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PHCMAP Documents

PHC MAP: Text files for the 21 manuals in the Primary Health Care Management Advancement Program (see Program 8 on the Programs page) print to almost 1,900 pages. Each of 9 basic modules includes: a user's guide, a facilitator's guide, computer programs, and references. The title, number of pages, and WordPerfect file size in each user's' guide are:

Module 1 - Assessing information needs, 54pp, 107KB
Module 2 - Assessing community health needs and coverage, 227pp, 380KB
Module 3 - Planning and assessing health worker activities, 136pp, 206KB
Module 4 - Surveillance of morbidity and mortality, 126pp, 212KB
Module 5 - Monitoring and evaluating programmes, 111pp, 244KB
Module 6 - Assessing the quality of service, 160pp,338KB
Module 7 - Assessing the quality of management 85pp, 153KB
Module 8 - Cost analysis, 97pp, 180KB
Module 9 - Sustainability analysis, 105pp, 193KB

Most of these PHC MAP text files are also available in both WordPerfect 5.1 and generic (ASCII) formats. Please see the README files for further information.

The three additional manager's guides are:

Better Management: 100 Tips, text file, 64pp, 119KB
Problem-Solving, text file, 54pp, 119KB
Computers, text file, 76pp, 138KB

Downloading the Files of the 9 Modules, each as a User's Guide or as a Facilitator's, is available from the links in the following table. Each shows the format available for each of these files. Most users will choose either the text or the WordPerfect version of each file, not both; either will open legibly in Windows Word. 

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8

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