Kenya Signature Programme Endline Evaluation Report

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Population Council,Save the Children UK

Save the Children designed a health programme known as the Kenya Signature Programme (KSP) in collaboration with the county governments of Bungoma, Busia, and Wajir counties in Kenya as well as the Reproductive, Maternal Health Services, Neonatal, Child and Adolescent Health, and Community Health Services units of the country’s Ministry of Health (MoH). KSP implemented evidence-based interventions throughout the continuum of care, from pregnancy to early childhood, that are both replicable and scalable, and can generate positive results for children and mothers while contributing to accelerated reductions in maternal and newborn mortality in the targeted counties. This endline evaluation assesses the household survey and health facility data, compared with baseline and midline evaluation indicators to assess changes over time.

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