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2017-2022 NCDPCP STRATEGIC PLAN FOR ILOCOS REGION

PART I. BACKGROUND
NCD SITUATION IN ILOCOS REGION
LIFESTYLE-RELATED DISEASES INCLUDING HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF SENIOR CITIZENS
PROGRAM
- LRDS ARE TOP KILLERS COMPRISING MORE THAN 50%OF ALL DEATHS
- ____% OF ALL NCD DEATHS ARE HAPPENING BEFORE THE AGE OF 70
- LRDS CAN CAUSE VARIOUS COMPLICATIONS AND CAN LEAD TO DISABILITY
- MANAGEMENT OF NCDS CAN BE COSTLY AND CAN WORSEN POVERTY
- LRDS WILL LIKELY TO CONTINUE AS A PRIORITY PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM BECAUSE
OF CONTINUOUSLY HIGH PREVALENCE RISK FACTORS: PREVALENCE OF SMOKING
AMONG ADULTS MORE THAN 20 YEARS OLD IS 26.5%, HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL
RATE WHICH IS 25.4%; OVERWEIGHT AND OBESITY AMONG ADULTS IS 27.3%;
OVERWEIGHT AMONG CHILDREN IS ALSO AN EMERGING CONCERN; HYPERTENSION
AMONG ADULTS IS 23.3% HIGHER THAN THE NATIONAL RATE; PREVALENCE OF
DIABETES AMONG ADULTS IS 4.0%
MENTAL HEALTH INCLUDING SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM
- PLEASE PROVIDE BACKGROUND DATA ON MENTAL HEALTH FOR REGION 1
- SUICIDE IS ALSO AN EMERGING CONCERN (PLEASE PROVIDE DATA)
- PLEASE PROVIDE DATA ON MENTAL HEALTH AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE
VIOLENCE AND INJURY PREVENTION
- VIOLENCE AND INJURIES ARE EMERGING PUBLIC HEALTH CONCERN IN REGION 1
- DEATHS DUE TO TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS ARE NOTED TO BE HIGHER THAN THE
NATIONAL AVERAGE IN RECENT YEARS. THE DEATHS DUE TO TRANSPORT ACCIDENTS
IN REGION 1 WERE 14.9 PER 100,000 POPULATION IN 2011, AND 12.1 PER 100, 000
POPULATION IN 2012.
- DROWNING IS ALSO REPORTED AS AN EMERGING CONCERN. DROWNING DEATHS
WAS REPORTED TO BE 4.7 PER 100,000 POPULATION IN 2011 HIGHER THAN THE
NATIONAL AVERAGE (3.9%).
- IN 2012, DROWNING DEATHS WAS 4.6 PER 100,000 POPULATION, HIGHER THANTHE
NATIONAL AVERAGE WHICH WAS 3.5 PER 100,000 POPULATION
- DEATHS DUE TO ASSAULTS IN REGION 1 WAS 10.8 PER 100,000 POPULATION 2011
AND 8.5 PER 100,000 POPULATION IN 2012
HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAM FOR PWDS INCLUDING BLINDNESS PREVENTION
- PLEASE PROVIDE DATA ON PWDS INCLUDING BLINDNESS
PLEASE PROVIDE NARRATIVE PAST AND CURRENT INTERVENTIONS
PLEASE PROVIDE GAPS AND CHALLENGES

IN ITS CONTINUING EFFORTS TO FIGHT NCDS, REGION 1 HAS DEVELOPED NCDPCP STRATEGIC PLAN FOR
2017 TO 2022.
PART II.THE 2017-2022 NCDPCP STRATEGIC PLAN OF ILOCOS REGION
VISION: A region free from noncommunicable diseases with people of all ages enjoying good health

MISSION:Toensure equitable, sustainable and accessible quality NCD package of interventions


andoptimum multisectoral approach towards better health outcomes for all people of Region 1

GOALS:

1. LIFESTYLE-RELATED DISEASES PROGRAM*

To reduce by 10% the premature deaths due to most common avoidable NCDs
To reduce the prevalence of NCD risk factors
- To reduce by 15% the prevalence of tobacco useamong adults 20 years old
- To halt the prevalence of overweight/obesity among adults20 years old
- To reduce by 10% the prevalence of hypertension among adults20 years old
- To halt the prevalence of diabetes among adults20 years old

