About DGA

District Gap Analysis is a process which will largely focus on the assessment of the gaps of facilities in terms of availability, accessibility, utilization and quality of the Public health system. DGA can strengthen the primary level, community level and District level facilities to address the state its specific needs. DGA is proposed to understand the current scenario of the health system in terms of service availability and accessibility. The gap analysis enhances the coordination between state and the district and block level. It was carried out in Collaboration with National Health Mission, Assam with technical and design support from UNICEF, Assam and powered by SDRC, Bhubaneswar.

Goal/Aim of DGA

DGA can strengthen the primary level, community level and District level facilities to address the state its specific needs. DGA is proposed to understand the current scenario of the health system in terms of service availability and accessibility. The gap analysis enhances the coordination between state and the district and block level.

Purpose of DGA

An effective gap analysis looks deeply at the standards, making sure to identify any changes in the intent, goals, and implications. This gap analysis mainly focuses on Delivery point and aspects or indicator which is related to labor room to improve maternal health and child survival. DGA provides a common understanding on the procedure and levels of assessment that state needs to undertake for better planning. A detailed gap analysis that is translated into local plans and budgets, there is a far greater likelihood of successfully implementing a resource re-allocation process to achieve the desired goal.