Nepal Health Facility Survey 2021: The second comprehensive sample survey of formal sector health facilities in Nepal. The first NHFS completed in 2015.
Objective: To provide information on the availability of essential health services in Nepal, the readiness of health facilities to provide those services, and the quality of client services.
Scope: NHFS 2021 provides estimates for the whole country, ecological regions, facility types, managing authorities, residence and each of the seven provinces.
Data Source: Health Facility Inventory, Health Worker Interview, Observations of ANC, FP, sick child and Normal delivery services, Exit Interview of Clients/Caretakers of ANC, FP, sick child and postpartum women.
Data collection: January 2021 thru September 2021 with 3 months break during the lockdowns.
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