*Including HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF SENIOR CITIZENS PROGRAM

2. VIOLENCE AND INJURY PREVENTION PROGRAM

To reduce by 20% the deaths due to violence and injuries

3. MENTAL HEALTH PROGRAM*

To promote mental well- being, and increase access to mental health services especially
at the primary health care level

*Including SUBSTANCE ABUSE PROGRAM

4. HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAM FOR PWDS*

To promote health and well-being, and improve access to health services forpersons
with disabilities

*Including BLINDNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM

OBJECTIVES:

1. To sustain the priority accorded to the prevention and control of NCDs in Region 1
2. To strengthen multisectoral actions for the prevention and control of NCDs

3. To reduce avoidable risk factors and strengthen prevention initiatives for NCDs

4. To strengthen health systems especially at the primary health care level

5. To promote and support research and development for the prevention and control of NCDs

6. To monitor progress and evaluate results in the prevention and control of NCDs
PROGRAM: LIFESTYLE-RELATED DISEASES, including HEALTH AND WELL-BEING OF SENIOR CITIZENS

OBJECTIVE 1: To sustain the priority accorded to the prevention and control of NCDs in Region 1
Outcome Indicators (with proposed targets):
10% reduction in the premature deaths due to most common avoidable NCDs
RTo reduction ine the prevalence of NCD risk factors as follows:

o - To reduce by 15% reduction in the prevalence of tobacco useamong adults 20 years old
o No increase in the prevalence of overweight/obesity among adults20 years old
o 10% reduction in the prevalence of hypertension among adults20 years old
o No increase in the prevalence of diabetes among adults20 years old

-To halt the50% of eligible adult population(>25y/o) risk assessed (# of >25y/o risk-assessed/estimated number of adults >25y/o in population)
50% of adults with hypertension attended to within the primary health care system (# of adult hypertensive seen at primary health care
level/estimated number of adults with hypertension)prevalence of overweight/obesity among adults20 years old
50% of adults with diabetes attended to at the primary health care unit- To reduce by(# of adult with diabetes seen at primary health care
level/estimated number of adults with diabetes)
50% of eligible women provided VIA + clinical breast examination 10% the prevalence of hypertension among adults20 years old
- To halt the prevalence of diabetes among adults20 years old

STRATEGIES ACTIVITIES Output TARGETS 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
INDICATORS
Integrate NCD into health and Advocate among members of the Regional Ilocos Regional
development planning RSDC Subcommittee to integrate Development Plan Development Plan
processes and plans NCD and allocate budget in the with NCD 2017-2022 with NCD
Regional Development Plan measures and measures and
interventions, and interventions, and
budget allocation budget allocation

Advocate for LCEs/Local Health Percentage of 100% of LGUs with


Board to integrate NCD prevention LGUs with local local and health
and control measures and allocate and health development plans
budget in local health and development with NCD prevention
development plans such as plans with NCD and control
CIPH/MIPH/AOP prevention and measures, and
control measures, budget allocation
and budget
allocation
OBJECTIVE 2: To strengthen multisectoral actions for the prevention and control of NCDs
Establish mechanisms to Re-activate and reorganize RTCN Number of 4 meetings per year
strengthen multisectoral meeting quarterly through the HL meetings conducted
collaboration in NCD REVO Campaign conducted
prevention and control (Re-activation of
RTCN will be done Q3
2017)

Maintain regular semi-annual Number of 2 meetings per year


meetings of the Regional Nutrition meetings conducted
Committee to discuss NCD-related conducted
concerns
Maintain participation to the semi- Number of 2 meetings per year
annual meeting of the Regional meetings participated
OSCA officers attended

Liaise, coordinate and collaborate Number of LGUs, 20 80% of LGUs per


with LGUs and other stakeholders workplaces and yearsupporting
to forge a joint resolution/circulars schools and healthy settings
in setting up community- barangays/commu (workplaces, schools,
based/workplace-based/school- nities barangays)
based healthy lifestyle program implementing
healthy lifestyle 50 workplaces per
program year
50 schools per year

