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BOTIKA NG BARANGAY LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  To provide safe, effective, quality medicines available, accessible and very much affordable for the majority of Filipinos most especially the poor PURPOSE:  To set up sustainable drug outlets that sell cheap quality medicines in areas where these are mostly needed

OUTPUTS:  BnB with trained operators  BnB with SLTO  Supervising Pharmacist assigned  Essential drugs provided INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct training of BnB Operators  Orientation of Brgy, Captains and other LGUs  Networking with other NGOs e.g. Health Plus, etc.

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 Low priced Generic Medicines readily available in the community

 Checklist  Survey Forms  Monitoring tool

 Adhere to Generics Law

 Physical set-up of BnB outlets present  BnB outlets with Special License to Operate (SLTO)

 BnB monitoring tool  Feedback from the community  Survey results

 Local Government Unit will provide the BnB outlets

 BnB training Plan  A. O. 70 s. 2002

 Monitoring tool  A. O. G4 s. 2003  PNDF (Phil. National Drug Formulary)

 Training will be provided by Center for Health Development - Caraga

 Number of Operators trained  Number of Brgy. Captains oriented / generated support  Number of NGOs actively participated

 List of BnB Operators trained  List of Brgy. Captainsoriented

 Preliminary requirements / activities conducted  Support from LGUs  Support from NGOs


CARAGA GENDER AND DEVELOPMENT FRAMEWORK DOH – CENTER FOR HEALTH DEVELOPMENT CARAGA

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

ASSUMPTIONS

* Increase awareness and clarify the guidelines on GAD policy, budget utilization and implementation

1. Conduct of GST, orientation and GRP for higher level management (agencies), newly elected LCEs (provincial and city levels), GAD focal persons, planning officers and budget officers;

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

GOALS: 1. Institutionalization of GAD

2. Creation of a pool of trainers in the GADCC 3. More advocacy activities and materials produced on GAD to increase awareness among people and get more advocates

1.1 Number of Directors aware on the policies of the 5% GAD Budget Utilization 1.2 Number of LCEs aware on the policies of the 5% GAD Budget 1.3 Number of agencies with sensitized and trained GAD Focal Persons/Team 1.4 Number of LGUs and agencies with appropriate and appropriately implemented GAD plans

2.1 Number of existing GAD Resource persons for GST, GRP and other GAD-related trainings in Caraga Region

3.1 Increase in number of people having the basic knowledge on GAD 3.2 Number of tri-media outfit allotting a print space/airtime for GAD


DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

2. Strengthen Women’s Participation in Development and in Poverty

* Capacitate women in various areas for income generation, access to capital and financing

ASSUMPTIONS

(MOV)

1. Conduct entrepreneurial/ practical skills training to women's groups

3.

 Reduce incidence on violence against women and their children

1.1 Increased number of women trained in entrepreneurial and/or practical skills 1.2 Increased number of women engaged in gainful livelihood activities

2.

3. Capacity Enhancement /Advocacy on Violence Against Women and Children

MEANS OF VERIFICATION

Establish linkages for fund sourcing and marketing Development of a directory of NGOs and POs that assist women’s income generating endeavors

1. Orientation programs on VAWC

2.1 More women are able to operate their own businesses 2.2 More business opportunities offered for women entrepreneurs 2.3 Increase access to capital for income generating projects 3.1 Number of POs and NGOs that assist women’s income generating endeavors

1.1 More women and men are oriented on basic rights, sexual harassment, etc. 1.2 More LGUs participate in the VAWC program

2. Strengthen mechanism of support for victims and survivors

2.1 More organized bodies assisting victims and survivors 2.2 More crisis centers are established 2.3 Increase in number of assisted victims and survivors 2.4 More cases are handled appropriately


DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

ASSUMPTIONS

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

3. Strengthen advocacy on the AntiSexual Harassment 4. Strengthen coordination and increase involvement of all stakeholders in the fight for trafficking of persons

2.5 More efficient reporting mechanism 2.6 More ‘pink rooms’ established in DOH-supervised & devolved hospitals

3.1 More advocacy activities both in the public and private sectors

5. Institutionalization and operationalization of Committee on Decorum and Investigation (CODI) in government offices

4.1 Number of arrests 4.2 Number of information campaigns on the youth and labor force on illegal recruitment and RA 9208 4.3 Number of bodies mobilized to enforce RA 9208

4. Promote Women Health & Environmental Protection/Mgt.

* Ensure access to full and quality health services

1. Advocacy activities on health concerns

5.1 Number of offices with operationalized CODI 5.2 Number of complaints/cases filed in the Civil Service Commission 5.3 Reduction in the number of complaints 1.1 More women and men are oriented on reproductive health 1.2 More women and men have the knowledge and the capability to do first aid

2. Upgrading of LGU health facilities on SS and PhilHealth Accreditation for quality women’s health services

2.1 Number of advocacy activities in support to meeting the gaps of LGU health services and facilities.


DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

ASSUMPTIONS

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

3. Capability Building on Women Concerns

4. Conduct of studies and researches on environmental problems, risks and its effect on women in particular 5. Building mechanisms to support women’s

3.1 Number of women and men attended GST / GAD Mainstreaming / Others

4.1 Number of researches/ study conducted 4.2 Data on the impact of environment problems and risks to women

health and safe motherhood programs. 5.1 Number of women’s asso./org. supporting health activities 5.2 Number of org./groups supporting women’s programs and projects.

5. Ensure quality Women’s Involvement in Good Governance

* Active participation in decision-making and local governance programs & projects

1. Advocacy programs for newly elected officials to advocate for GAD

1.1 Number of elected officials oriented and sensitized on GAD 1.2 Number of GAD discussion sessions with women-elected officials 1.3 Increased participation of women in governance. 1.4 Increased GAD supportive legislations passed and approved 1.5 Increased number of women-elected officials from 18% to 25% by 2010 & from 25% to 30% by 2013

2. To give appropriate awards to GAD Champions (LGUs or individual)

2.1 Increased number of nominees


DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

ASSUMPTIONS

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

2.2 Number of awardees * Mobilize women NGOs and POs in the government's efforts for development

3. To capacitate women NGOs and POs in 3.1 Increased number of women NGO and POs participation in the Local taking active role in government efforts Development Councils (LDCs) and other special bodies. 3.2 Number of GST, orientation programs and trainings conducted 3.3 Number of women and men participants in GST, orientation and other trainings conducted 4. To link women's groups' efforts with government programs for coordination and possible funding

