23 infants die 29 children under 5yo die 14 newborns die
18560 malaria 6368 measles 1140 total tetanus
90% BCG immunization coverage among 1yo
CAUSES 42% Communicable 45% Non-communicable 13% Injuries
98.8% births attended by skilled health personnel among women aged 15-19 77.8% antenetal care coverage 21% low birth weight newborns
Media. Project LAAN uses its website (projectlaan.org), Twitter account (@ProjectLAAN and #ProjectLAAN), and Facebook account (facebook.com/projectlaan) as platform for engagement and advocacy of health equity not just in Brgy. Pansol, but in all parts of the country as well.
While engaging audiece through its advocacy of promoting health equity,Project LAAN then seeks for supporters, followers who will likewise share this movement towards Universal Health Care to their own networks.
After establishing support through advocacy in the social media, the ultimate goal of Project LAAN is to enroll families to PhilHealth, and to help them utilize the benefits of being a member for one year.
LAAN R a i s e f u n d s f or h e a l th f r om S oc i a l N e t w ork s . I n v e s t t h e m on e y t o e n rol l f a m i li e s t o P H I C . P rov e th r ou g h h e a l t h ou tpu ts a n d ou tc o me s . This cycle is repeated for every selected community or municipality that Project LAAN helps out.
Brgy. Pansol is a community whose boundaries include Matandang Balara & Piedad Estate to its north, Quezon City/Rizal Province boundary to its east, Katipunan Avenue to its west and Mangyan St. to its south. It consists of 4 sitios/area and they are Kaingin I, Kaingin II, Pansol Properr and Balara Filtration Compound.
Contract Signing with Dr. Wong of Project LAAN, Kap. Flores of Brgy. Pansol, Dr. Banzon of PHIC, and witnessed by Jess Lorenzo December 2011
Milestones Raised money for PhilHealth enrollment of 100 families 1,600+ Facebook likes
250+ Twitter followers
30+ Core Team and Student Volunteers