2021 DRC Health Facility Survey: Midline Data Collection (Dataset)

2021 DRC Health Facility Survey: Midline Data Collection (Dataset)
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Citation: Data for Impact; Tulane University; Kinshasa School of Public Health, Ministry of Public Health, 2022, "2021 DRC health facility survey - midline data collection", https://doi.org/10.15139/S3/YF2CCY, UNC Dataverse, V1, UNF:6:87m/SuF7ByclM6yyRb5ECw== [fileUNF] 
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As part of its strategy to improve health outcomes in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funded the USAID Integrated Health Program (IHP) in 2018. The program began operations in July 2018 and is being implemented by Abt Associates and several partner organizations. The purpose of USAID IHP is to strengthen the capacity of Congolese institutions and communities to deliver high-quality, integrated health services to sustainably improve the health status of the country’s population. The specific health, population, and nutrition areas of focus for the project are maternal health; neonatal, infant, and child health; tuberculosis (TB); malaria; child nutrition; water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH); and family planning (FP). USAID IHP is working in nine contextually diverse provinces in the regions of Eastern Congo, Katanga, and Kasai, and implements a wide array of interventions. Given the breadth and depth of the planned interventions, the USAID Mission in DRC requested Data for Impact (D4I) to conduct an independent, third-party evaluation of the performance and impact of USAID IHP on key health systems-related outcomes, including the uptake of FP and healthcare services; health systems functioning (i.e., improved disease surveillance, the availability of essential commodities, and health worker motivation); and the practice of key healthy behaviors. The available data sets constitute the basis for the performance evaluation and provide information on provincial health offices, health zone offices, hospitals, health centers, and community-based health systems (i.e., health area development committees and community health workers).
Shortname: DS-22-006 D4I
Author(s): Data for Impact; Tulane University; Kinshasa School of Public Health, Ministry of Public Health
Year: 2022
Language: English