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Arlington, Virginia, Partnership for Child Health Care, 1994.  p. (BASICS Trip Report; BASICS Technical Directive: 000 IN 00 011; USAID Contract No. HRN-6006-C-00-3031-00)An appraisal team travelled to Indonesia in late 1994 to assess the World Bank Health Project IV (HP-IV). This project seeks to improve the quality, equity, and accessibility of basic health services in five provinces through measures such as child survival programs and improvements in health services provided through the private sector. Support from national policy makers was obtained for collaboration in East Java between HP-IV and the Basics Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival Project. Evaluators noted an excessive amount of training, causing health workers to be away from their jobs for extended periods of time. Recommended were alternatives such as on-the-job courses, a training information system, and a ceiling on time allowed off work to attend courses (e.g., nine days every six months).