MamaYe – Social Return on Investment analysis

Nigeria

The Project

Started in 2012, E4A – MamaYe has used a combination of evidence and advocacy to drive accountability for maternal and newborn outcomes. E4A-MamaYe acts as a catalyst for action, using evidence strategically to generate political commitment, strengthen accountability and improve planning and decision making at sub-national and national levels.

In Nigeria, E4A-MamaYe supports the implementation of Maternal Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response (MPDSR) in three stated and supports accountability mechanisms to ensure the use of findings from MPDSRs to guide advocacy and drive action to improve quality of care.

LAMP designed a study protocol for a social return on investment analysis on the digitisation of the Maternal Perinatal Death Surveillance and Response system in Nigeria.

Highlights

  • The timing of the study and the interest and input from the client meant the findings from our work truly informed programme implementation
  • Working with an SROI expert brought new skills and experience to the team

Client Testimonial

LAMP were adaptive and flexible in the way they approached the study: responding to the needs of the programme and providing tailored and useful insights that informed the future of the work. In particular, LAMP were always forthcoming with insights they felt could be of immediate use to the programme – something that was very much appreciated as an implementer!

- M&E Advisor, MamaYe

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