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Philippines Provincial Maternal Health Data

Philippines Provincial Maternal Health Data

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Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Technical Assistance on HealthGovernanceTechnical Assistance on ReferralSystemTechnical Assistance on LocalHealth Board (LHB)Technical Assistance onInter-Local Health ZonePassage of MaternalNewborn Child Health &Nutrition (MNCHN) ordinanceand related Health LawsLeadership Training (MunicipalLeaders for Health)Device an Incentive Scheme for Municipalities with ZeroMaternal Deaths
Pangasinan
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
9.19 8.46 8.81 8.95 8.3 9.8639 28 104 68 63 68.518 19 24 30 42 *5490.37 90.25 89.34 91 91.71 *92.2483 85 83 88 83 **77Institutionalization of Performance ManagementSystemNote:
Data gathered from the 44 municipal and 3 cities (Alaminos, Urdaneta & San Carlos) Excluding Dagupan City 
*After the Data Quality Check of DOH-CHD I-PHO-HealthGov (USAID)
**interruption of 4th Qtr Antigen (Measles) & Supplies
Technical Assistance onPharmacy ServiceTechnical Assistance onOutpatient Services andEmergency CareTechnical Assistance onHospital Management andBirthing FacilitiesHospital Management TrainingImplementation of eFHSISDevelopment of PolicyGuidelines for Temporary Useof Vacant Permanent Itemssuch as Job Orders/Contractual/CasualPassage of Ordinance toInclude Philhealth Enrollmentas Requirement for BusinessPermitHealth/Hospital InformationSystemEssential Intrapartum andNewborn Care TrainingOrganization/Strengtheningof Deployment of CommunityHealth Team (CHTs)Health Summit/Fair Barangay Health ScorecardFamily Health CareBarangay Health AssembliesLGU Health Data BoardCitizen’s Feedback InitiativeProvision of Buntis Baby BagsConduct of Quarterly MaternalDeath ReviewConduct of Buntis CongressInstitutionalization of LGUScorecard35 37 34 32 37 *357.28 6.55 6.15 5.66 5.13 4.16
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
8.4 6.7 6.8 5.46 6.4 5.6949 60 49 97 105 10325.3 26.1 29.5 29.1 35 38.934.7 35.2 39.5 41.49 46 46.383.9 76.2 73.86 82 70 20.7
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Technical Assistance on ReferralSystemCreation of Memorandum of Understanding in Support to theProvince’s Health ProgramsTraining of Private PractitionersEngagement of Private Practitio-ners during Health Event Cel-ebrations
Davao del Sur 
56.82 57.7 56.19 23.7
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Effective Referral System(Private to Private and viceversa)Intra- agency Referral
Cebu
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
4.3 7.5 7.8 10.20 6.00 7.721 38 32.79 25.05 21.00 2726 26.5 28.40 67.92 68.20 8980.8 79.1 86.1 85.40 87.10 88.0089.6 86.4 94.20 92.20 86.50 87.9Implementation of e-FHSISHospital Information SystemTechnical Assistance onPharmacy servicesTechnical Assistance onLaboratory and DiagnosticServicesEstablishing and ImplementingLocal Programs for EngagingPrivate Practice MidwivesStrengthen collaboration withprivate practitioners throughmeetingsPrivate clinics must reportaccomplishment to governmentfacilities22.58 19.4 41.04 23.47 15 1411.81 10.51 10.11 9.47 7.89 7.86
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Leadership Training (MCH,policy-making ordinances)Technical Assistance onImplementation and Budget AllocationTechnical Assistance on LocalHealth Boards
Camarines Sur 
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
9.85 9.54 8.48 9.37 9.07 12
90 6967 66 796
9.8 10 10.7 10.44 16.12 2440.44 45.08 45.34 44.88 52.17 4279.2 72.8 76.7 79 77.2 79Hospital construction andmanagement(provincial hospital)Repair and reconstruction of rural health units and districthospitals (Facility Accreditation,national standards)Transportation for Geographically Isolated andDisadvantaged AreasHealth Information SystemsENC and BEMONC TrainingsCommodity and ServiceDistributiono Stockoutso Rational drug use issuesEntitlement education and IECsLow Philhealth EnrollmentCSOs not maximized fullyo Efforts of private sector must be centralized24.15 17.73 15.88 17.77 18.20 14.6125.17 24.76 25.41 22.93 21.32 19.05
HEALTH SITUATIONper Province
partial reportpartial reportpartial reportpartial reportpartial report
 
