Multilevel Gap Analysis Study in Registration of Births in Balochistan and Sindh Provinces

Center implemented multilevel gap analysis studies at facility, community and household levels in two provinces of Pakistan on registration of births. The studies had three broad components. The first component was to analysis major impediments in achieving universal registration of children at the household level, both conceived through supply-side or originating from demand-side issues. The second component was the assessment of knowledge, attitudes and practices among key community individuals in relation to the promotion of birth registration. The last component consisted of capacity audit of Union Council offices, in terms of their accessibility, visibility and overall capacity in relation to the goal of universalisation of birth registration. The studies have been completed in 2012.
Duration: 1 Years
Coverage: Balochistan and Sindh Provinces
Focus: Registration of Births

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