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Revitalizing Primary Healthcare : Experience of Maldives. Hussain Rasheed : Permanent Secretary Ministry of Gender, Family & Human Rights 13 December 2012 @ International Conference on Health Equity, Jakarta, Indonesia. In this presentation:. Introduction of the Maldivian archipelago

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Revitalizing primary healthcare experience of maldives
Revitalizing Primary Healthcare :Experience of Maldives

Hussain Rasheed : Permanent Secretary

Ministry of Gender, Family & Human Rights

13 December 2012

@ International Conference on Health Equity,

Jakarta, Indonesia


In this presentation
In this presentation:

  • Introduction of the Maldivian archipelago

  • Health System and vital statistics

  • Multi-sectoral collaboration and its impact on health and quality of life

  • Recent changes and developments

  • Conclusion/Recommendations



Health care service delivery system
Health Care Service Delivery System

  • Health centers : primary health care facilities

  • Atoll Hospitals: secondary level, provide emergency obstetric care services

  • Regional hospitals :secondary level referral hospitals

  • Doctors will be posted if the population is above 500.

Health Centers

Atoll Hospital

Regional Hospital

Tertiary Care Hospitals


Vital statistics
Vital Statistics

Source: Vital registration system, MoH

2010 data as of 26 June 2011

CBR & CDR calculated using projected mid year population



Critical success factors for multisectoral collaboration
Critical success factors for multisectoral collaboration

  • Stewardship – leadership and advocacy for PHC from WHO, public health officials

  • Governance – commitment of executives, ministers;

  • Financing – resource allocation, mobilization for health sector investment and support services

  • Skilled human resources – dedicated and motivated healthcare workers


Critical success factors for multisectoral collaboration1
Critical success factors for multisectoral collaboration

  • Technically effective interventions – timely and continuing technical support and guidance from WHO and public health officials

  • Empowerment of other sectors – capacity building of focal points from other sectors

  • Community action – community support and volunteerism

  • Education – a literate population


Recent changes and developments in health sector
Recent Changes and Developments in Health Sector

  • Government Changes in 2008 – Policy changes and new Decentralization Act

  • Less focus on PHC in island and Atolls

  • Now going back to PHC model of past

  • In terms of Reproductive Health : more focus on accessibility

  • Health insurance for all (government pay the premium for all) ID cards are produced to get services


Recent changes and developments in health sector1
Recent Changes and Developments in Health Sector

  • Our Ministry was established on May 2012

  • In disaster situations, we have a mandate to facilitate psycho-social support to victims

  • National Disaster Management Center, MNDF and MoH is the main relief work agency


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