Southern Region Key Indicator Results

Nambazo

To view results maps for the Nambazo Health Centre catchment area click on the ‘Map’ links below:

Nambazo Area (Southern Region) Indicators Baseline Result
June 2015
Latest Result
May 2017
   Map
Percentage of households with their own latrine (not shared) 34% 74% Map
Percentage of households with a hand washing facility 4% 56% Map
Percentage of households with at least one hanging bed net 70% 83% Map
Percentage of sick under 5 children taken to a health facility within 24 hours 51% 83%  Map
Percentage of women using a long term method of family planning* 23% 38% Map
Percentage of women who delivered at a Health Facility** 87% 87%  Map
Percentage of husbands who attended at least one antenatal visit*** 42%  –
Percentage of women attending postnatal care with 2 weeks of birth 72%  –
* Excluding women who are pregnant, want another child now or are beyond child bearing age.
** Of women who delivered in the last 12 months.
*** Of men whose wife delivered in the last 12 months and attended at least 1 antenatal visit.

Kalinde

To view results maps for the Kalinde Health Centre catchment area click on the ‘Map’ links below:

Kalinde Area (Southern Region) Indicators Baseline Result
July 2016
Latest Result
May 2017
   Map
Percentage of households with their own latrine (not shared) 49% 85% Map
Percentage of households with a hand washing facility 7% 62% Map
Percentage of households with at least one hanging bed net 53% 82% Map
Percentage of sick under 5 children taken to a health facility within 24 hours 56% **** Map
Percentage of women using a long term method of family planning* 36% **** Map
Percentage of women who delivered at a Health Facility** 76% **** Map
Percentage of husbands who attended at least one antenatal visit***
Percentage of women attending postnatal care with 2 weeks of birth  –
* Excluding women who are pregnant, want another child now or are beyond child bearing age.
** Of women who delivered in the last 12 months.
*** Of men whose wife delivered in the last 12 months and attended at least 1 antenatal visit.
**** Sensitization activities for this topic have not started as of May 2017.