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1 Session 4 Sectoral Outputs Jan 9, 2014 Great Eastern Hotel

2 Session 4 Working in small groups, participants will answer the following questions: 1.As a sector, what do you think you can do/ or capable of doing to improve TB control program in your localities/ areas of coverage? 2.What technical assistance your sector needs in order to perform/accomplish # 1?

3 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements FISHERFOLK COUNCIL 1. Popularization of TB Control in Council-based areas1. IEC Materials (includes data) 2. Inclusion of TB Control in the Social Services Committee of the Council (The Council could suggest 2 pilot areas simultaneous to the conduct of island wide consultation) 2. IEC Materials, Orientation 3. Facilitation of Educational Campaign in the pilot areas targeting fisherfolk, fisherfolk leaders, BHWs in the community, especially patients and their family members) 3. Orientation and Training Support (e.g. resource persons, meal and transpo allowance, venue) 4. Facilitation of training for Council members and BSWs in areas on ensuring active and sustainable engagement to LGUs on health service support 4. Orientation and Training Support (e.g. resource persons, meal and transpo allowance, venue)

4 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements Workers in the Informal Sector (5 sectors down region) 1.Prevention -referral -stigma reduction 1.Information dissemination -Orientation -List health centers/ doctors/ hospitals 2. Detection – Cough Caravan in areas/s with informal sector 2.Facilitation of check-ups near their areas 3. Advocacy -Proper hygiene -Smoking areas 3. Training – - Mapping of areas with implemented ordinances 4. Social and livelihood support4. Provision of self-help programs -Skills training -Support from other members ex. Toda, vendors association

5 SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements PWDs 1. Some PWD organizations are already involved in the detection and treatment adherence support for tuberculosis -Tools -Technology needed for implementation of the TB treatment - Human resources who will help in the treatment process 2. PWD organizations can contribute in prevention and stigma reduction for patients affected with tuberculosis -Awareness raising on the causes, prevention and cure of TB most especially in the regions. The awareness raising activity will be used as a tool for stigma reduction of patients with TB. - Disseminate IEC materials that could support awareness raising. 2.

6 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements Farmers 1. Orientation with the sectoral council (Jan29- 30); Identify pilot provinces in the 3 islands (LVM); Proposal development 1.Resource Person/ TA for proposal development 2. Community orientation, consultative and planning with the identified CSOs/POs; localization of TB control; local TB Program Team 2. In the identified area/ province (responsible persons/ food&accom/materials/ transpo) 3. Data gathering as baseline for M/E3. Survey Tool development 4. Adoption of strategies 3-year (minimum) Experts

7 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements Sector IP1.Stigma Reduction/Prevention 1.1 -Conduct IP consultation to: develop cultural sensitive Advocacy and campaign materials for IP communities: e.g. Formation of IP –TB prevention team e.g. Modules for IP “ local TB IP prevention team (local IP volunteers ) with the following tasks: 1.1.a TB information peer/educ among Ips 1.1.b. Referral works 1.1.c. Treatment adherence /bantay inum gamot 1.1.d. Referrals for possible social and livelihood support among IP families whohave family member detected as TB positive. 1.IMPACT- IP focal person who will served as: technical monitoring officer for the IP intervention: 2.- formation /capacitation training for the IP team as IP Team for TB 3.Funding support 4.Technical support 5.Linking with other health providers

8 Children and Youth Sector ThemePossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements Prevention1.Young Peer Educator Program - Series of seminars, for a and conferences 1.– resource speakers 2.Kits and Presentation Materials 3.Facilities (if possible) Awareness Raising2. Production of Pamphlets and Educational Podcasts 1.Video Editing Sessions 2.Raw Files on TB Campaign Information, Education and Communication Campaign 3. Monitoring and Evaluation (Impact Assessment) 1.Monitoring and Evaluation Tools 2.Representatives from partner organizations

9 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control -WOMEN Possible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements 1.Consultation with the WSC member on the possibility of conducting the activities in their regions: 1.Basic Info/data on IEC materials 1.1. Roll-out: a.Awareness raising b.Advocacy c.Referral d.Participate in response such as: a.Detection b.Social adherence support c.Social and livelihood support d.Stigma reduction 2.Training and market linking 3. Link up with service providers with skills

10 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control Possible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements e.Linking with groups like BPOs e.Inventory of women’s groups reach/involved

11 Senior Citizens SectorPossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements Senior Citizens1. AWARENESS CAMPAIGN1.DEVELOPMENT OF IEC MATERIALS 2. CONDUCT SURVEY IN ALL REGIONS1.DEVELOPMENT OF SURVEY FORMS 3. DISCUSS TB CONTROL PROGAM DURING THE COUNCIL MEETING 1.IMPACT AS RESOURCE POERSON 4. DISCUSS TB CONTROL PROGRAM WITH THE LGUs IMPACT AS RESOURCE PERSON

12 WORKERS IN THE INFORMAL SECTOR-BHWs ThemePossible Area of Involvement in TB Control (refer to the slide on WHO ENGAGE TB) Technical Assistance Requirements PREVENTIONRAISING THE AWARENESS OF BARANGAY FOLKS USING AVAILABLE IEC MATERIALS PROVIDED BY DOH AND LGU HEALTH CENTERS/DOTS 1.BASIC SKILLS TRAINING ON COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION REFERRALLINKING PATIENTS TO CLINICS AND HEALTH CENTERS FACILITATE ASSISTANCE FOR TRANSPORTATION WITH THE HELP OF BARANGAY AND MUNICIPAL LGUS 1.IEC MATERIAL; REFERRAL FORMS ADVOCACYLOBBY FOR LGU SUPPORT TO ENSURE AVAILABILITY OF SUPPLIES AND DRUGS AND INCREASE BUDGET FOR HEALTH 1.SKILLS IN LOBBYING AND MAKING ADVOCACY MATERIALS

13 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Roles and Activities in TB Control Assistance Requirements URBAN POOR1.Advocacy & Prevention: a. Awareness raising, information, education, communication (IEC) behavior change communication, infection control, training provider b. Ensure availability of supplies, equipment and services, training providers, governance and policy issues, working with community leaders 1. Orientation & training, IEC materials, funding requirements 2. Detection: Screening, contact tracing, sputum collection, sputum transport, training providers 2. Availability of X-gen machine within the area; DOH support

14 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Roles and Activities in TB Control Technical Assistance Requirements URBAN POOR3. Stigma reduction: Peer support groups, community champions, sensitizing and training facility, CHWs and leaders 3. Coordination with local RHUs for list of infected persons and other related data 4. Social and livelihood support: Cash transfers, insurance schemes, nutrition support and supplementation, voluntary savings and loans, inclusive markets, training providers, income generation 4. Capacity building, start-up capital and market linkages: quail-raising, soap/detergent powder-making, etc

15 Roles of NAPC Basic Sectors/CSO Partners in TB Control SectorPossible Roles and Activities in TB Control Assistance Requirements VDC1.Advocacy & Prevention: a. Awareness raising, information, education, communication (IEC) behavior change communication, infection control, training provider 1. Orientation & training for the VDC Council, IEC materials for dissemination, funding requirements


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