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HEALTH DATA REVIEW (note: Health data review must be done per sub-unit area of

the catchments area)


INDICATORS:
A. Demographic data.
a. total population = 470
b. total household = 104
B. Health indices.
Indices
Crude Birth Rate
Crude Date Rate
Maternal Mortality Rate
Infant Mortality Rate
Neonatal Mortality Rate

No.
24
3
0
0
1

Rate per 100 popn.


51.06
6.4
0
0
2.1

No.
12
12
1
1
1
2
5
6

Rate per 100 popn.


25.5
25.5
2.1
2.1
2.1
4.2
10.6
12.7

No.
1

Rate per 100 popn.


2.1

1
1

2.1
2.1

No.
5
2

%
4.8
2

a. leading causes of morbidity


Causes
URTI
Diarrhea
Measles
Gingivitis
Appendicitis
schistosomiasis
Parasitism
Chronic pains
b. leading causes of mortality
Causes
Pneumonia very severe,
PTB far advance
Schistosomiasis
Still birth
C. socio-economic status
a. average monthly income
Average
P 5,00 up
4,001-5,000

3,001-4,000
2,001-3,000
1,001-2,000
501-1,000
Below 500
TOTAL

6
11
24
31
25
104

5.7
10.5
23.07
29.9
24.03
100

b. source of income and livelihood


Sources

No

Farming
Fishing
Sari sati store
Peddling
Driver
Laborer
Government employment
Private employment
Tailoring
TOTAL
D. social indices
a. average household size: 4 members per household
b. educational level
Educational level
Post graduate
College graduate
College level
High school graduate
High school level
Elementary graduate
Elementary level
TOTAL

No.

E. means of transportation: motorcycle; PUJ; PUB


F. communication facilities: transistor radio; cell phones,

G. environmental indices
1. Proper Excreta Disposal
Type
Water sealed toilet
Over hang latrine
Antipolo type
Open pit privy
Closed pit privy
Bored-hole latrine
Pail system
Flush type
Others specify.
TOTAL
2.

Number

Drinking water supply:


Source
Local water district (pipeline)
Deep well
Shallow Dug well
Spring
Bottled/mineral water
Others: pls. Specify.
TOTAL

3. Drainage facility:

Number

( ) open drainage

4. Method of garbage disposal:


( ) burning ( ) recycling

( ) blind drainage

( ) Open dumping
( ) composting
( ) government waste disposal system

H. nutritional status (0-6 years old)


Status

No

PROGRAM REVIEW
PROGRAM
PARAMETER
CUT-OFF
POINTS
SUB-UNIT

MATERNAL CARE
Given TT2 plus

3 More Prenatal Visits


80%
Population

Yearly
Accomplishment
Target

Given complete Iron dosage

85%
%

Target

Yearly
Accomplishment
Target

85%
%

Target

Yearly
Accomplishment
Target

Target

Bgy. Maligaya
Brgy. Laboy
Bgy. Mucdol
PROGRAM
PARAMETER
CUT-OFF
POINTS
SUB-UNIT

MATERNAL CARE
PP with at least 1PP visit
PP given complete Iron dosage
85%
Population

