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1 Intersectoral Coordination A Pacemaker for the system performance Professor Vasudev Rawal Community Medicine

2 Development has many forms and Health is one of these forms. No nation can sustain or develop without Healthy People To be Healthy is the goal for all – Nation, State, Individual Health & Development

3 It is the only truth (but) the learned ones know it in various ways II Concept – I Development - Health

4 Health + Education + Many more “Development” is related to many aspects including HEALTH HEALTH is an integral component of most sectors This conceptual clarity is the base of INTERSECTORAL COORDINATION

5 Stake holders for HEALTH Elected representatives Government System Private sector Voluntary agencies Systems of Medicine Media AND Community at large

6 The Process Sharing the concern Reviewing the resources Sharing the resources Following the principles of Primary Health Care helps. Monitoring one’s own actions and sharing it Participating in planning Taking specific responsibilities

7 Principles of PRIMARY HEALTH CARE Appropriate Technology: Locally useful, acceptable, indigenous resources Equitable Distribution: Reach to all, Remove Social Injustice Community Participation: Meaningful, Local human and other resources Intersectoral Coordination: All within and outside the Government system

8 CONCEPT – II Dimensions of Health Health is a state of physical, psychological and social WELL BEING… and NOT MERELY ABSENCE OF DISEASE OR INFIRMITY.

9 Broad areas of working for HEALTH Basic Health Needs like Healthy Environment Health and Health Service awareness Primary Health Care Secondary Health Care Tertiary Health Care Death prevention/ better quality of life

10 Generating Awareness – Role for All Sectors

11 An Overview The Pace maker The Impulse The Contributing Sectors The Health Programs The resources The way ahead INTERSECTORAL COORDINATION

12 Concept – III Priorities Health Awareness Preventive /Promotive Care Private Public Curative and Rehab Care

13 The Areas for Coordination Health Education Agriculture Food Animal Husbandry Industry Communication Housing Public works WCD Many others

14 Better Experience through focused work Health Programs RCH / MCH Maternal Care Child Care School Health Blindness Control Blood Banking Epidemic control Polio Eradication

15 Coordination in Routine Immunization v/s Polio achievement

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17 Maternal Health

18 Child Health

19 (Our direction, our expression and our thoughts be the same) Concept – IV – PACE IN TOTO

20 THE PACE MAKER – A LEADER NIRAMAYA GUJARAT (Disease Free Gujarat) SWACHCHHA GUJARAT, SWASTHA GUJARAT (Clean Gujarat, Healthy Gujarat) Beti Bachao and Beti Vadhavo Abhiyan (Save the Girl Child and Welcome the Girl child Movements) Shala Arogya Abhiyaan (School Health Program)

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22 The base is strong political will to translate the values into action An important element is PLANNING with other sectors to avoid unnecessary duplication of activities Intersectoral coordination

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24 Pace maker/s for the system leads to -- Clarity of Concept (The visionary) POLITICAL WILL (The leader) Sharing the ideas (The Pace maker) Planning together (The Impulse)

25 Pace maker/s for the system leads to -- Implementation with roles and responsibilities (The cardiac movements – The action potential) Evaluation (The outcome) and Replan Monitoring at different levels – both horizontal and vertical (The output)

26 CONCEPT – V (OWNERSHIP) Chintan Shibir, 2007 “WE” = “AAPANE”, (Inclusive of many others) rather than “AME” (Inclusive of our people)

27 Better Coordination Accept others & get accepted!!!! Bit difficult for the individuals/ groups/ sectors that are not used to “feel” !!! Niramaya Gujarat/ Nirmal Gujarat and several other examples

28 Areas need to be more focused Health Programs NVBDCP RNTCP NCD Disability Prevention Capacity Building Behavior change AND other

29 Health Education of villagers

30 It is the only truth (but) the learned ones know it in various ways II Concept – I Development - Health

31 CONCEPT – II Dimensions of Health Health is a state of physical, psychological and social WELL BEING… and NOT MERELY ABSENCE OF DISEASE OR INFIRMITY.

32 Concept – III Priorities Health Awareness Preventive /Promotive Care Private Public Curative and Rehab Care

33 (Our direction, our expression and our thoughts be the same) Concept – IV – PACE IN TOTO

34 CONCEPT – V (OWNERSHIP) Chintan Shibir, 2007 “WE” = “AAPANE”, (Inclusive of many others) rather than “AME” (Inclusive of our people)

35 The way ahead…… There are common areas to work like advocacy for Health Specific activity like food supply, water sanitation, etc. can be shared as concept and common benefits can be achieved Specific roles and responsibilities to be defined with a dialogue with each stake holder (e.g. Education in Lifestyle diseases).

36 Experience to be expanded “Working together” and “Coordination” has been an experience in several programs, (School Health…..) An excellent opportunity for sectors other than Health also, for an initiatives like Social marketing of mosquito bed nets, etc. GUJARAT with Strong Political Will and concepts shared with all will be able to expand its experience.

37 “Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much” -----Helen Keller Thank You Very Much


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