1. Are the human resources adequate to implement the child health activities?

  2. What training is needed for staff to implement the child health activities?

  3. What guidelines are used to care for children in complex emergencies? How are these guidelines disseminated and used by field staff?

  4. What system of monitoring service performance exists (e.g. standard indicators)?

  5. What system of surveillance exists for child health problems in complex emergencies? How is surveillance data shared with other organizations or the Ministry of Health?

  6. What mechanisms exist to involve the family and community in improving child health in complex emergencies?

  7. What mechanisms exist to coordinate childcare across different organizations in a complex emergency?

  8. What is the role of the Ministry of Health in child health in complex emergencies?

  9. What is the role of the World Health Organization in child health in complex emergencies?



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