4.1 Directory of women's organizations 4.2 Strong linkage among and between women's groups


ENVIRONMENTAL AND OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

GOAL:  To increase by 50% number of Household with access to safe water  To increase by50% number of Household with basic sanitation

 No. of waterless areas provided with potable water supply system  Decrease incidence of waterborne related diseases

 Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS  PIDSR/MESU/RESU

 Increase number of HH with access to safe water  No case of waterborne related diseases

 Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS  PIDSR/MESU/RESU

 Number of waterless community provided with water supply projects  Increase number of HH with sanitary toilets

 Feasibility Study Result  Report  Survey Result  Monitoring and Evaluation Report

 DOH Provision of Water Supply Projects to waterless areas  LGU’s commitment and support of the project

 Number of Water Supply Projects constructed  Number of water supply system upgraded / expanded

 Monitoring and Evaluation Report

 Proper implementation of the project by recipient LGU’s

PURPOSE:  To attain the MDG No. 7  Decrease incidence of waterborne related diseases

OUTPUTS:  Developed water supply system in a waterless communities  Behavioral Change

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Construction of Level I and II water supply system  Upgrading of Level II to Level III water system  Expansion of Level III water system  Orientation of sustainable sanitation

 Number of Barangays with sustainable sanitation plan

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 Sagana at Ligaya na tubig para sa lahat project implemented  Philippine Sustainable Sanitation Program implemented


LOGICAL FRAMEWORK Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS) OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL  Highly functional and highly reliable Public Health Information to support decision making for health PURPOSE  To set up highly functional FHSIS at all levels of Public Health Facilities

OUTPUTS  Highly accurate data submitted on time  Planners and decision makers for health at all levels utilize data generated from the system to design appropriate actions that will address various public health problems in the localities. INPUTS/ACTIVITIES  Conduct Users’ Training for the Electronic System  Conduct Health Facility Level Assessment on the physical set up and the existing manual system  Regular data quality check

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

Submitted data from various levels of health facilities

FHSIS recording and reporting tools

Physical set up in the health facilities that meet the requirements of FHSIS

FHSIS Electronic Support System FHSIS Manual System

Data submitted on time

Health plans from various levels

  

Training plan No. of trained local health personnel on eFHSIS No. of health facilities assessed

  

No. of facilities where data quality check is conducted

ASSUMPTION 

All Public Health Facilities fully utilize and comply all requirements of FHSIS

Different levels of LGUs support the utilization and local health personnel implement the required activities of FHSIS

Recording and reporting tools like TCL, ITR, etc. List of activities in the plan that use data from FHSIS

Reporting units from various levels submit data on time and after being checked for quality

List of training participants List of health facilities assessed

All public health facilities have trained personnel to man the system and have all the necessary requirements of the system like computer support and the manual system in placed

List of facilities where data quality checked done


FILARIASIS ELIMINATION PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL:  Filariasis case in endemic provinces reduced

 % reduction of filariasis prevalence rate

 FHSIS  Result of surveillance surveys

 Cooperation and participation of Local Government Units

PURPOSE:  Prevalence rate of Microfilaria per 1000 population endemic provinces is decreased

 No. of Surveys and studies conducted

 Report of surveys / studies conducted

 There are funds for the conduct of surveys

 No. of cases discovered nocturnal blood examinations

 FHSIS  Results in nocturnal blood examination

 LGUs involvement on the implementation of program

 Reports from RHUs  Report of surveys conducted

 Full support of the community and LGUs

OUTPUTS:  Less than 1 case per 1000 population in endemic provinces INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct mass deworming activities  Intensify advocacy  Conduct surveillance  Conduct trainings

 No. of individual dewormed  No. of advocacy conducted  No. of surveillance activities done  No. of trainings conducted


RLED ( FOOD & DRUG SERVICES ) LOGICAL FRAMEWORK DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  Upgrade, harmonize & streamline the regulatory systems & processes PURPOSE:  To implement policy and regulation standards  To ensure sustained compliance with FDA rules and regulations  To protect public health and ensure the safety, efficacy, purity and quality of all regulated products OUTPUTS:  Initial inspection of regulated establishments and outlets BnB with SLTO  Routine inspection of regulated establishments and outlets  Audit inspection of food and drug

manufacturers  Mapping of all food establishments per

province  Implementation of product recall orders  Surveillance monitoring and enforcement

of sanctions and legal orders  Collection of samples of regulated

products in the course of inspection  Issuance of promotion permits and

monitoring of promotion activities

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

 No. of new establishments and outlets issued with initial FDA LTO. A. O. 70 s. 2002  No. of regulated establishments and outlets with renewed FDA LTO  No. of food manufacturers and

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

 Initial License to Operate A. O. G4 s. 2003  Renewed/ revalidated License to Operate  GMP Audit Reports

 Masterlist drug manufacturers inspected by the GMP Audit Team..  Monitoring/ Feedback  Masterlist of all food Report establishments in Caraga Region.  No. of product recall orders  Reports of Execution monitored.  No. of legal orders executed  No. of regulated products

collected and submitted to the Laboratory Services Division or Product Services Division for analysis or verification  No. of FDA permits granted/ product promotions attested

ASSUMPTION

 Report of Analysis/

Report of Verification

 Reports of attestation

 Issuance of Business Permit at the LGU prior to compliance with FDA Licensing Requirements  Management Support  A well-planned Aide Memoir  LGU Support through the Permits and Licenses Division  FDA Legal Information and Compliance Division legal order, LGU support  FDA Legal Information and

Compliance Division legal order, LGU support  Laboratory Services Division and Product Services Division technical support


INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct Licensing Seminars (AO56) for

drug establishments/ outlets  Conduct Licensing Seminars for Food Manufacturers/ Processors  Conduct orientation on Pharmacovigilance for Hospital Nurses and Chiefs of Hospital

DESIGN SUMMARY

 No of participants attended

 Attendance Sheets

 No of participants attended

 Attendance Sheets

 No of participants attended

 Attendance Sheets

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

 Management and LGU

Support, Support from private professional groups

ASSUMPTION

GOAL:  Improvement of the availability and access to low-cost quality medicines PURPOSE:  To make available quality, low-priced medicines to the public.To ensure sustained compliance with FDA rules and regulations  To monitor compliance of non-

conventional drug outlets to quality assurance measures

OUTPUTS:  Monitoring on compliance of generic

prescribing/ dispensing  Inspection of BnBs for compliance with FDA rules and regulations  Monitoring on Maximum Drug Retail

