Readiness of health facilities to provide quality health services to their clients is one of the key indicators of strengthened health system. The purpose of this survey was to assess the readiness of the districts hospitals and peripheral health facilities in H4L’s program districts. The study assesses current readiness of peripheral HFs with regard to availability of services and staff; basic equipment; standard precautionary practices laboratory services; drugs and other commodities. The study also examined the functionality of management committees; health governance, accountability; satisfaction of clients with FP/MCH services they received; and analyzed the performance gaps in providing health services from the health facilities.
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