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Leadership Training (MunicipalLeaders for Health)Technical Assistance on ReferralSystemTechnical Assistance on HealthGovernance
Iloilo
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
4.68 4.49 5.24 4.65 4.42 7.6434.26 32.90 36.97 19.63 23.03 41.4033.70 39.02 45.50 47.04 56.83 68.6267.80 70.09 75.68 71.25 73.14 78.3374 89 80 73.86Construction of RuralHealth UnitsConstruction of BarangayHealth StationsReconstruction of RuralHealth UnitsRepair and Reconstruction of Barangay Health StationsLying-in ClinicHospital Information SystemHospital Management andTrainingEssential Intrapartum andNewborn Care Training24.3 25.4 29.7 32.1914.85 13.85 12.02 11.86 10.5 9.08
Health GapsHealth GapsLeadershipSupplySupplySupply
Surigao del Norte
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality Rate(per 1,000)Percentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
9.4 7 7 7.3 6.8 7.60.3 1.4 0.7 2 2 1.314 17 30 53 83 8450 60 60 72 82 86.779 77 91 85 83 89Consultative Workshop onInfant Deaths of Municipalitieswith High Infant DeathsPurchase of life-saving drugs(Mgs04, Oxytocin, Vit. K, Antibiotic)Conduct of Outreach Servicesthru Immunization of All ChildrenBelow 5 Years OldMonitoring of Infant Deaths dueto Immunization-relatedIllnessesPurchase of Newborn ScreeningKits for 9 HospitalsConsultative Workshop onMaternal Deaths of Municipalities with HighMaternal DeathsMonitoring of Rural Health Unitsfor MCP Accreditation(8/20 Rural Health Units)Program ImplementationReview on Maternal and Infantdeaths Acquisition of 4 Generators for BEMONC HospitalsMDG Training of HospitalNurses (ER/DR)
Demand
Barangay Health Scorecard38 36.3 30 27 36 4021.4 22.7 21.4 20.3 16 14.2Purchase of Family PlanningCommoditiesConsultative Workshop on MCH,EPI. FP, Nutrition and EssentialNewborn CareEnrollment of 1st Trimester Pregnant Mothers to PhilhealthStrengthening of Advocacy for the Implementation of Contraceptive Self RelianceStrategyPurchase of Ambulance for 6HospitalsRural Health MidwifeReplacement Program for Barangay Health Stationswithout MidwifeInstallation of CommunicationInfrastructure for CoastalBarangays Without Cell SitesProvision of Sea Ambulance toCoastal BarangaysDoctor to the BarrioReplacement for Rural HealthUnits without Doctor Program Intervention on ProteinEnergy Malnutrition (PEM)
SupplySupplySupply
Strengthening capacity of health service providers toprovide quality maternalnewborn child healthand nutrition:
1. Technical Assistance onHospital & Public HealthManagement2. Capacity Building onBEmONC and CEmONCamong Health Personnel3. Essential Intrapartum &Newborn Care Training4. Maternal Death Review5. InterpersonalCommunication/CounselingTraining (MNCHN/FP)6. Training on FP CBT Level1 & 27. Training on Pre-marriageCounseling8. Technical Assistance on Acute Malnutrition Trainingfor Health Personnel9. Training on Nutrition inEmergencies10. Training on IYCF11. Conduct of Pabasa saNutrisyon12.Training on Basic IMCI13.Training on Community IMCI
Establishment of BloodCollection Units in the 5Inter-local Health Zones:
1. Training of 5 Medtechs2. Provision of suppliesSupport to Monitoring/Evaluation on programimplementationa. Mentoring/Coaching (TEVs)b. Meetings/Conferencesc. Program ImplementationReview
Provision of transport vehiclefor monitoringProvision of ambulanceto
 
hospitals:
1. Claveria District Hospital2. Ticao District Hospital3. Aroroy Municipal Hospital4. Balud Municipal Hospital5. Moises R. Espinosa MunicipalHospital6. Mandaon Medicare andCommunity HospitalEstablishment of SocialHygiene Clinics in Masbate City, Aroroy and San Jacinto thruprovision of necessary suppliesand equipment
Health GapsHealth GapsLeadershipSupplySupply
Leadership Training (MunicipalLeaders for Health)Technical Assistance on ReferralSystemTechnical Assistance/Strengthening Local HealthBoardTechnical Assistance onInter-Local Health ZonesTechnical Assistance onInter-Barangay Health Zones
Masbate
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
11.58 9.45 11.34 10.63 15.34 7.73130 124 131 134 156 112.5010.3 18.0 17.4 46.79 48.26 5946.82 56.25 49.48 57.2 58.39 63.55107.1 89.2 84.8 92 78 87Repair/Rehabilitation of RuralHealth Units (Batuan, Mandaon,Uson & Monreal)24 28 28.43 33.21 37 4119.55 20.31 19.14 19.07 16.64 15.79Repair/Rehabilitation of Baran-gay Health Stationsa) Matagbac,Milagrosb) Bara, Milagrosc) Nagarao, Placer d) Bagahanglad, San Jacintoe) Cadulawan, Catainganf) Bunducan, Pio V. Corpusg) Guinhadap, Monrealh) Pulu-Dacu, MandaonLicensing/Accreditation of Health FacilitiesEstablishment of PopshopsProvision of Weight/HeightMeasurement EquipmentContinuous Provision of Micronutrient Supplements toWomen and ChildrenUpgrading of HospitalInformation System thruprovision of computersProvision of adequateBEmONC/CEmONC supplies,drugs & medicines andequipmentEstablishment of Social HygieneClinics in Masbate City, Aroroyand San Jacinto thruprovision of necessary suppliesand equipment
partial reportpartial reportpartial report
Demand
Rural Health Units:
1. Baleno2. Balud3. Batuan4. Cataingan5. Dimasalang6. Esperanza7. Mandaon8. Monreal9. Palanas10. Pio V. Corpus11. San Fernando12. San Pascual13. Uson
HEALTH SITUATIONper Province
Barangay Health ScorecardFamily Health CardEntitlement Education (availableservices, medicines, PhilHealth
benets, etc.)
LGU Health Data BoardCitizens Feedback InitiativesHealth Summit Fair Health Summit/Fair(STI HIV/ AIDS, Nutrition, BuntisCongress and other HealthProgram)Establishment of Buntis BabyBankPut-up/Updating of Health andNutrition Data Board in thecommunityBarangay Health ScorecardProvision/Utilization of FamilyHealth CardProvision/Utilization of Mother and Child bookProvision of FP Form 1Entitlement Education(available health services,medicines, PhilHealth
benets,etc)
Citizen’s Charter Citizen’s Feedback InitiativesEstablishment/Utilization of Food Always in the HomeOrganization of Support Groups(BF, CHTs, etc)Barangay Health Assemblies
 
