathering the data. Methods included a survey conducted among 33 respondents involved in M&E activities in both countries as well as document analysis. The compliance levels in the Philippines is perceived to be moderately high to high. Respondents in Vietnam rated compliance at a very high level. However, the two countries still have gaps in their M&E systems and COVID-19 preventive activities to implement the set of ten standards from the WHO. Notably, frontline workers face challenges in the M&E of COVID-19 implementation. Recommendations are then proposed for the enhancement of the M&E of the COVID-19 policies and compliance with WHO.

Le Ha Ninh Bui, Centro Escolar University, Philippines

About the Presenter(s)
Ms Le Ha Ninh Bui is a University Doctoral Student at Centro Escolar University in Philippines

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Last updated: 2023-02-23 23:45:00