Presentation on theme: "PENIEL GLOBAL FOUNDATION (PGF) IN COLLABORATION WITH OSUN STATE AGENCY FOR THE CONTROL OF AIDS (O-SACA) WITH SUPPORT FROM WORLD BANK (HPDP 2 PROJECT) PRESENTED."— Presentation transcript:
PENIEL GLOBAL FOUNDATION (PGF) IN COLLABORATION WITH OSUN STATE AGENCY FOR THE CONTROL OF AIDS (O-SACA) WITH SUPPORT FROM WORLD BANK (HPDP 2 PROJECT) PRESENTED BY – AYILARA ADERONKE.O DATE -12/2/15
PROJECT TITLE: Meaningful Involvement of Rural Dwellers, Pregnant Women, Traditional/Faith Based Birth Attendants, Healthcare Providers and Other Relevant Stakeholders in the Prevention of Mother to Child Transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS in Boripe, Ilesha West, Osogbo, Ifelodun, Ede North and Ede South Local Government Areas of the State of Osun.
Target Population: Pregnant Women - 8,280 General Population - 5,000 TBA-37 Total Population - 13,317
Local Government Coverage Area Local Government Communities 1). Ilesha West Ilaje and Oke -Iyin 2). Ede North Isibo and Sagba 3). Ede South Sekona and Babanla Agate 4). Osogbo Gbomi and Ataoja 5). Boripe Isale Asa and Isale Oyo 6). Ifelodun Aludundun and Iba
Target Output Target Output for First and Second Tranche - 1)To train 103 2)To reach 12 communities in 6 LGAs 3)To reach out to 10,624 population Output Achieved so Far - 1)Trained 168 2)Reached 12 communities in 6 LGAs 3) Incorporation of HCT into Activities of TBA/FBA 4) Reached people 12,930
PREGNANT WOMEN REACHED Pregnant Women June Nil July 545 August 2582 September 1,519 October 206 November 24 December 208 January 1588 February 2250 TOTAL 8922
GENERAL POPULATION REACHED June 17 July 210 August 1686 September 466 October 44 November 24 December 9 January 950 February 602 TOTAL 4008
TBA/FBA REACHED Number Reached 84
Number of Activities Carried out 1)Orientation Training for Implementation Team 2) Procurement of Office Supply 3) Advocacy Visit 4)Selection of Beneficiaries 5) Training of Community Volunteers, TBA/FBA and Health Workers
Number of Activities Carried out (Contd.) 6). Community Outreach and Sensitization to Promote PMTCT. 7). Community Mobilization and Sensitization 8). HCT Activities 9). Referrals 10). Mentoring of Community Volunteers
Number of Activities carried Out (Contd.) 11). Monitoring of STI Management Team 12). Quarterly Visitation to Community Volunteers 13). Continuous Counseling and Testing 14). Follow up Activities 15). Community Outreach and Sensitization for General Populace
Number of Activities carried Out (Contd.) 16). Quarterly Project Team Meeting 17). Monitoring of Quarterly Project Team Meeting 18). Community Mobilization /Rallies to Promote PMTCT of HIV/AIDs for Pregnant Women 19). Community Mobilization/Rallies for Prevention of HIV/AIDs and promotion of Condom 20).World AIDS Day was celebrated.
Number of Activities Carried Out (contd.) 21)Incorporation of HCT activities into TBA/FBA Activities. 22)Community entry point completed Total Number of Activities carried out- 22
SUCCESS STORY Among the Success Stories and Notable Achievements recorded in so far; Advocacy Visits to stakeholder done. Our organisation succeeded in training a total of 168 stakeholders. Incorporation of HCT in TBA/FBA Activities. World AIDS day celebrated 4,008 reached under general population. 8,922 pregnant women reached so far. A total of 12,930 people were reached so far A total number of 76 positive client is been followed up so Community entry point completed.
Challenges/Constraints: The first major challenge of the project was the distance between project communities, making it difficult to cover lots of terrains within a short spell, delaying our outreaches and incurring more expenses on transportation. The use of MPPI is to cumbersome Some TBA/FBA find it difficult to use the tools given to us. Wrong phone numbers being given by some of the client is a major challenge in tracing them when found to be positive.
Challenges/Constraints (Contd.): Lack of HIV Kits and tools. Strike action in the state affected our work negatively
LESSONS LEARNT One very interesting event during project implementation was the zeal and enthusiasm the people showed towards supporting the programme. It is also noteworthy to know that there are some rural communities and people who are yet to grapple with the reality of accepting the fact that “HIV/AIDS is real”, thereby making us to decide that we have lots of work to be done in such communities.
SUMMARY & CONCLUSION The programme is a stitch in time. The timely intervention of this project will at the long run reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS in Osun State.