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1 ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS SOUTH AFRICA 9 – 11 MAY 2013 ROTARY SOUTH AFRICA

2 TRAINING WORKSHOP DISTRICT 9350 OBJECTIVE To communicate information to Rotary Clubs concerning the Rotary Family Health Days in May 2013 in order for the Clubs to effectively plan their sites and the roll out of services being offered by the Department of Health and other add on services 2

3 HOW IT FITS TOGETHER! RFHA M arion Bunch Programme Director Sue Paget DOH 4 ROTARY STEERING COMMITTEE CDC USAID COCA COLA/ TCCAF MEDIA/ PR LOCAL PARTNER Bottlers AG’S REGION REPS Clubs SITE DOH Province DOH District 3

4 ROTARY DISTRICTS IN SOUTH AFRICA

5 WHAT IS RFHA? o Rotary International Action Group o Expanded from just HIV/Aids Focus to fall in line with the 6 Focus areas of Rotary International o Taken the lead in disease prevention

6 Page 6 Expanded Vision and Mission To improve the lives of vulnerable children and families by mobilizing Rotarians and partner organizations globally in the fight against HIV/AIDS and other diseases. Together we support the implementation of and provide sustainability for child-centered disease prevention programs in the developing world. Rotarians for Family Health and AIDS Prevention (RFHA)

7 WHAT ARE THE ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS? o Initiated by Rotarian Stephen Mwanje from Uganda o To provide 3 days of Free Health Care to disadvantaged communities o Asked Marion Bunch to find partners and money o Uganda, Nigeria and Kenya in their 3 rd year. Now in South Africa o Vision to make it a Pan African initiative o Driven by RFHA and Rotary Clubs in South Africa at 180 sites in all 9 Provinces in conjunction with partners CALL TO ACTION TO FULFIL A COMMON PURPOSE AND GOAL FOR ALL ROTARIANS

8 \ Page 8 RFHA’s Signature Program “Rotary Family Health Day” An Interdependent Partnership Model Mobilize Community Volunteer Support Primary Funder In-Country Approval and Support and More RFHA Management Responsibility Obtain Partners, Resources, Funds NGOsROTARY CLUBS MINISTRY OF HEALTH THE COCA-COLA AFRICA FOUNDATION THE COCA-COLA SYSTEM Media and Bottler Support Event Activation Medical / Technical Services Monitor and Evaluate U.S. GOVERNMENT, CDC, USAID Fund the NGOs

9 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Minister Motsoaledi DG Precious Matsoso DDG Dr Yogan Pillay Thato Chadirikire HCT EPI Nutrition Social Mobilization unit Monitoring and Evaluation unit Media and Communications Letter of alert to Provincial level

10 LETTER OF INTENT FROM DOH

11 SERVICES TO BE PROVIDED HCT CAMPAIGN./ HIV testing and counselling./ TB screening./ Diabetes screening./ Condom supply EPI./ Measles inoculation./ Polio drops./ Others to be decided NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE CHOICES./ Vitamin A administration (children between 12 – 59 months) MALE CIRCUMCISION./ Educational literature only CERVICAL CANCER./ Educational literature only MALARIA./ Educational material at certain sites in northern areas of SA

12 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH Provide offered services at each of the 180 sites over the three days Engage with the CDC and USAID Provide a Monitoring and Evaluation template to be used at all sites Estimate targets at each site Assist Rotary with Social Mobilization advice Assist Rotary with Media campaign advice Provide a Plan and Contacts for the roll out of services at National, Provincial and District Perspective Engage with Rotary at a National, Provincial and District level

13 ROTARY ROLE OVERVIEW Establish Rotary structures around RFHD’s in each District Identify all 180 sites in 9 provinces in South Africa Engage with DoH (USAID/CDC) at National, Provincial and District level Develop a media campaign to assist in social mobilization Management of the 180 sites Provide add on services at the sites Monitoring and Evaluation at each site Identify a launch/close site with the DoH

14 NATIONAL Department of Health RFHA Representative PROVINCIAL Managers Department of Health Rotary District Steering Committee Representative DISTRICT Department of Health and Partners (CDC/USAID) Rotary Clubs and Designated Site Champion PLANNING DOCUMENT RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOH AND ROTARYROTARY SITE PLANNING STEERING COMMITTEE DOH CDC USAID RFFA COCA COLA

15 DOH AND ROTARY TIMELINES OctNovDecJanFebMarAprMay 2013/02/1115 Task Rotary meetings with DoH Rotary identification of sites DoH Alert letters to Provincial DoH Submission to DoH of sites Rotary contact with provincial DoH Rotary/DoH Planning meeting 17-Jan Rotary/DoH Media meeting 16-Jan DoH plan of services at each site 31-Jan Communication of plan to Rotary Steering Committee 01-Feb Communication of plan to DoH District level Rotary site to contact DoH District Level Rotary site to plan add on services Briefing with Minister Motsoaledi 22-Feb Rotary re evaluation and confirmation of site Rotary Family Health Days Media framework Media roll out DoH validated M&E figures Department of HealthRotary Club Rotary DistrictMediaRotary Districts/Club

16 T SHIRTS 2013/02/1116 All Rotary workers to be identified by wearing the same t-shirt Coca Cola, RFHA/Rotary and Department of Health logos to appear Organised at Programme Director level Sent to relevant collection points in Districts

17 SECURITY 2013/02/1117 No free food or drinks to be given out at sites Guidelines on security requirements will be given to all Steering Committee heads for dissemination to Rotary Club site champions eg. alert local police station, fire station, ambulance, neighbourhood security etc Steve Margo has made contact with ER 24 which is national Water should be available on site

18 LAUNCH AND CLOSING SITE 2013/02/1118 To be identified Gauteng, Tshwane or Ekhuruleni President, Minister, RI Representatives, Partners, Dignitaries, Media Managed by Rotary with the help of Coca Cola Eventing Company Possibly closing site on the Saturday in another Province

19 PARTNER ROLE Coca Cola Coca Cola bottlers Nampak Pharmaceutical companies Vaccine suppliers National Laboratories Private hospitals (nurses)

20 POST EVENT Reporting structure post event All financial, site (club), DoH feedback to be given to Steering Committee Heads by 30 th May Monitoring and Evaluation included DoH to give validated figures by 30 th May Final reports to Programme Directorby 1 st June Final report to RFHA CEO Marion Bunch by 14 th June for submission to Coca Cola funders And then 2014!

21 THANK YOU 21


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