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Table 3 Summary table of high-impact coverage indicators modelled in LiST

From: Evaluation of the effectiveness of care groups in expanding population coverage of Key child survival interventions and reducing under-5 mortality: a comparative analysis using the lives saved tool (LiST)

Indicator LiST indicator LiST indicator description Standard CSHGP Project indicator description
ANC4 4 or more antenatal care visits (ANC4+) Percentage of women who attended 4 or more antenatal care visits during their most recent pregnancy Percentage of women who had a live birth in the 5 years preceding the survey who had 4 or more antenatal care visits during their most recent pregnancy
TT2 Tetanus toxoid (TT) vaccination Percentage of women who received 2 doses of tetanus toxoid during this pregnancy or ever Percentage of mothers with a child aged 0- < 24 months who received at least 2 tetanus toxoid injections before the birth of their youngest child
IFA Multiple micronutrient supplementation Percentage of pregnant women taking a multiple micronutrient supplement daily Percentage of women with a birth in the 5 years preceding the survey who took iron tablets or syrup for 90 or more days during their most recent pregnancy
IPTp Pregnant women protected via intermittent treatment of malaria or use of an ITN Percentage of pregnant women receiving 2+ doses of SP/Fansidar during pregnancy or sleeping under an insecticide treated bed net Percentage of women who took 2+ doses of SP/Fansidar during pregnancy for last live birth
SBA Skilled birth attendance Percentage of children born who were attended by a skilled attendant (such as a doctor, nurse or midwife)a Percentage of children aged 0- < 24 months whose births were attended by skilled health personnela
EBF Exclusive breast feeding Percentage of children 0- < 6 months of age receiving only breast milk for food (plus medication, vaccines, and vitamins) Percentage of children 0- < 6 months of age who were exclusively breastfed during the previous 24 h
Comp Feed Complementary feeding Percentage of children 6- < 24 months of age receiving all three ICYF practices: continued breastfeeding, appropriate quantity of foods, and dietary diversity Percentage of children 6- < 9 months of age receiving breast milk and complementary foods
PPV Postnatal preventive care Visit to a health professional (or home visit from a trained health worker) within 2 days of delivery Percentage of children aged 0- < 24 months who received a post-natal visit from an appropriate trained health worker within 3 days after birth
Vit A Vitamin A supplementation Percentage of children 6–59 months of age receiving 2 doses of Vitamin A during the last 12 months Percentage of children aged 6‐ < 24 months who received a dose of Vitamin A in the last 6 months
ITN Insecticide-treated bed net Percentage of households owning at least 1 insecticide-treated bed net or protected by indoor residual spraying Percentage of children aged 0‐ < 24 months who slept under an insecticide‐treated bed net (in malaria risk areas, where bed net use is effective) the previous night
Meas Measles Percentage of children 12- < 24 months who have received 1 dose of measles vaccine Percentage of children aged 12- < 24 months who have received a measles vaccine
Full Vacc Full vaccination with EPI vaccines Percentage of children 12- < 24 months of age who have received 3 doses of DPT vaccine Percentage of children aged 12–23 months who received 3 doses of DPT vaccine before they reached 12 months
Hand Wash Hand washing with soap Percentage of mothers using appropriate hand washing practices including washing hands with soap, ash, or other materials and using adequate water after handling feces and before preparing food Percentage of caretakers with children aged 0- < 24 months who reported washing hands with soap before food preparation, before child feeding, and after defecation
Latrine Improved sanitation Percentage of households with access to improved sanitation Percentage of households using flush toilet or ventilated improved pit latrine
ORT Oral rehydration therapy Percentage of children with diarrhea treated with oral rehydration solution, including sachets or pre-mixed solutions Percentage of children aged 0- < 24 months with diarrhea in the previous 2 weeks who received oral rehydration solution (ORS) and/or recommended home fluids
Abx Pneum Oral antibiotics: case management of pneumonia in children Percentage of children with suspected pneumonia treated with appropriate antibiotics Percentage of the children aged 0- < 24 months with cough and fast and or difficult breathing during the previous 2 weeks who were taken to an appropriate health provider
Mal Treat Antimalarial/artemesinin compounds for malaria Percentage of children treated within 48 h of the onset of fever in malaria endemic areas with an artemesinin containing compound Percentage of children aged 0- < 24 months with a febrile episode during the previous 2 weeks who were treated with an effective anti-malarial drug within 24 h after the fever began