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VISION
Kaligtasang pang-Kalusuguan sa Kalamidad sa Kamay ng Komunidad (5K)
 
 
MISSION
 To strengthen capacities for disaster risk reduction management for health
 
 
OBJECTIVES
 
  • To strengthen HEMB capacity for more effective and efficient DRRM;
  • To strengthen RO capacity to support LGUs for community resilience building;
  • To scale up hospital capacity to manage health risks of disasters;
  • To build the capacity of LGUs to institutionalize DRRM-H; and
  • To develop capacity of community/family to prepare for, respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters
 
 
PROGRAM COMPONENTS
 
 
 
TARGET POPULATION/CLIENT
 
 
 
AREA OF COVERAGE
 
 
 
PARTNER INSTITUTIONS
 
 
 
 
POLICIES AND LAWS
 
POLICIES, PROTOCOLS, GUIDELINES & PROCEDURES
  • AO168 -“National Policy on Emergencies and Disasters”
  • AO 155 –“Implementing Guidelines for Managing MCI during Emergencies and Disasters”
  • AO 182 –“Code Alert System for DOH Hospitals during Emergencies and Disasters”
  • Dept. Circular FAE –64-A -“HEARS Reporting”
  • AO 2007 –0017 –“Policy on Donations”
  • AO 2007 –0018 –“Policy on Management of the Dead and the Missing Persons during Emergencies and Disasters”
 
 
Ongoing Policies/Guidelines
  •  Nutrition Policy During Emergencies 
   (Memo Circular 2013- 0051 National Nutrition Council)
  • WASH Policy During Emergencies
  • Harmonization of the Code Alert System in the DOH 
   (A.O No. 2008-0024)
  •  HEARS Plus Reporting ( D.M 2015- 0152)
  • Logistics Management During Emergencies 
   (A.O No. 2012-0013)
  • Guidelines on Dispatching
  • Guidelines on Communication 
Organizational Policies
  • Institutionalized HEMS unit in all DOH health facilities directly under the Head of the Office
  • Designated HEMS coordinators, assistant coordinators and response teams
  • Organizational shift during emergencies
  • Emergency Incident Command System(EICS) for Hospitals (HEICS) and Regional Offices (REICS)
 
STRATEGIES, ACTION POINTS, AND TIMELINE
 
 
PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS/STATUS
TRAINING CONDUCTED:
  • Basic Life Support -  1355 trained
  • Community First Responder – 318 trained
  • Health Emergency Preparedness Response- 120 trained
  • Nutrition In Emergencies – 240 trained
  • Emergency Medical Responder- 44 trained
  • Medical First Responder- 316 trained
  • Emergency Medical Technician-150 trained
  • Water and Sanitation Hygiene in Emergencies- 150
  • Mental Health and Psychological Support Services-  162
  • Safe Hospital During in Emergency – 100
  • Health Emergency Response Operation- 50
  • Public Health Emergency for Managers for Asia Pacific- 150
  • Surveillance in Post Extreme Emergencies and Disasters- 300
 
Municipalities/ City number of trained personnel:
  1. Alicia – 65               
  2. Bacungan – 65
  3. Isabela R9- 53
  4. Diplahan – 145
  5. Dipolog- 96
  6. Ipil- 158
  7. Lapuyan- 52
  8. Leon Postigo- 21
  9. Liloy- 23
  10. Margosatubig- 52
  11.  Molave- 38
  12. Pagadian- 118
  13. Payao- 13
  14. Siocon- 38
  15. Rt. Lim- 39
  16. Siay- 45
  17. Sindangan- 88
  18. Tungawan- 158
  19. Zamboanga- 733
 
 
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