Report

Community Based Newborn Care in Ethiopia: Quality of CBNC programme assessment Midline Evaluation Report March 2017

by Dr Della Berhanu and Dr Bilal Avan

published 24 June 2017

The results of a quality of care assessment of the Ethiopian Community Based Newborn Care (CBNC) programme, conducted in late 2015. This report focuses on the delivery of newborn care and illness management services within a community setting, primarily by health extension workers. Facility readiness, system integration, health workforce potential and health extension worker competence to provide quality newborn care services all formed part of the quality of care assessment.

Mulu and her son Barakas, Dejen, Ethiopia. Copyright Paolo Patruno Photography 2015
Mulu and her son Barakas, Dejen, Ethiopia. Copyright Paolo Patruno Photography 2015

Citation

Berhanu, D; Avan, B; (2017) Community Based Newborn Care in Ethiopia: Quality of CBNC programme assessment Midline Evaluation Report March 2017. Technical Report.

Authors

Dr Della Berhanu

IDEAS Ethiopia Country Coordinator and Research Fellow

Dr Bilal Avan

Associate Professor

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ISBN

978-0-9576834-7-1