Assessment of the Contribution of World Health Organization (WHO) Intervention to the Provision of Primary Health Care Delivery in Selected Lga’s of Zamfara


    Primary healthcare aims to address the primary health issues in the community by offering preventive, curative, rehabilitative, and promotive services. It is well known that local government governance typically possesses the least technical capacity to support the necessary health care facilities and services for community members. The study intends to identify how WHO intervention contributed to maternal health, family planning and routine immunization in selected in Zamfara State. Data of this study were generated from both primary and secondary sources. The instrument used for primary data collection was administration of questionnaire and interview to few individuals.1,219,567 were pronouncing as the entire population of Gusau, Anka and Kauranamoda LGs in the Zamfara State. Krejcie and Morgan recommended 384as sample of the study and which is representing 83.33% of the population. The hypothesis was tested using multiple regression analysis (SPSS version 23) and thematic analysis was adopted for the qualitative dataanalyse. The found maternal health, family planning and routing immunization are positive and highly affected by the contribution of World Health Organization (WHO) intervention in the selected LGA’s of Zamfara State.

    Keywords:     Contribution, Maternal Health, Primary Health Care, Routine Immunisation and World Health Organization

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    author/Bilyaminu Muhammad Bello & Yahaya Sa’adu

    journal/FUJPAM Vol. 3, No. 1