In line with international best practices and project milestones, Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) contracted Health Systems Consult Limited (HSCL) as an independent research agency to conduct a Mid-line and End-line assessment of the routine immunization grant implemented by CHAI Nigeria in six focus states including Kano, Lagos, Rivers Nasarawa, Niger and Yobe.

Project Goal

To track Chai Health Access Initiative progress in achieving the intended project outcomes.

Objectives

  • Determine the extent to which training of RI personnel has improved capacities at different levels of service delivery
  • Evaluate the current capacities for cold chain management at state, LGA and health facility levels
  • Assess the data demand and use at various levels of service delivery points for routine immunization programming
  • Assess the extent to which strengthening of routine immunization (RI), and technical working groups (TWGs) has improved state ownership, institutionalization, and functionality of the TWGs
  • Assess the adequacy of local routine immunization planning and funding for the sustainability of routine immunization interventions

Related Activities

  • Design of assessment methodology
  • Development of evaluation tools
  • Recruitment and training of personnel for data collection
  • Desk reviews of relevant Project documents
  • Collection of data from the field
  • Analysis of primary data and
  • Development of a final report on findings for the client