Guinea: HIS Indicators

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MEASURE Evaluation is compiling the country profiles on this site for 30 indicators. As of August 2017, MEASURE Evaluation had located the following indicators for Guinea. Indicator definitions can be found here: http://www.measureevaluation.org/his-strengthening-resource-center/health-information-systems-his-country-profile-indicators

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Indicators

Status

Source

Title/Notes

1. National health strategy

Current (2015–2024)

http://bit.ly/2aMWlip

Plan National de Développement Sanitaire (PNDS) 2015-2024 

2. Health sector M&E plan

Unknown

 

 

3. HIS policy

Unknown

 

 

4. HIS strategic plan

Current (2016­–2020)

http://bit.ly/2eXnILw

Plan Stratégique de Renforcement du système national d’Information pour la Gestion Sanitaire (SNIS) 2016–2020

5. Country has set of core health indicators

Yes (2015–2024)

http://bit.ly/2aMWlip

Indicators can be found inside the current National Health Strategy on page 69–71.

6. National HIS coordinating body

Unknown

 

 

7. Country has master facility list

Unknown

 

 

8. Conducted HMN assessment

Not completed

 

 

9. Population census within the last 10 years

Yes (2014)

http://bit.ly/2biOJXD

 

10. Availability of national health surveys 

MICS1 (1996)

DHS (2012)  

 

http://bit.ly/1JpmGDu

http://bit.ly/2aMVP48

Data and reports can be found on the links provided.

11. Completeness of vital registration (births and deaths)

Live births estimate less than 90% complete, and unknown estimate for deaths.

http://bit.ly/2aP7FN4

 

12. Country has electronic system for aggregating routine facility and/or community service data

Unknown

http://bit.ly/2b97LRT

Country not listed

13. Country has national statistics office

Yes

http://www.stat-guinee.org

 

14. National health statistics report (annual)

Not current (2011)

In-country contact

Annuaire Statistique de Santé 2011 (not available online)

15. Country has website for health statistics with latest data available

Unknown

 

 

16. DQA conducted on prioritized indicators aligned with most recent health sector strategy

Unknown

 

 

17. PRISM assessment conducted in any regions/districts

Not conducted

http://bit.ly/2aZIEO0

Country is not listed.

18. Percentage of facilities represented in HMIS information

(2011) Percentage listed by 8 types of regions

 

Can be found inside the expired Health Statistic Report on page 12, table 2 “Complétude des rapports mensuels des formation sanitaires en 2011.”

19. Proportion (facility, district, national) offices using data for setting targets and monitoring

Unknown

 

 

20. Measles coverage reported to WHO/UNICEF

WHO/UNICEF estimate= 54; Official government estimate = 64

http://bit.ly/2b8QCox

See page 10. Guinea: WHO and UNICEF estimate of immunization coverage: 2016 revision

21. Number of institutional deliveries available by district, and published within 12 months of preceding year

Not current (2011) – by prefectures and regions

 

Can be found inside the expired National Health Statistic Report on page 53–54.

22. Existence of policies, laws, and regulations mandating public and private health facilities/ providers to report indicators determined by the national HIS

Unknown

 

 

23. Availability of standards/guidelines for RHIS data collection, reporting, and analysis

Unknown

 

 

24.Presence of procedures to verify the quality of data (accuracy, completeness, timeliness) reported

Unknown

 

 

25.RHIS data collection forms allow for disaggregatio Unknown n by gender

Unknown

 

 

26. At least one national health account completed in last 5 years

Unknown

 

 

27. National database with health workers by district and main cadres updated within last 2 years

Unknown

 

 

28. Annual data on availability of tracer medicines and commodities in public and private health facilities

Unknown

 

 

29. e-health strategy

Unknown

 

 

30. Completeness of disease surveillance reporting

Unknown