Key concepts Scenario Analysis Situational Analysis

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.

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