Facility Censuses: Revealing the Potential of the Private Health Sector

This primer sets forth the rationale for conducting a census and key steps in the implementation process. It builds on SHOPS’s experience conducting private health sector censuses in eight countries in Africa and the Caribbean, and provides practical advice to potential donors on the methodology, potential benefits, and cost implications of carrying out a private facility census.

Author

Douglas Johnson, Kylie Graff, and Soonie Choi

Contributor

SHOPS Project

Published
April 2015
Resource Types
Primer
Country
Benin
Health Area
HIV
Child Health
Family Planning
Keywords
AIDS
Caribbean
Current Downloads
31

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