|Health||H-A.7||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number of health workers per 10,000 population||
Key indicator to monitor the availability of health workers. It can serve as a proxy to monitor equity in the allocation of resources by humanitarian actors across different groups within the humanitarian case load and/or crisis affected population versus local populations.
|Health||H-A.8||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number of Community Health Workers per 10,000 population||
Indicator monitoring the availability of human resources key to delivering community-based intervention.
|Health||H-A.9||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care, H2 Child health, H3 Communicable diseases, H4 Sexual and Reproductive Health||Number and percentage of functional health facilities providing selected relevant services||
Proxy indicator for the physical availability and geographical accessibility of selected services relevant to the local context.
|Health||H-A.9a||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number and Percentage of non functional health facilities||
Indicator of the consequence of the crisis on the availability of the health services
|Health||H-A.9b||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number and Percentage of health facilities supported by humanitarian organisations||
Indicator of support by health cluster partners beside MoH to the health system; in very disrupted health system can be a proxy for functional health facilities/services as non-supported health facilities have stopped functioning
|Health||H-C.1||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number of outpatient consultations per person per year (attendance rate or consultation rate)||
Proxy indicator for accessibility and utilization of health services that may reflect the quality of services. It does not measure the coverage of this service, but the average number of visits in a defined population.
|Health||H-C.2||H1 General clinical services & essential trauma care||Number of consultations per clinician per day||
Measure for the workload and proxy indicator of the quality of care.
|Health||H-C.3||H5 Non communicable diseases and mental health, H6 Environmental Health||Coverage of measles vaccination (%)||
Measles coverage refers to the percentage of children who have received at least one dose of measles-containing vaccine in a given year. This indicator is used for estimating the vaccine coverage of the total EPI strategy. To avoid overestimation, measles vaccination coverage is often used as a proxy since it is usually lower than DPT3 coverage.
|Health||H-C.4||H2 Child health||coverage of DTP3 in < 1 year old (%)||
Indicators used for estimating the vaccine coverage of the total EPI strategy. To avoid overestimation, measles vaccination coverage is often used as a proxy since it is usually lower than DTP3 coverage.
|Health||H-C.5||H4.2 Maternal and newborn care||Percentage of births assisted by a skilled attendant||
Proxy measure for the utilization rate of obstetrics services in health facilities and in communities where Village-Trained Midwives are operating. It is a measure of a health system?s ability to provide adequate care for pregnant women during labour and delivery.