Health Facility Readiness Survey

Project Progress :

100 % progress so far

Started Date:August 01 2015 Completed Date:April 30 2016

Health Facility Readiness Survey

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Health facility readiness survey aims to evaluate the readiness of peripheral health facilities in H4L’s program districts to provide maternal, newborn and child health and family planning services, and determine the effect H4L‘s performance has had on access to and utilisation of health services at the midpoint of the life of the project based on PMP and PPR indicators as specified in the H4L’s M&E Plan.

Project Objectives

• To measure current readiness of peripheral HFs with regard to availability of services and staff, basic amenities, basic equipment, standard precautionary practices, laboratory services, drugs and other commodities, and information, education and communication/ behavior change communication (IEC/BCC) materials

• To measure how Health Facility Operations and Management Committees (HFOMC) are functioning, health governance, accountability and gender equality and social inclusion (GESI) with respect to managing health facility readiness to provide quality services

• To measure client satisfaction with the FP/MNCH services they received from health facilities

• To analyze the performance gaps in providing health services from the health facilities and make the information available for planning and programming

• To assess the conduct and performance of district annual reviews in accordance with the Public Health Analytics training and tool

• To assess the comprehensiveness of MoHP’s information system as measured by Health Information System Performance Index (HISPIX)