With funding from the HIF in 2014 the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine developed Lot Quality Assurance Sampling (LQAS) survey techniques to monitor the performance and impact of health services provision in an IDP settlement in South Sudan. Given the project’s success, in 2019 the HIF awarded LSTM a diffusion grant to scale their innovation with internally displaced persons (IDPs) in the long-term refugee settlements of northern Uganda.
In partnership with World Vision Uganda, LSTM’s research found that primary health services in the West Nile settlements of norther Uganda are consistently not meeting acceptable standards. The project team looked at coverage of Maternal and Child Health, Food Security, and Water, Sanitation and Hygiene in order to inform World Vision’ West Nile Refugee Response Programme. Key findings included:
Find out more about the research in this Briefing Report prepared by LSTM.
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