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Need Assessment Survey of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa

The Need assessment Survey of Khyber PukhtunKhwa health facilities are the first in a series of surveys conducted by the Poverty Eradication Initiative. However, the second survey conducted in Baluchistan as part of the Goods in Kinds (medical and surgical supplies) program, is underway.

The survey was conducted under the aegis of the Poverty eradication initiative. Other collaborating institutions include Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund.

All the Technical and logistical support was provided by PEI, survey comprises 8 districts of Khyber PukhtunKhwa i.e. D.I.Khan, Bannu, Lakki Marwat, Peshawar, Nowshera, Charssada, Mardan and Swat, covering 22696 square km area.

The survey updates the available information on population and health issues, and provides guidance in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating health and population programs in area. The results of the survey assist in the distribution of PEI goods in kind program and progress made towards meeting the better health and hygiene conditions of PEI Goal.

The survey includes topics related to birth rates, family planning, referrals facilities, infant, child and maternal mortality and their causes, maternal and child health, immunization and nutritional status of mothers and children, water sanitation and hygienic conditions and knowledge of other medical requirements they have.

The survey provides all other estimates for populations, outdoor patients, in door patients if applied, delivery cases and staff available and their level of competence and if any trainings needed for their capacity building. This being the first survey of its kind, there is considerable space for improvement and refinement of information on reproductive health, fertility, capacity building and family planning.

The survey is the result of concerted effort on the part of various individuals and institutions, and it is with great pleasure that I would like to acknowledge the work that has gone into producing this useful document. The participation and cooperation that was extended by the local health department staff is greatly appreciated.

Need Assessment Survey of Baluchistan

The Need assessment Survey of Baluchistan health facilities is the second in a series of surveys conducted by the Poverty Eradication Initiative. However, the first survey conducted in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa as part of the Goods in Kinds (medical and surgical supplies) program, Phase1 was completed and report shared.

The survey was conducted under the aegis of the Poverty eradication initiative. Other collaborating institutions include Pakistan Poverty Alleviation Fund.

All the Technical and logistical support was provided by PEI, survey comprises 3 districts of Baluchistan i.e. Sibbi, Jaffar Abad and Naseer Abad covering 13,628 square km area and population of 859,109.

The survey updates the available information on population and health issues, and provides guidance in planning, implementing, monitoring and evaluating health and population programs in area. The results of the survey assist in the distribution of PEI goods in kind program and progress made towards meeting the better health and hygiene conditions of PEI Goal.

The survey includes topics related to birth rates, family planning, referrals facilities, infant, child and maternal mortality and their causes, maternal and child health, immunization and nutritional status of mothers and children, water sanitation and hygienic conditions and knowledge of other medical requirements they have.

The survey provides all other estimates for populations, outdoor patients, in door patients if applied, delivery cases and staff available and their level of competence and if any trainings needed for their capacity building. This being the first survey of its kind, there is considerable space for improvement and refinement of information on reproductive health, fertility, capacity building and family planning.

The survey is the result of concerted effort on the part of various individuals and institutions, and it is with great pleasure that I would like to acknowledge the work that has gone into producing this useful document. The participation and cooperation that was extended by the local health department staff is greatly appreciated.

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