This project aims at educating nurses and physicians on the use of alternative silver-coated catheters instead of the normal catheters in order to fight CAUTIs. Research evidence has shown that silver-coated catheters are likely to reduce the rate of CAUTIs by more than half (Jaqqi & Sissodia, 2012). Using Faye Glenn Abdellah’s Theory, the project will aim at educating nurses and installing daily reminder system following the laid down guidelines. However, it will not be enough to implement this intervention without putting in place an elaborate monitoring and evaluation procedure. A thorough evaluation will be required to ensure that the project is on the course and achieving the set objectives. According to Fineout-Overholt & Johnston (2007) continuous monitoring and evaluation is important to ensure the project is on course and measures are put in place to rectify a problem when identified before the problem can derail the whole project. This evaluation plan will outline the tools and elaborate plan on the employment of these tools to evaluate the project.