A Guide for Monitoring and Evaluating Population-Health-Environment Programs
lEvEl Of MEAsurEMEnT: Process.
dEfiniTiOn: This includes meetings, publications, coalitions, conferences, brochures, etc. Instances
should be listed and described according to which PHE sector addressed a different sector or sectors,
and on what topics (i.e., sector-specific or integration). Non-traditional audience means an audience
that is in another sector from the one in which the addressee typically works.
PurPOsE: Measuring this indicator will capture the instances where sectors attempt to communicate
outside of their traditional audiences. The cross-sectoral education effort is important to building links
between health and environment practitioners.
dATA sOurCEs: Project records, secondary records.
TiME frAME: Semi-annually, annually.
dATA COllECTiOn COnsidErATiOns: Using clearly defined terms in advance can reduce bias in
collecting this indicator. When those addressing the audience work in a multi-sectoral setting or when
the audience is multi-sectoral, this indicator may not give significant information. Its goal is to collect
information about audiences being addressed by organizations that have not traditionally worked in
a multi-sectoral setting.
sTrEnGTHs & liMiTATiOns: This is only a measure of the number of instances that the program
or project addresses non-traditional audiences. This indicator does not give information on the topics
covered. It is easy to collect as long as project records have a systematic form of recording the instances
in which the program or project is involved.
insTAnCEs Of POPulATiOn, HEAlTH, Or EnvirOnMEnT
OrGAnizATiOns AddrEssinG nOn-TrAdiTiOnAl AudiEnCEs