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Tello island THV cluster progress (Dec 2013). Reduction in incidence of major diseases in the community. Qualitative. Immunization status. Immunization receptivity -trend. Changes in Education of children. Parental interest in Education of children. Access to safe water.

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Progress with strengthening the Survival strategy - 2011

SSEI=3/12=0.25

Tsunami

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Storm

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Fishing

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Sea Destruction

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Poor Health

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Poor Economic

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Progress with strengthening the Survival strategy - 2012

SSEI=4/12=0.33

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Progress with strengthening the Survival strategy - 2013

SSEI=8/12=0.66

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SSEI-Survival Strategy Empowerment Index

SSEI data

2011 Year-1: 0.25

2012 Year-2: 0.25

2013 Year-3: 0.66

2014 Year-4:

2015 Year-5:

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(Promoting Holistic Health, Preventing Disease and disasters and providing treatment or specific health interventions)

Assessment of progress against main Impact Objectives:

Promoting Holistic well-being:

Many people have succeeded to improve their life quality through improving sustainable livelihood (fishing, agriculture, business, etc), practicing good values (behavior), and preserving the environment. Hundreds of local farmers have been adopting organic farming (mostly have felt comfortable to use animal feces for making organic fertilizer) and some raised their crops yield particularly vegetable. Apart of increased income (higher price of crops), they also could provide more nutritious food (fresh and healthier vegetable) for their family. Some fishermen were benefited by significantly increased income through using appropriate fishing equipment tools like gill nets, fishing–boat engine, ice boxes (fish storage), and raise freshwater fish as an alternative in the stormy season. They also felt proud of their contribution in the sea preservation.

Some microloan recipients have improved and expanded their business with good business practice and appropriate financial management. Most of them wanted to greet the customer (hospitality) and provide good product (service) quality. Many households are healthy after consuming safe drinking water through water filter. Many participants (school aged-children) of Non Formal Education (NFE) have increased their knowledge and shown better character as they were also encouraged and taught on good values in their life (like honesty, respect other, and responsibility). A Cooperative; community-based microfinance model has been legally registered in the District office and run to improve the financial access of the communities.

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(Promoting Holistic Health, Preventing Disease and disasters and providing treatment or specific health interventions)

Assessment of progress against main Impact Objectives:

  • 2. Preventing Disease and Disasters
  • Many local people (particularly women and children) are now more aware of common disease prevention and healthy behavior. They started to adopt healthy behavior in daily life like washing hand, cleaning their house, drinking safe water, consuming more nutritious food (vegetables, fruit) etc. Most of the local women knew and understood about common child disease prevention and minor treatment. They brought their children for immunization at the local health provider. Increased knowledge and awareness of students on personal hygiene and healthy behavior. Mostly students want to wash their hand, brush their teeth, and keep their body cleaned. The health promoters continued to disseminate key health messages particularly disease prevention to the community members. Most of the key persons are able to identify disaster risk and its reduction effort. The communities were facilitated to draw their mitigation plan with participatory approach (Now 15 villages have the mitigation plan). About 34 young people have been selected as the Disaster Preparedness Youth Committee in all villages.
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(Promoting Holistic Health, Preventing Disease and disasters and providing treatment or specific health interventions)

Assessment of progress against main Impact Objectives:

  • 3. Providing treatment or specific health intervention
  • A strategic partnership on TB eradication program has been built between MAP, Puskesmas (Health Center at Sub-district level) and Tello hospital. A written MOU containing a comprehensive effort (identification, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention) was signed and run by those three parties. Some TB-affected people have been identified and treated. About 61 TB patients (plus suspect) received food aid (milk, egg, and green bean) for increasing their nutrition. Some of them have gained more weight and become healthier. After being trained and assisted, about 70% of the local health workers have increased their skills to diagnose and treat the TB disease. Mostly sick people particularly with TB disease wanted to seek appropriate health care to the local health provider.