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Afghanistan Health Sector BPHS Balance Scorecard report demonstrates great achievements of AADA in implementation of BPHS

The Balanced Scorecard (BSC) is a management system to convert mission, vision and overall strategy of organizations or systems into a plan that links strategies to measurable targets and actions. It is made up of domains and indicators derived from the strategic vision of organizations or systems aimed at measuring their performance. The Balanced Scorecard has been used since 2004 as a mean to measure performance in the delivery of Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) throughout Afghanistan. This is the ninth BSC since 2004 for the BPHS in Afghanistan.

 

Afghanistan Health Sector BPHS Balance Scorecard report demonstrates great achievements in the provinces where AADA is the lead BPHS implementer. Summary of the report is copied here:

 

Nangarhar province attained the upper benchmarks for seventeen of the twenty-three BSC indicators in 2016. For the overall BSC ranking, the province has risen from the 2nd place in 2015 to the 1st place in 2016 among the 34 provinces.

 

Faryab province attained the upper benchmarks for fifteen of the twenty-three BSC indicators in 2016. For the overall BSC ranking, the province has moved up from the 14th place in 2015 to 5th place in 2016 among the 34 provinces.

 

Takhar province attained the upper benchmarks for thirteen of the twenty-three BSC indicators in 2016. For the overall BSC ranking, the province has moved up from the 25th place in 2015 to 8th place in 2016 among the 34 provinces.

 

Samangan province attained the upper benchmarks for nine of the twenty-three BSC indicators in 2016. For the overall BSC ranking, the province has moved up from 30th place in 2015 to 9th place in 2016 among the 34 provinces.

 

For details, please see the BPHS BSC report 2016 attached.