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Foundation Supporting A National Trauma Service In Sri Lanka August 2012 (Version 3) The Batticaloa Teaching Hospital Emergency & Accident Project (BEAP)

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1 Foundation Supporting A National Trauma Service In Sri Lanka August 2012 (Version 3) The Batticaloa Teaching Hospital Emergency & Accident Project (BEAP)

2 Vision To extend and enhance the National Trauma Service in Regional Sri Lanka o Karapitiya (Southern Province, Galle District) completed under a joint venture between the Government of Victoria in Australia and the Sri Lankan Government o Batticaloa Teaching Hospital (Eastern Province) urgently needs an updated facility o Other public hospitals as needed

3 To empower doctors in Sri Lankan Teaching Hospitals to improve health care services, by providing them with medical resources, training and support to build the necessary infrastructure within their teaching hospitals. To Enhance the National Trauma Service from Karapitiya to Batticaloa and beyond To raise US$ 6million 50% from the private sector companies 50% from the Sri Lankan Government, Ministry of Health Mission

4 The Need Existing facilities are grossly insufficient to serve the needs of nearly two million people in that region from Pottuvil in the south to Trincomalee in the north and Polonnaruwa in the west. They seek medical help and treatment for disabilities for:- o Domestic and work related industrial accidents o Congenital deformities o Injuries lingering post tsunami o Road trauma o Recreational accidents o Vision impairment Qualified and dedicated doctors and surgeons need appropriate facilities to give patient care and treatment

5 Tsunami injuries Tree burns and chronic injuries still need attention

6 The need for skin grafting

7 The Need Modern operating and recovery facilities will help keep doctors and staff motivated o Modern casualty departments need to be established. To expand and upgrade the free treatment to the public with better facilities to allow more specialised treatment and a wider range of services in regional public healthcare o Sri Lanka announced the largest ever health budget of Rs. 100 billion for 2011/12. Insufficiency of qualified orthopaedic professionals in regional Sri Lanka o Only 21 orthopaedic Surgeons in Sri Lanka in 2005, Today 78 and rising (Australia has in excess of 1,300 for similar population.) o We need to help stop the brain drain by encouraging qualified professionals to remain in Sri Lanka, by providing better working environments. Anticipated growth in tourism on the Eastern seaboard will require better emergency medical facilities for tourists who may be in accidents.

8 The Need Increase the teaching facilities and opportunities for Sri Lankan doctors Attract new specialities to regional Sri Lanka viz: o Neurosurgery o Plastic surgery o Paediatric surgery o Cardiac surgery o Eye surgery Better facilities will also encourage more visiting professionals from developed countries such as USA, UK, Canada, Australia and the EU on a pro-bono basis.

9 Visiting Doctors At Work

10 Patient Demand Batticaloa Teaching Hospital Statistics for Major & Minor Surgeries – January to December 2011 Major SurgeryMinor Surgery General Surgery 1,1827,997 Gyn. & Obs. Surgery 1, Orthopaedic Surgery Oncological Surgery 5074 Emergency LSCS Total 3,4578,617 Grand Total 12,074

11 Imbalance in Supply & Demand Supporting Orthopaedic Units in Public Sector Sri Lanka, Dec RegionNo of Surgeons Colombo National Hospital4 Colombo South2 Ragama1 Lady Ridgeway1 Sri Jayawardenapura1 Army Hospital1 Kandy3 Galle2 Anuradhapura1 RegionNo of Surgeons Ampara1 Batticaloa1 Badulla1 Chilaw1 Kegalle1 Jaffna1 Kurunegala1 Matara1 Ratnapura1 Pollonaruwa1 Total of 26 in 2004 Today it is 78; an improvement, but still insufficient

12 A National Trauma Service is a good start, which we need to support Major Teaching Hospitals of Sri Lanka need the infrastructure if they are to deliver the services. “Ask not what your country can do for you ask what you can do for your country” - John F. Kennedy

