Scenario Analysis

Scenario Analysis: Strategies

EQUIST will also auto-generate a list of strategies to address the causes you have selected under “Strategy”. You can select only those strategies you feel are most relevant to your country context. You can then customize the name of strategies in the textboxes. Only those strategies which are selected,for those we can set the effect size and set the Evidence base.
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Factors responsible for those strategies will be addressed under “Enabling Environment” same as in Causes. These will basically be enabling environment for those strategies.

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