50 barangays per
year

(Target approval of
resolution/circular
will be on Q2 2018)
OBJECTIVE 3: To reduce avoidable risk factors and strengthen prevention initiatives for NCDs
Strengthen health promotion Conduct quad-media campaigns on Number of quad- 4 quad-media
and education for the the importance of healthy lifestyle media campaigns campaigns
prevention and control of NCDs on healthy conducted per year
lifestyle and NCD
conducted

Increased level of
awareness of the
population on
healthy lifestyle

Conduct stakeholders Number of At least 6


forum/awareness campaigns during stakeholders stakeholders
special health events and global forum/awareness forum/awareness
health celebration: campaigns campaigns conducted
Heart Month conducted per year
Diabetes Awareness Week
World Health Day
World Tobacco Day
Kidney Month Celebration
Nutrition Month Celebration
Disseminate information on Percentage of 100% of LGUs
nutrition advocacies to LGUs: LGUs that disseminate
NGF/10 Kumainments disseminate information on
PinggangPinoy information on nutrition advocacies
First 1000 days nutrition
advocacies

Strengthen/Promote policies Conduct Pilipinas GO4Health Number of health 1 health promotion


and initiatives creating through health promotion activities promotion activity per month
environments supportive for on healthy lifestyle (zumba, sports activities conducted
promotion of healthy lifestyle activities, etc.) conducted
and NCD prevention and
control Conduct reorientation and Percentage of 100% of LGUs re-
monitoring on the implementation LGUs re-oriented oriented and
of the National Policy on and implementing implementing the
Strengthening the Prevention and the National National Policy on
Control of Lifestyle-Related Policy on Strengthening the
Diseases Strengthening the Prevention and
Prevention and Control of Lifestyle-
Control of Related Diseases
Lifestyle-Related
Diseases

Advocate for local adoption of Percentage of 100% of LGUs with


national policies (smoke-free LGUs with localized policies on
places) localized policies smoke free places by
on smoke free 2022
places

Advocate for local adoption and Percentage of 100% of LGUs


implementation of MPOWER LGUs that adopted adopted and
the MPOWER implementing the
MPOWER by 2022
Reactivate the healthy workplace Percentage of 100% of LGUs
awarding system LGUs/workplaces received healthy
that received workplace award by
healthy workplace 2022
award

Provide technical assistance to Percentage of 100% of LGUs


LGUs for the Red Orchid Award LGUs provided provided technical
technical assistance
assistance
Strengthen/Promote policies Advocate to LCEs to implement Percentage of 100% of LGUs
and initiatives creating policies for the welfare of senior LGUs that implement policies
environments supportive for citizens (lane for senior citizens in implement for the welfare of
the welfare of senior citizens health facilities) policies for the senior citizens by
welfare of senior 2022
citizens

OBJECTIVE 4: To strengthen health systems especially at the primary health care level
Mobilize financing resources for Promote and conduct TSEKAP Percentage of 100% of beneficiaries
NCD program implementation beneficiaries covered by 2022
covered
Ensure the availability and Provide/Procure logistics for Percentage of 100% of RHCs
accessibility of NCD services primary care package for RHCs: RHCs provided provided with
including services for senior NCD medicines (4 molecules) with primary care primary care package
citizens Screening and diagnostic tests package
(for blood glucose and
cholesterol, urine)
Flu and pneumo vaccines for
senior citizens

Conduct regular physical inventory Percentage of 100% of RHCs


of logistics through the supervising RHCs monitored monitored
pharmacist

Provide technical assistance on the Percentage of 100% of RHCs


use of PhilPEN protocol through RHCs implementing
coaching implementing PhilPEN protocol by
PhilPEN protocol 2022

Augment HRH deployment at the Number of HRH


LGU level focusing on NCD deployed
Capacitate health workers on risk Number of health
assessment using the PhilPEN workers
protocol and healthy lifestyle capacitated
promotion

Strengthen NCD community- Provide technical assistance to Number of 1 HPN and 1 DM club
based support system LGUs on the establishment of HPN functional HPN per LGU
and DM club and DM clubs

