Tanzania SPA 2014-15 Summary Findings

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The 2014 -15 Tanzania Service Provision Assessment (TSPA) is the second SPA survey in the country. The first SPA was conducted in 2006. The survey was designed to collect information from a sample of all functioning health facilities in the country on the delivery of health care services and to examine the preparedness of facilities to provide quality health services in child health, family planning, maternal and newborn care, HIV, sexually transmitted infections, non-communicable diseases, and tuberculosis.

The 2014-15 TSPA sampled 1,188 facilities throughout all regions of Tanzania. The results of the assessment are presented by facility type, managing authority, and for the 25 regions in Tanzania Mainland and 5 regions in Zanzibar. The 2014-15 TSPA was implemented by the National Bureau of Statistics and the Office of Chief Government Statistics, Zanzibar in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare, Mainland; and Ministry of Health, Zanzibar.


ICF International provided technical assistance through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID)-funded The DHS Program


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