Yearly
target

Accomplishment

85%
%

target

Yearly
Accomplishment
target

Target

Bgy. Maligaya
Brgy. Laboy
Bgy. Mucdol

WORKSHEET 1.1
ANALYSIS ON PRIORITY HEALTH PROBLEMS
PRIORITY HEALTH PROGRAM

DOH controlled/non-DOH controlled


CAUSES/FACTORS

1. High prevalence of malnutrition


1. Inadequate food assistance/production activities.
nd
a. High prevalence of 2 and 2. Inadequate IEC mobilization activities.
3rd degree malnourished 3. Inadequate manpower resources: unmet BNS-Target children for weighing
children aged 0-5 years old.
ratio coverage.
4. Limited trainings, seminars, symposium and other activities needed to update
2nd degree Mal = 38.8%
the KSA of BNS in nutrition program.
3rd degree Mal = 6.1 %
5. Insufficient financial and technical support from concern agencies.
44.9%
6. Inadequate knowledge of parents in promoting good nutrition to among
children as manifested of:
a) Eating junk foods which eventually losing childrens appetite.
b) Improper food handling and preparation.
c) Poor personal and environmental hygiene.
d) Unfamiliarity of basic food pyramid as guide for good selections
of foods to eat.
e) No vitamins/minerals supplementation.
f) Unsafe water source for drinking.
g) Acute illness related to dental carries, periodontal disease, etc.
b. Low OPT coverage to 1. Poor master listing.
among 0-5 years old 2. Deficient supervision of BNS and other auxiliary health workers in the
children.
assigned areas of concern.
3. Poor compliance with the deadlines for submission of OPT results to
immediate supervisor.
4. Limited trainings, seminars, symposium and other activities needed to update
the KSA of BNS in nutrition program computation of target/results.
5. Limited logistic supply: weighing scale; formatted reports; school supplies
and other materials needed for recording and reporting.
6. Non-permanent residency of some targeted children.

1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.

PROGRAMS/PROJECTS
RESPONSIVE TO THE
PROBLEMS
Nutrition program.
Garantisadong Pambata.
Dental Health Program.
Food fortification program.
Child health program.
Soil transmitted helmenthiasis
program.
Breastfeeding program.

WORKSHEET 1.2
STATEMENT OF AREA-PROGRAM SPECIFIC PROBLEMS
PROGRAM
PARAMETER
CUT-OFF
POINT
FIELD
SUBUNIT AREA

MATERNAL CARE
Given TT2 plus
Given complete Iron dosage

3 or More Prenatal Visits


80%
Data

Status

85%
Rank

Data

Status

PP with at least 1PP visit

85%
Rank

Data

Status

85%
Rank

Data

Status

Total Number
of C & Check

Rank

Bgy. Maligaya
Brgy. Laboy
Bgy. Mucdol

WORKSHEET 2.1
ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM-SPECIFIC PROBLEMS AND STATEMENT OF PROGRAM AND OPERATIONAL GOALS BY PROGRAM & FIELD SUB-UNIT.
AREA/PROGRAMS
Bgy. Maligaya
1. Nutrition
program

RANK
(Cs/Check)
1/3

STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM

CAUSES/FACTORS OF THE
PROBBLEM

1. High prevalence of 2nd and 3rd 1. Inadequate


food
degree malnourished children
assistance/production activities.
aged 0-5 years old.
2. Inadequate IEC mobilization
activities.
2nd degree Mal = 38.8% 3. Inadequate manpower resources:
3rd degree Mal = 6.1 %
unmet BNS-Target children for
44.9%
weighing ratio coverage.
4. Limited trainings, seminars,
symposium and other activities
needed to update the KSA of
BNS in nutrition program.
5. Insufficient
financial
and
technical support from concern
agencies.
6. Inadequate knowledge of parents
in promoting good nutrition to
among children as manifested of:
a. Eating junk foods which
eventually
losing
childrens appetite.
b. Improper food handling
and preparation.
c. Poor
personal
and
environmental hygiene.
d. Unfamiliarity of basic

STATEMENT OF GOALS
PROGRAM
OPERATIONAL GOAL
GOALS
By the end of 1. Improve
food
March
2006,
assistance/productio
malnutrition will
n activities.
be decrease from 2. Activate
IEC
44.9% to 35%.
mobilization
activities.
3. Propose additional
manpower
and
allocate additional
budget
for
honorarium
and
allowances thereof.
4. Regular update of
KSA of BNS through
trainings or seminar.
5. Seek
financial/technical
support from partner
stakeholders.
6. Conduct
health
education sessions
with
targeted
clientele.
7. Provide promotive
and
preventive

7.
2. Low OPT coverage to among 0- 1.
5 years old children.
2.
3.
4.

5.

food pyramid as guide for


good selections of foods
to eat.
e. No
vitamins/minerals
supplementation.
f. Unsafe water source for
drinking.
Acute illness related to dental
carries, periodontal disease, etc.
Poor master listing.
Deficient supervision of BNS in
the assigned areas of concern.
Poor compliance with the
deadlines for submission of OPT
results to immediate supervisor.
Limited trainings, seminars,
symposium and other activities
needed to update the KSA of
BNS in nutrition programs
computation of target/results.
Limited logistic supply: weighing
scale; formatted reports; school
supplies and other materials
needed for recording and
reporting.

nursing
care
to
address
acute
illnesses.

