Technical indicators

Indicator number Description Analysis approach Target format Data frequency Partners (optional)
PI1 Maternal Mortality Ratio (Maternal deaths per 100,000 live births) Non-cumulative Point Yearly
PI2 Newborn Mortality Rate (Newborn under-1 month deaths per 1,000 live births) Non-cumulative Point Yearly
PI3 Newborn lives saved Cumulative Range Yearly
PI4 Maternal lives saved Cumulative Range Yearly
POC1 Adolescent Fertility Rate (age 15-19-yrs) (births/1000 women aged 15-19-yrs) Non-cumulative Point Yearly
POC2 Contraceptive Prevalence Rate (percentage women of reproductive age using modern contraceptive methods) Non-cumulative Point Yearly
POC3 Percentage of pregnant women attending four or more ANC sessions during last pregnancy Non-cumulative Point Yearly
POC4 Percentage of pregnant women who slept under a long-lasting insecticide treated net last night Non-cumulative Point Yearly
POC5 Percentage of births attended by a skilled birth attendant (SBA) Non-cumulative Point Yearly
POC6 Percentage of women receiving a check-up in first 24 - 48 hours after birth Non-cumulative Point Yearly
P1.1 number of young people (10-24 year) receiving information on SRH in RD'S Youth Friendly Resource Centres for the first time Cumulative Point Quarterly
P1.2 Number of young people (10-24 years) in and out of school trained on SRH, FP and life skills by Voluteer Peer Educators (VPE) ( In school is proxy for under 19 years) Cumulative Point Six months
P1.3 Percentage of women (under 19 years) who visited a apublic health facility who reported that they were referred by the Comunity Advocacy Group (CAG) in the past year Cumulative Point Six months
P2.1-UNFPA Couple Years Protection - UNFPA Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.1-MSSL Couple Years Protection - MSSL Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.2-UNFPA number of new acceptors of contraceptives (MSSL component to count only new acceptorsof long lasting and permanent modern methods and disaggregated by age under 25 years) - UNFPA Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.2-MSSL number of new acceptors of contraceptives (MSSL component to count only new acceptorsof long lasting and permanent modern methods and disaggregated by age under 25 years) - MSSL Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.3 percentage of young people in (10-19 Years) in RD interventions areas that reported use of condoms the last time they had sexual intercourse Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.4 number of young people experiencing STIs symptoms who receive services from health Care Providers in the MSSL supported private sector (disaggregated by age under 25year) Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.5 number of young people under 19 years treated for STIs in public health facilities Cumulative Point Quarterly
P2.6 percentage of adolescent youth friendly (AYF) peripheral Health Units (PHU) meeting all 3 criteria Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P3.1 Percentage of pregnant women at ANC receiving at least two doses of tetanus toxoid vaccine (TT2+) Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P3.2-UNICEF Percentage of pregnant women at ANC who receive two doses of intermittent preventative treatment (IPT) for malaria - UNICEF Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P3.2-MSSL Percentage of pregnant women at ANC who receive two doses of intermittent preventative treatment (IPT) for malaria - MSSL Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P3.3-UNICEF Percentage of pregnant women at ANC who receive one long lasting insecticide treated net (LLITN) - UNICEF Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P3.3-MSSL Percentage of pregnant women at ANC who receive one long lasting insecticide treated net (LLITN) - MSSL Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P4.1 Number of health care providers received competency based EmONC training Cumulative Point Quarterly
P4.4 number of pregant women who receive a Healthy Baby voucher and deliver their baby at a HBVSP facility attended by skilled birth attendant Cumulative Point Quarterly
P5.1 percentage of women with live births who initiate breast feeding within 1st hour after delivery Non-cumulative Point Quarterly
P5.2-UNICEF Number of post partum women visited by Community Health worker within 48 hours after delivery at home - UNICEF Cumulative Point Six months
P5.2-MSSL Number of post partum women visited by Community Health worker within 48 hours after delivery at home - MSSL Cumulative Point Six months