PRRINN-MNCH (Programme for reviving routine immunisation in Northern
Nigeria - maternal, newborn and child health) is a six-year health
programme working across four states in Northern Nigeria.
The evaluation team conducted site visits to health facilities and
medical stores and met with government officials, midwives, community
health workers, primary beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
Key findings include:
- Three states have improved their relationships and funding mechanisms
with State government, State human resource strategies are in place
and there was improved staffing and patient attendance at facilities.
- Operations research is moving apace and beginning to generate
- The programme has created a culture of performance management guided
by high quality data.
- Community engagement is making excellent progress and the targeted
policy work at federal level was also progressing well.
Bradford, C.; Dobson, S. Assignment Report: PRRINN-MNCH Midterm Review. HDRC, UK (2011) 138 pp.
Assignment Report: PRRINN-MNCH Midterm Review