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Table 1 List of activities (aggregated)

From: How much does community-based targeting of the ultra-poor in the health sector cost? Novel evidence from Burkina Faso

List of Core Activities (aggregated) Description
1. General Coordination/Management Design Phase • All general activities performed during the design of the process (e.g. initial workshops to define the targeting strategy, seminars to develop the concept note, internal workshops hold by SERSAP
2. General Coordination/Management Implementation Phase • All general coordination, management and supervision activities performed during the implementation phase (e.g. informational meetings at central, regional and district level and the national launch of the targeting intervention)
3. Training • Training of ELMEO, CSS, GVL, CSI and the enumerators
4. Selection of the ultra-poor • All activities related to the actual selection of in the villages (e.g. CSI meetings to select the ultra-poor and to establish lists, validation sessions by GVL to validate lists etc.)
5. Data Collection • Development of the data collection program and questionnaires, preparation of tablets, data collection by 35 enumerators in the villages, photo taking and management of the ultra-poor database
• Community members supported the enumerators to locate selected and assisted during data collection
6. Card Production/Distribution • Every ultra-poor person received a personalized identity card to receive free services at health facilities
• A Vietnamese IT company produced the ID cards and shipped them to Burkina Faso
7. M&E • All monitoring and quality control activities