MOTHER AND CHILD HEALTH PROGRAMME

Indicators reference sheet

  • Indicator 1.1: % women who attended at least four times for antenatal care during pregnancy

  • Indicator 1.2: % of the births assisted by skilled health workers during a specified time period (regardless of the place of delivery)

  • Indicator 1.3: % of the new born in a given period have being breastfed within 1 hour of birth.

  • Indicator 1.4: % of mothers and newborn who received postnatal care within 48 hours of childbirth (regardless of place of delivery)

  • Indicator 1.5: % of under five children with severe acute malnutrition who have recovered.

  • Indicator 2.1: The proportion of infants under 6 months who are exclusively breastfed

  • Indicator 2.2: The proportion of beneficiary population (household) with hand washing facilities with soap and water at home

  • Indicator 2.3: The proportion of children under 5 years of age with suspected pneumonia taken to a health facility or qualified provider.

  • Indicator 2.4: The Proportion of children under 5 years of age with diarrhoea treated with oral rehydration therapy and or zinc.

  • Indicator 3.1: The proportion of health care facilities with basic water supply.

  • Indicator 3.2: The proportion of health care facilities with basic sanitation

  • Indicator 3.3: The proportion of health care facilities with basic hand hygiene.

  • Indicator 3.4: The proportion of health care facilities practicing basic healthcare waste management

  • Indicator 4.1: Percentage of health facilities submitting timely, complete and accurate reports to district health authorities.

  • Indicator 4.2: Percentage of health facilities that received one supervision visit each quarter

  • Indicator 4.3: Percentage of health facilities systematically using information to monitor performance

 

 

 
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