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Nigeria Reproductive Health, Child Health, and Education Household, School, and Health Facility End-of-Project Surveys 2009

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General Info
Geography 
Nigeria (NGA)
Bauchi, Federal Capital Territory, Kano, Lagos, Nassarawa
Coverage type 
Subnational
Time period covered 
06/2009 - 07/2009
Series or system 
Nigeria Reproductive Health, Child Health, and Education Household, School, and Health Facility Survey
Data type
Survey:
  • Cross-sectional
  • Facility (non-health)
  • GPS coordinates (GIS)
  • Health facility
  • Household
  • Individual
  • Interview
  • Urban-rural representative
Summary 

In 2004 a survey program was initiated to analyze the COMPASS project and USAID mission in Nigeria. The program consisted of the 2005 baseline household, health facility, and primary school surveys, midline surveys conducted in 2007, and final surveys conducted in 2009. The household survey contained questions on reproductive and child health, education, and demographics. Facility and school surveys were administered to institutions, both public and private, serving the household respondents. For the end-of-project surveys 4,468 individuals (2,250 women and 2,218 men) were interviewed for the household survey. In addition, 233 health facilities, 691 schools, and 3,655 teachers were sampled.

Citation
Suggested citation 

MEASURE Evaluation Project, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina, Center for Research, Evaluation, and Resource Development (CRERD), Center for Communication Programs, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins, Creative Associates International, Futures Group International, Adolescent Health and Information Project (Nigeria), Federation of Muslim Women’s Associations of Nigeria (FOMWAN), Nigerian Medical Association, Management Sciences for Health (MSH), Civil Society Action Coalition on Education For All. Nigeria Reproductive Health, Child Health, and Education Household, School, and Health Facility End-of-Project Surveys. Chapel Hill, United States: MEASURE Evaluation Project, Carolina Population Center, University of North Carolina.