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Follow-up questions were asked for female household members on number of children.During baseline census, data on retrospective death events of the past 12 months were also collected.Quantification of deaths and establishing causes of deaths in communities has been shown to perform well through the use of verbal autopsy methods.However, like many LMIC, Tanzania lacks a comprehensive vital registration system and hence is unable to produce nationally representative annual estimates of key demographic variables including mortality rates and causes.The FBIS (Facility-Based Information System) collects routine national health management information system data.These health service use data are collected monthly at all public and private health facilities in SPD districts, i.e. Both SAVVY and FBIS systems are capable of generating supplementary information from nested periodic surveys.
SAVVY data collection is grouped into three categories: census enumeration, birth and death notifications and VA interviews.
Informed consent was elicited from interview participants during SAVVY censuses and verbal autopsy interviews.
Informed consent was not required for FBIS data from health facilities review as there was no direct contact with participants and data contained no identification of patients, as these were aggregated at district level. Health facilities: first round in 2010 followed by continuous repeated monthly surveys.
The final SAVVY sample included approximately 167 200 households (or about 7500 households per district), with a population of over 805 000 (or about 2% of Mainland Tanzania’s population).
The FBIS system adopted all SAVVY districts and covers 1608 dispensaries, 193 health centres and 87 hospitals.