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Livewell initiative lwi community health improvement plan

LIVEWELL INITIATIVE LWI Community Health Improvement Plan

To improve ‘Birthing’ Attendance at Amuwo Odofin Local Government Health Centre and thus reduce maternal mortality significantly


Livewell initiative lwi community health improvement plan

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Promoting wellness

…promoting wellness

…preventing ill health

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Livewell initiative lwi who we are

LiveWell Initiative LWI: Who We Are

  • Location: Lagos, Nigeria

  • Mission Statement: To improve the health status of the people through wellness promotion and health-empowerment and thereby positively influence their health-seeking behaviour.

  • LWI is a health promotion and empowerment non-governmental organization which has outreached over 1.5 million Nigerians and over 3000 Ghanaians with free health empowerment and free health services

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Livewell initiative lwi what we do

LiveWell Initiative LWI :What We Do

  • Community / Population Served

    Nigerians, West Africans and The World

  • Services Provided: Our areas of specialties amongst many include:

    - Training

    - MNCH

    - NCDs

    - Gender Health

    - Improved healthcare access to informal

    - Hepatitis in Africa. 

  • Community level, State level, National level .....Globalisation in 2017

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Gap analysis mnch

Unmet Client Needs & Opportunities

Gap Analysis MNCH

Client Needs Being Met

Immunization (NIDs)

Antenatal and Postnatal care

Nutrition Counselling

Mobile Healthcare mhealth

‘Birthing’ Empathy

Client Engagement at the grassroot level

Healthcare Access

Non-Availability of Medicines & Consumables

Poor Hygiene and lack of access to potable Water

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Livewell initiative lwi community health improvement plan

Amuwo Odofin, with a population of 1.5m, is one of the 57 Local Government Councils that make up Lagos State , which was created out of the old Amuwo Odofin Local Government on 27 th October, 2003.

Amuwo-Odofin Local Govt Area

LAGOS STATE

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http://nationalmirroronline.net/new/lagos-moves-to-check-maternal-child-mortality-rate/


Livewell initiative lwi community health improvement plan

The women of Amuwo-Odofin

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Chip project selection

CHIP Project Selection

  • Summary of Project:

    To improve attendance at the Birthing Centre at Amuwo Odofin Local Government Area and thus reduce maternal mortality significantly

  • Critical Issues the Project Addresses:

    • ‘Birthing’ attendance at the Health Centre

    • High maternal mortality rates

  • How does your organization fit in?

    • Educate and sensitize the women

    • Motivate and incentivise the Community

  • Why is this project an opportunity for you?

    • Will allow LWI to pave the way to greater healthcare access for the women

    • Help reduce maternal mortality

    • Both in line with our Mission Statement

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The chip

The CHIP

  • Goal: To improve ‘Birthing’ attendance at AmuwoOdofin Health Centre and thus reduce maternal mortality significantly at the Local Government Area. 

  • Process Objective:

    • The process objective is to improve perception of Health Centre workers by the Community to 70% by June 2013

    • To enlist Community buy-in measured by endorsement

    • To train at least 20 Community Members as 'birthing centre advocates' by Dec 2013

  • Outcome Objective: The outcome objective is to improve the number of births at the health centre to 40% by June 2014 from the current baseline of 10%.

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Stakeholder analysis

Stakeholder Analysis

  • Key Individuals from whom we will seek approval, support, etc. for the project.

    • Board of Directors? No; as CEO I represent the board

    • Donors / Partners? Yes (if available)

    • Who is most powerful? The Women, The Community, and The Government Officials

    • Who is most interested in the project? The Intergovernmental Organisations and Project Funders; also, the Politicians and possibly Government

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Project risks

Project Risks

  • List Risks, Issues or Challenges you may face when implementing the CHIP.

    Funding, Safety Challenges, Acceptability

  • How will you mitigate these risks?

    – Open Communication Channels

    - Stakeholder Engagement

  • Advocacy

  • Community Healthcare Motivational Incentives

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Action plan

Action Plan

  • Action Steps

    • Proposal writing, Stakeholder Sensitization, Advocacy, Human Logistics Planning (Oct 2013)

    • Train 10 New LWI Officers (Oct 2013 – Nov 2013)

    • TrainHealthcare workers (Nov 2013)

    • Community Health Outreach (Nov 2013)

    • Advocacy, Enlightenment of Community KOL’s (Dec 2013)

    • Raise N5m in New Funding (Oct – Dec, 2013)

    • Training of community based ‘birthing centre advocates’ (Jan 2013)

    • Evaluation /Monitoring) Oct 2013 -Jun 2014

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Monitoring evaluation plan

Monitoring & Evaluation Plan

  • What quantitative measures/metrics do you have in place?

    • Process & Outcome Objective Metrics: Enlist Community ‘buy-in’ and, Increase the number of births at Amuwo Odofin Health Centre to 40% by June 2014 in comparison to the baseline of 10%

    • Baseline Value / Plan to Acquire Baseline: Currently estimated at 10%

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Monitoring evaluation plan1

Monitoring & Evaluation Plan

  • Data Tracking Plan Summary

    • Data to Collect : Number of Births at the Amuwo Odofin Health Centre

    • How to Collect Data: Through LWI Designated Officers

    • How Frequently to Collect, Measure, Report: Baseline at Start, Weekly, Monthly and Quarterly

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Conclusion

Conclusion

Names of Project Team Members: Bisi Bright

Contact Information: CEO, LiveWell Initiative LWI

Plot 5, Yesuf Abiodun Str, Oniru Rd,

Victoria Island, Lagos, Nigeria

+2348033265802

[email protected]

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Thank you

Thank You

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