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A baseline survey for Mobile Health Unit Project in Delhi Project-“Health Care at the Doorstep, 2010-11, Save the Children India

Brief about the project: The project was launched in six selected districts of Delhi with an aim to improve the health status of the population of ten selected slum clusters in each district. The key objectives of the project were to provide Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and Nutrition (RMNCH) care as well as to create community awareness on issues of environmental, sanitation & hygiene and other health and nutrition related behaviors. For the baseline survey, sample of 1560 households (260 households from each district) was selected using systematic random sampling method and a mix of both quantitative as well as qualitative research tools were used. The information was collected at household level as well as service provider’s level.