The 2014-15 TSPA is the second facility-based survey to be conducted in Tanzania as it follows the first TSPA which was conducted in 2006. The surveys cover both Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar. TSPA is part of the worldwide DHS Program, which assists countries in the collection of data to monitor and evaluate population, health, and nutrition programs.
The general objectives of the 2014-15 TSPA were to provide up-to-date information on the delivery of health care services in Tanzania and to examine the preparedness of facilities for provision of quality health services in Tanzania. These services were in the areas of child health, maternal and newborn care, family planning, sexually transmitted infections, HIV and AIDS, tuberculosis, malaria, and chronic diseases.
The results of the 2014-15 TSPA are found on the following documents;
- 2014-15 TSPA Main Report.
- 2014-15 TSPA Key Findings.
- 2014-15 TSPA Wall Chart.
- 2014-15 TSPA Flyer.
- 2014-15 TSPA Brochure.
2. Infrastructure Resources Management Support - 2014-15
3. Child Health - TSPA_2014-15
4. Family Planning-TSPA_2014-15
6. Delivery and newborn Care -TSPA_2014-15