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Table 2 Key input and output indicators for Amajuba District collected during the participatory assessment phase

From: Improving the coverage of the PMTCT programme through a participatory quality improvement intervention in South Africa

KEY INPUT INDICATORS
Condition of Effectiveness Tracer indicator n (Frequency)
Quality of services and human resources % clinical staff trained in PMTCT 28/105 (27%)
  % clinical staff trained in HIV and infant feeding counseling 29/105 (28%)
  % clinical staff trained in HIV counselling and testing 48/105 (46%)
  % lay counsellors with accredited training 34/35 (97%)
Access and continued use of services % facilities taking first antenatal bookings every day of the week 10/15 (67%)
  % facilities with CD4 testing available 12/15 (80%)
  % facilities with PCR testing available 14/15 (93%)
Availability of key resources and management systems % facilities receiving at least one visit by the district MCH supervisor in the previous six months 7/15 (47%)
  % facilities receiving at least one visit by the district PHC supervisor in the previous six months 12/15 (80%)
  % facilities receiving at least one visit by the district PMTCT supervisor in the previous six months 5/15 (33%)
  % facilities out of stock of rapid test kits 1/15 (7%)
  % facilities out of stock of nevirapine tablets 1/15 (7%)
  % facilities with IEC materials about VCT 11/15 (73%)
  % lay counsellors with dedicated counselling rooms 16/34 (47%)
KEY OUTPUT INDICATORS (January to June 2007)
Proportion antenatal clients tested for HIV 5350/6064 (88%)
CD4 testing rate 1220/3071 (40%)
Nevirapine uptake rate among pregnant women with HIV 1750/3071 (57%)
Nevirapine uptake rate among babies born to women with HIV 452/3071 (15%)
HIV testing rate amongst HIV exposed infants at 6 weeks 740/3071 (24%)