Strengthen NCD information Advocate for LGUs/RHCs to adopt Percentage of 80% of RHCs utilizing
system electronic medical recording (EMR) RHCs utilizing EMR system by 2022
system EMR system

OBJECTIVE 5: To promote and support research and development for the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen capacity for Conduct pilot study on the NCD survey
research and development development of NCD survey questionnaire
questionnaire developed

OBJECTIVE 6: To monitor progress and evaluate results in the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen management and Modify PhilPEN risk assessment PhilPEN risk PhilPEN risk
evaluation system forms assessment form assessment form
modified modified

Organize TWG on the development TWG organized TWG organized and


of NCD questionnaire and other and functional functional
NCD activities
Develop NCD questionnaire at the NCD NCD questionnaire
LGU level questionnaire developed
developed

Conduct local NCD survey Local NCD survey Local NCD survey
conducted conducted

Conduct regular monitoring and Percentage of


evaluation activities in the LGUs LGUs monitored
and evaluated

PROGRAM: MENTAL HEALTH including Substance Abuse

OBJECTIVE 1: To sustain the priority accorded to the prevention and control of NCDs in Region 1
Outcome Indicators (with proposed targets):
Number and percentage of eligible persons provided mental health services (to be further discussed)
80% of LGUs providing mhGAP/mental health services

STRATEGIES ACTIVITIES Output TARGETS 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
INDICATORS
Integrate NCD into health and Advocate with NEDA-ROI and RDC Regional Ilocos Regional
development planning for integration of mental health and Development Plan Development Plan
processes and plans substance abuse in the Regional with NCD 2017-2022 with
Development Plan measures and mental health and
interventions, and substance abuse
budget allocation interventions, and
budget allocation

Advocate for LCEs/Local Health Percentage of 100% of LGUs with


Board to integrate mental health LGUs with local local and health
and substance abuse measures and and health development plans
allocate budget in local health and development with mental health
development plans such as plans with mental and substance abuse
CIPH/MIPH/AOP health and measures, and
substance abuse budget allocation
measures, and
budget allocation
Establish mechanisms for Advocate for the allocation of Budget allocated Budget allocated
continuous/sustainable budget budget for mental health and in the budget
allocation for NCD prevention substance abuse measures and proposal/WFP
and control inclusion in the budget
proposal/WFP
OBJECTIVE 2: To strengthen multisectoral actions for the prevention and control of NCDs
Establish mechanisms to Conduct advocacy meetings on Number of 4 advocacy meetings
strengthen multisectoral mental health and substance abuse advocacy conducted per year
collaboration in NCD with different stakeholders meetings
conducted
prevention and control
Forging of resolution enjoining Number of LGUs Number of LGUs
LGUs to support Mental Health and adopted and adopted and
Substance Drug Abuse Program implemented the implemented the
resolution resolution

OBJECTIVE 3: To reduce avoidable risk factors and strengthen prevention initiatives for NCDs
Strengthen health promotion Conduct multi media campaigns on Number of multi 4 multimedia
and education for the Mental Health and Substance media campaigns campaigns
prevention and control of NCDs Abuse conducted conducted per year

Conduct forums to Intensify health Number of forums 1 forum conducted


promotion and advocacy conducted per year
awareness on mental health and
Substance Use disorders thru:
Production and distribution of
IEC materials
Multimedia approach

Advocate for the local development Number of LGUs Number of LGUs


and establishment of 24/7 suicide functional hotlines functional hotlines
prevention hotlines
Promote and adopt national Advocate for adoption of LGUs of Percentage of Percentage of LGUs
policies and guidelines the National Policy on Mental LGUs that adopted that adopted the
according to local situations Health and Substance Abuse the National National Policy
and needs Policy
OBJECTIVE 4: To strengthen health systems especially at the primary health care level
Mobilize resources for NCD Advocate for the enrolment of Number of 100% of psychiatric
program implementation psychiatric and substance abuse psychiatric and and substance abuse
clients in PHIC package substance abuse clients enrolled in
clients enrolled in PHIC Package
PHIC Package
Ensure the availability and Providepsychopharmacologic and Percentage of 100% of RHCs with
accessibility of NCD services detoxification medicines to RHC RHUs provided psychopharmacologic
with anddetoxification
psychopharmacol medicines
ogic and
detoxification
medicines
Provide out-patient and aftercare Number of Number of patients
services in RHCs adopting the patients who who received
mhGAP intervention received services services

