Table 5

Prioritised core indicators selected by pilot countries

EthiopiaNigeriaPakistan
1. Number of climate information centres established1 . Percentage of local government areas that submit timely monthly surveillance reports1 . Percentage of districts submitting online routine monthly reports to provinces, within agreed timelines
2. Proportion of community Disaster Risk Response committees/task force established members who have improved their technical capacity on disease risk management (DRM) system2. Proportion of healthcare workers trained/sensitised on integrated disease surveillance and response in the preceding year2 . Percentage of reporting units achieving satisfactory Data Quality Assurance score/mark increased
3. Proportion of regions that have coordination fora established and been supported in mainstreaming DRM3 . Percentage of deaths due to notifiable communicable diseases3 . Percentage of vertical programmes integrated with provincial MIS cell
4. Proportion of health facilities that report health service data to government reporting system4. Yellow fever immunisation coverage4 .Percentage of private sector hospitals and healthcare facilities regularly reporting using Pakistan Health Information System
5. Institutionalised and functional data quality assurance mechanism at (all) administrative levels5 . Percentage of States that timely submit disease surveillance reports5. Number of districts preparing annual health plans of actions considering the health issues emerging from the information system
6. Yearly routine data quality assessment report that demonstrates improvement in data quality (timeliness, accuracy and completeness of reports) including Expanded Programme of Immunisation data6. Full immunisation coverage6. Is there a policy or strategy that makes specific reference to social media use in the health domain?
7. Proportion of health administration levels with functional Surgical Information Systems by category (WorHO, ZHD, RHB)7. Maternal mortality rate7. Is there a national policy or strategy on the use of social media by government organisations?
8. Proportion of health facilities meet the national Health Information System (HIS) infrastructure standard by category and ownership8 . Percentage of private health providers participating in the Nigeria HMIS8. Is there a national Electronic Health Record (EHR) system?
9. Proportion of health Institutions with functional e-HMIS (health management information system) by category (Health Centre, Hospital, WorHO, ZHD, RHB)9. (i) Community health extension workers (CHEWs) and (ii) junior CHEWs density per 10 000 population9 . Percentage of primary care facilities with EHR
10. HIS governance in place including e-Health10 . Percentage of outbreak alerts investigated within 48 hours10. Is there a national laboratory information system?
11. Legislation (approved by parliament) governing the collection, processing and dissemination of health information in place11. Proportion of healthcare facilities with basic water supply11. Is there a national pathology information system?
12. National data repository and data warehouse12 . Percentage of health facilities that provide minimum health package12. Total agricultural exports (US$)
13. Proportion of reported outbreaks or rumours verified and investigated by Woreda Health office13 . Percentage of federal budget allocated to the health sector13. Statistical capacity indicator (composite score assessing the capacity of a country’s statistical system)
14. Proportion of health facilities submitting daily or weekly surveillance reports on time to the district14 . Percentage of state budget allocated to the health sector14 . Percentage of districts with their recognised surveillance sites having functional online surveillance for vaccine preventable diseases
15. Number of internally displaced persons (IDPs) for climate-induced reasons15. Number of (Afghan) individuals returning (to Afghanistan) from provinces of Pakistan
16. Livestock vaccinations among households who own livestock by place of residence16. Number of IDPs
  • Key - Green: indictors related to systems assessment relying on routine data collected at subnational levels; Orange: national-level indicators; Bold text: similar indicators prioritised in multiple countries.