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DESCRIPTION:
 
 
VISION
  Well-informed, empowered, responsible and healthy adolescents who are leaders in society
 
 
MISSION
 Ensure that all adolescents have access to quality comprehensive health care and services in an adolescent-friendly environment
 
 
 OBJECTIVES
  • To improve the health status of the adolescents
  • To enable them to fully enjoy their right to health

 

PROGRAM COMPONENTS

AHDP

 

TARGET POPULATION/CLIENT
 
10 – 19 years old

 

AREA OF COVERAGE
 
ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA

 

PARTNER INSTITUTIONS

AHDP 2

 

POLICIES AND LAWS
International Laws
  • UN Convention on the Rights of Children
  • UN Convention the Action for the Promotion and Protection of the health of adolescents
  • Convention on the Elimination of all forms of discrimination against women
  • 1994 International Conference on Population and Development
  • 1995 Fourth World Conference on Women
  • World Programme of Action for Youth 2000
  • MDG Goals:
  • Goal 2: Achieve Universal Primary Education 
  • Goal 3: Promote Gender Equality
  • Goal 4:  Reduce Child Mortality
  • Goal 5:  Improve Maternal Health
  • Goal 6: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and other diseases
National Laws and Policies
  • National Objectives for Health
  • Fourmula One for Health
  • Adolescent and Youth Health Policy (AYH)
  • Adolescent and Youth Health and Development Program
  • National Directional Plan for reaching the Unreached Youth Population
  • Reproductive Health Program AO#1 s1998
  • Local Government Code

 

 
STRATEGIES, ACTION POINTS, AND TIMELINE
 
AHDP 3
 
 
PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS/STATUS
 
2015 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 
Trainings Conducted
  • Adolescent Health and Development Program /Adolescent Job Aid (AJA) Training - 3 batches
  • Peer Educator's Training for Out-of-School Youth -  3 batches
  • Peer Educator's Training for In-School Youth - 2 batches
  • Training on Creating Connection among Young Adolescents and Community Leaders – 2 batches
  • Counsellors Training for Guidance Counsellors & School Nurses – 1 batch
  • Reproductive Health and Rights among Adolescent - 3 Batches
  • Consultative Meeting & Planning Workshop
  • Teen Pregnancy Summit - 4 Batches
  • 14Total number of trainings, 1 Consultative Meeting, 4 Teen Pregnancy Summit conducted
  • 505 Total Number of human resources trained, 50 Participants attended on the Consultative Meeting and 430 Participants attended on the Teen Pregnancy Summit
  • 7,000 pcs of IEC Materials actually distributed/provided
Activities for 2016
  • Consultative Meeting and Workshop of Program Coordinators / MHOs/DMOs/concerned agencies.
  • Training of Health Workers from DOH-retained hospitals & RHUs on '"Competency Training on Adolescent Health for Health Service Providers"
  • Training on Creating Connection: Life Skills Training for among Young Adolescents and Guidance Counsellors
  • Adolescent Job Aid Training for Guidance Counsellors & School Nurses 
 
 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES
 
AHDP Consultative Meeting (x 2)
ADEPT among Healthcare Providers (3 batches)
ADEPT among School Nurses
ADEPT among Hospital Nurses
ADEPT plus HIV 101 among MAPEH Teachers
Healthy Young Ones Fliptarp Training among Healthcare Providers (3 batches)
Healthy Young Ones Fliptarp Training among School Nurses (3 batches)
Competency Training on Adolescent Job-Aide among Healthcare Providers
AHDP Monitoring & Evaluation
 
 
STATISTICS
 
 TEEN PREGNANCY
 AHDP 4
 
 
PROGRAM MANAGER CONTACT INFORMATION
 
MAE U. ORABE – 0977 3174403
 
 
DATE LAST UPDATED:
  
September 18, 2017