Erratum on the Rwanda Demographic and Health Survay 2010 final report | Date of correction: December 2, 2014 | Correction: Page 84, Table 6.6 - Table 6.6 has been rerun to correct an error in the total wanted fertility rate calculation. The corrected table is shown below. Only the total wanted fertility rate is affected by this change; the total fertility rate remains unchanged.
The government of Rwanda conducted the 2010 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (RDHS) to gather up-to-date information for monitoring progress on healthcare programs and policies in Rwanda, including the Economic Development and Poverty Reduction Strategy (EDPRS), the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs),
and Vision 2020. The 2010 RDHS is a follow-up to the 1992, 2000, 2005, and 2007-08 RDHS surveys. Each survey provides data on background characteristics of the respondents, demographic and health indicators, household health expenditures, and domestic violence. The target groups in these surveys were women age 15-49 and men age 15-59
who were randomly selected from households across the country. Information about children age 5 and under also was collected, including the weight and height of the children.
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This fact sheet summarizes the key quality of care indicators in the areas of antenatal care, family planning, and sick child care, across the recent SPA surveys in Haiti, Senegal, Kenya, Namibia, Rwanda, and Uganda. Data can be compared across countries or, as in the Kenya example, by type of facility, managing authority, and subnational region, as well as over time for trend analysis.
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