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Table 5 Data collection tools, its description and evidence to be derived

From: A study protocol: using demand-side financing to meet the birth spacing needs of the underserved in Punjab Province in Pakistan Tool Description Evidence on
1 • Structured questionnaire for married women of reproductive age 15–49 (household survey) Small-sample household survey with married women of reproductive age (15–49) (conducted at baseline and endline) Population-level effectiveness
2 • Service provider assessment tool 1. Records and registers maintained by FP providers in order to generate routine monitoring by FP providers; routine service delivery statistics Service-level effectiveness
• Daily register for routine tracking by service providers
• Monthly reporting format (to be submitted by service providers to MSS) 2. Government of Pakistan routine statistics (e.g. provider-level HMIS data)
3 • External voucher validation survey 1. Voucher validation reports Efficiency and process issues
Data quality assurance checklists (to be used during routine field supervision visits) 2. Financial records (from private Suraj providers, public and urban providers)
3. Service provider assessment (conducted at baseline and endline)
4. Field monitoring officers (will use monitoring checklist)