Burkina Faso - Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Household Baseline Survey

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The baseline survey on impact evaluation for Health Performance-Based Financing (PBF) in Burkina Faso was conducted in six regions of Burkina Faso from October 2013 to March 2014. The main objective of the impact evaluation is to assess the impact of the PBF intervention on quality of care and health care utilization for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health services, while the baseline survey provides the empirical foundation for the assessment of impacts on a large variety of indicators. The endline wave of the impact evaluation is planned from March - June 2017. Data collection for the baseline survey included a household survey and a facility-based survey. The baseline household survey is documented here. The household survey included information on 6,224 households in five regions (non-randomized region Centre-Ouest was excluded from the analysis). Data on household socioeconomic status, health behavior and health outcomes was collected using CAPI household questionnaires.

Type: 
Microdata
Acronym: 
HRBFIE-HBL 2013
Languages Supported: 
English
Topics: 
Topic not specified
Geographical Coverage: 
Burkina Faso
Economy Coverage: 
Economy Coverage not specified
Release Date: 
January 17, 2017

Last Updated

Last Updated: 
July 20, 2019

Harvest System ID

Harvest System ID: 
Microdata

Harvest Source ID

Harvest Source ID: 
9182
Disclaimer: 
The user of the data acknowledges that the original collector of the data, the authorized distributor of the data, and the relevant funding agency bear no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses.
Version Description: 
v01 (January 2017)
Publisher Name: 

Development Data Group; The World Bank

Funding Name, Abbreviation, Role: 
World Bank, Health Results Innovation Trust Fund
Other Acknowledgments: 
Centre Muraz, Ministry of Health; Government of Burkina Faso
Study Type: 
Other Household Health Survey
Series Information: 
Results-based financing (RBF) in the health sector has been defined as a financing mechanism where cash or non-monetary transfers are made to a national or sub-national government, manager, provider, payer or consumer of health services after predefined service delivery or health outcomes results have been attained and verified. An increasing number of countries are implementing RBF approaches as an alternative to input-based financing, and many of these countries have been employing a performance-based financing approach, a particular type of RBF in which health facilities are rewarded monetarily for producing predefined results in terms of quantity and quality of agreed services, subject to verification of those outputs by an independent party. The Health Results Innovation Trust Fund (HRITF) was created in 2007 to support results-based financing approaches in the health sector. Through RBF, the HRITF aims to improve maternal and child health around the world. HRITF is supported by the Governments of Norway through Norad and the United Kingdom through the Department for International Development (DFID). It is administered by the World Bank. HRITF has committed $396 million for 36 RBF programs in 30 countries, linked to $2.2 billion in financing from IDA - the World Bank's fund for the poorest.
Universe: 
Selected districts in Centre-Nord, Nord, Sud-Ouest, Centre-Est and Boucle du Mouhoun
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Paul Jacob Robyn; The World Bank, Aurelia Souares; University of Heidelberg, Herve Hien; Centre Muraz
Sampling Procedure: 
Surveyed households were selected using a cluster sampling technique. First, clusters were defined in relation to the catchment area of each of the 415 primary health care facilities included in the study. Second, one village was randomly selected within each cluster. Third, 15 households were randomly selected for interview among all households meeting the inclusion criteria in each village. A preliminary numbering procedure enabled the identification of all the selected households in the village and the verification of their inclusion criteria; in other words, the procedure allowed identification of households with at least one pregnant woman or a woman who gave birth within the last two years.
Response Rates: 
100%
Questionnaires: 
Questionnaires were based on HRITF Impact Evaluation Toolkit templates. The following questionnaires were used: 1) Household Questionnaire - Questionnaire C1 Depending on a section, the questionnaire was administered to the head of household or the best informed household member, and the mother or the main guardian of children younger than 15 years old. 2) Household Female Questionnaire - Questionnaire C2 Depending on a section, the questionnaire was administered to all female members of the household 15-49 years old, women who had delivered a baby within the two years preceding the survey, and a mother or main guardian of children younger than 5 years old. In addition to collecting data through household questionnaires, the survey teams performed the following tests/measurements: 1) Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT) for malaria for all children less than 5 years old and pregnant women present in the household during the visit, 2) RDTs for anemia for all children younger than 5 years old and pregnant and nonpregnant women who had delivered a baby in the preceding 2 years present in the household during the visit, 3) Weight and height of all children less than 5 years old present in the household during the survey team's visit.
Data Collector(s) Name: 
Centre Muraz
Other Processing: 
The scope of the household survey includes: - Household socio-economic status (consumption, expenditure, revenues and household assets) - Health seeking behaviors, barriers to use and health service use - Household health expenditures - General perceptions of health service quality health services - Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT) for malaria, anemia - Anthropometric measures for children younger than 5 years old
Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 

World Bank

Time Periods: 
August, 2017

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Use of the dataset must be acknowledged using a citation which would include: - the Identification of the Primary Investigator - the title of the survey (including country, acronym and year of implementation) - the survey reference number - the source and date of download Example, Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank; Aurelia Souares, University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien, Centre Muraz. Burkina Faso Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Household Baseline Survey (HRBFIE-HBL). Ref. BFA_2013_HRBFIE-HBL_v01_M. Dataset downloaded from [URL] on [date].