13 BEAP Foundation Overview The foundation is a trust registered in Sri Lanka Trustees Bank Accounts Accountants o Nelson Wheeler & Associates, 320 Lorimer Street, Port Melbourne, VIC, Australia o PE Management Consultants (Pvt) Ltd, 45, Braybrooke Place Colombo 02, Sri Lanka Auditors o H L B Edirisinghe & Co, Chartered Accountants,, 45, Braybrooke Place Colombo 02, Sri Lanka o EGA Corporate Advisers Melbourne, Victoria, Australia Sri LankaAustralia Bank: Commercial Bank 21, Bristol Street, Colombo 01 Account No: Swift Code: CCEYLKLX Bank: ANZ Bank Ltd 687 Glenferrie Road, Glenferrie, Vic 3122 Account No: BSB No: David Young Nalin Patikrikorale Bobbi Jordan-Hansen Nihal de Run Indrajith Fernando Arjuna Samarakoon

14 Organization Structure President Dr. David A Young Patron Prof. David de Kretser A.C Vice Patron Mr. Abbas Akbarally Vice Patron Dr. Ranjith Hettiarachi Committee Chairperson (Management) Nalin Pathikirikorale Committee Chairperson (Project Steering) Dr. Muruganndan Co-ordinator Nihal de Run Ambassador Mutthiah Muralidharan Ambassador Dav Whatmore Vice President Dr. Greg Hoy Ambassador Shane Watson

15 Organization Structure Management Committees Australia 1.David A Young 2.Greg Hoy 3.Nihal M.D de Run 4.Arjuna Samarakoon (Finance) 5.Buddhi Jayatilleke (IT/Web) Australia 1.David A Young 2.Greg Hoy 3.Nihal M.D de Run 4.Arjuna Samarakoon (Finance) 5.Buddhi Jayatilleke (IT/Web) Sri Lanka 1.Nalin Pathikirikorale (Chair) 2.Indrajith Fernando (Deputy/Finance) 3.Jeevan Gnanam 4.Bobbi Jordan-Hansen 5.Angelo Nicholas 6.Jayantha Jayawardene 7.Bentley Barsenbach 8.Nimalka Morahela 9.Dick Siebel 10.Ranjan de Silva 11.Dr. V Swarnakumar Sri Lanka 1.Nalin Pathikirikorale (Chair) 2.Indrajith Fernando (Deputy/Finance) 3.Jeevan Gnanam 4.Bobbi Jordan-Hansen 5.Angelo Nicholas 6.Jayantha Jayawardene 7.Bentley Barsenbach 8.Nimalka Morahela 9.Dick Siebel 10.Ranjan de Silva 11.Dr. V Swarnakumar Steering Committee – Batticaloa 1.Dr. Nihal Jayathilaka, Health Secretary, (ex-officio) 2.Dr. D K Muruganandan (Director) 3.S Namonithy (Secretary) 4.Dr. P Jeepara (Co-ordinator) 5.Dr. B S H Indrasena 6.Dr. V S Thevakumar 7.Dr. T Gobishaankar 8.Dr. H R Thambavita 9.Dr. S Mathanalagan 10.Dr. J Jeyaruban 11.Wasantha Jayawardena (MOH Co- ordinator)

16 Organization Structure Advisory Council 1.Deshabandu Tilka de Zoysa (Corporate Relations) 2.Eraj Wijesinghe (Corporate Relations) 3.Bill Deutrom (Australian Corporate Relations) 4.Senake Amerasinghe (Corporate Relations) 5.Alex Lovell MBE (Corporate Relations) 6.Nihal Kodituwakku(Aus) (Engineering & Contract Advice) 7.Kalinga Pelpola (Project Management Liaison) 8.Jayantha Pathikirikorale (Queensland Delegate) 9.Iqbal Mohamed (New Zealand Delegate) 10.Pushpa Hettiarachi (Legal Advice Australia) 11.N Jayanthan (Legal Advice Sri Lanka) 12.Dr. Reggie Perera (Ministry of Health Liaison) 13.Dr. Raj Barr Kumara Kulasinghe (USA Delegate) 14.Capt. Sri Segaram (Batticaloa Community Relations) 1.Deshabandu Tilka de Zoysa (Corporate Relations) 2.Eraj Wijesinghe (Corporate Relations) 3.Bill Deutrom (Australian Corporate Relations) 4.Senake Amerasinghe (Corporate Relations) 5.Alex Lovell MBE (Corporate Relations) 6.Nihal Kodituwakku(Aus) (Engineering & Contract Advice) 7.Kalinga Pelpola (Project Management Liaison) 8.Jayantha Pathikirikorale (Queensland Delegate) 9.Iqbal Mohamed (New Zealand Delegate) 10.Pushpa Hettiarachi (Legal Advice Australia) 11.N Jayanthan (Legal Advice Sri Lanka) 12.Dr. Reggie Perera (Ministry of Health Liaison) 13.Dr. Raj Barr Kumara Kulasinghe (USA Delegate) 14.Capt. Sri Segaram (Batticaloa Community Relations)

