Exploration of pneumonia related policy formulation and implementation in Pakistan

  • Hana Mahmood (Neoventive Solutions) (Creator)
  • Hira Kiani (Creator)
  • Naila Muzaffar (Creator)
  • Sajid Khan (Creator)
  • Subhana Akbar (Creator)
  • Aziz Sheikh (Creator)
  • Devi Sridhar (Creator)
  • Allison Worth (Creator)
  • Harry Campbell (Creator)
  • Harish Nair (Creator)
  • Moni Choudhury (Data Manager)
  • Tabish Hazir (Creator)

Dataset

Description

26 csv files, 35 PDF, 31 text files
## Access ##
This dataset is held in the Edinburgh DataVault, directly accessible only to authorised University of Edinburgh users. Academic researchers may request access, and will be required to sign a data sharing agreement.

Abstract

Introduction:
In Pakistan, numerous programs have been launched for management of acute respiratory infections. However, despite completion, state of pneumonia mortality remains unchanged, as no sustainable solutions have been yielded by these programs.

Objective:
To identify and analyze pneumonia related policies in Pakistan for children under five and identify key stakeholders who influence these policies and program financially and technically.

Methods
The study was conducted in two phases. The first consisted of content analysis of pneumonia related documents and 20 in depth interviews with policy stakeholders. Data was analyzed through an integrated approach. The second phase consisted of social network research conducted by studying actors linked together by social relations achieved through net mapping exercise. Data was analyzed through the Organizational Risk Analyzer (ORA).
Date made available20 Aug 2021
PublisherEdinburgh DataVault
Temporal coverage1 Jun 2018 - 15 Oct 2020
Date of data production1 Jun 2018 - 15 Oct 2020
Geographical coveragePakistan

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