By the end of 1. Regular


master
March 2006, OPT
listing of 0-5 years
coverage will be
old children.
increase from 90% 2. Regular supervision
to 100%.
activities to among
BNS.
3. Provide formula and
other paraphernalia
for
target/results
computation.
4. Acquire additional
weighing scale and
other
important
logistic supplies for
recording
and
reporting purposes.

WORKSHEET 2.1

(ANALYSIS OF PROGRAM-SPECIFIC PROBLEMS AND STATEMENT OF PROGRAM GOALS AND OPERATIONAL GOALS BY PROGRAM
AND AREA)
AREA/PROGRA
MS
CARI/IM
CI
SACME- 175
LIMBUHAN
DACU- 46

RANK

2
checks

STATEMENT
OF THE
PROBLEM
High Incidence
of Acute

CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM


DOHNONCONTROLLED
DOHCONTROLLE
D
In effective
health IEC
activities on:
Prevention
and control
of ARI
When and
whom to
consult.
Signs and
symptoms of
ARI
Importance
of proper
nutrition
Advantage of
complete
immunizatio
n.
Inadequate
skills and
knowledge of
the health

Low family
income to
sustain their
family daily
needs
especially
quality
nutritious
foods to
household
members
particularly to
large family
size.
Poor utilization
of the
community
services
provided by
the program
(CARI/IMCI)
due to conflict
with domestic
activities.

STATEMENT OF GOALS
PROGRAM
GOAL
By the end of June
2014, the
incidence of ARI
will decrease from
49-25 (50%).

OPERATIONAL
GOAL
To increase
case finding
of ARI cases.
Mobilize BHW,
CHT in case
finding/
master listing
of cases.
Conduct
consultation
of ARI cases
and follow-up
of referred
cases.
- Perform
thorough
assessment
of IMCI
clients.
a. History
taking
b. v/s taking
c. Proper
nursing
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2
Checks

worker in the
Lack of
detection,
knowledge of
early
mothers and
management
caretakers
and treatment
about ARI
of ARI.
- Signs and
Lack of training
symptoms
of midwives on
- Nature of
IMCI
the disease
particularly on
- Transmissio
ARI.
n
- Poor
- Importance
of early
implementa
referral.
Negative
tion of
attitudes of
mothers
lderly.
towards
Poor case
health
services.
finding
- Poor quality
- Identifying
of care of
people with:
children
Hypertensio
below 5
n
years old
Risk factors
- Children are
of
left on the
developing
care of
siblings.
Hypertensio

Lack
of
n.
confidence of
Lack of skills
the
CVHWs in:
mother/patien

By the end of June


2014, the
incidence of
diarrhea will
decrease from 12-6
(50%)

manageme
nt
d. Incidental
health
teachings.
Reassessment of
ARI cases
through
follow-up visit
or
consultation
at BHS.

Dissemination of
information
about the early
signs and

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BP taking
Record and
reporting
Health
education

t towards the
health worker
ability to treat
and manage
ARI.
Intense
weather
changes (too
cold or too
hot) that
provokes/hast
en the
occurrence of
ARI.
Poor EVS of
household:
- Food
preparation,
handling
and
storage.
- Utilization
of sanitary
toilet and
water
drainage:
Animal
manageme
nt

By the end of June


2014, the number
of households with
blind drainage will
increase to 14-28
(50%)

By the end of June


2014 those
household without
WST will decrease
from 32-64 (50%)
By the end of June
2014, all
hypertensive
elderly will be
monitored.

symptoms of
diarrhea to be
improve for
prevention of
complications
To improve the
knowledge of
the first health
liner team in the
Brgy. That
includes the
BHWs and BNS
by conducting
seminar/training
about the CDD
program
To properly
implement the
programs of
DOH regarding
Diarrhea and
finally prevents
dehydration
together with
the RHU and
Brgy Health
team.

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Waste
manageme
nt.
Poor
compliance of
families in the
construction
and utilization
of WST.
Lack of time
of family
members to
focus on
maintaining
cleanliness.
Low family
income.
False beliefs
with regards
to diarrheal
management.
Distance of
the health
facility for
referral of
cases.

