Presentation on theme: "Third Regional Workshop on Production and Use of Vital Statics: Applying Tools and Materials Available to Improve Vital Statistics (CRVS)"— Presentation transcript:
1 Third Regional Workshop on Production and Use of Vital Statics: Applying Tools and Materials Available to Improve Vital Statistics (CRVS) Presented by Myanmar Participant Ms. Cherry Swe Assistant Director Myanmar
2 IntroductionCountry report of the Myanmar participants Third Regional Workshop on Production and Use of Vital Statics: Applying Tools and Materials Available to Improve Vital Statistics in the Myanmar Statistical System is basically a decentralized one. Many Govt. ministries set up their own planning and statistics department.1
3 Central Statistical Organization Myanmar Statistical System is a decentralize once.CSO collects data in accordance with the Central Statistical Authority Act, No. 34 of 1952 and plays a key role in the national system of statistical information.Administrative DivisionProduction Statistics DivisionServices Statistics DivisionTrade Statistics DivisionIncome Expenditure and Investment Statistics DivisionResearch and Development Division
4 Sources of Vital Statistics National Population CensusVital Registration and Statistics SystemDemographic Surveys and other Social and Health related Surveys
5 Census in Myanmar Last population census – 1983 In computing the vital rates, townships-wise population estimates are made, using the annual rate of population growth, which Immigration and Manpower Department releases publicly, based on 1983 population census and 1991 Population Changes and Fertility Survey (PCFS).Latest conduct in 2014 population censuses is completed but no publication.
6 Vital Registration System Introduced in 1962Strengthening of BRS in 1998CSO, DOH modified the content forms from 13 to 88 forms was successfully pilot testedNation – wide establishment was carried out in 2001
7 Current situation of MVRS Focal Department CSOImplementing Department DOHCentral Statistical Organization(CSO)Established in 1952- Statistical Authority Act 34 of 1952.Objectives- The main objective of the organization is to collect,compile, process ,analysis and publish the socio-economic data subsequently of fulfill the needs ofthe information systems.
8 Role of CSO Development of vital forms Providing & Distribution of formsCollection of filled formsComputerize & Calculation of vital statsTraining & Refresher training on VRSSupervision , Monitoring & Feed-back
9 Role of DOH Central level Co-ordination & Cooperation with CSO Supervision , Monitoring & FeedbackState / Regional LevelForm Indent, storage & distributionTownship LevelMain ImplementersCollection of Vital eventsRegistration & issue CertificateReporting ( send & 201 to CSO)
10 The Acts related for VRS We don’t have any specific vital registration act alone but we have some acts to inform whether births or deaths. The following acts are:_Municipal Act.The Towns Act.The Villages Act.The City of Rangoon Municipal Act.Myanmar Villages Head Manual Act.The Development Affairs Act.The Child Law. ( Modified in 2007)
11 System process DOH CSO Birth Registration Statistical purpose ImplementationData ManagementDOHCSOBirth RegistrationStatistical purposeBirth CertificateDINRGADFor NRC & other administration purposeBirth RegistrationIf the BR system well link with NRC then, the effectiveness of BR will be automatically occur.
12 Eight kinds of forms to be used in MVRS Two Vital forms (CSO for Statistics)Birth Information form (Live-birth/Still-birth)Death Information form (Cause of death included)Two Register Books (For DOH)Birth RegisterDeath RegisterFour Certificates (For informant)Birth CertificateStill-birth CertificateDeath CertificateBurial Certificate (included for still-birth)
13 vital registration forms Sr.Type of formParticularsRemarks1V.R. Form 101 (includes still-birth)Birth Information Form(For CSO)2V.R. Form 201(includes Medical Certificate of Cause of Death)Death Information Form3V.R. Form 102 (includes still-birth)Birth Register(For DOH)4V.R. Form 202Death Register5V.R. Form 103Birth Certificate(For informant)6V.R. Form 153Still-birth Certificate7V.R. Form 203Death Certificate8V.R. Form 204 (includes still-birth)Burial Certificate for Death
14 Vital Statistics Report (2010) Reporting UnitsUrban townsRural townshipsAlthough the VRS is 100% coverage in the whole country, the under reporting and non-reporting is still existence in urban and rural as well as birth and death.More complete in urban than rural.14
15 How to Improve for Quality Assessment, Assurance and Reporting VRS Systematic assessment and strategic planningAssigning focal personCapacity BuildingMechanism for Supply Management and Storage:Regular monitoring , supervision & feedback;Development of comprehensive VRS Manual:Community awareness raising including value of BC such as linking with NRC, etc.Validity, quality and utilization to be strengthened
16 How to Improve for Quality Assessment, Assurance and Reporting VRS law enforcementReview/revise and establish new laws accordinglyAwareness raisingTraining for BHS and VHW on value system of MVRS;Advocacy (at all level)- including GAD and local authorities,Development of additional IEC materials, engaging media TV spots, Radio, Newspaper, JournalsMedia provide an important channel to deliver information and advocacy messagesMVRS WeeksSupervision, monitoring and feedback, Evaluation
17 How to Improve for Quality Assessment, Assurance and Reporting VRS Public Information - Importance of BR ( Issurance, School enrolment, Access to health campaigns, Child protection)Media BriefingMedia field visitPress ReleasesVideosPhoto essayAttraction by Actors / Actress / Higher Authorities