Recruit staff to be deployed in Number of Number of personnel


retained & District Hospital personnel recruited
Psychiatric and Rehab. Units recruited
through HRH Deployment Program

Conduct training of hired personnel Number of 2 trainings per year


on handling of mental and trainings
substance abuse patients conducted

Strengthen NCD information Advocate for the use of EMR(for Number of Number of
system masterlisting of mental health hospitals/LGUs hospitals/LGUs with
andsubstance abuse clients) with updated updated masterlist
masterlist

OBJECTIVE 5: To promote and support research and development for the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen capacity for Conduct survey on the actual Number of 1 survey per year
research and development number of mental and substance surveys conducted conducted
abuse clients in the community
through tie-up with
academe/research organization

Identify and tap possible research Number of Number of research


organizations for health research research organizations
organizations identified and tapped
identified and
tapped

OBJECTIVE 6: To monitor progress and evaluate results in the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen management and Consolidate and update Reports/database Reports/databases
evaluation system reports/database on mental health s consolidated/update
and substance abused cases consolidated/upd d
ated
Conduct Program Implementation # of PIR 1 PIR per year
Review conducted
Develop a simplified and user- Simplified 1 reporting checklist
friendly checklist reporting checklist developed
developed
Review reporting checklist and Reporting Reporting checklist
revise if needed checklist reviewed reviewed and
and revised as revised as needed
needed
Conduct validation of reported Validationconduct 4 validation
mental health and substance ed conducted per year
abused cases

PROGRAM: VIOLENCE and INJURY PREVENTION

OBJECTIVE 1: To sustain the priority accorded to the prevention and control of NCDs in Region 1
Outcome Indicators (with proposed targets):
20% reduction in the deaths due to violence and injuries
80% of LGUs implementing program measures against violence end injuries

STRATEGIES ACTIVITIES Output TARGETS 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
INDICATORS
Establish mechanisms for Advocate for the allocation of Budget allocated Budget allocated
continuous/sustainable budget budget for violence and injury in the budget
allocation for NCD prevention prevention measures and inclusion proposal/WFP
and control in the budget proposal/WFP

OBJECTIVE 2: To strengthen multisectoral actions for the prevention and control of NCDs
Establish mechanisms to Conduct multisectoral Number of 4 meetings per year
strengthen multisectoral meetings/consultation onviolence meetings
collaboration in NCD and injury prevention conducted
prevention and control
Develop Inter-agency issuances on Number of 2 issuances
violence and injury prevention issuances developed
(DOH-DSWD-DOTC-DPWH-PNP- developed
DepEd-DILG-BFP-LGU and hospitals)

OBJECTIVE 3: To reduce avoidable risk factors and strengthen prevention initiatives for NCDs
Strengthen health promotion Localization of IEC materials for Number of IEC 1 violence
and education for the violence and injury prevention materials 1 injury prevention
prevention and control of NCDs localized
Conduct health educationin health Percentage of 100% of clients in all
facilities clients served health facilities
provided health
education

Conduct of selected media Number. of 4 campaigns


campaigns campaigns conducted
conducted
Conduct one-on-one counselling Number of clients 100% of clients in
counselled health facilities
counselled

Conduct advocacy activities on safe Number of 1 advocacy activity


building code (exit, fire extinguisher advocacy activities per year
etc) conducted
Conduct advocacy activities on Number of 1 advocacy activity
violence against women advocacy activities per year
conducted
Conduct advocacy activities on Number of 2 advocacy activities
gender sensitivity advocacy activities per year
conducted
Strengthen/Promote policies Meeting w/ concerned agencies Number of 4 meetings (1 each
and initiatives creating thru RSDC re: include in the agenda meetings province)
environments supportive for the strict implementation of the conducted
NCD prevention and control bldg codes and putting up of
appropriate signages in national
and local roads.