The baseline survey on impact evaluation for Health Performance-Based Financing (PBF) in Burkina Faso was conducted in six regions of Burkina Faso from October 2013 to March 2014. The main objective of the impact evaluation is to assess the impact of the PBF intervention on quality of care and health care utilization for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health services, while the baseline survey provides the empirical foundation for the assessment of impacts on a large variety of indicators. The endline wave of the impact evaluation is planned from March - June 2017. Data collection for the baseline survey included a household survey and a facility-based survey. The baseline household survey is documented here. The household survey included information on 6,224 households in five regions (non-randomized region Centre-Ouest was excluded from the analysis). Data on household socioeconomic status, health behavior and health outcomes was collected using CAPI household questionnaires.

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Acronym: 
HRBFIE-HBL 2013
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Access Authority Name, Affiliation, Email: 
World Bank
Disclaimer: 
The user of the data acknowledges that the original collector of the data, the authorized distributor of the data, and the relevant funding agency bear no responsibility for use of the data or for interpretations or inferences based upon such uses.
Response Rates: 
100%
Time Periods: 
August, 2017
Data Collector(s) Name: 
Centre Muraz
Economy Coverage: 
Other Acknowledgments: 
Centre Muraz, Ministry of Health; Government of Burkina Faso
Primary Investigator Name, Affiliation: 
Paul Jacob Robyn; The World Bank, Aurelia Souares; University of Heidelberg, Herve Hien; Centre Muraz
Funding Name, Abbreviation, Role: 
World Bank, Health Results Innovation Trust Fund
Publisher Name: 
Development Data Group; The World Bank
Terms of Use: 
Version Description: 
v01 (January 2017)
Subtitle: 
Household Baseline Survey
Universe: 
Selected districts in Centre-Nord, Nord, Sud-Ouest, Centre-Est and Boucle du Mouhoun
Geographical Coverage: 
Data Classification of a Dataset: 
Series Information: 
Results-based financing (RBF) in the health sector has been defined as a financing mechanism where cash or non-monetary transfers are made to a national or sub-national government, manager, provider, payer or consumer of health services after predefined service delivery or health outcomes results have been attained and verified. An increasing number of countries are implementing RBF approaches as an alternative to input-based financing, and many of these countries have been employing a performance-based financing approach, a particular type of RBF in which health facilities are rewarded monetarily for producing predefined results in terms of quantity and quality of agreed services, subject to verification of those outputs by an independent party. The Health Results Innovation Trust Fund (HRITF) was created in 2007 to support results-based financing approaches in the health sector. Through RBF, the HRITF aims to improve maternal and child health around the world. HRITF is supported by the Governments of Norway through Norad and the United Kingdom through the Department for International Development (DFID). It is administered by the World Bank. HRITF has committed $396 million for 36 RBF programs in 30 countries, linked to $2.2 billion in financing from IDA - the World Bank's fund for the poorest.
Sampling Procedure: 
Surveyed households were selected using a cluster sampling technique. First, clusters were defined in relation to the catchment area of each of the 415 primary health care facilities included in the study. Second, one village was randomly selected within each cluster. Third, 15 households were randomly selected for interview among all households meeting the inclusion criteria in each village. A preliminary numbering procedure enabled the identification of all the selected households in the village and the verification of their inclusion criteria; in other words, the procedure allowed identification of households with at least one pregnant woman or a woman who gave birth within the last two years.
Release Date: 
Tuesday, January 17, 2017
Last Updated Date: 
Saturday, July 20, 2019
Questionnaires: 
Questionnaires were based on HRITF Impact Evaluation Toolkit templates. The following questionnaires were used: 1) Household Questionnaire - Questionnaire C1 Depending on a section, the questionnaire was administered to the head of household or the best informed household member, and the mother or the main guardian of children younger than 15 years old. 2) Household Female Questionnaire - Questionnaire C2 Depending on a section, the questionnaire was administered to all female members of the household 15-49 years old, women who had delivered a baby within the two years preceding the survey, and a mother or main guardian of children younger than 5 years old. In addition to collecting data through household questionnaires, the survey teams performed the following tests/measurements: 1) Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT) for malaria for all children less than 5 years old and pregnant women present in the household during the visit, 2) RDTs for anemia for all children younger than 5 years old and pregnant and nonpregnant women who had delivered a baby in the preceding 2 years present in the household during the visit, 3) Weight and height of all children less than 5 years old present in the household during the survey team's visit.
Other Processing: 
The scope of the household survey includes: - Household socio-economic status (consumption, expenditure, revenues and household assets) - Health seeking behaviors, barriers to use and health service use - Household health expenditures - General perceptions of health service quality health services - Rapid Diagnostic Tests (RDT) for malaria, anemia - Anthropometric measures for children younger than 5 years old
Harvest Source: 
Harvest System ID: 
9182
Citation Text: 
Use of the dataset must be acknowledged using a citation which would include: - the Identification of the Primary Investigator - the title of the survey (including country, acronym and year of implementation) - the survey reference number - the source and date of download Example, Paul Jacob Robyn, The World Bank; Aurelia Souares, University of Heidelberg; Herve Hien, Centre Muraz. Burkina Faso Health Results-Based Financing Impact Evaluation 2013, Household Baseline Survey (HRBFIE-HBL). Ref. BFA_2013_HRBFIE-HBL_v01_M. Dataset downloaded from [URL] on [date].
Modified date: 
18097
Study Type: 
Other Household Health Survey
Primary Dataset: 
Yes
Mode of Data Collection: 

Computer Assisted Personal Interview

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