||These cover a broad array of indicators selected to document and measure understanding the scale up context, putting in place relevant licensing, and putting together staff and systems to execute the program.
||(1) Equipment procured, government licensing obtained & production hubs established.
||(1) The product passes quality control evaluation from a designated independent quality assurance auditor.
||(2) Workforce mobilized (production, human resources, sales, marketing).
||(2) Staff trained on product use and are able to demonstrate how to correctly use the MHM2 Innovative Product.
||These include indicators selected to document and measure the delivery of the program.
||(1) Deliver product effectively through identified channels.
||(1) Number of units of product manufactured per month; Number of units distributed by location [country/area] or vendor type.
||These include indicators selected to document and measure the immediate and intermediate effects of the program
||(1) Address negative social norms and barriers through sensitizing gatekeepers.
||(1) Number and type of individuals trained on debunking MHM myths and taboos
||These indicators are used to measure the goal of the program
||(1) Access to a quality and affordable menstrual product
||(1) Number of beneficiaries’ and groups reporting: Innovative MHM Product is available and accessible to them, by area