The level of engagement and responsiveness of young and adolescents in Kenya who are effectively engaging in provisions of health is a critical component to general health outcomes. Conceptualized as a result of the outcomes of the FAYA Project, The Scorecard works to provide a data-based representation of how healthcare provision and access are meeting the national and county healthcare-centric objectives. Data flows through Scorecard based on a defined frequency. Transactional data is provided, where it is transformed through representative analysis using appropriate tools. The system displays analysis results to direct and indirect users who can use this information to analyze or take actions as necessary. The analyzed results are accessed by all visitors to the website while the raw results are rights-based. The tool is structured to collect and collate data aimed to address the following components;
- Structure of MYE at government level
- Evidence of MYE in government programs and initiatives
- Design and availability of Documents supporting MYE by government
- County-based representation of youth through MYE in health-related government processes
The Scorecard Rationale
The scorecard process will be administered in the three FAYA project counties whereby the scoring will be done on a semi-annual basis to provide for spaces for considered discussions. Analyzed results will be available for the general public (beyond the project counties) to allow for broader discussions on the scorecard findings.
To guarantee the strategicness of the questions, each county will have, under the 4 different thematic areas, (cited in point 14.1 above) questions that are unique to the contextual findings of the areas. This will guarantee the strategicness of the questions.