The COHESION team is happy to announce that we have finished the logic models / theory of change for the interventions in each country. Informed by the formative and co-creation research conducted in each country and globally in the last 2.5 years, the COHESION team has identified outcomes and impact goals, along with intervention activities in each setting. The results of the formative research suggested that the three countries (Mozambique, Nepal, and Peru), have a lot of the similarities. As a result, many of the intervention activities across countries are similar, such as the use of radio and flyers and capacity building. Using channels familiar and appreciated by stakeholders in each setting, interventions are then customized in their delivery.

In addition to behavioral outcomes, health outcomes, and their determinants, we show in these logic models which outcomes are related to the WHO Responsiveness Framework. In each country, stakeholders chose, through a co-creation and consultative process, which domains/elements of the Responsiveness Framework was most relevant and important. This is reflected in the logic models shown below and visually communicates, once again, how much synergy there across countries and how embedding activities into existing practices and acceptable channels should  improve health systems and community’s response to the burned of chronic conditions in their setting. We believe that the models can be scaled up and adapted to various similar settings with relative ease.

We have mapped the interventions to the expected outcomes, which forms our “Theory of Change”.

Mozambique

Nepal

Peru