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Table 2 Data collection tool for the interview with the village leaders and volunteers

From: Community-based maternal, newborn, and child health surveillance: perceptions and attitudes of local stakeholders towards using mobile phone by village health volunteers in the Kenge Health Zone, Democratic Republic of Congo

Nbr Items
1 What are the health issues of under-five children in your village?
2 What are health services for under-five children in your village?
3 What is the current community-based surveillance for under-five children health services?
4 Do you know how to use mobile phone applications?
5 If you receive a mobile phone for MNCH surveillance-related services, what other needs will you use it for?
6 Would you want to participate in the MNCH surveillance using mobile phones?
7 Can you use a mobile phone to collect data at households? Yes/No
8 Can you analyze MNCH data collected with a mobile phone application? Yes/No
9 What type of incentives can you receive to undertake MNCH surveillance?
10 How many households can you visit per day?
11 Who is the appropriate respondent for MNHC collection at the household?
12 What is the best time to collect MNCH data at the household?
13 Do you usually receive support for MNCH surveillance from local health center nurses?
14 Do you usually receive support for MNCH surveillance from Health Zone authorities?