Monitoring the implementation of Number of Numberof critical


bldg code by concern agencies buildings establishments, ex.
monitored high risk buildings

Promote and adopt national Issuance of circulars to LGUs and No. of LGUs and 129 LGUs and 16
policies and guidelines other partners in health other partners partner agencies
according to local situations issued w/ circulars
and needs Localization of national laws thru No. of LGUs with 125 Mun/Cities and 4
Local Health Board Meetings localized national provinces
laws
OBJECTIVE 4: To strengthen health systems especially at the primary health care level
Mobilize resources for NCD Advocate thru the LHB the Number Of LGUs 4 provinces,
program implementation enactment of an ordinance with enacted 125 Mun/cities with
requiring all business ordinances enacted ordinaces
establishments to enrol their
employees in Philhealth as a
requirement for the issuance of the
Mayors Permit and sanitary permit

Strengthen governance for the DMOs to advocate and conduct Numberof 4 provinces,
NCD prevention and control dialogue with the LCEs re: functional LHB 125 Mun/cities with
importance of LHB functional LHBs

Recruit LCEs/MHOs in the HLGP Numberof LCEs 15 LCEs


graduated in HLGP

Ensure the availability and Organize Emergency Medical Numberof LGUs 125 LGUs
accessibility of NCD services Teams(EMT) w/ organized EMT

Conduct training of EMTs on BLS Numberof LGUs 20 LGUs


with trained EMT

Provide technical assistance to Number of LGUs 2 LGUs per year


selected LGUs to conduct provided with
earthquake/ technical
fire drills assistance

Advocate to the LGUs the Number Of LGUs 125 lGUs


availability of emergency drugs advocated

Augmentation of emergency meds Number of LGUs 125 LGUs


to LGUs from the Regional Office provided with
emergency
drugs/meds

Strengthen/establish VAWC desk in Number of


hospitals hospitals with
VAWC desk
Strengthen NCD information Conduct monitoring of LGUs Number of LGUs 125 LGUs
system implementing EMR and iClinicSys/ monitored
ONEISS

OBJECTIVE 5: To promote and support research and development for the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen capacity for Submission of research proposal No of researches 1
research and development from staff and academe or other conducted and
research entities disseminated

OBJECTIVE 6: To monitor progress and evaluate results in the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen management and Online collection/submission of Number of 125 (to include
evaluation system data reporting units hospitals)

Provision of technical assistance Number of TAs


(mentoring and coaching) on data provided
management (recording, reporting
and analysis)
Conduct enhancement on reporting LGUs adopting the (as needed)
forms reporting forms

Conductprogram performance PIR conducted 1 PIR per year


assessment incorporated with
all programs

PROGRAM: HEALTH AND WELLNESS PROGRAM FOR PWDs including BLINDNESS PREVENTION

OBJECTIVE 1: To sustain the priority accorded to the prevention and control of NCDs in Region 1
Outcome Indicators (with proposed targets):
Number and/or percentage of eligible PWDs accessing health services at primary health care level (to be further discussed
% of LGUs implementingor with access to Philheakth package/s for PWDs
% of eligible population screened for blindness prevention (to be further discussed)

STRATEGIES ACTIVITIES Output TARGETS 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022
INDICATORS
Integrate NCD into health and Advocate among members of the Number of Ilocos Regional
development planning RSDC Subcommittee to integrate Regional Development Plan
processes and plans health and wellness measures for Development Plan 2017-2022 with
PWDs including blindness with measures measures and
prevention, and allocate budget in and interventions interventions for
the Regional Development Plan for PWDs PWDs including
including blindness prevention,
blindness and budget allocation
prevention, and
budget allocation

Advocate for LCEs/Local Health Percentage of 100% of LGUs with


Board to integrate measures for LGUs with local local and health
health and wellness of PWDs and health development plans
including blindness prevention, and development with measures for
allocate budget in local health and plans with health and wellness
development plans such as measures for of PWDs including
CIPH/MIPH/AOP health and blindness prevention,
wellness of PWDs and budget allocation
including
blindness
prevention, and
budget allocation
OBJECTIVE 2: To strengthen multisectoral actions for the prevention and control of NCDs
Establish mechanisms to Conduct dialogue with PHOs and Number of 4 dialogues
strengthen multisectoral sustain partnership with STAC dialogues conducted with 4
support organizations and retained conducted with PHOs
collaboration in NCD hospitals PHOs
prevention and control
Participate in quarterly meetings Number of 4 meetings per year
with government agencies (DWSD meetings attended
and RCDA,DPWH,DILG,DTI, BIR, attended
LTO) for coalition building on health
and wellness of PWDs including
blindness prevention

