Child Survival Knowledge, Practice and Coverage Baseline Survey

Project Description

Concern Worldwide Sierra Leone was implementing a five-year, USAID-funded Child Survival Project. The goal of the project was to contribute to the reduction of maternal, infant, and child morbidity and mortality among women of reproductive age and children under five in slum communities in Freetown, Sierra Leone. NBI provided research services for the implementation of the project’s baseline Knowledge, Practice and Coverage (KPC) survey. The general objective of the survey was to provide quantitative baseline values for all of the USAID Rapid CATCH Indicators as well as specific project indicators related to maternal and child health, including breastfeeding, family planning, diarrhea, antenatal care and post-natal care.

  • Client:
    Concern Worldwide/USAID