Price (MDRP), Government Mediated Access Price (GMAP) and electronic Essential Drug Price Monitoring System (eEDPMS) compliance

 Percentage compliance to

Generic Law  No. of BnBs complying with AO 144 and laws and regulations relative to the operation of a non-conventional drug outlet  Percentage compliance to MDRP/ GMAP/ and Eedpms

 Prescriptions  BnB SLTO

 MDRP/ GMAP posters,

EDPMS uploads, Generic Menu Cards/ Drug List

 Hospital Management

Support

 Management and LGU

Support, NCPAM Support


INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct eEDPMS policy dessimination

 No of participants attended

 Attendance Sheets

Support,

and advocacy to the Provincial Helath Boards

DESIGN SUMMARY

 Management and LGU

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL:  Harmonization with ASEAN Standards PURPOSE:  To maintain uniformity with international

best practices OUTPUTS:  Post market surveillance of health

products  Uprgading of computer equipments and

communication system  Establishment of database of regulated establishments in the region

 No. of PMS conducted

 Surveillance Reports

 Efficiency of electronic and

 On line reporting

communication systems  Availability of database

 electronic database

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Capacity and capability building of Food &

 No. of FDROs sent to trainings

 Certificate of

Drug Regulatory Officers  Meetings and Feedback Reporting

 No. of meetings/ feeback

 CHD FDRO Audit

reporting conducted  No. of FDROs attended

Attendance  Attendance Sheet  Attendance Sheet

 FDA technical Support,

Management Support

 Management Support


GOVERNANCE LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

GOAL: To Institutionalize mechanism for Inter-LGU cooperation within the context of Local autonomy No. of functional Inter Local Health Zones Caraga-wide

PURPOSE: 1. To better protect the public or collective health of the community 2. To assure access to a range of services necessary to meet the health care needs of individuals 3. To manage their limited resources for health more efficiently and equitably

OUTPUTS:  Health Systems institutionalized  Integrated Planning System (PIPH / AOP)  Human Resource Development  Health Information System  Health Facilities are rationalized INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conducted PIPH / AOP / Rationalization Planning workshop  PIR conducted  Consultative meetings done

1. Increase no. of ILHZs with maximum improvement of the population’s health (Domain No. 1) 2. Increase no. of ILHZs with coordination for continuity of quality care to individual patients (Domain No. 2) 3. Increase no. of ILHZs with coordination to inimize total costs of full range of health provisions (Domain No. 3)  Number of ILHZ with institutionalized health system

 Number of Provincial / Highly Urbanized City with approved PIPH / AOP / Rat. Plan

 LGU Scorecard  CHD Scorecard

ASSUMPTION  Full benefits of a functional LHB/ InterLocal Health Zone is attained through series of inputs and processes that each member LGU and other concerned ILHZ stakeholders jointly and Individually pursue zone-wide

 Assessment Tool in the functionality of LHB / ILHZ

.

 Assessment / Monitoring Tool in the functionality of LHB / ILHZ  CHD Scorecard

 CHD Scorecard

 Approval of PIPH / AOP / Rationalization Plan  Grants provided  LGU counterparts will be committed / provided  Implementation of approved plan  Provision of Technical Assistance from DOH-CHD, Central


HEALTH FACILITIES ENHANCEMENT PROJECT LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  To increase number of Health Facilities providing Quality Health Care

PURPOSE:  To attain the MDG No. 3, 4 and 5  Decrease Maternal deaths OUTPUTS:  Upgrade Health Facilities  Health Facilities Accredited with PHIC  Increase Bed Occupancy Rate INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Construction of BEmONC / Birthing Facility  Repair / Rehabilitation of Hospitals

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)  Reduction of Maternal Mortality Rate by 10 % annually  Reduction of Infant Mortality Rate by 10 % annually  Reduction of Communicable and Non-communicable related diseases

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS  PIDSR/MESU/RES U  Program Reports

 Health Facilities fully equip with needed equipment  Full complements of committed Staff and Personnel

 Report  Survey Result  Monitoring and Evaluation Report  Number of BEmONC facilties constructed  Number of hospitals upgraded

 Monitoring and Evaluation Report


HEALTH FINANCING LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  To improve financial risk protection of Filipino people especially the poor PURPOSE:  Reach / Enroll the 5.2 million true indigents classified by DSWD’s NHTS – PR through the Phil. Health Insurance OUTPUTS:  20 % of the targeted indigent families in NHTS enrolled to Phil. Health

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct advocacy campaign in the community and schools  Networking among the stakeholders (NGOs, LGUs and NGAs)  Launching of PhilHealth Sabado / NPRD II  Orientation of PhilHealth members  Monitoring and Evaluation of PhilHealth members and utilization of PhilHealth benefit packages  Assess / Assist facilities for accreditation for PHIC

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

 LGU budget (GAA)

 Number of targeted Indigent families enrolled to PhilHealth

 Number of enrolled families to PhilHealth oriented in their entitlement and responsibilities  Number of Health facilities accredited by PhilHealth

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

 Phil. Health validated list  PHIC resolutions  NHTS-PR survey forms  Proxy means test results

 NHTS-PR  Survey Result  Validated list of enrolled families  CBMS  Proxy means test results  LGU Budget (GAA)  List of PHIC Accredited Facilities  Monitoring and Evaluation tool  Policies and Guidelines

ASSUMPTION

 Maximization of resources of the LGUs, NGAs and other potential sponsors

 Increase number of PhilHealth enrolment  Increase utilization of PhilHealth benefit package  Health facilities upgraded and accredited  Increase LGU budget allocation and expenditures for Health  Public and Private Sponsorship Program strengthened  Accessible and available referral networks


HIV / AIDS

DESIGN SUMMARY HIV/AIDS/STI GOALS To reduce transmission of HIV infection To prevent development of STI complications

LOGICAL FRAMEWORK MEANS OF OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI) VERIFICATION ( MOV)

To maintain less than 1% prevalence in the general population and MARP”. -

Prevalence of HIV and STI Incidence of gonorrhea and other STIs 100% condom use among MARPS

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Prevalence of HIV and STI Incidence of gonorrhea and other STIs

