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Table 1 Characteristics of indicator sets identified

From: A systematic review of monitoring and evaluation indicators for sexual and reproductive health in humanitarian settings

Source, Year Title Intended Setting Intended Stage of Emergency Number Indicators Included in Mapping by SRMH Domain Data Sources Used for Indicators Resources Available
ARH CAC FP GBV HIV MH STI Facilities Service Providers Affected Population Program Records Not Specified
IAWG, 2010 [15] MISP Indicators All humanitarian settings Acute 0 0 0 2 3 1 0     • Some data collection guidance provided in IAFM manual
IAWG, 2010 [15] Comprehensive Reproductive Health Service Indicators All humanitarian settings Extended 4 4 4 4 6 14 4   • Some data collection guidance provided in IAFM manual
CDC, 2013 [13] Indicators for Pregnant and Postpartum Women after Disaster Post-disaster settings in the United States Acute 0 0 3 6 0 5 1       • Extensive data collection guidance and data collection instruments available upon requestc
  Health Information System Standards and Indicators Camp and urban settingsa Both 1 0 2 4 22 19 4      • Extensive data collection guidance, data collection instruments, data entry software, and automated analysis available online via UNHCR’s Twine systemd
• System for ongoing data collection and reporting
• Centralized data repository
CDC, 2007 [11] Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict-Affected Women Key Indicator List Conflict-affected settings Both 0 0 6 13 7 8 3       • Extensive data collection guidance, data collection instruments, and analysis guidance available online in Toolkite
• Web-based trainings on data collection and data use also available online
Sphere Project, 2011 [3] Sphere Standards Indicators All humanitarian settings Both 0 0 0 1 4 4 1     • Some guidance on data collection provided in Sphere Handbook
  Response Monitoring Indicator List for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and Nutrition in Emergencies All humanitarian settings Both 0 0 0 0 2 3 0   • Some guidance on data collection provided in Guide to Maternal, Newborn and Child Health and Nutrition in Emergencies
  OCHA Indicators Registry All humanitarian settings Both 0 0 0 10 0 4 0     • Guidance on data collection and suggested tools provided for some indicators but not others on registry websitef
• Suggested data collection tools include the WHO’s SARAg health facility assessment tool, and the HeRAMSh approach
IAWG, 2017 [16] MISP Process Evaluation Indicatorsb All humanitarian settings Both    • Extensive data collection guidance, data collection instruments, and analysis guidance available online in Toolkiti
  1. aWhere health facilities are managed by UNHCR implementing partners-- two different versions available
  2. bNot included in mapping as these indicators are intended for assessing MISP implementation, rather than monitoring SRMH services over time and across settings; however, this indicator set covers all domains
  3. cThis indicator set is part of the Reproductive Health Assessment after Disasters (RHAD) toolkit which is being updated and is projected to be available in 2020; data collection tools are currently available upon request from the CDC’s Emergency Preparedness and Response Team in the Division of Reproductive Health
  4. dAvailable at: http://twine.unhcr.org/app/
  5. eAvailable at: https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/global/tools/crisissituations.htm
  6. fAvailable at: https://ir.hpc.tools/
  7. gService Availability and Readiness Assessment: available at http://www.who.int/healthinfo/systems/sara_introduction/en/
  8. hHealth Resources Availability Monitoring System: available at: http://www.who.int/hac/herams/en/
  9. iAvailable at: http://iawg.net/resource/misp-process-evaluation-tools-2017/