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WASH IN SCHOOLS IN THE PHILIPPINES

P ROGRAM AND S TATUS


N ATIONAL P LANNING AND O RIENTATION W ORKSHOP ON O K SA D EP E D

23 – 25 A PRIL 2016
DISCUSSION POINTS

1. Program Context: 3. Baseline Results


o The Bureau supervising 4. Reporting to the SDG
School Health Division 5. Enablers and Challenges
o DepEd’s School Health
6. Outlook
Programs
2. WinS Program:
o Policy Objectives
o Steering the WinS
Management
o Support-systems
o Capacity Development
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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
SCHOOL HEALTH
IN THE
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION 3
THE BUREAU FOR SCHOOL HEALTH

BLSS OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR Institutional Mandate:


Provides competent, innovative and efficient guidance, direction, and  Formulates the national
management of BLSS Programs and Projects for DepEd Offices and framework for learner support
partners
services and develop policies
and standards of programs
SCHOOL YOUTH SCHOOL and projects for the holistic
HEALTH FORMATION SPORTS development of learners, aligned
DIVISION DIVISION DIVISION with the K-12 Curriculum
Improvement of Character formation Development of
learner readiness in and preparation of mental discipline, • 3 KRAs:
terms of physical the youth towards psychomotor skills o School Health,
health and proper leadership roles and and social values o Youth Formation, and
nourishment civic service through after-school
sports programs o After-School Sports
Development

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SCHOOL HEALTH DIVISION KEY AREAS
NUTRITION SUPPORT TO HEALTHY SCHOOL MEDICAL/DENTAL HEALTH
LEARNERS ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT
 School-Based Feeding  National Preventive Drug  Medical/Nursing Service (5a)
Program (1) Education Program (2) o Mental Health and Psychosocial
 Responsible Parenthood and Support
 Nutrition Education o Integrated Helmith Control Program
Reproductive Health
(IHCP)
 “Gulayan sa Paaralan” Program o School Based HIV and AIDS Education
o School-Based Immunization Program
o Adolescent Reproductive Health
o Learner Health Appraisal System
Education (3) (LHAS)
 WaSH in Schools (WinS) (4) o Nutritional Assessment
o BP ng Teacher Ko Alaga Ko
 Policy/Advocacy on: o TB Control Program
o Health-Promoting o Toxic-Free Schools
Schools o Healthy Food and  Dental Health Service (5b)
o Smoke-Free Beverages Choices o Oral Urgent Treatment (OUT)
Environment o National Salt o Oral Health Care Program- Bright
o Rabies Prevention Iodization
Smiles, Bright Future (BSBF)
and Control o Food Safety

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SCHOOL HEALTH DIVISION PRIORITY PROGRAMS

1. School-Based Feeding Program


2. National Preventive Drug
Education Program
3. Adolescent Reproductive
Health Education
4. WaSH in Schools (WinS)
5. Health Services
5.a. Medical/Nursing Service
5.b. Dental Health Service
D E P A R TM E N T O F E D UCA TI O N
Synergism of programs to
achieve desired outcomes
SCHOOL HEALTH DIVISION PRIORITY PROGRAMS

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WASH IN SCHOOLS
P OLICY AND
I M P L E M E N TAT IO N

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
WASH IN SCHOOLS: DEPED ORDER 10, S.2016

Policy Objectives
1. Ensure correct knowledge and understanding among learners of effective
hygiene and sanitation projects;
2. Improve equitable access to safe water, adequate toilets, and hand
washing facilities;
3. Improve hygiene and sanitation practices among the learners to enable
them to develop life-long positive hygiene and sanitation behaviors;
4. Ensure that schools are kept clean and safe through school-based solid
waste management, proper drainage, the elimination of breeding grounds
for mosquitoes to prevent vector-borne diseases, and strengthen food
safety ; and
5. Engage public and private partners for program implementation and
sustainability.
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WASH IN SCHOOLS: 2018 ALLOCATIONS

 Hygiene Kits:
(Specifications: one toothbrush per child and handwashing soap and toothpaste to last the school year)
o For ALL Kinder Students @ 25 PhP/child (0.50 USD / child)
o Beneficiaries of the School-Based Feeding P @ 25 PhP/child

 Augmentation: Fund for Regions for the conduct of WinS (PH 2.4 M)
 Funds for oral health (Division MOOE: PH 33,880 M)
 SBFP Beneficiaries (PH 5.3 B for 497,441 beneficiaries)
 Facilities: In the 2018 Department budget, all school building
constructions and repairs include water and sanitation. Construction
and repair of water and sanitation facilities: These had been included in the
2018 Department budget (GAA 2018)
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STEERING THE WINS PROGRAM
SCHOOLS
 Generate WinS school data
 Self-monitoring and
PROVINCES/ MUNICIPAL:
continuous improvement (via
DIVISION OFFICES the Three Star Approach)
REGIONS: REGIONAL OFFICES  Program management
 Program implementation
 Program management, and monitoring
 Community involvement
Quality Assurance and M&E  Technical assistance to schools
NATIONAL: BLSS - SCHOOL  Technical Assistance to SDOs  Capacity development of schools
HEALTH DIVISION  Regional issuances to guide  Coordinate with district authorities
 Develop policies and SDOs and schools  Recognize schools: those who
national guidelines, and  Capacity building (a) improved, and
scale-up strategies  Linkages, and resource mobilization (b) reached Star 3 practice
 Programing and budgeting  Recognize SDOs and Schools
 Capacity development performance on WinS
 Policy monitoring
 Linkages and Donor coordination
Local Government Units NGOs
Civil Society