-

No. of new PLHIV

-

No. of STI cases

-

Prevalence of HIV among general population and MARP

ASSUMPTION

National AIDS Registry IHBSS/RAV/Survey

Patients are cooperative and willing to undergo examination and treatment

National AIDS Registry IHBSS

Support from the patients families

Surveys Data’s IHBSS

Implemented programs for HIV /AIDS

PURPOSE To attain/maintain the MDG # 6

OUTPUTS Decreasing numbers of new PLHIV Decreasing numbers of STI Cases Prevalence of a less than 1% in the general population and MARP INPUTS/ACTIVITIES Advocacy Trainings Surveys

No. of advocacy conducted No. of Trainings conducted

Monitoring and Evaluation


HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL: Goal 1: Ensure that health services have an effective and well-motivated workforce and are appropriately managed. Goal 2 : Develop and install HRHMD systems that will support Health Sector Reforms

PURPOSE:  Operationalizing the Competency-Based Human Resource for Health Management & Development (HRHMD) Systems

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI) Ensure equitable distribution of HRH Manage HRH Migration Install critical basic HR systems 1. HRH Information system (HRHIS) 2. Job Analysis and Competency Development 3. Career Development and Management 4. Capacity Enhancement/Training 5.Policy Development 6.Promote development of quality schools & health facilities 1.Address common and recurring problems pertaining to health human resource 2.Improve coordination of all HR management & development activities 3.Build on existing formal, or informal, management systems 4.Align to DOH’s business strategy, vision, objectives and initiatives for growth and development

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

 Checklist  Survey Forms  Monitoring tool

 HRH monitoring tool  Feedback from the community  Survey results

ASSUMPTION

 Adhere to HRH Standards & Policies

 Training for capacity enhancement on HRHMDS will be provided by Center for Health Development Caraga


OUTPUTS: Install critical basic HR systems • HRH Information System • Job Analysis and Competency Development • Career Development and Management • PMS

 Training Plan  A. O. 70 s. 2002

 Monitoring tool  A. O.

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct training / Capacity Enhancements  HRH Networking  Establish Public-Private Partnerships

 Number of HRMOs trained  Number of Stakeholders oriented / generated support  Number of NGOs actively participated

 List of HRMOs trained  Number of LGUs Installed HRH Systems

 Training will be provided by Center for Health Development – Caraga  LGUs will adapt & institutionalize HRMDS  Local Government Unit will send their staff for trainings/ seminars/workshops  Provide budgetary support for TEVs  Support for trainings & other logistics and facility enhancements from NGOs


LEPROSY CONTROL PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  Sustain the elimination of Leprosy as Public Health problem PURPOSE:  Reducing disease prevalence to very low levels, that will lead in the course of time, to reduction in transmission of infection and disease incidence OUTPUTS:  Prevalence rate of less than 1 per 10,000 population at all municipal levels INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct casefinding and case holding activities  Intensify advocacy  Conduct community awareness  Conduct trainings

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)  % reduction of leprosy prevalence rate

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)  FHSIS

ASSUMPTION  Cooperation and participation of partners and stakeholders

 No. of New cases among children less than 15 years old

 FHSIS

 Prevalence rate per municipalities

 FHSIS  Monitoring, Supervision and Evaluation results

 LGUs involvement on the implementation of program

 Reports from RHUs

 Active participation and support from LCEs, Health workers and community

 No. of individual discovered and given treatment  No. of advocacy conducted  No. of community assemblies done  No. of trainings conducted

 Presence of MDT drugs and funding support


RLED ( LICENSING OF HEALTH FACILITIES ) LOGICAL FRAMEWORK DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

GOAL:  To Upgrade ,Harmonize and Streamline of Regulatory Systems and Processes

 No of health facilities upgraded, harmonized and streamlined on the new regulatory systems and processes.

 List of License to Operate a health facilities issued

PURPOSE:  To Implement of the Decentralized Regulatory functions under One Stop Shop  To ensure enforcement and compliance of all Regulation and standards by concerned health facilities and other establishments. OUTPUTS:  Health facilities inspected, monitored and Licensed  Application for PTC approved by BHFS -CO Manila  Evaluation to Health Facilities for compliance of deficiencies  Issue Notice of Violation (NOV), and Cease & Desist Order (CDO)  Upgrading & downgrading of Health Facilities for non compliance of standards and regulation

 Issuance of License to Operate

 No. of Decentralized functions implemented  No. of Enforcement and compliance of regulation and standards of health facilities and establishments  At the end of the year , number of health facilities inspected, monitored and licensed  No. of PTC application reviewed and indorsed to BHFS CO Manila  No. of Health Facilities evaluated  No. of Health Facilities issued N.O.V. & C.D.O.  No. of health facilities downgraded / upgraded

 Application for license to operate submitted to the CHD  Standards and regulation complied and submitted to chd  Summary of Evaluation Report and Inspection Tool  PTC application received from BHFS  Summary of Evaluation  Notice of Violation & Cease and Desist Order  Application for upgrading of health facilities and CHD letter for downgrading of health facilities  Application for

ASSUMPTION  LGU Support  BHFS Provision of new guidelines

 LGU and Hospital Staff support.  BHFS Support

 CHD Mgt supportive and LGU support  BHFS Support   CHD Mgt Support and LGU Support  CHD Mgt support and BHFS support

 BHFS and CHD support


 No. of Health Facilities issued LTO INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  No. of Medical Records  Orientation conducted on hospital Officer oriented on Hosp. policies/updates on OSS licensing policies /updates on OSS requirements and Medical Records requirements and Medical Management for Hospital Medical Records Management Records Officer  No. of Chief of Hospital and  Hospital Staff updated on Hospital Administrative Officer OSS requirements and PHIC attended the orientation Accreditation for Chief of Hospital and Administrative Officer for Private and Government health facilities  Consultative Workshop conducted to  No. of DTL operators attended the consultative all Drug Testing Laboratory operators. workshop.

LTO and Documentary Requirements

 Attendance Sheet Pre and Post Test Evaluation

 CHD Mgt Support and LGU Support

 Attendance Sheet Pre and Post Test Evaluation

 DOH, BHFS, CHD Support

 Attendance Sheet Pre and Post Test Evaluation

 DOH, BHFS, CHD Support  DTL operators available


Logical Framework Requested by NEDA Program: Health Emergency Management Service (HEMS) Design Summary

Objectively Verifiable Indicator

Means of Verification

(OVI)

(MOV)

Goal 

DOH-HEM budget allocation Reduced morbidity and mortality during emergencies and disasters

1. Services: HEMS Annual Accomplishment Report (LGU & CHD)

Purpose 

Institutionalization of a comprehensive, integrated, coordinated and dynamic health sector emergency management system at all levels.

