End-line Household Survey Report: Oromia Region

Download this publicationThis report presents findings from child survival interventions of the Essential Services for Health in Ethiopia Project (ESHE) in Oromia during 2004 – 2008, with primary emphasis on immunization, Essential Nutrition Actions (ENA), and household behaviors regarding childhood illnesses. This report also contains findings on other indicators relevant to child health: trends in insecticide-treated bed nets (ITN) coverage, household pit latrine possession, maternal healthcare, and family planning (FP) services utilization. In the quasi-experimental design used, coverage indicators regarding key child survival interventions were compared between 2003 Baseline and 2008 End-line Household Surveys (HHS) for the entire region and ESHE intervention and non-ESHE interventions separately. Data were obtained from interviewing three groups of respondents: 1) women aged 15 – 49 years, 2) women with children aged 0 – 11 months, and 3) women with children aged 12 – 23 months.JSI/ESHE, 2008

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