Published: November 2015
Published: November 2015
We discuss 2015 program monitoring in our full review.
Here we present data from a small subset of results from 2013-2014 programs that we judged were fairly easy to interpret, relevant to assessing the programs' quality, and represented examples from a variety of the program areas monitored.1
|Description||Bihar 2014||Delhi 2013||Rajasthan 2013|
|Schools that had officials attend official training||77%2||72% in schools, 69% in pre-schools||91% in schools, 70% in pre-schools|
|Teachers who followed the correct recording protocol||86%||73% in schools, 85% in pre-schools||85% in schools, 93% in pre-schools|
|Teachers who told children to chew tablets before swallowing||95.02%3||84% in schools, 83% in pre-schools||99% in schools, N/A in pre-schools4|
|Teachers who administered the deworming tablets after the children ate their meals||98%||95% in schools, 99% in pre-schools||98% in schools, 95% in pre-schools|
|Teachers who identified sick children before administering the tablet||90%||92%||97%|
|Schools where the monitor observed cases of adverse events||6%||N/A||N/A|
|Children who were aware of the purpose of the tablet||90%||71% in schools, N/A in pre-schools||83% in schools, N/A in pre-schools|
|Schools where drugs were available by deworming day||95%||98%5||86%6|
|Schools where drugs were exposed to direct sunlight in storage||9%||5% in schools, 7% in pre-schools7||2% in schools, 3% in pre-schools8|
|Schools where drug storage was wet/damp||4%||3% in schools, 3% in pre-schools9||3% in schools, 3% in pre-schools|
|State||Year||# of school-aged children||# of preschool-aged children||# of adults||% reporting|
|Bihar11||2012||16,265,432||-||601,956||97% of blocks|
|Bihar12||2014||16,225,546||-||1,244,973||92% of schools13|
|Bihar14||2015||18,718,18415||-||1,775,866||99.8% of schools|
|Delhi16||2012||1,894,18917||656,99718||159,23519||82% of schools and pre-schools20|
|Delhi21||2013||1,704,361||678,156||None reported||80% of schools22|
|Delhi23||2015||1,828,562||1,072,193 (includes some older children)24||None reported||100% of schools and pre-schools|
|Rajasthan25||2012||6,950,363||3,866,056||None reported||98% of blocks26|
|Rajasthan27||2013||6,691,558||4,151,147||None reported||Not reported|
|Rajasthan28||2015||7,147,52929||4,711,239||567,401||94% of schools and 99% of pre-schools|
|Madhya Pradesh30||2015||10,073,83031||Uncertain32||None reported||100% of schools and pre-schools|
These reports contain all of the questions and results:
- DtWI Delhi 2013 program report, Pgs 21-25
- DtWI Rajasthan 2013 program report, Pgs 36-41
- DtWI Bihar 2014 program report annex 2
- The descriptions in the table are based on the descriptions Deworm the World used, though there was some variation across reports and we have modified them slightly for clarity.
- 2. Bihar reported further details including that 19% of teachers administering drugs did not receive any training. We are not sure how to reconcile these apparently conflicting numbers; for example, it could be due to reporting on different samples or the former question being more limited to "official" training.
- 3. This is according to monitor observations of teachers; according to child interviews 88% were told to chew the pills.
- 4. In pre-schools, children swallowed syrups rather than taking pills. For example, see Pg 6 of report.
- 5. Taken from chart on Pg 25 that shows 2.3% of institutions were without drugs on deworming day
- 6. Taken from chart on Pg 41 that shows 14.4% of schools and pre-schools were without drugs on deworming day
- 7. These are the data on tablets for schools and syrups for pre-schools. They are derived from the reported numbers of drugs stored away from direct sunlight of 95% and 93%
- 8. These data are derived from the reported numbers of drugs stored away from direct sunlight of 98% and 97%
- 9. These are the data on tablets for schools and syrups for pre-schools
- 10. DtWI Bihar 2011 coverage data
- 11. DtWI Bihar 2012 coverage data
- 12. DtWI coverage data 2013 - 2014
- 13. "In total, 64,724 schools out of the 70,675 targeted schools submitted their summary forms." DtWI Bihar 2014 program report, Pg 27.
- 14. DtWI Bihar 2015 Program report, Pg 4
- 15. Sum of enrolled and out-of-school children (age 6-19)
- 16. DtWI Delhi 2012 coverage report
- 17. "TOTAL DEWORMED (ALL PHASES)" - "ADULTS DEWORMED (ALL PHASES)", under "SCHOOLS"
- 18. "TOTAL DEWORMED (ALL PHASES)" - "TEEN GIRLS DEWORMED (ALL PHASES)", under "ANGANWADIS"
- 19. Includes teen girls
- 20. "Total No. of Schools & Anganwadis in Delhi" is 12,966 (Cell H3). "Unreporting schools & anganwadis" is 2,312 (Cell H12), or 18% of the total number. Thus 82% of schools and anganwadis reported.
- 21. DtWI coverage data 2013 - 2014
- 22. Also over 100% of pre-schools: "The program targeted 3,032 schools and 10,500anganwadis. As on the cutoff date for report collection, 15 December 2013, data from 603 schools was pending. The above data is based on a dataset comprising 2,417 schools and 10,591 anganwadis." DtWI Rajasthan 2013 program report, Pg 2.
- 23. DtWI Delhi 2015 program report, Pg 4
- 24. "Number of enrolled and non-enrolled children (1-19 years) dewormed at Anganwadis"
- 25. DtWI Rajasthan 2012 coverage data for schools DtWI Rajasthan 2012 coverage data for anganwadi
- 26. In an unpublished version of DtWI Rajasthan 2012 coverage data for schools, out of 257 blocks in Rajasthan, 4 reported no data.
- 27. DtWI coverage data 2013 - 2014
- 28. DtWI Rajasthan 2015 program report, Pg 4
- 29. Sum of enrolled children (age 6-19) and non-enrolled children dewormed at schools
- 30. DtWI Madhya Pradesh 2015 program report, Pg 5
- 31. "Number of enrolled children (Class 1 to 12) dewormed at schools" (Excludes unenrolled school-aged children dewormed at anganwadis)
- 32. There were 8,416,670 preschool-aged children dewormed during a combined effort of a separate government program and the NDD, only the latter of which was supported by Deworm the World. (DtWI Madhya Pradesh 2015 program report)