Output

• • • • • •

Events monitored/responded to Teams deployed Logistics provided Technical assistance provided Package of HEMS services developed Partnerships formed

Approved City or Provincial Health Emergency Preparedness, Response, Recovery Plan or HEPRRP by PHO or CHO

For CHD, Provincial Health Office & City Health Office: 2. People            

HEMS Organizational Structure Functional OPCEN Plans (Health Emergency Preparedness, Response, Recovery Plan or HEPRRP) Response Teams Medical/First Aid Team Public Health Services o Nutrition, WASH, MHPSS,SPEED Logistics for mobilization (drugs/meds/supplies/materials) IEC materials Monitoring and Coordination of Events Rapid Health Assessment /Damage Analysis & Needs Assessment Technical Assistance Promotion and advocacy Medical/First Aid Team Local Emergency Medical Service or EMS (for LGU)

WASH-Water Sanitation & Hygiene, MHPSS- Mental Health & Psychosocial Services, SPEED- Surveillance in Post Extreme Emergencies & Disasters, OPCENOperation Center

• • • •

Training modules developed Health personnel capacitated Training evaluations conducted Exercises/drills conducted

3. Systems • • • • •

HEMS organizational structures established Opcen established Policies developed Plans reviewed/validated HEM programs developed/implemented HEM systems developed/implemented

Reported & documented events and response actions done by CHD, City or Provincial Health Emergency Management Coordinators Annual Operation Plan / Work & Financial Plan of CHD, PHO & CHOs Local ordinances/resolution on the adoption of Health emergency management programs Local Ordinances/resolution on the functionality of Local DRRMC

Assumption


Functional Operation Center during disasters & emergencies

For Hospitals (LGU & DOH hospitals) :   

HEMS Organizational Structure Functional OPCEN Plans (Hospital Emergency Preparedness, Response, Recovery Plan or HEPRRP)  Response Teams or Emergency Medical Service (EMS) Medical & Trauma  Logistics for mobilization (drugs/meds/supplies/materials) 

10% budget from he total IRA of LGU for disaster risk reduction an management and a portion for health emergency management

IEC materials

Inputs/Activities : •

Trainings and planning workshop attended by:  Leader, Manager, Coordinators, Trainer, Responder, Opcen staff & Cluster teams/staff

Functional partnerships:  Health Sector, Private Sector/NGO, Cluster

Planning/Policy/Guidelines/Procedures/Protocols/Manual of Operations on HEM Programs & Systems:

• • •

Approved Local Manual of Operations & Procedures

Local MOA or TOR for Sectoral/Networking/Clustering

Reporting, Information Management, Logistics Management, Financial Management, Communications & Monitoring and Evaluation

Peso & Logistic (equipments, medicines etc.) Research and special studies Post-incident evaluation

Prepared by:

Reviewed by:

Noted by:

Richard B. Maniago

Cesar C. Cassion, MD, MPH

Leonita P. Gorgolon, MD, MHA, MCHM, CEO VI

Asst. RHEMS Coordinator

ARD-OIC/ RHEMS Coordinator

Regional Director


Annex 5 LOGFRAME – ORAL HEALTH PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL 1. 2. 3.

The prevalence of Dental caries is reduced. The Prevalence of periodontal disease is reduced. The proportion of orally fit Children under 6 yrs. Old is increased

PURPOSE Reduction on the prevalence rate of dental caries and periodontal diseases among the general population.

OUTPUTS 1. Prevalence of Dental caries is reduced from 98% to 85% 2. Prevalence of Periodontal disease is reduced from 78% to 60% 3. Increase proportion of Orally Fit Children under 6 y.o to 80% INPUTS/ACTIVITIES 1. Preventive Services  Conduct periodic oral examination  Oral hygiene program  Supervised tootbrushing drill  Pit and fissure sealants  Flouride utilization 2. Promotive Services  Oral Health education/IEC advocacy 3. Basic Package Oral Health Care (The Life cycle approach)

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI) 1. Prevalence rate of Dental caries 2. Prevalence rate of Periodontal diseases 3. Percentage of Orally Fit Child under 6 y.o

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV) - FHSIS Reports - National Monitoring and Evaluation Dental Survey (NMEDS)

-Reduced prevalence of Dental caries to 85% - Reduced prevalence of Periodontal diseases to 60%. - Increased proportion of orally fit child

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1. Dental Caries is reduced to 85% 2. Periodontal disease is reduced to 60% 3. Proportion of orally fit children under 6 years old is increased to 80%

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-Increase proportion of orally fit children under 6 y.o to 80% -Controlled oral health risk among the general population -Improve conditions of pregnant women ty 20%, older persons by 10%

ASSUMPTION -Accurate data recording and reporting of Oral Health Accomplishments from the Provinces.

Submitted accomplishment reports on Oral Health Program from different provinces FHSIS Reports NMEDS

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Updated and accurate data on Oral Health Program accomplishments

FHSIS Report on oral health program National Monitoring and Evaluation Dental Survey (NMEDS)

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Accomplishment reports validated FHSIS report accurate

1. Oral Health Form 1 – Individual Treatment Record 2. Oral Health Form 2 – Oral Health Status & Services Report 3. Oral Health From 3 – Daily Toothbrusing Progress report 4. Oral Health From 3A – Consolidated Toothbrushing Drill Report 5. Monitoring and Evaluation

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Accurately filled up Oral Health Forms Funds for Oral Health Programs are allocated from DOH and LGUs Oral Health Program Activities are well implemented up to the Barangay Level. Periodic Monitoring and Evaluation


FAMILY PLANNING PROGRAM DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL To provide universal access to FP information and services whenever and wherever these are needed

PURPOSE - Address the need to help couples and individuals achieve their desired family size - Ensure that quality FP services are available in all health facilities

OUTPUTS - Empowered men & women - Increased Contraceptive Prevalence Rate - Increased use of modern FP methods - Reduced FP unmet needs - Reduced Total Fertility Rate

Increased number of facilities providing FP counselling and services both public and private -

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Inventory of health facilities per province and city

Increase couples’ year protection Increase number of FP Current Users Increase number of FP New Acceptors

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Increased CPR Increased market mobilization of FP commodities Decreased Total Fertility Rate Decreased Maternal Mortality Ratio Decreased Infant/neonatal mortality Ratio

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More and more RHMs and PHNs capable to provide FP services Private clinics submitting reports quarterly to provinces and cities

