Analytical summary - Universal coverage
- Descriptive summary
The use of health services is average. This situation is strongly influenced by socioeconomic status of households and image of health facilities as perceived by households. The low purchasing power explains the use of self-medication as first-line (46%) of household heads, the health facility involved in second-line (26.7%). In CSI, the average utilization rate of curative consultation is 0.3 new cases per inhabitant per year in urban areas and 0.18 new cases in rural areas; utilization of prenatal care, is is around 54.3%, the coverage rate of consultation with children under 5 years is equal to 52.5% in rural areas and 35% in urban areas, the coverage rates achieved for antigens of reference are respectively 65.4% for DTC3P3, and 66.5% for TT2 in 2005. Overall, the use of CSI remains low because of frequent stock outs of essential drugs generic information of the sub-communities on health initiatives and weaknesses in the supervision and monitoring activities.
- Free management of malaria in pregnant women and children from 0 to 15 years
- Health coverage is still low in CSI streamlined resulting in the slow implementation of the NHDP.
- Increased health coverage CSI national public and private hospitals and reference respectively streamlined offering of LDCs and ACP including comprehensive health services of the FAC;
- reducing exclusions and inequalities in access to care and quality services in relation to gender, poverty and other factors;