usaid-gov/ppmv-knowledge-test-gkf5-q25p

  • family planning
  • maternal child survival
  • maternal neonatal and child health
  • mcsp
  • mnch
  • + 2

PPMV Knowledge Test

PPMV Knowledge Test

GH Pro conducted an endline evaluation of USAID’s Maternal Child Survival Program (MCSP-MNCH)1 to assess if it had achieved its objectives and planned outputs, as stated in its program description, in Nigeria’s Ebonyi and Kogi states. Five questions evaluated increases in access and utilization of reproductive, maternal, newborn, and child health interventions; gender-transformative strategies; sustainability; the program’s learning agenda vis-à-vis the Nigerian government’s learning needs; and use of program data.

The evaluation team used a retrospective analytic and a cross-sectional design to address the five questions, and mixed methods were used for data collection, including reviews of the national District Health Information System (DHIS) 2, MCSP-MNCH datasets, and 51 program documents.

Apparent improvements were noted in the utilization of six interventions: oxytocin, partograph, Chlorhexidine 4% gel, newborn resuscitation, essential newborn care, and integrated Community Case Management, particularly with referral of danger signs. MCSP-MNCH baseline data was not available nor calculable for magnesium sulphate or Kangaroo Mother Care. Data was also not available for postpartum family planning for first-time parents and Bubble Continuous Positive Airway Pressure for newborn resuscitation, as a study was undergoing analysis and data was not ready. Furthermore, the dataset MCSP-MNCH provided to the evaluation team was incomplete, imprecise, and contained errors, raising concerns about noted improvements.

The program’s work in male engagement and Mothers Savings and Loans Clubs hold promise for transforming gender norms but reached too few people. Most of the program’s reproductive health and MNCH interventions are likely to be included in budgets in Ebonyi and Kogi through the World Bank’s Saving One Million Lives project, but without specific commitment from the states’ governors, funding release may be jeopardized. The learning agenda helped inform implementation, but the government did not help shape the research. Last, MCSP-MNCH project created a new DHIS database instance for its project data only, including new indicators that it introduced (like application of Chlorhexidine 4% gel for newborn cord care), as well as indicators that were already available in the national DHIS 2 database; it is housed within the same server as the national DHIS 2.

