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Title: Antenatal Care Coverage: Comparison between National and International Data and Metadata


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Antenatal Care Coverage Comparison between
National and International Data and Metadata
  • Workshop on MDG Monitoring to 2015 and beyond
  • Bangkok, 9-13 July 2012
  • Cambodia Experience

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Metadata
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Metadata
Metadata Selected Key Elements
Country Definition International Definition
Two definition were used at the country level 1- Country used the same MDG definition Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit) is the percentage of women aged 15-49 with a live birth in a given time period that received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel at least once during pregnancy, as a percentage of women age 15-49 years with a live birth in a given time period (NIS National Institute of Statistics). 2- The proportion of the pregnant women that received antenatal care services from public health facilities (health centers, referral hospitals, and national hospitals) by trained health personnel (at least one visit) during pregnancy, expressed as percentage of the total number of expected pregnancies (HMIS, Ministry of Health) Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit) is the percentage of women aged 15-49 with a live birth in a given time period that received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel at least once during pregnancy, as a percentage of women age 15-49 years with a live birth in a given time period.
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Metadata Selected Key Elements
Calculation of estimate for MDG by country Calculation of estimate for MDG by international
1) The number of women aged 15-49 with a live birth in a given time period that received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel at least once (four times) during pregnancy, is expressed as a percentage of women aged 15-49 with a live birth in the same period. 2) Number of pregnant women that received antenatal care provided by trained health personnel from any public health facility (health centers, referral hospitals, o r national hospitals) during pregnancy (at least one visit) divided by total expected pregnancy women, and multiply the result by 100. To estimate the total expected pregnant women, a crude birth rate based on the 2008 population census and a mid-year population projection has been used. Antenatal care coverage (at least one visit) is the percentage of women aged 15-49 with a live birth in a given time period that received antenatal care provided by skilled health personnel at least once during pregnancy, as a percentage of women age 15-49 years with a live birth in a given time period.
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Metadata Selected Key Elements
Data Sources Data Sources
Country Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey (CDHS) Cambodia Socio-Economic Survey (CSES) Health Management Information System (HMIS) International Cambodia Demographic and Health Survey (CDHS)
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Country Data Availability ANC1
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Country Data Availability ANC4
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Comparison of national and international Data
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Comparison of national and international data
National data National data National data National data National data Discrepancies and Causes Data available at UNICEF Data available at UNICEF Data available at UNICEF Data available at UNICEF
Year Data on 1 visit Source Data on 4 visits Source Discrepancies and Causes Source Data on 4 visits Data on 1 visit Year
1990         No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1990
1991 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1991
1992 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1992
1993 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1993
1994 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1994
1995 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1995
1996 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1996
1997 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1997
1998 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. MOH, National Health Survey 1998 34.3 1998
1999 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 1999
2000 37.7 CDHS 8.9 CDHS No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. DHS 2000 8.9 37.7 2000
2001 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2001
2002 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2002
2003 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2003
2004 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2004
2005 69.3 CDHS 27.0 CDHS No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. DHS 2005 27.0 69.3 2005
2006 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2006
2007 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2007
2008 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2008
2009 No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. 2009
2010 89.1 CDHS 59.4 CDHS No data differences. Reason of missing data in 1998 due to country considered the one-off survey. DHS 2010 89.1 2010

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Country and International Data ANC1
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Country and International Data ANC4
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