Breakthrough RESEARCH Behavioral Sentinel Surveillance (BSS) Survey: Baseline
The Behavioral Sentinel Surveillance (BSS) survey undertaken by Breakthrough RESEARCH/Nigeria assessed the effectiveness of the Breakthrough ACTION/Nigeria integrated social and behavior change (SBC) activities for malaria, family planning, and maternal, newborn, and child health plus nutrition (MNCH+N) in Kebbi and Sokoto states relative to malaria-only SBC activities in Zamfara state. It focuses on women aged 15–49 years who are currently pregnant or with a child under 2 years living in areas targeted for integrated (Sokoto/Kebbi) and malaria-only (Zamfara) SBC programming. These are the study's baseline datasets. (2019)
Hutchinson, Paul, Dele Abegunde, Adolor Aisiri, Udochisom Anaba, Elizabeth Omoluabi, Akanni Akinyemi, and U.C. Ifunanya Ozoadibe. 2023. "Breakthrough RESEARCH Behavioral Sentinel Surveillance (BSS) Survey: Baseline," dataset. Washington, DC: Population Council.