Presentation on theme: "PRESENTED BY: THE HONOURABLE MAYOR, CLLR TVB MCHUNU."— Presentation transcript:
PRESENTED BY: THE HONOURABLE MAYOR, CLLR TVB MCHUNU
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3Challenges Remedial Number of people aged reached with prevention information including anti- gender based violence information Limited information on Human Rights and Women’s rights Victims are reluctant to report GBV cases Strengthen GBV Campaigns through community dialogues Number of young people aged reached with prevention information including anti- gender based violence information Youth is reluctant to participate in HIV and AIDS and Gender Based Violence campaigns Full involvement of Youth Ambassadors on Behavioural change campaigns
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of registered OVC Fair management of OVC registers Proper monitoring of the OVC registers by DSD and DOE Number of registered OVC in schools Data collection on OVC not well populated Improve data collection system for OVC Number of registered OVC receiving care and support
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of learners pregnant 437No data 87 Minimum information on Family Planning Intergenerational sex where poverty stricken girls become vulnerable and are abused by older man in exchange for money Establishme nt of Youth health Friendly services Strengthen community partnership on behavioural change campaigns
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Baby PCR tested positive around 6 weeks rate 2%1%1.8%1.9% There are still babies that are not tested Upscale education of mothers on exclusive breast feeding Baby HIV antibody test positive at 18 months rate <5%6%2%2.3%HAART not yet implemented at all Primary Health Care (PHC) Facilities, There is one Doctor in the ARV District Roving Team CCGs to assist identify all exposed children and refer them to clinic for PCR Test. Nurses trained on NIMAART to be mentored by a Doctor for initiation. ANC booking before 20 weeks rate 45%44 % 44.9 % 48%Communities still believe in starting the ANC when child starts to kick Most of the pregnant women are teenagers, who hide until late Scale- up Health Education in Health Facilities Promote Early bookings through OSS.
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of males aged circumcised uThungulu District is wide and mostly rural, there are areas that are not yet reached. Motivate for Traditional coordinators to be per Hospital not per Municipality CCGS and School Health Teams do assist in social mobilization Scale-up the implementation of Family Health teams
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of new HIV test carried out There are still some people who are not keen to test (especially men) who will mention that his wife / girl friend is pregnant and tested negative Hlola Manje Zivikele Campaign is on-going HCT Services to be supported by various congregations Farms are coming on board for HCT Services Market HCT Services to other Departments through OSS
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of male condoms distributed Sustainability of condom distribution in remote communities Contracted condom distributors to be increased to cover remote communities as per Hospital/ Clinic catchment population CCGs and War Rooms are assisting to up-scale condom distribution in the communities HTA services to be expanded in all Hospitals (HTA communities identified) to be fully functional in 2013/14
Number of female condoms distributed Clients are reluctant to use female condoms Health facilities to up-scale awareness campaigns on availability and use of female condoms.
IndicatorTargetQ1Q2Q3ChallengesRemedial Number of new sexual assault cases Increase is taken as positive because people are reporting the incidents Up –scale the Awareness Campaigns in schools and Communities Children under 12 years sexually assaulted rate Child sexual abuse cases are not reported Limited support from caregivers Conducting Community Outreach Programmes e.g. community dialogues Anti Sugar Daddy Campaigns My life My Future Campaigns
IndicatorTargetQ1Q1 Q2Q2 Q3Q3 ChallengesRemedial Number of LACs submitting reports to DAC 6000Poor/ non submission of LAC reports by municipalities LACs to align their schedule of meetings to that of the DAC and to submit their reports prior to the sitting of the DAC for consolidation purposes Number of WACs submitting reports to LAC 99000WACs are established but still under going trainings The District has planned to hold the Special Programmes Road shows as from April 2013 to assist LMs in the Establishment of Structures/ Forums at ward level
BroadReach Healthcare Medicines Sans Frontier -[ Doctors without Boarders] DramAidE PATH SAWID US Peace Corps Volunteers