Category Archives: Situational Analysis

Situational Analysis

Country profile

Clicking on icon  will download country profile chart in excel format. This is exhaustive summary of mortality and nutrition data with powerful visualizations. Here it is representing data for United Republic Of Tanzania for year 2010. Country profile will consist of following sections like : Newborn Health, Child Health etc. It has option to collapse all …

Situational Analysis

IHME Maps

The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) is a research institute working in the area of global health statistics and impact evaluation at the University of Washington in Seattle. IHME provides raster maps (images) for neo natal mortality and under five mortality based on data at 5km*5km grids. As of now IHME maps are …

Situational Analysis

Chart

To view the mortality data as a bar chart, click on “chart”: Sorting The following two buttons for sorting are only available for charts. This would help sorting the chart data alphabetically or by data value in ascending or descending order. National Average National average is shown as yellow line for indicators with unit as …

Situational Analysis

Map

By default, this is the first screen a user can see. To view the exact numbers of deaths per 1,000 live births in each province, click or hover your mouse on one of the regions of the map: You can also view the absolute number of deaths in the regions by clicking on “number” under …

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Service Delivery Mode

The service delivery mode is one of three levels of the health system: 1) Family care (community) practices–interventions delivered at the level of the household or community, by individuals themselves or through community health workers and health extension workers. 2) Preventive (schedulable) services— preventive interventions that are delivered on a set schedule through primary care …

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Intervention Package

Interventions are groupings of health interventions according to the type of service, target population and disease or condition they address. There are 9 intervention packages associated with EQUIST: neonatal & infant care, immunization plus, environmental safety, antenatal care, IMNCI, delivery by a skilled professional, water/sanitation/hygiene (WASH), EMONC, and family planning.

Key concepts Scenario Analysis Situational Analysis

Disadvantaged Population

We defined the “most disadvantaged” in each country to be anyone that is below a given threshold. Figure 2: Country Typology based on inequality of DALYs between quintiles, and severity of inequity between most and least disadvantaged groups. Based on an analysis of 54 countries from different regions, the graphs above show the distribution of …

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Equity Coverage Frontier

In an attempt to develop realistic and feasible benchmarks for improvements in effective coverage for the most disadvantaged children through reduction of underlying bottlenecks and for resulting improvements in early childhood opportunities, we have developed: “equity coverage frontiers”. Equity coverage frontiers refer to the potential future change in effective coverage of evidence based high impact …

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Key concepts Situational Analysis

Operational Coverage Frontier

In the UNICEF’s recent Narrowing the Gap II study, a group of over 50 countries was included; one of the key areas of analysis was the measurement of changes in supply, demand and quality bottlenecks for these 50+ countries over a period of around 5 years. This allowed to identify the best results found among …