Columns

NameSocrata field nameColumn name in sgr mountData typeDescription
KT121f: If less than 2 months or more than 5 years of age, refer to the health facility 1kt121f_if_less_than_2_months_1kt121f_if_less_than_2_months_1Checkbox
KT122k: Don’t knowkt122k_don_t_knowkt122k_don_t_knowCheckbox
KT123c: Advise caregiver to seek attention at the health facility if there is no improvement after 48 hourskt123c_advise_caregiver_tokt123c_advise_caregiver_toCheckbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124a: Cough for 14 days or morekt124_what_are_the_dangerkt124_what_are_the_dangerCheckbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124c: Convulsions (now or reported)kt124_what_are_the_danger_2kt124_what_are_the_danger_2Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124d: Not able to feed or drinkkt124_what_are_the_danger_3kt124_what_are_the_danger_3Checkbox
F007: Sex of PPMVf007_sex_of_ppmvf007_sex_of_ppmvText
KT101: In what year did this PPMV outlet start operating?kt101_in_what_year_did_thiskt101_in_what_year_did_thisNumber
KT102a: What is your position in this PPMV outlet?kt102a_what_is_your_positionkt102a_what_is_your_positionText
KT105: How many years in total have you provided such services? Service may have been here or in another outlet. (Observer: enter 00 if less than 1 year of service)kt105_how_many_years_in_totalkt105_how_many_years_in_totalText
KT106: During the past 3 years have you received any training on subjects related to management of childhood illnesses?kt106_during_the_past_3_yearskt106_during_the_past_3_yearsCheckbox
Commodities/Supplies (check to confirm) Artemether-lumefantrinecommodities_supplies_check_2commodities_supplies_check_2Text
KT108: In the past 3 years, were there any trainings that you wanted to attend but were not able to?kt108_in_the_past_3_yearskt108_in_the_past_3_yearsCheckbox
KT108a: Why were you unable to attend training?kt108a_why_were_you_unablekt108a_why_were_you_unableText
KT114: Do you receive technical support or supervision in your work at this outlet? If so, when was the most recent time?kt114_do_you_receive_technicalkt114_do_you_receive_technicalText
KT114b: If yes, who was conducting the supervision visits?kt114b_if_yes_who_waskt114b_if_yes_who_wasText
KT115: How does your supervisor treat you? (Read all options)kt115_how_does_your_supervisorkt115_how_does_your_supervisorText
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116a: Check your records or reportskt116_the_last_time_you_werekt116_the_last_time_you_wereCheckbox
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116b: Observe your workkt116_the_last_time_you_were_1kt116_the_last_time_you_were_1Checkbox
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116e: Provide updates on administrative or technical issues related to your workkt116_the_last_time_you_were_4kt116_the_last_time_you_were_4Checkbox
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116f: Discuss problems you have encounteredkt116_the_last_time_you_were_5kt116_the_last_time_you_were_5Checkbox
KT121e: Advise the caregiver to seek care at the health facility if there is no improvement after 24 hourskt121e_advise_the_caregiverkt121e_advise_the_caregiverCheckbox
KT121d: Give zinc supplement: 1 dose daily for 10 days: Age 2 to 6 months — 1/2 tablet (total 5 tabs) Age 6 months to 5 years — 1 tablet (total 10 tabs)kt121d_give_zinc_supplementkt121d_give_zinc_supplementCheckbox
KT117: What is the Gender of your supervisorkt117_what_is_the_genderkt117_what_is_the_genderText
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116g: Participate in quality of care improvement activitieskt116_the_last_time_you_were_6kt116_the_last_time_you_were_6Checkbox
KT121a: Confirm that the duration of the diarrhea is less than 14 days and that there is no blood in the stoolkt121a_confirm_that_thekt121a_confirm_that_theCheckbox
KT121b: Give oral rehydration salts (ORS) and help caregiver give the child ORS solution until child is no longer thirsty.kt121b_give_oral_rehydrationkt121b_give_oral_rehydrationCheckbox
KT121c: Give the caregiver 2 ORS packets to take home and advise to give as much as child wants, but at least 1/2 cup of ORS solution after each loose stoolkt121c_give_the_caregiverkt121c_give_the_caregiverCheckbox
KT121f: If less than 2 months or more than 5 years of age, refer to the health facilitykt121f_if_less_than_2_monthskt121f_if_less_than_2_monthsCheckbox
KT122c: For positive RDT, give oral antimalarial artemether-lumefantrine (AL) twice daily for 3 days: Age 2 months to 3 years — 1 tablet (total 6 tabs) Age 3 to 5 years — 2 tablets (total 12 tabs)kt122c_for_positive_rdt_givekt122c_for_positive_rdt_giveCheckbox
KT122e: If RDT is negative, refer to the health facility for further carekt122e_if_rdt_is_negativekt122e_if_rdt_is_negativeCheckbox