OBJECTIVE 3: To reduce avoidable risk factors and strengthen prevention initiatives for NCDs
Strengthen health promotion Conduct information dissemination Number of Number of
and education for the campaigns on health and wellness information information
prevention and control of NCDs measures for PWDs including dissemination dissemination
blindness prevention: campaigns campaigns
FDS conducted conducted
radio pluggings
social media
health/TSEKAP caravans
ABC Meetings

Number of Number of
Continue information information information
dissemination campaigns on IWAS dissemination dissemination
PAPUTOK through various channels campaigns campaigns
conducted conducted

Conduct refresher/ mentoring on Number of Number of


IPC and counselling on health and refresher/mentori refresher/mentoring
wellness for PWDs including ng done done
blindness prevention
Continue creating awareness on Number of Number of licensed
the importance of a license for licensed masseues/ur
masseuse/ur) masseues/ur
Strengthen/Promote policies Monitoring of the implementation Percentage of 100% of the
and initiatives creating of BatasangPambansa 3442 or the hospitals/RHUsco hospitals/ RHUs
environments supportive for Accessibility Law mpliant to the law comply with the law
NCD prevention and control
Number of
monitoring done
by regional TWG
(headed by RCDA)

Promote and adopt national Advocate for localization/adoption No. of LGUs with 125 Mun/Cities and 4
policies and guidelines of national laws and policies (e.g. localized national provinces
according to local situations road safety laws) laws
and needs
OBJECTIVE 4: To strengthen health systems especially at the primary health care level
Mobilize resources for NCD Continuous enrolment of PWDs in Number of of 100% of PWDs
program implementation Philhealth PWDs enrolled enrolled

Ensure the availability and Conduct monthly inventory of Number of 12 inventories


accessibility of NCD services medicines to avoid stock out inventories conducted
conducted
Continue creating awareness on Increased Increased awareness
the health services of the RHU and awareness on the on the services of the
the hospital for PWDs services of the RHU and hospitals for
RHU and hospitals PWDs
for PWDs

Continue providing services on Number of clients Number of clients


blindness prevention such as visual who availed of who availed of
screening and cataract surgery services for services for blindness
through the eye mobile clinic blindness prevention
prevention

Continuously update the Masterlistupdated Masterlist updated


masterlistof PWDs by NDPs using
the CHT form 1

Continue CIPP training (La Union, Number of CIPP Number of CIPP


Pangasinan, Ilocos Sur) training training conducted
conducted
Strengthen governance for the Implement the PWD law (benefits Number of LGUs Number of LGUs
implementation of policies on and privileges) implementing implementing PWD
PWDs PWD laws laws

Advocate to LHB for ID and Number of LHB Number of LHB


enlisting to DOH registry enlisting PWD in enlisting PWD in the
the registry registry

Strengthen NCD information Continue MOA signing between the Number of LGUs Number of LGUs with
system LGU and DOH for the iClinicSys with MOA with MOA with DOH
DOH
OBJECTIVE 5: To promote and support research and development for the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen capacity for Tie up with academe to conduct a Number of Number of
research and development study/research on task-centered studies/researche studies/researches
jobs for PWDs s conducted conducted

OBJECTIVE 6: To monitor progress and evaluate results in the prevention and control of NCDs
Strengthen management and Monitor the LGUs and Number of LGUs Number of LGUs and
evaluation system hospitalsusing the EMR and hospitals hospitals using the
using the EMR EMR
Continue monitoring the PWD Number of LGUs Number of LGUs
Logbook in the RHUs using the PWD using the PWD
logbook logbook

Develop a survey form on the type Survey form Survey form


of disability of PWDs developed developed