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Table 2 General infrastructure (n=63 health facilities)

From: Progress and gaps in reproductive health services in three humanitarian settings: mixed-methods case studies

  Mean catchment population1 Mean number of beds At least 1 qualified health provider available 24/7 Functioning power supply Functioning water supply Minimum infection prevention supplies2
Burkina Faso (n=28)3       
Hospital (n=3) 608,320 89 2 (66.7%) 3 (100%) 3 (100%) 1
ND* (1)
Camp health center (n=4) 18,452 6 3 (100%) ND* (1) 2 (66.7%) ND* (1) 4 (100%) 0
ND* (1)
Non-camp health center (n=21) 6,782 10 13 (61.9%) 13 (76.5%) ND* (4) 16 (80%) ND* (1) 5 (23.8%)
DRC (n=26) 4       
Hospital (n=1) 378,000 171 1 1 1 1
Health center (n=25) 12,870 8 18 (75%) 10 (40%) 14 (56%) 4 (16%)
South Sudan (n=9) 5       
Hospital (n=1) 209,700 60 ND* 1 1 0
Health center (n=8) ND* 16 (range 2-67) 1 (12.5%) 4 (50%) 8 (100%) 4 (50%)
  1. *ND = no data
  2. 1 Mean catchment population includes both host and displaced populations with the exception of the camp health facilities in Burkina Faso which served primarily refugees.
  3. 2 See Additional file 1: Appendix A for details on minimum infection prevention supplies.
  4. 3 The MOH manages three hospitals and 21 non-camp health centers while the four camp health centers are NGO-managed. The non-camp health centers primarily serve the host community whereas the camp facilities serve refugees. The hospitals serve both populations.
  5. 4 All facilities from DRC are MOH-managed, but the hospital and 15 health centers received some NGO support for health.
  6. 5 The hospital and one health center are MOH-managed, six health centers are NGO-managed, and one health center is managed by a religious mission.