Key concepts Scenario Analysis Situational Analysis

Amenable (Avertable) deaths

Amenable or avertable deaths are deaths in disadvantaged populations due to the fact that these populations have lower coverage of high impact interventions than the least disadvantaged populations in the same country.

Related Articles

  • Bottleneck severity

    The bottleneck severity is the relative importance of any given bottleneck as a constraining factor of effective coverage. In EQUIST, the severity of a bottleneck is measured as the relative (%)...
  • Enabling Environment

    The enabling environment is understood mainly as a key determinant of status and changes in bottlenecks, and therefor effective coverage. Following UNICEF’s general Monitoring Results for Equity System (MORES) framework...
  • Scenario Analysis: Strategies

    EQUIST will also auto-generate a list of strategies to address the causes you have selected under “Strategy”. You can select only those strategies you feel are most relevant to your...
  • Untitled

    Bottleneck Analysis

    The bottleneck analysis is a systematic approach to assess which bottlenecks are constraining the coverage of health interventions, and to identify their causes and select operational strategies to address these bottlenecks....