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BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N. Reduce infant & child mortality & morbidity National Programme of Action for Children integrated management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) - implementation and training for local level, community/family growth monitoring and surveillance

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Budget hearings mcwh n
BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N

  • Reduce infant & child mortality & morbidity

  • National Programme of Action for Children

  • integrated management of childhood illnesses (IMCI) - implementation and training for local level, community/family

  • growth monitoring and surveillance

  • health promotion - school health, health promoting schools

  • nutritional support and guidelines for children and infants - breast feeding, substitutes in HIV/AIDS, orphans


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BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N

  • Reduce infant & child mortality & morbidity

  • fortification of foods with micro-nutrients

  • immunization - increasing coverage, improving quality

  • implementation of management guidelines - genetic conditions

  • prevention of substance abuse includes FAS, drugs

  • prevention and management of child abuse and neglect - Road to Health Card

  • implementation of maternal care guidelines


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BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N

  • Reduce infant & child mortality & morbidity

  • prevention & management of genetic conditions

  • prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections

  • community mobilization campaigns and outreach programmes for care of women and children

  • information, education and communication

  • sustainable feeding for children - PSNP


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MCWH & NUTRITION

  • Reduce women’s mortality & morbidity

  • notification of and enquiry into maternal deaths

  • contraception guideline implementation, incl female condom intervention

  • TOP service expansion & strengthening

  • health worker skills audit & capacity building

  • teenage pregnancy & STI prevention

  • male & community participation in RH


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BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N

  • Reduce women’s morbidity & mortality

  • implementation of recommendations of the National Committee on the Confidential Enquiry into Maternal Deaths

  • guidelines implementation: high risk pregnancy states

  • commercial sex work: legislative and health care review

  • cervical cancer screening

  • violence against women: health worker training

  • screening for common conditions

  • implementation of support for the care of HIV positive women


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BUDGET HEARINGS: MCWH & N

  • Promotion of health and nutrition

  • Nutrition

  • EPI

  • Genetic conditions

  • School health and Health Promoting Schools

  • Pregnancy Promotion and Support

  • Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses

  • Child abuse and neglect, incl teenage pregnancy and substance abuse



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MCWH & NUTRITION

  • Human resources for intersectoral collaboration

  • PPAs variable in various provinces

  • Capacity in provinces is variable, with provinces with tertiary institutions being more self-sufficient

  • Deficiency in human, material & financial resources

  • Surveillance officers for stool management in AFP

  • Community mobilization skills limited

  • Lack of senior management support for some programmes

  • Institutional lack of enthusiasm