17 The Facility A modern emergency reception area, accident evaluation facility, four well equipped operating theatres with provision for four more in the future, recovery rooms, two 50 bed wards (male/female), staff and storage facilities etc Building cost estimate: Rs. 500 million (approx. US$ 4 million) Fit out and equipment cost estimate: Rs. 260 million (approx. US$ 2million)

18 Key Dates Creation of the Foundation and the Registration of the Trust September 2011 Creation of the Foundation and the Registration of the Trust September 2011 Requests for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from Architects October 2011 Requests for Expressions of Interest (EOI) from Architects October 2011 Commencement of Fund Raising November 2011 Commencement of Fund Raising November 2011 Project Plan and draft MOU presentation to the Ministry of Health February 2012 Project Plan and draft MOU presentation to the Ministry of Health February 2012 Fund Raising Completion Aug 2014 Fund Raising Completion Aug 2014 Sign MoU with the Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka August 2012 Sign MoU with the Ministry of Health, Sri Lanka August 2012 ANTICIPATED COMPLETION DATE: AUGUST 2015

19 Funding Arrangement Public Private Partnership (PPP) between the GoSL and the private sector through BEAP fundraising efforts. Negotiate with the government (Ministry of Health) Sri Lanka to use the donation from BEAP and complete project to the satisfaction of the Steering Committee. o BEAP contribution anticipated at USD 2 million + from Sri Lankan corporates and the International medical equipment suppliers Money collected in Sri Lanka by BEAP to be directed to the National Health Development Fund to fund the project. Money donated overseas will be moved from BEAP bank account to NHDF, into a project specific account to be controlled by Trustees of BEAP and the Health Secretary, Ministry of Health Sri Lanka. o BEAP signs an MOU with Ministry of Health regarding the end use of funds: Key features are: The building is not started until the funding target is achieved BEAP generated donations /contributions in NHDF account will be used to pay contractors, builders and suppliers together with matching funds provided by GoSL/MOH. Target completion date August 2015

20 Sponsorships SUPER PLATINUM o US$400,000 (Rs 52 million) PLATINUM o US$ 200,000 (Rs. 26 million) GOLD o US$ 50,000 (Rs. 6.5 million) SILVER o US$ 25,000 (Rs million) BRONZE o US$ 5,000 (Rs. 650,000) For Sponsors o All amounts are payable in installments up to Aug, 2014 o Naming rights to beds and certain areas of the internal parts of the building may be negotiated General donations o Donations of any amount is gratefully accepted o Donations over US$ 1000 (Rs. 100,000) will receive a honour board recognition

21 Foundation Supporting A National Trauma Service In Sri Lanka The Batticaloa Teaching Hospital Emergency Accident Project SPONSORSHIP DONATION FORM Name of Individual or Corporation Address Phone Contact person responsible Hereby pledge the undernoted sponsorship [ ] SUPER PLATINUM Rs. 52 Mil / $ 400,000 [ ] PLATINUM Rs. 26 Mil / $ 200,000 [ ] GOLD Rs. 6.5 Mil / $ 50,000 [ ] SILVER Rs Mil / $ 25,000 [ ] BRONZE Rs Mil / $ 5,000 [ ] OTHER (specify) Rs/$ SignedDated Mail to: The Co-ordinator, Nihal de Run, 2/39 Britton St, Glen Iris, VIC 3146, Australia OR Indrajith Fernando, c/0 Bartleet Transport Ltd, 65, Braybrooke Rd, Colombo 2 Sri Lanka Note: Sri Lankan Donors to write cheques in favour of: NHDF A/C 5608, Bank of Ceylon, Metropolitan Branch Colombo and for “Project BEAP Construction of ETU at The Teaching Hospital Batticaloa”.

22 Contact Us BEAP Australia Nihal de Run BEAP Sri Lanka Indrajith Fernando Our vision is to replicate the Karapitiya facility as shown above. 3D image of our vision for Batticaloa


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