Barriers to and Facilitators of Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data – Zambia


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Author(s): MEASURE Evaluation

Year: 2017

Barriers to and Facilitators of Sex- and Age-Disaggregated Data – Zambia Abstract:

Decades of research demonstrate that gender inequality is associated with increased risk of HIV, maternal mortality, child stunting and wasting, poor nutrition, and other negative health outcomes. Data produced by health information systems (HIS) can be disaggregated by gender and age to advance understanding of factors associated with these health outcomes. Such data must be available for analysis and decision making to enhance health outcomes and address inequities across gender and age groups. This report summarizes our study exploring factors that contribute to the collection and use of sex- and age-disaggregated data in Zambia and presents our recommendations for improvements.

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