A method for estimating maternal and newborn lives saved from health-related investments funded by the UK government Department for International Development using the Lives Saved Tool
作者: Ingrid K. FribergAngela BaschieriJo Abbotts
作者单位: 1Norwegian Institute of Public Health
2London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health
3Department for International Development
刊名: BMC Public Health, 2017, Vol.17 (4)
来源数据库: Springer Nature Journal
DOI: 10.1186/s12889-017-4748-z
关键词: ModellingLives Saved ToolMaternal mortalityNewborn mortalityDevelopment assistanceDepartment for International Development (DFID)ReproductiveMaternalNewborn
英文摘要: In 2010, the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID) committed through its 'Framework for results for reproductive, maternal and newborn health (RMNH)' to save 50,000 maternal lives and 250,000 newborn lives by 2015. They also committed to monitoring the performance of this portfolio of investments to demonstrate transparency and accountability. Methods currently available to directly measure lives saved are cost-, time-, and labour-intensive. The gold standard for calculating the total number of lives saved would require measuring mortality with large scale population based surveys or annual vital events surveillance. Neither is currently available in all low- and middle-income countries. Estimating the independent effect of DFID support relative to all other...
原始语种摘要: In 2010, the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID) committed through its 'Framework for results for reproductive, maternal and newborn health (RMNH)' to save 50,000 maternal lives and 250,000 newborn lives by 2015. They also committed to monitoring the performance of this portfolio of investments to demonstrate transparency and accountability. Methods currently available to directly measure lives saved are cost-, time-, and labour-intensive. The gold standard for calculating the total number of lives saved would require measuring mortality with large scale population based surveys or annual vital events surveillance. Neither is currently available in all low- and middle-income countries. Estimating the independent effect of DFID support relative to all other...
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  • estimating 价值估计
  • lives 生命
  • newborn 新生儿
  • maternal 母的
  • International 国际的国际性组织
  • income 收入
  • method 方法
  • monitoring 监视
  • labour 工作
  • portfolio 公事包