Effect Of Donor Funded Projects On The Quality Of Maternal Healthcare: A Case Of Wajir County.
This study focused on the effect of donor funded projects on the quality of maternal healthcare with a special focus on Wajir County. The objectives of the study were to establish the effect of recruitment of personnel and capacity building on quality of maternal health in Wajir County; to determine the influence of access to maternal health services on the quality of maternal health in Wajir County; and, to find out whether the availability of antenatal care influence the quality of maternal health in Wajir County. The methodology that was employed in this study was a descriptive design; systematic random sampling was used to identify the respondents for the study. It is concluded the availability of donor funding enabled recruitment and capacity building. The study recommends that given that in the event of emergency the findings revealed that patients are referred to secondary clinics and that the only two percent indicated attendance by a doctor, the study recommends that more doctors should be hired by the primary facilities to be able to attend to emergencies. The study further recommends that more facilities should be built to increase the accessibility of maternal services by the residents of the county.
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