TMG conducted an end of project evaluation to 2010 to determine whether the project achieved the expected specific results; and to examine the factors that facilitated and/or hindered its achievement of planned results. The evaluation was also to assess the extent to which the assistance provided by the project contributed to overall performance in delivery of health services in Uganda. It also identified the remaining gaps/weaknesses in HRH systems in the country to inform implementation of a new Capacity Program to be supported by USAID/Uganda for five years. The evaluation adopted a qualitative methodology, which included review of more than 80 documents, and interviews with over 80 respondents in Kampala and six out of 12 districts reached by focused project activities in northern and western Uganda. Data analysis and conclusions were based on triangulation of qualitative data from respondents and quantitative information extracted from reviewed documents.