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DESCRIPTION:
 
VISION 
A Center of Excellence for the Prevention and Control of Environmental  and Occupational Diseases 
 
MISSION
Deliver efficient, effective and relevant programs that would lead to the reduction of environmental and occupational health related diseases, disabilities and deaths through and mitigation of hazards and risks in the environment and workplaces.
 
OBJECTIVES
  • Increase awareness on environmental and occupational health to ensure behavior change as a sustainable way to prevent the onset of environmental  and occupational health diseases
  • Advocate further & influence policy makers at the local level to ensure commitment for  policy support to  budget allocation and program support
  • Upgrade /improve and develop skills and competencies of C/MHOs, RSIs and other Stakeholders for quality performance of environment and occupational health programs.
  • Review the provisions of Sanitation Code and other policies to ensure timely and relevant policy guidance for environmental sanitation related programs and projects as well as for occupational health
  • Strengthen M&E to make an efficient and effective oversight for regulation, feedback, planning, monitoring and evaluation for environmental sanitation and other EOH related programs.
  • Implement and effectively enforce guidelines and standards to ensure quality of EOH programs, initiatives and activities.
 
PROGRAM COMPONENTS
Water Supply Programs:
¡   Water Safety
¡   Local Drinking Water Quality
Environmental Sanitation Programs:
¡  Zero-open Defecation Program (ZODP)
¡  National Septage and Sewage Management Program (NSSMP)
Occupational Health Programs:
¡   Chemical Safety and Toxicology
¡   Industrial Hygiene
¡   Public Health Sector
Special Programs:
¡  Bottom-up Budgeting (water & sanitation projects)
¡  Health Care Waste Management (awaiting for official turn over of program from RLED to LHSD @ the National level)
¡  Climate  Change and Health 
 
TARGET POPULATION/CLIENT
 
 
AREA OF COVERAGE
 
 
PARTNER INSTITUTIONS
 
LGUS: 
¡  Provincial /City /Municipal Health Officers 
¡   PSSI / City / Rural Sanitary Inspectors 
¡   Provincial /City /Municipal HEPOs 
¡   Municipal / City Planning & Development Officers 
¡   Municipal / City Engineers
 
NGOs: 
¡   World Bank 
¡   USAID
 
 UNICEF  
 
 
POLICIES AND LAWS
 
 
 
STRATEGIES, ACTION POINTS, AND TIMELINE
 
 
 
PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS/STATUS 
 
Province / City
Total number of Households
Number of Households with access to Sanitary Toilet
%
Number of households with access to Safe Water
Total
%
Level I
Level II
Level III
      2010
Zamboanga del Norte
148,503
146,853
98.89
47,618
47,755
20,767
115,690
77.84
Zamboanga del Sur
139,384
117,506
84.30
34,283
50,832
39,165
124,280
85.99
Zamboanga Sibugay
96,874
58,207
60.09
24,533
32,828
20,347
77,708
80.22
Dapitan City
14,896
13,015
87.37
1,749
6,210
6,184
14,143
93.60
Dipolog City
23,265
18,928
81.36
10,712
722
11,494
22,928
93.41
Pagadian City
33,092
24,229
73.22
2,974
4,096
25,107
32,177
95.30
Zamboanga City
171,919
117,973
68.62
12,598
23,584
106,486
142,668
95.54
Isabela City
15,884
10,676
67.21
1,959
2,959
7,534
12,452
76.33
       2011
Zamboanga del Norte
148,617
147,716
99.39
51,991
36,190
36,598
124,779
83.96
Zamboanga del Sur
144,521
128,366
88.82
33,389
49,260
43,067
125,716
86.99
Zamboanga Sibugay
96,874
58,207
60.09
24,533
32,828
20,347
77,708
80.22
Dapitan City
15,110
13,316
88.13
1,952
6,729
5,261
13,942
92.27
Dipolog City
24,546
19,702
80.27
10,454
771
12,211
23,436
95.48
Pagadian City
33,765
25,277
74.86
3,063
4,140
25,748
32,951
97.59
Zamboanga City
149,330
108,894
72.92
16,667
20,713
96,644
134,024
89.75
Isabela City
16,313
10,994
67.39
2,080
3,098
7,682
12,860
78.83
 
Province / City
Total number of Households
Number of Households with access to Sanitary Toilet
%
Number of households with access to Safe Water
Total
%
Level I
Level II
Level III
   
      2012
Zamboanga del Norte
154,527
112,242
72.64
54,084
45,807
25,331
125,222
81.04
Zamboanga del Sur
144,719
107,924
74.57
29,431
52,279
41,593
123,303
85.20
Zamboanga Sibugay
110,427
68,338
61.89
31,355
34,299
21,368
87,022
78.81
Dapitan City
15,252
13,326
87.37
1,953
6,740
5,266
13,959
91.52
Dipolog City
25,052
20,522
81.92
10,044
1,065
12,876
23,985
95.74
Pagadian City
29,694
22,344
75.25
2,696
3,491
22,761
28,948
97.49
Zamboanga City
171,919
117,973
68.62
12,598
23,584
106,486
142,668
82.99
Isabela City
16,754
11,324
67.59
2,171
3,195
7,893
13,259
79.14
       2013
Zamboanga del Norte
151,824
114,529
75.44
50,890
41,613
25,096
117,599
77.46
Zamboanga del Sur
145,613
112,108
76.99
31,894
54,676
41,842
128,412
88.19
Zamboanga Sibugay
111,427
72,191
64.79
21,948
32,768
20,751
75,467
67.73
Dapitan City
16,252
14,531
89.41
1,815
3,797
6,263
11,875
73.07
Dipolog City
25,612
21,393
83.53
10,323
1,066
13,480
24,869
97.10
Pagadian City
33,798
26,542
78.53
2,746
3,465
23,335
29,546
87.42
Zamboanga City
146,896
118,089
80.39
13,588
17,828
102,083
133,499
90.88
Isabela City
17,206
11,823
68.71
1,947
3,874
8,379
14,200
82.53
 
Province / City
Total number of Households
Number of Households with access to Sanitary Toilet
%
Number of households with access to Safe Water
Total
%
Level I
Level II
Level III
 
      2014
 
Zamboanga del Norte
153,062
113,688
74.28
52,587
48,475
25,783
126,845
82.87
Zamboanga del Sur
118,731
101,621
85.59
24,356
47,637
33,476
105,469
88.83
Zamboanga Sibugay
104,138
73,477
70.56
18,623
23,926
36,830
79,379
76.22
Dapitan City
12,155
10,815
88.98
2,459
3,355
6,317
12,131
99.80
Dipolog City
26,139
22,009
84.20
9,983
1,171
14,357
25,511
97.60
Pagadian City
29,917
26,416
88.30
2,568
3,286
23,535
29,389
98.24
Zamboanga City
151,767
110,089
72.54
13,588
17,828
102,083
133,499
87.96
Isabela City
18,341
13,101
71.43
1,866
4,571
8,371
14,808
80.74
 
 
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