National Health Facility Survey (NHFS) for World Bank – 2016
We conducted the National Health Facility Survey (NHFS) in Nigeria; funded by the World Bank and the Global Fund for AIDS, TB and Malaria (GFATM). The survey was carried out in close collaboration with the Department of Health Planning, Research and Statistics (DHPRS), and Department of Family Health (DFH) at the Federal Ministry of Health (FMOH). The objectives of the NHFS were to:
- Provide information that can help managers at all levels of the health care system assess performance and identify weaknesses that need to be addressed in order to strengthen health service delivery; and
- Collect baseline health facility data, against which progress in subsequent years can be measured as part of the Saving One Million Lives Program for Results (SOML PforR).
Specific objectives of the survey were to:
- Collected robust evidence on basic health care availability and readiness to provide services at selected primary health care facilities AND a few private health facilities
- Examined care in a few general hospitals to better understand their ability to deliver PHC services; and
- Strengthened the capacity of institutions in Nigeria to conduct health facility surveys and analyze the data generated.
The survey covered 3,324 facilities in total with a minimum of 90 facilities in each of the 36 States and the Federal Capital Territory.
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