How to do a Situation Analysis. Rapid Situation Analysis of Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Related Services in the District. Learning objectives. What is a situation analysis (baseline assessment)? Why do we need a situation analysis?
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Rapid Situation Analysis of Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Related Services in the District
InformationComponents of a SWOT analysis
Other health influences you cannot change
Weaknesses are factors that are within your control that detract from your ability to offer a good service. Which areas might you improve?
Weaknesses might include lack of expertise, limited resources, lack of access to skills or technology, inferior service offerings
The more accurately you identify your weaknesses, the more valuable the SWOT will be for your assessment.
What factors are potential threats to your functioning?
Threats are external – you have no control over them, but you may benefit by having contingency plans to address them if they should occur.
Part of this list may be speculative in nature, and still add value to your SWOT analysis.
It may be valuable to classify your threats according to their “seriousness” and “probability of occurrence.”