The overall objective of the Service Availability and Readiness Assessment is to assess on a regular basis service delivery (availability and readiness) and conduct data verification in public and private facilities. This evidence-based information collected as an independent verification aims to provide regular and reliable information on progress and performance of the health system. It is intended to be conducted according to the country planning cycle to provide a one-time key information on service delivery and data quality of the HMIS (data verification and DQRC) in order to inform the health sector review.
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