Dengue Case Study

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5.1.2. Program Staff and Skills: Budget: The pre- determined budget, for central level activities is being provided from DoH. In 2012, the operating expenditure for the dengue control program with other diseases, including emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases, food and water-borne and HIV-AIDS was 223 797 000 Philippines Pesos (PHPs). The CHD at the regional level is also being financed by the DoH. It has been described by the key informant as sufficient to accomplish the activities within the program at this level. However, in the local level, they use their own internal revenue allocations to operate different health programs, including dengue and each city has its own budget. They, also being work with predetermined budget.…show more content…
5.1.3. The Program Strategy and Shared values: Shared values: The vision stated for NDPCP "Dengue Risk-Free Philippines," being understood by all those who are had been interviewed, as they all expressed in a way or another that the ultimate goal of the program is "no dengue at all" even if impossible to achieve that as a short-term goal. Controlling and preventing dengue is major health priority for them. Program strategy: The program's corporate goal is "to reduce morbidity and mortality from dengue infection by preventing the transmission of the virus from the mosquito vector human." Furthermore, the program set health status; risk reduction and service and protection objectives in order to achieve this goal. Additional to the agreement with Barangay officials and Governor; to continue their political and financial support, the NDPCP-DoH corporate strategy has the following components with corresponding…show more content…
- Risk reduction interventions through environmental sanitation especially search and destroy. Many Barangays are cleaning their houses regularly each week, drying the canals. In addition, space spraying is being applied in all of the cities (whether it is guided by cases cluster and/or the ovi- larvae trap index or without guidance (preventive) during the rainy seasons). - Community-based information camping: community education through pre-consultation seminars and lectures in the health centers, rotaries, church and school-based information dissemination camping especially during June, the month of dengue. The monitoring is done through the number of dengue cases and CFR, and reporting activities implemented through the cities and Barangays. However, there are no other standardized indicators to measure the impact of such activities in order to evaluate its success. The program also stated the 2016-2021 strategy activities, which

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