Notes taken by the researchers on the content of and interaction during the individual stakeholder discussions were summarized and a basic descriptive thematic analysis done for each stakeholder constituency (government, NGO and community representatives), exploring the contexts, mechanisms of change and outcomes as described above. The data were further thematically coded and analysed to identify commonalities and divergences between the stakeholder categories. Data sources, including workshop presentations, notes and outputs, as well as internal programme documents (visual data, social media posts, programme briefs and reports) and data were collated and reviewed by the researchers according to the four identified outcomes prioritized in this evaluation. Following data analysis, the researchers reviewed and revised the initial programme theory of change to reflect stakeholder perspectives as lived experiences from health service providers and users.

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