KT123a: Confirm that the child has fast breathing in addition to other symptoms like fever, cough, difficulty in breathing. Age 2 to 12 months – respiratory rate 50 or more per minute Age 12 months to 5 years – respiratory rate 40 or more per minutekt123a_confirm_that_the_childkt123a_confirm_that_the_childCheckbox
KT123b: Give oral antibiotic (250 mg amoxicillin tablet) twice daily for 5 days: Age 2 to 12 months — 1 tablet (total 10 tabs) Age 12 months to 5 years — 2 tablets (total 20 tabs)kt123b_give_oral_antibiotickt123b_give_oral_antibioticCheckbox
KT121f: If less than 2 months or more than 5 years of age, refer to the health facility 2kt121f_if_less_than_2_months_2kt121f_if_less_than_2_months_2Checkbox
KT123n: Don’t knowkt123n_don_t_knowkt123n_don_t_knowCheckbox
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116d: Provide any written comment about how you were doing your jobkt116_the_last_time_you_were_3kt116_the_last_time_you_were_3Checkbox
KT122d: Advise caregiver to seek care at the health facility if there is no improvement after 48 hourskt122d_advise_caregiver_tokt122d_advise_caregiver_toCheckbox
KT122b: Conduct a malaria rapid diagnostic test (RDT)kt122b_conduct_a_malariakt122b_conduct_a_malariaCheckbox
KT122a: Confirm that fever is less than 7 dayskt122a_confirm_that_feverkt122a_confirm_that_feverCheckbox
Commodities/Supplies (check to confirm) Amoxycillin dispersible tabletscommodities_supplies_check_3commodities_supplies_check_3Text
Equipment: Timer for measuring respiratory rate: Is it working correctly?equipment_timer_for_measuringequipment_timer_for_measuringText
1. Do you keep any records of the children you attend to?_1_do_you_keep_any_records_1_do_you_keep_any_recordsText
2. What kind of records do you keep?_2_what_kind_of_records_do_2_what_kind_of_records_doText
3. How do you use the records? – share with MCSP?, use it to inform resupplies?, other?_3_how_do_you_use_the_records_3_how_do_you_use_the_recordsText
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124b: Diarrhoea for 14 days or morekt124_what_are_the_danger_1kt124_what_are_the_danger_1Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124e: Vomits everythingkt124_what_are_the_danger_4kt124_what_are_the_danger_4Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124f: Chest indrawingkt124_what_are_the_danger_5kt124_what_are_the_danger_5Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124g: Unusually sleepy or unconsciouskt124_what_are_the_danger_6kt124_what_are_the_danger_6Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124h: Red on mid-upper arm circumference (MUAC) tapekt124_what_are_the_danger_7kt124_what_are_the_danger_7Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124i: Swelling of both feetkt124_what_are_the_danger_8kt124_what_are_the_danger_8Checkbox
KT124: What are the danger signs for which a child will require immediate referral? KT124j: Don’t knowkt124_what_are_the_danger_9kt124_what_are_the_danger_9Checkbox
Commodities/Supplies (check to confirm) Low osmolarity oral rehydration salts and zinccommodities_supplies_checkcommodities_supplies_checkText
KT121y other (specify):kt121y_other_specifykt121y_other_specifyText
Commodities/Supplies (check to confirm) Malaria rapid diagnostic testscommodities_supplies_check_1commodities_supplies_check_1Text
KT104: In your current position, and as a part of your work here, do you personally provide any management of childhood illnesses?kt104_in_your_current_positionkt104_in_your_current_positionCheckbox
KT121x: Don’t knowkt121x_don_t_knowkt121x_don_t_knowText
KT116: The last time you were personally supervised, did your supervisor do any of the following (read each aloud): KT116c: Give you verbal feedback about how you were doing your jobkt116_the_last_time_you_were_2kt116_the_last_time_you_were_2Checkbox
KT108b: What training would you have liked to attend?kt108b_what_training_wouldkt108b_what_training_wouldText
KT108aa. If other specifykt108aa_if_other_specifykt108aa_if_other_specifyText
KT107b: If other, specifykt107b_if_other_specifykt107b_if_other_specifyText
KT107: In the past 3 years, did you receive any training on the following topics (read each answer aloud): KT107e: Otherkt107_in_the_past_3_years_3kt107_in_the_past_3_years_3Checkbox
KT107: In the past 3 years, did you receive any training on the following topics (read each answer aloud): KT107c: Pneumoniakt107_in_the_past_3_years_2kt107_in_the_past_3_years_2Checkbox
KT107: In the past 3 years, did you receive any training on the following topics (read each answer aloud): KT107b: Malariakt107_in_the_past_3_years_1kt107_in_the_past_3_years_1Checkbox
KT107: In the past 3 years, did you receive any training on the following topics (read each answer aloud): KT 107a: Diarrhoeakt107_in_the_past_3_yearskt107_in_the_past_3_yearsCheckbox

Upstream Metadata