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Quezon
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
5.46 15.04 11.52 6.57 8.96 7.9622 83 51 58 42 3827 38.5 31 20.28 32.36 34.0951.89 63.80 56.05 48.71 63 64.0356.1 65.1 54.9 55.45 67.08 50.15Hospital Information System41.51 37.8116.81 18.28 15.41 14.23Technical Assistance onPharmacy Services
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Technical Assistance on LocalHealth BoardTechnical Assistance on HealthGovernanceLeadership Training (MunicipalLeaders for Health)
Tawi-Tawi
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
249 177 188 103 162 138187 119 125 114 81 933 3 3 4 4 559 59 65 65 77 7779 82 72 88 72 63Hospital Information SystemHospital Management TrainingEssential Intrapartum andNewborn Care TrainingTechnical Assistance onPharmacy ServicesTechnical Assistance onLaboratory and DiagnosticsTechnical Assistance onEmergency and OutpatientServiceHealth SummitBarangay Health ScorecardLGU Health Data BoardCitizen’s Feedback Initiative22 26 24 28 38 3312 23 16 16 13 12
Health GapsLeadershipSupplyDemand
Negros Oriental
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
5.76 5.76 10.05 8.57 14.8977 70 102 104 11922.10 26 31.50 37.42 64.1957 62.74 64.67 67.57 67.8756 47.1 46.8 44 4773.7 81 86 82 7811.42 10.6 10.7 10.34 8.2Establishment of Lying-in Clinicsin Geographically Isolated andDisadvantaged AreasHiring of Additional MidwivesConstruction of Barangay HealthStations Assigning Surgeons/ Anesthesiologists in DistrictHospitalsFast track Accreditation of BEMONC/Lying -in Clinics
HEALTH SITUATIONper Province
Health GapsHealth GapsLeadershipSupplySupplyDemand
Leadership Training (MunicipalLeaders for Health)Technical Assistance on ReferralSystemTechnical Assistance on LocalHealth BoardTechnical Assistance on HealthGovernanceLeadership Training for PublicHealth Managers andSupervisorsFund Management Training
Negros Occidental
Outcomes/Indicator 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011
Infant Mortality RateMaternal Mortality RatePercentage of Facility-BasedDeliveriesPercentage of Deliveries by SkilledBirth AttendantsContraceptive PrevalenceRatePercentage of Fully-Immunized ChildrenMalnutrition Rate
8.59 7.31 7.03 6.37 6.4476 89 45 51 5640.10 49.84 56.92 65 68.3057.54 61.07 69.08 72.45 77.9983.37 81.34 89 83 7935 34 40 30.43 3812.39 10.63 10 8.98 8.39Health Summit / Fair Barangay Health ScorecardFamily Health CardBarangay Health AssembliesCitizen’s Charter Entitlement Education (availableservices, medicines, Philhealth
benets, etc.)
LGU Health Data BoardCitizen’s Feedback InitiativesNetworking / Partnership withTrimediaIntensifying Health Educationand Health Promotion ActivitiesConstruction of Barangay HealthStationsRepair and Reconstruction of Rural Health UnitsRepair and Reconstruction of Barangay Health StationsLying-in Clinic (BusinessInvestment)Hospital Information SystemHospital Management TrainingEssential Intrapartum andNewborn Care TrainingTechnical Assistance onPharmacy ServicesTechnical Assistance onLaboratory and DiagnosticServicesTechnical Assistance onHospital Management andBirthing FacilitiesTechnical Assistance onOutpatient Services andEmergency CareHealth Information SystemManagement of ConsignmentSystem with Private Partnersfor MCH Commodity SecurityOrganization and Linking of Hospital and Field InformationSystem

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