-

FHSIS Reports from all reporting units Annual Accomplishment Reports PIR

LGUs are supportive of the program and provide necessary funding for the identified/planned activities -

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Birth Registry FHSIS Reports Annual Accomplishment Reports Maternal Death Review Program Implementation Review

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-

Effective counselling and information dissemination provided to all clients LGUs allocate funds to support CSR plans

IEC and Advocacy activities are actively and regularly conducted at the grassroots level FHSIS report accurate and validated ICV (Informed Consent & Voluntarism) strictly observed

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES -

Capability building to RHMs & PHNs Provision/Procurement of FP Logistics and supplies Engagement of Private Clinics and FP providers to existing Health Information System

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Training inventory per province FHSIS Reports Stocks inventory logbook reflecting deliveries for the past six months Quarterly reports from Private clinics

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PPP strengthened in the Provinces CSR Plans are followed/used Budget allocation by LGUs for FP Commodities procurement


MNCHN DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL To rapidly reduce maternal and neonatal mortality

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Reduced Maternal Death Ratio Reduced Infant Mortality Ratio

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FHSIS Reports Annual Reports Weekly reports

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Accurate and complete submission of reports from provinces/cities and municipalities including the private sector

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Increased referral of high risk pregnancy Increased coverage of immunization and nutrition services

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Maternal Death Review Program Implementation Review Infant Death Review FHSIS Reports

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Increased CPR Increased Ante-Natal Care Coverage Increased Percentage of FIC Increased percentage of SBA and FBD

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FHSIS Reports TCL @ the municipal and barangay levels Conduct of RCA Inventory of Birthing Facilities

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All collected data are accurate Presence of legislation on regulation of traditional birth attendants

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Number of organized and functional WHT/BHT Number of trained BEMONC Teams Upgraded birthing facilities

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Masterlist of functional BHTs from PHTs Training Inventory Facility Inventory Monitoring and Evaluation results

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All BHTs/WHTs are functional All birthing facilities undergone Quality Assurance monitoring

PURPOSE Improve quality of neonatal and child health service delivery at all levels

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Maternal Death Review and Program Implementation Reviews conducted at all levels

OUTPUTS -

Reduction of Maternal Death Reduction Of Infant Death Increasing FIC Coverage Increasing Facility-Based Delivery Increasing Skilled Birth Attendance

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INPUTS/ACTIVITIES -

Strengthening capability building of health services Enhance capacity of health facilities Organization of WHT/BHT

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Logical Framework Requested by NEDA Program: RESU Design Summary

Means of Verification

(OVI)

(MOV)

Mortality and Morbidity Rate of Notifiable Diseases

Goal 

Objectively Verifiable Indicator

To reduce morbidity and mortality through an institutionalized , functional integrated disease surveillance and response system nationwide( Philippine Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response)

Prevalence and Incidence Rate of Notifiable Diseases

Review of Documents

Review of Documents

Purpose 

Institutionalization of local epidemiology and surveillance unit

Number of LGus with ESUs staff with corresponding budget for staffing and operation

Output

Weekly collection, analysis, interpretation and dissemination of surveillance data

Validation of surveillance data

Budget Review Documents Review

For CHD, Provincial Health Office & City Health Office:

Key Informant Interview

Document Review  

Number of ESU submitted weekly surveillance data Production of Surveillance and Outbreak Investigation Report

Assumption

With a functional Philippine Integrated Disease Surveillance and Outbreak System diseases which are communicable and prone to outbreak will be reduced and prevent deaths


Production of Surveillance and Outbreak Advisory

Number of ESUs conducted validation of surveillance data

Detection and notification of unusual/abnormal health Events

Referral of laboratory samples in a timely manner

Document Review Number of ESUs who can produced weekly surveillance report and IMRAD evry after outbreak

Number of Events with surveillance and outbreak advisory 

Document Review and Key Informant review

Document Review and Key Informant Inetrview

Epidemic preparedness and response plan

Observation and Document Review  

Investigation and Response Teams

Number of Samples sent for laboratory confirmation in a timely manner

Number of LGUs with epidemic preparedness and response plan

For Hospitals (LGU & DOH hospitals) :

 

Functional Surveillance Officer Production and Dissemination of Surveillance Data

Inputs/Activities : •

Trainings and planning workshop attended by:  Leader, Manager, Coordinators, Trainer, Responder and other technical staff

Document Review and Key Informant Interview

Document Review and key Informant Interview Number of unusual events and outbreak investigated by the team


Functional partnerships:  Health Sector, Private Sector/NGO, Government Agencies

Planning/Policy/Guidelines/Procedures/Protocols/Manual of Operations on PIDSR

• • • • •

Reporting, Information Management, Logistics Management, Financial Management, Communications & Monitoring and Evaluation

Peso & Logistic (equipments, medicines etc.) Research and special studies On site Technical Assistance Supervisory mentoring and tutorial Scientific forum and observational study tour

Prepared by:

Gerna May-as Manatad, MD,PHSAE RESU Head

Reviewed by:

Cesar C. Cassion, MD, MPH

Noted by:

Leonita P. Gorgolon, MD, MHA, MCHM, CEO VI

ARD-OIC/ RHEMS Coordinator

Regional Director


MALARIA CONTROL PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL:  Malaria is eliminated as a Public Health problem in all endemic provnices

 No. of confirmed cases  No. of patients treated

 Philmis (Phil. Malaria Information System) reports generated in all health facilities

PURPOSE:  To decrease Malaria cases in all endemic provinces and increase numbers of Malaria free areas

 No. of active and passive cases seen

 Philmis  FHSIS

 Full funding support in conducting all activities relative to the reduction of Malaria cases

 Annual Parasitic Incidence (API)  Malaria death rate

 Monitoring Reports  Philmis  FHSIS

 Close coordination and cooperation of all stakeholders

 No. of confirm cases discovered

 Monitoring Reports  Philmis  FHSIS

 Well organized and plan activities

OUTPUTS:  Reduce Malaria cases by 70% from 50/100,000 population to 15/100,000 population  Reduce Malaria deaths by 50% from 0.11/100,000 population to 0.05/100,000 population INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct active casefinding and prompt treatment  Conduct selective vector control measures  Intensify advocacy  Strengthening Malaria surveillance

 No. of vector control measures conducted  No. of advocacy conducted  No. of surveillance activities done

 Dedication of all health workers from all levels


NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  To reduce morbidity and mortality from TB by 50% PURPOSE:  Improvement of access to quality TB DOTS services

