Nigeria 2014-2015 SURE-P Maternal and Child Health Commodity Requirements and Financing Needs

Download this publicationIn May 2014, the Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Program on Maternal and Child Health Project Implementing Unit SURE-P MCH PIU, with technical assistance from the USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, conducted the 2014–2015 SURE-P maternal and child health (MCH) commodity requirements and financing needs study in Nigeria.

The commodity forecast was generated using demographic-based and hybrid morbidity and service statistics–based methodologies. From the forecast, the total commodity needs were generated for a period of 18 months and were estimated to cost $19,167,895 for medicines and $11,044,988 for supplies. This report includes the quantification methodology and results as well as recommendations to improve the continuous availability of MCH commodities for the SURE-P MCH program. JSI / USAID | DELIVER PROJECT, 2014.

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