Registration & Delivery

An illustrative guide to using the Single-Round Registration & Delivery module

This enables frontline workers to register households and individuals using the HCM application.

Key Features

  • Register households

  • Add/Delete members to/from the households

  • Edit household/individual details

  • Delete household

  • Record delivery of an intervention

User Roles

User RoleScope of ActionRole Description

Frontline workers

  • Register households

  • Add members

  • Deliver intervention

  • SBCC

Provide direct healthcare services, communicate SBCC information, and support to communities. Usually operate in teams and within a specified boundary.

Field Supervisors

  • Train and monitor the field teams

  • Provide on ground support

  • May have authority for registration and distribution to support the teams

Organize and direct the activity of frontline staff in health initiatives. Offer direction, assistance, and coordination for effective service delivery, adherence to protocols, and high-quality results.

Using Registration & Delivery

When field and district supervisors navigate to the home screen, the beneficiaries button is visible to them.

On this page, the following actions can be performed:

  • You can register a new household only after attempting a search.

  • Click on the "Register New Household" button to register a household.

  • After the user clicks on "Register New Household", the page navigates to the "Household Location" page.

  • The "Administrative Area" is the only mandatory field. "Address Line 1", "Address Line 2", 'Landmark' and "Postal Code" are optional fields.

  • Clicking on the 'Next' button will take the user to the "Household Details" page where the number of members living in the household can be registered.

  • Clicking the 'Next' button will take the user the "Individual details" screen.

  • The first individual added will be the "Head of Household" by default.

  • The name, ID type, and ID number fields are mandatory. You can enter the date of birth or their age. The date birth will take precedence over age.

  • When the user clicks on the submit button, a popup appears asking for confirmation.

  • If the user clicks on ‘Submit’, the household is registered and a confirmation screen is displayed.

  • The user can click on the "Back to Search" button for editing the household or register new household fields.

  • Click on the open card to navigate to the detailed page of the household.

  • There is an "Edit Household" button for editing household details, which navigates the user to the household location screen. The service delivery status is present below the household’s name followed by the administrative area and the number of members.

  • There are cards for each member, starting from the household head. The card consists of the ‘Edit’ button for individual-level actions.

  • For adding new members to the household, there is the "Add Member" button below the member cards, which navigates the user to the "Individual Details" screen.

  • At the bottom, the "Deliver Intervention" button is present which navigates the user to the update delivery screen.