OUTPUTS:  Case Detection rate = 85 %  Cure rate = 90 % INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Intensified casefinding and case holding activities  Conduct ACSM activities  Conduct trainings

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 50% reduction of TB mortality and morbidity by year 2015

 FHSIS

 Cooperation and participation of partners and stakeholders

 % increased in TB Cure Rate  % increased in TB Case Detection rate

 FHSIS  RHUs reports  Reports from TBDOTS centers  FHSIS  RHUs reports  Reports from TBDOTS centers

 Support from DOH and LCEs  Provision of TB drugs and other logistical support  Active support of the community and health workers  Public – Private Partnership

 Reports from RHUs  MSR results

 Active participation and support from LCEs, Health workers and community

 85 % Case Detection Rate  90 % Cure Rate

 No. of individual discovered and given treatment  No. of ACSM activities conducted  No. of trainings conducted


Annex 5 LOGFRAME NON-COMMUNICABLE DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL - Reduction in the mortality, morbidity and disability rates due to lifestyle related non-communicable diseases.

Results of Surveys, research reports from the field, hospitals

Survey Research Morbidity/Mortality Reports

LGU Support Funding Commitment of Health Workers

Results of Surveys Reports

Risk Assessment Tools Studies

National & Local support

Results of Surveys, research Data from health facilities

Monitoring Checklists Surveys

Funding Commitment of LGUs and HeaLth Workers

PURPOSE -Exposure of population to risks related to NCDs primarily smoking, unhealthy diet, physical inactivity, stress and alcohol use is reduced. OUTPUTS -Proportion of population practicing healthy lifestyles is increase - Proportion of NCD cases given appropriate treatment and care is increased -No. of LGUs providing a supportive environment for the practice of healthy lifestyle is increase. INPUTS/ACTIVITIES - ADVOCACY - TRAININGS - COALITIONS

Individual Treatment Records

Monitoring Awarding of Best Implementers Results of monitoring Issuances of ordinances/resolutions Technical Assistance Building of Coalitions

Monitoring Checklists Presence of Support Group Organization of Coalition

Presence of Ordinances/Resolutions Coalitions

Surveys Monitoring Interview of health workers

Participation and involvement of LGUs Funding


PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS PROGRAM DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

GOAL -Reduce the prevalence of avoidable blindness through the provision of quality eye care

Surveys , studies, reports/data from health facility

# of cataract surgery done # of eye screening done

Funding Increase no. of Gov’t Ophthalmologists, EENTs

Surveys Reports from the health facility masterlisting

Surveys reports

Funding

No. of cataract surgeries

Hospitals ( Government & Private) In-patient & Out-patient, patient records LCSPs, NGOs

Cataract missions were conducted without proper coordination and clearance from CHDs LGU Support No. of donors

No. of children with visual disability

Survey results Reports

Trainings of available HWs was done

Masterlist of cataract cases No. of patients given Vit. A No. of patients provided with IOL/eyeglasses No. of HP activities conducted

Reports Registry

LGU/LCSP support Lack of ophthalmologists

Attendance Sheets

Provision of VAC Funding not adequate

PURPOSE -Increase cataract surgical rate from 500 to 900 by the year 2011. -Reduce visual impairment due to refractive errors -Reduce the prevalence of visual disability in children OUTPUTS -Increased cataract case finding and Surgery No. of clients with EOR - Reduced prevalence of visual impairment due to Error of Refraction -Reduced prevalence of visual disability in children. INPUTS/ACTIVITIes SERVICE DELIVERY - Cataract screening/operation - Visual acuity screening - Provisions of IOL/eyeglasses - Vitamin A Supplementation - Health Promotion on PEC


DESIGN SUMMARY GOVERNANCE -Capacity enhancement of health workers at all levels on Primary Eye Care -Passage of local ordinances supporting the program -Creation of LCSPs -Networking/partnership & resource mobilization FINANCING -Full coverage of cataract surgeries by PhilHealth GOAL -Ensure the development, implementation & monitoring of relevant & efficient health programs & systems for PWDs that are available, accessible, affordable & acceptable -Reduce prevalence of all types of disabilities -Protect & promote the human rights and dignity of PWDs and caregivers PURPOSE -Develop integrated national health & human rights programs & local models to serve the special health needs of PWDs -Implementation & monitoring of laws & policies for PWD such as accessibity law, human rights & other related laws -Equitable, available, accessible, acceptabler & affordable health facilities & services for PWD through development & implementation of essential health package that is suitable to their special needs & enrollment to PhilHealth

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

N o of HWs trained

Attendance Sheet

Funding

No of ordinances passed No of meetings and activities

Minutes of meetings Documentation/Reports

No. of funds for dissemination/implementation of the ordinance

N o. of patients with full coverage

LGUs record

No of policies strictly implemented

Reports/Records

Lack of coordination

CBR in place

Minutes of the meeting of RCDA Registry established LCSP

Adequate funds for RCDA meeting Sustainability of support from all stakeholders Accurate reports

Compliance to BP 344

DPWH reports for LGU

1% benefits

W & F plan

Compliance to 1 % provision


-Initiate & strengthen collaboration & partnership among stakeholders to Regional Council for Disability Affairs improve facilities devoted to the management & rehabilitation of PWD & upgrade the capabilities of health professional & frontline workers to cater their special needs -Continue & fast-track the registration of PWD in order to generate data for accurate planning & implementation of the program RESULTS PWD friendly health services available at all levels ACTIVITIES -Health Promotion -Building Network -Training -Monitoring & Evaluation - Resource Mobilization

No of clients serve

Attendance Minutes of the meetings Agenda Accurate reports

ITR/Reports

Competent staff


SMOKING DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL To protect present and future generation from devastating health, social and environmental consequences of Tobacco PURPOSE Reduced burden of disease and Death caused by tobacco through: -reduced prevalence of tobacco use -reduced exposure to tobacco smoke to tobacco use and its effects OUTPUTS -Strengthened & capacitated structure for prevention and control of tobacco use -Implementation & monitoring of laws & policies for tobacco control were advocated Collaboration & partnership among stakeholders was initiated and strengthened INPUTS/ACTIVITIES -To integrate NTPCP in NCD health promo package -To conduct survey on smoking populace -To advocate the implementation Of RA 9211 -To organize functional Coalitions at all level -To integrate NTPCP in school curriculum

Prepared by:

