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2001 Rural Service Delivery Partnership Evaluation Survey: Household Survey Report

Citation

Angeles, Gustavo; Hutchinson, Paul L.; & Khan, Sekander Hayat (2003). 2001 Rural Service Delivery Partnership Evaluation Survey: Household Survey Report. Chapel Hill, N.C.: Carolina Population Center MEASURE.

Abstract

The 2001 Rural Service Delivery Partnership (RSDP) Evaluation Survey was designed to evaluate the rural component of the National Integrated Population and Helath Program, a seven-year USAID health and population project. The survey had two main objectives: 1) to collect information on and monitor changes in the USAID performance indicators since the RSDP Baseline Survey in 1992, and 2) to evaluate the RSDP program's impact on the health of the project's catchment area population by linking data on individual behaviors and health outcomes with data on the health service supply environment. This report presents findings in the following areas, contraceptive use, antenatal care, childhood vaccinations, child health, awareness of RSDP services, knowledge of health promotion behaviors, early childhood mortality, and fertility.

URL

https://www.measureevaluation.org/resources/publications/tr-03-15a

Reference Type

Book

Year Published

2003

Author(s)

Angeles, Gustavo
Hutchinson, Paul L.
Khan, Sekander Hayat