Poor practice in

To improve
implementatio
n of EVS
Program in the
community.
To improve IEC
activities
regarding EVS.
To coordinate
with the RSI for
schedule of
visit.

Conduct BP
monitoring per
barangay.
Conduct health
education

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sanitation of
community people.

Poor practice in
sanitation of
community people.

regarding on:
- Healthy
lifestyle
- Health and
nutrition
Conduct
exercise
activities for
elderly and
conduct BP
monitoring
before and after
exercise.

Negative
attitudes of
community
people
towards
health care
services due
to:
- Wrong
perception
on
hypertensio
n
- Fear of
knowing

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their BP
- Consequenc
es of being
hypertensiv
e
- Low socioeconomic
status that:
Hinders
them in
buying the
maintenanc
e medicine
for
hypertensio
n
Diet

WORKSHEET 2.2
OPERATIONAL PLAN
Resource Requirements
Area/Program

Program/Operational Goal

Measures/Activities

Targets

Anchor Person

Schedule

Item/Quantit
y

Unit Cost

Total Cost

Source Of
Funds

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Bgy. Maligaya
1. Nutrition program

By the end of March 2006,


malnutrition will be decrease
from 44.9% to 35%.
1.

Improve
food
assistance/production
activities.

2.

Activate
IEC
mobilization activities.

3.

Propose
additional
manpower and allocate
additional budget for
honorarium
and
allowances thereof.

4.

Regular update of KSA

1.

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of BNS through.

5.

Seek financial/technical
support from partner
stakeholders.

6.

Conduct
health
education sessions with
targeted clientele.

7.

Provide promotive and

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preventive nursing care


to
address
acute
illnesses.

By the end of March 2006,


OPT coverage will be
increase from 90% to 100%.
1.

Regular master listing of


0-5 years old children.

2.

Regular
activities
BNS.

supervision
to among

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3.

Provide formula and


other paraphernalia for
target/results
computation.

4.

Acquire
additional
weighing scale and other
important
logistic
supplies for recording
and reporting purposes.

WORKSHEET 3.0
SUPERVISORY SCHEME OF PROGRAM ACTIVITIES BY SUB-FIELD UNIT.
Area/Program
Maligaya
2. Nutrition

Problem In
Implementation

Objective
By the end of March 2006,
malnutrition
will
be

1.

Supervisory Objective
General Objective:
To ensure that all planned

Evaluation
Criteria
1. For RHM

Strategies/Activities
1.

Time Frame

Responsible Person

For RHM

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program

decrease from 44.9% to


35%.

activities will be carry out


as agreed with time
schedule
Specific Objective:

By the end of March 2006,


OPT coverage will be
increase from 90% to
100%.

1.

To ensure that all planned


activities will be carry out
as agreed with time
schedule

2.

For BNS

2.

For BNS

3.

For RHM

3.

For RHM

Specific Objective:

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4.

For BNS

4.

For BNS

WORKSHEET 4.0
EVALUATION SCHEME OF PROGRAM ACTIVITIES BY SUB-FIELD UNIT.
Problem Area

Activities Undertaken

Target

Status

Enhancing Factors

Deterring Factors

Endorsement
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of Concern

(Operational Goal)

High
prevalence of
2nd and 3rd
degree
malnourished
children aged
0-5 years old.

By the end of March 2006,


malnutrition will be decrease
from 44.9% to 35%.

Past
#

Present
#
%

1. Improve
food
assistance/production
activities.
2. Activate IEC mobilization
activities.
3. Propose
additional
manpower and allocate
additional
budget
for
honorarium and allowances
thereof.
4. Regular update of KSA of
BNS through trainings or
seminar.
5. Seek
financial/technical
support
from
partner
stakeholders.
6. Conduct health education
sessions with targeted
clientele.

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7. Provide promotive and


preventive nursing care to
address acute illnesses.
Low
OPT
coverage
to By the end of March 2006,
among
0-5 OPT coverage will be increase
years
old from 90% to 100%.
children
1. Regular master listing of 05 years old children.
2. Regular
supervision
activities to among BNS.
3. Provide formula and other
paraphernalia
for
target/results computation.
4. Acquire
additional
weighing scale and other
important logistic supplies
for recording and reporting
purposes.

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