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Experience in nutrition information systems in the region. Ctown 2.ppt. Fitting systems together and deciding priorities. Kenya. Repeated national surveys (CBS, DHS, MICS), giving provincial trends Clinic based reporting system (CHANIS)

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Kenya

  • Repeated national surveys (CBS, DHS, MICS), giving provincial trends

  • Clinic based reporting system (CHANIS)

  • Sentinel sites monthly assessment (MUAC) by ALRMP

  • Area-level surveys, drought-prone areas, ad hoc


Uganda

Y – yes, (Y) – sometimes, P – potential, (P) – maybe.


Ethiopia

  • Repeated national surveys, give trends to region or zone level (WMS, DHS)

  • EOS screening data (AC, then w/h)

  • Area level surveys, often following EOS data signals

  • Several others, e.g. SCF sentinel repeated surveys (discontinued)

  • Sentinel use of screening data (first stage) might be feasible


Sentinel approach

means selecting limited number of sites for focusing data collection/analysis, usually chosen as most likely to show change – these can be clinics or programme sites capturing data already collected, or clusters for sampling for new surveys


Sources: WHO, Global Database on Child Growth and Malnutrition; CSA, 1996; CSA, 1998; CSA, 2000; DHS, 2000; CSA, 2004

* Levels of accuracy in the Table 1 refer to levels published in survey’s reports. These surveys exclude non-sedentary populations (did not sample some zones in Afar and Somali regions), and are therefore accurate only to the sedentary populations of geographic areas. The 2004 WMS (data from 2005) excludes Gambella region entirely. Gambella region has had high levels of malnutrition in the past (i.e. the 2000 WMS reports 13% wasting, 32% underweight, and 40.5% stunting).


  • Somalia – FSAU Malnutrition; CSA, 1996; CSA, 1998; CSA, 2000; DHS, 2000; CSA, 2004

  • Agro-met, satellite, animal and crop conditions, prices, etc

  • Area level surveys, including wasting in children: sentinel site and ad hoc surveys


  • Botswana Malnutrition; CSA, 1996; CSA, 1998; CSA, 2000; DHS, 2000; CSA, 2004

  • National surveys, BFHS (Family Health Surveys), MICS 2000

  • Clinic-based reporting (BNNSS)


  • Zimbabwe Malnutrition; CSA, 1996; CSA, 1998; CSA, 2000; DHS, 2000; CSA, 2004

  • Repeated national surveys

  • Sentinel survey system,

  • 6-monthly


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