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KEY INDICATORS

Country: PERU                       Funding Year: 1996-2000

New or Expansion Project: NEW       Baseline/Midterm/Final Progress based on KPC Surveys

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INDICATORS

BASELINE

Numerator (N)

Denominator (D)

Percent (P)

MIDTERM

Numerator (N)

Denominator (D)

Percent (P)

FINAL

Numerator (N)

Denominator (D)

Percent (P)

Percentage

Increase/

Decrease

1

NUT: Initiation of breastfeeding-Percent of infants/children (less than 24 months) who were breastfed within 8 hours after birth

N=133  

D=206

P=64.6%

N=152

D=207

P=73.4%

N=205

D=250

P=82%

Total  + 17.4

From Midterm

+ 8.6

2

NUT: Exclusive breastfeeding-Percent of infants under four months, who are being given only breast milk.

N=0

D=0

P=0%

N=27

D=41

P=65.9%

N=24

D=35

P=68.5%

Total  + 68.5

From Midterm

+ 2.6

3

NUT: Persistence of breastfeeding-Percent of children between 20 and 24 months, who are still breastfeeding (and being given semisolid foods.

N=7

D=44

P=15.9%

N=4

D=26

P=15.4%

N=82

D=196

P=14.5%

Total  +25.9

From Midterm

-0.9

4

CDD: Continued breastfeeding-Percent of infants/children with diarrhea in the past two weeks who were given the same amount or more breast milk.

N=72

D=205

P=35.1%

N=52

D=95

P=54.3%

N=54

D=101

P=53.5%

Total  + 18.4

From Midterm

-0.8

5

CDD: Continued fluids-Percent of infants/children (less than 24 months) with diarrhea in the past two weeks who were given the same amount or more fluids other than breast milk.

N=104

D=144

P=72.2%

N=78

D=104

P=75%

N=57

D=102

P=55.9%

Total  - 16.3

From Midterm

-19.1

6

CDD: Continued foods-Percent of infants/children (less than 24 months) with diarrhea in the past two weeks who were given the same amount or more food.

N=89

D=144

P=61.8%

N=49

D=104

P=47.1%

N=46

D=102

P=45.1

Total   - 16.7

From Midterm

-2.0

7

CDD: ORT usage-Percent of infants/children(less than 24 months) with diarrhea in the past two weeks who were treated with ORT.

N=108

D=206

P=52.4%

N=87

D=136

P=63.9%

N=51

D=102

P=50.0%

Total  -2.4

From Midterm

- 13.9

8

EPI: Access-Percent of children 12 to 23 months who received DPT 1

N=60

D=63

P=95.2%

N=70

D=73

P=95.9%

N=72

D=73

P=98.6%

Total   + 3.1

From Midterm

+ 2.4

9

EPI: Coverage-Percent of children 12 to 23 months who received OPV 3.

N=59

D=63

P=93.7%

N=70

D=73

P=95.9%

N=73

D=73

P=100%

Total   + 6.3

From Midterm

+4.1

10

EPI: Measles Coverage-Percent of children 12 to 23 months who received measles vaccine.

N=58

D=63

P=92.1%

N=62

D=73

P=84.9%

N=55

D=73

75.3%

Total  - 16.8

From Midterm

- 9.6

11

EPI: Drop out rate-Percent change between DPT1 and DPT3 doses (DPT1-DPT3) for children 12 to 23 months.

N=63

D=63

P=0%

N=1

D=73

P=1.4%

N=73

D=73

P=0%

Total   0.0

From Midterm

- 1.4

12

MC: Modern contraceptive usage-Percent of mothers who desire no more children in the next two years or are not sure, who are using a modern contraceptive method.

N=133

D=214

P=62.1%

N=222

D=380

P=58.4%

N=174

D=226

P=77.0%

Total  + 14.9

From Midterm

+18.6

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