DELMA O. LEGASPI, RN Program Coordinator

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

Decreased in the prevalence of NCD

ASSUMPTION

Survey Mortality / Morbidity Report

Consistent support from the National and Local Government Units

Survey

Consistent support from the national and LGUs

No stakeholders oriented and aware of the program policies/guidelines

Attendance and participation

Social acceptability

No of AO, EO, ordinances No of IEC materials developed

Records from DOH LGUs

Presence of source of income

No of organized coalition

Attendance Records from LGUs

Presence of local champions

Reduce use of tobacco

Implement No Smoking Policy

Technical Assistance, Funds

Acceptability to smoking LCEs

Approved by:

LEONITA P. GORGOLON, MD, MHA, MCHM, CEO VI Director IV


RABIES CONTROL PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  Reduce the incidence rate of Human Rabies to 2.5 cases / million population

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 To eliminate rabies and declare Philippines rabies free by year 2020

 Reports from Animal Bite and treatment Centers (ABTC)

 LGUs to support the program  Responsible pet Owners

PURPOSE:  Incidence rate of human rabies at municipal level is decreased

 Human rabies incidence rate decreased by 20 % yearly

 FHSIS

 Local Government Unit will augment rabies vaccine

OUTPUTS:  Rabies elimination level is achieved

 No human rabies cases

 FHSIS

 Number of volunteer preexposure prophylaxis administered  Number of Brgy. Captains oriented / generated support  Number of NGOs actively participated  Number of dog bite cases postexposure prophylaxis administered  No. of advocacies / trainings conducted

 FHSIS  List of Brgy. Captainsoriented  List of participants trained / advocated

INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Administer pre-exposure prophylaxis to volunteers  Orientation of Brgy, Captains and other LGUs  Networking with other NGAs, LGUs and NGOs  Administer post exposure prophylaxis to all dog bite cases  Conduct Advocacies and trainings

 Support from LGUs  Support from NGOs  Local Government Unit will augment rabies vaccine


SCHISTOSOMIASIS CONTROL PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  The prevalence rate of schistosomiasis is reduce in endemic provinces PURPOSE:  Prevalence rate of Schistosomiasis at provincial level based on WHO survey is decreased OUTPUTS:  50% reduction in the prevalence rate of schistosomiasis in endemic provinces INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct mass treatment  Intensify advocacy  Conduct surveillance  Conduct trainings

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 FHSIS  Result of surveillance surveys

 Cooperation and participation of Local Government Units

 No. of Surveys done

 Report of surveys conducted

 There are funds for the conduct of surveys

 No. of cases discovered during conduct of surveillance in endemic areas

 FHSIS  Results in stool examination

 LGUs involvement on the implementation of program

 No. of individual given treatment  No. of advocacy conducted  No. of surveillance activities done  No. of trainings conducted

 Reports from RHUs  Report of surveys conducted

 Full support of the community and LGUs

 % reduction of schistosomiasis prevalence rate


SOIL TRANSMITTED HELMINTHIASIS CONTROL PROGRAM LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY GOAL:  Prevalence rate of soil transmitted Helminths and other parasitosis among children is reduced PURPOSE:  Prevalence rate of STH cases among children 1-12 years old is reduced

OUTPUTS:  Less than 50 % prevalence rate among 1-12 years old children INPUTS/ACTIVITIES:  Conduct mass deworming activities  Intensify advocacy  Conduct surveillance  Conduct trainings

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

ASSUMPTION

 % reduction of Soil Transmitted Helminths and other parasitosis prevalence rate

 FHSIS  Result of surveys

 No. of Surveys and studies conducted

 Report of surveys / studies conducted

 There are funds for the conduct of surveys

 No. of cases discovered through stool examination

 FHSIS  Results in casefinding activities

 There are organizations willing to conduct the surveys or studies

 No. of individual dewormed  No. of advocacy conducted  No. of surveillance activities done  No. of trainings conducted

 Reports from RHUs  Report of surveys conducted

 Full support of the community and LGUs  Resolutions passed and issuances made and implemented

 There are reports on surveys conducted


TRC & After Care LOGICAL FRAMEWORK

DESIGN SUMMARY

OBJECTIVELY VERIFIABLE INDICATOR (OVI)

MEANS OF VERIFICATION (MOV)

GOAL:  Assist clients to fully recover from Drug Dependency.

All clients to complete the treatment and rehabilitation program and aftercare program

   

Complete and standard facilities and established quality treatment program.

To provide a world class treatment facility with efficient treatment program.

   

ASSUMPTION/Risks

Court release Progress reports Post DDE Completion certificate of aftercare program. Accreditation of treatment facility TRC policies Documentation of activities conducted Client Satisfaction Treatment Plan

Clients will be reintegrated into the community and become self reliant, productive and sober individuals.

Negative results of at least 3 consecutive random drug testing Progress report Court order/court release

Client will be assuming social responsibility. Absence of involvement in criminal activity.

Approved TRC policies , MOP, TRC major & house rules posted at the TRC

PURPOSE: 

To provide a treatment and rehabilitation program for drug dependents and aftercare program for RDD’s to prevent the recurrence of Drug Abuse and relapse.

After 6 months in the TRC in the client will be discharged from the center and continue his18 months aftercare program. The client will be maintaining a good standing in the community.

Full operations of the TRC and established program policy.

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OUTPUTS: 

Formulation of TRC Policies, Rules and Manual of Operations for correction and approval.

The TRC will be a licensed treatment facility and will be in full operation.


Drug testing to RDD’s

All RDD’s were tested as to guidelines

Drug test results

Home Visitation

Gathered collateral information

Case study report

Regular assessment of clients status through case conference

Quarterly case conference will conducted for each client for evaluation.

Case conference minutes Attendance Sheet Treatment Plan

Regular Spiritual Activities will be conducted (weekly Mass, Bible Study.

 

Documentation Of daily activities Structured Activities

Spiritual based enhancement activities

 

Conducted individual counseling.

The clients would be able to disclose their drug problem and address these issues.

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Case study report Progress reports

Intensive Treatment Session

Clients will be able to manage stress, learn to prevent relapse, enhance coping skills.

Early Recovery Skills activity Output Attendance sheet/logbook

Positive results for three consecutive testing

Clients will be given appropriate treatment and issues regarding its cases will be addressed individually.

Clients will be involved in faith based activity. And will enhance their spirituality as a therapy.

Client’s issues/problems will be resolved and worker would be able to gather data relevant for the

Clients stay sober

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