Guinea Health Facility Survey 2001
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The 2001 Guniea Health Facility Survey was designed to collect information on the availability and quality of services in reproductive, maternal and child health in two regions of the country. The survey gathered information from 158 public health clinics and maternity centers funded by USAID. Chapter 1 of this report provides an introduction and description of USAID and PRISM activities in Guinea. In Chapter 2, authors discuss the main characteristics of health centers sampled in the survey, and in chapter 3 they discuss the availability of equipment and supplies. Chapters 4, 5, 6, and 7, respectively, provide an assessment of the quality of care in family planning, sexually transmitted infections and HIV/AIDS, prenatal care, and child health care. Chapter 8 concludes the report with a discussion of findings.