Improving Maternal and Newborn Health in Zanzibar - A Needs Assessment of IPC and WASH Across Maternity Units
- Department for International Development
- 1 January 2015
- Document Type:
- Country Report
- Water and Sanitation
- Graham, W.J., Faulkner, S., Ali, A.O., Ali, S.M., Gon, G. Haji, H.S., Kabole, I., Kahabuka, C., Morrison, E., Omari, N., Said, R.M., Tato, A., and Towriss, C.
This report is the last in a series of outputs produced from the maternal health research SHARE has supported in Zanzibar. It summarises the findings of a needs assessment which examined infection prevention control (IPC), WASH and solid waste disposal services in maternity units in Zanzibar. These findings will be used to inform an improvement plan for quality of care in maternity units in Zanzibar.
Ali, S.M.; Ali, A.O.; Faulkner, S.; Gon, G.; Graham, W.J.; Haji, H.S.; Kabole, I.; Kahabuka, C.; Morrison, E.; Omari, N.; Said, R.M.; Tato, A.; Towriss, C. Improving Maternal and Newborn Health in Zanzibar - A Needs Assessment of IPC and WASH Across Maternity Units. (2015) 34 pp.
Published: 1 January 2015