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Nigeria Maternal Newborn Child Health Programme (MNCH) 2 - Health Systems Assessment

The Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Programme (MNCH2) is a five year country-led, UK government funded, health progamme across six northern states of Nigeria.

Country/Region: Nigeria
Dates/Duration: 2017
Funded by: DFID
Funders: Ministry of Health and Sanitation, The Palladium Group

The Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Programme (MNCH2) is a five year country-led, UK government funded, health progamme across six northern states of Nigeria.

As part of the project, CGA was commissioned to conduct an assessment of how Human Resource for Health (HRH) information is managed within the six states. The study included comparing the (then) current situation with national and global standards for HRH data management, and to any existing policy or guidance at national or state level.

Outputs and Resources

CGA carried out review of HRH systems (electronic and paper-based) in place at national, state, LGA and facility level, and set out a fully costed workplan for MNCH2 to integrate, upgrade and support HRH.

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