WinS Technical Working Group National Government


Development Partners
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WASH IN SCHOOLS: SUPPORT-SYSTEMS

1. Monitoring & Evaluation system Three  Approach (integrated system):


(a) School level
2. Quality Assurance System (b) SDOs
3. Recognition System

4. WinS Online Monitoring System


5. Capacity building of Regions
and SDOs on WinS Program and M&E
5. Resource utilization and mobilization
6. SBM principles and mechanisms

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(SCHOOL ) THREE  APPROACH AS AN INTEGRATED SYSTEM
DESIGN IMPLEMENTATION
As a QUALITY ASSURANCE (QA) MECHANISM Regional level
DepED Regions assure the QUALITY of WinS  Quality Assurance
implementation to ascertain that enablers for learning
are in place and functional Schools Division:
 Monitoring and technical
As a MONITORING SCHEME assistance to schools
Generates information and evidence that provides
information to for management tasks - such as planning, School Level:
budgeting, continuous improvement, and performance  Incremental
management and
As a RECOGNITION SYSTEM Continuous
Department shall give incentives to both: (a) the effort of Improvement
the school community to improve and (b) the results of
the efforts themselves
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HOW CAN SCHOOLS IMPROVE THEIR WINS PRACTICE

1. School self-assessment using the WinS Monitoring tool


 Done by the School’s WinS TWG
 Determine the compliance to the Five (5) Basic Crucial Indicators.
Note: If the school failed to meet any of the five, then the school’s Over-all Rating
will automatically register as 0 Star, regardless of the ratings in the other
indicators
2. Analyze the results generated by the excel-based monitoring tool
Note: School’s WinS data should be uploaded for the analysis of SDOs and ROs
3. Determine the strategies and activities which the school can implement
to improve their WinS level of practice (starting Brigada towards
November within the SY).
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THREE STAR APPROACH FOR SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE

Objectives: To streamline efforts to motivate, assure quality and assist the


School’s Divisions, the TSA mechanism for SDO is designed as an integrated
approach to:
 Strengthen the motivation of SDO supervisors and staff to continue with
managing and providing technical assistance to schools in implementing the
WinS Policy
 Establish the information for designing a technical assistance program for
the SDOs that is aimed at building their organization capacity for sustained
support to schools
 Monitor the quality of technical assistance provided by the SDOs to school

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TSA FOR SCHOOLS DIVISION OFFICE: CRITERIA
A. Organization capacity B. Results of the TA to
1. STEERING STRUCTURE AND RELATIONS schools
Structures and relationships needed to steer WinS implementation
i. Improvement of
2. SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Supportive mechanisms that provide the processes and tools to move the
schools in the WinS
WinS program implementation level
3. PLANNING, PROGRAMMING AND RESOURCE
ii. Schools’ achievement
MOBILIZATION
Articulation of directions, programs and resource commitment to achieve
of national standards
national WinS standards in strategic and operationl plans
4. KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT, RESEARCH & INNOVATIONS
Articulation of directions, programs and resource commitment to achieve
national WinS standards in strategic and operational plans

5. HUMAN CAPACITY DEVELOPMENT


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WASH IN SCHOOLS
WHAT DO WE KNOW NOW?
B A S E L I N E

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
WHAT DO WE KNOW FROM THE FIRST DATA COLLECTION?

SCHOOLS WITH
TYPE OF TOTAL NO. THREE STAR DATA
SCHOOL OF SCHOOLS
NUMBER %
ELEMENTARY 38,729 22,813 59%
SECONDARY 7,979 4,644 58%
TOTAL 46.508 27,457 59%

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WHAT DO WE KNOW FROM THE FIRST DATA COLLECTION?

From data analysis,


schools at Zero Star level
does not equate to no
level of WinS practice.
Instead, the difficulty is
compliance to all Five (5)
Crucial WinS indicators,
which are:

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Achievement on Deworming activities:


Learners given ALB
Population of enrolled
Raw figure %
21,160,140 17,957,136 84.9%
July 2017
(K to 12)

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REPORTING TO THE SDG

Contribution to the achievement of the SDGs

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REPORTING TO THE SDG

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WASH IN SCHOOLS
A CTIVITIES

DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
School Level Cycle

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TIMELINE of Basic WinS Activities
SY MARCH BRIGADA December
June 2018 --- --- --- --- --- --- --- Nov. 2018
2017-2018 2018 2018 2018

 ROs & SDOs:


SDO:  School’s WinS
 Orientation To recognize
SCHOOLS: Implementation
of SDOs SCHOOLS: Endline performance
 Study their  Begin
 SDO TSA  SDO’s TA  RO’s Annual
WInS data implementing
Baseline implementation SDO: Report
 Plan WInS WinS Plan
 Validated  SDO TSA including
improvement during
Schools’
(e.g.  RO’s TA Endline
suggestions
BRIGADA week
WinS data Implementation  Validated
BRIGADA) for policy
Schools’
adjustments
SCHOOLS:
SDO: TA Planning for Schools  RO’s Policy WinS data
 Schools’ Monitoring
Orientation SCHOOLS:
RO: TA Planning for SDOs
 WinS data  WinS data
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THANK YOU

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