DESCRIPTION
  • Aim to reduce the alarming morbidity and mortality from Lifestyle Related Diseases (Cancer, CVD, DM & CRD) and its complications, through the Centers for Health Development (CHDs) or Regional Offices, and to develop a comprehensive approach and strategy to increase awareness, information and continuing education of health personnel, high-risk individuals and patients.
  • The program utilizes early detection through risk assessment and screening at the primary, secondary, and tertiary levels of health care with the appropriate medical/therapeutic management.
 
VISION 
 
 
MISSION
 
 
OBJECTIVES
  1. To develop and promote an integrated and comprehensive program on th eprevention and control of lifestyle-related diseases in the country. 
  2. To engage all province-wide or city-wide health systems to adopt an integrated and comprehensive program on the prevention and control of lifestyle -related diseases. 
  3. To achieve improvement in the following KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS
 
Common Risk Factor 
  1. Reduction in prevalence of current smoking among adult males
  2. Reduction in prevalence of current smoking among adolescent females
  3. Reduction in prevalence of adults with high physical inactivity
  4. Increase in per capita total vegetable
 
Intermediate Risk Factors 
  1. Reduction in prevalence of hypertension among adult males
  2. Reduction in prevalence of adults with high fastingblood sugar
  3. Reduction in prevalence of central obesity (high waist circumference) among adult females
  4. Reduction in prevalence of high total serum cholesterol among adults
 
Disease Control 
  1. Reduction in mortality from noncommunicable diseases at 2% per year through the MDG max inititative
 
 
PROGRAM COMPONENTS
  1. Advocacy and Health Promotion
  2. Capacity Building
  3. Health systems strengthening
  4. Health care financing
  5. Network building and collaboration
  6. Policy development and regulation
  7. Research, surveillance, monitoring and evaluation (M&E)
 
 
TARGET POPULATION/CLIENT
All units and instrumentalities including attached agencies of the DOH and Local Government Units (LGUs). It also applies to non-government organizations, professional organizations, private sectos, an other relevant partners in the health sectors.
 
 
AREA OF COVERAGE
Zamboanga Peninsula
 
 
PARTNER INSTITUTIONS
LGUs, NGOs, NGAs, Professional Organizations and Private Sectors
 
 
POLICIES AND LAWS
 
  • AO No. 2011-0003 or The National policy on Strengthening the Prevention and Control of Chronic Lifestyle Related Non-Communicable Diseases
  • AO No. 2012-0029 or The Implementing Guidelines on the Institutionalization of Philippine Package of Essential NCD Interventions (PhilPEN) on the Integrated Management of Hypertension and Diabetes for Primary Health Care Facilities
  • AO No. 2013 – 0005 or The National Policy on the Unified Registry Systems of the Department of Health (Chronic Non-communicable Diseases, Injury Related Cases, Persons with Disabilities, and Violence Against Women and Children Registry Systems)
  • AO 2016 – 0014 - Implementing Guidelines on the Organization of Health Clubs for Patients with Hypertension and Diabetes in Health Facilities
 
 
STRATEGIES, ACTION POINTS, AND TIMELINE
  • Develop a regional program and plan of action on prevention and control of lifestyle-related diseases, advocate and provide template for the integration of the said program and plan into the annual health action plans of local government  units and other partners.
  • Strengthen health systems
  • Collaborate with local government units, private sectors, and other partners.
  • Engage in health promotion and advocacy initiatives
  • Ensure the inclusion of lifestyle-related diseases in the unified health research agenda
  • Stregthen surveillance, monitoring and evaluation systems for lifestyle-related dieases and their determinants
  • Advocate for the establishment and strengthening of regualtory mechanisms
  
 
PROGRAM ACCOMPLISHMENTS/STATUS
 
Status of Training on Philippine Package of Essential Noncommunicable Disease Interventions
Province/City
Trained
Untrained
Zamboanga Sibugay
15 Municipalities;
15 MHOs
10 Nurses
1 Midwife
3 IPHOss
2 PDOHOs
1 MHO or Nurse (Talusan)
Zamboanga del Norte
25 Municipalities
2 Cities;
22 MHOs
32 Nurses
2 Midwives
3 Admin
4 IPHOs
8 PDOHOs
5 municipalities (Jose Dalman, Manuel Roxas, Baliguian, Godod, and Sirawai - All MHOs were trained but already resigned)
Zamboanga del Sur
26 Municipalities
1 City;
18 MHOs
30 Nurses
3 Midwives
3 Pharmacists
1 SI
2 IPHOs
6 PDOHOs
3 Municipalities and 1 City (Aurora, Mahayag, Pagadian, and Ramon Magsaysay – All invited but failed to attend)
3 Municipalities ( Dinas, Pitogo and Tigbao – All MHOs were trained but already resigned)
Zamboanga City
13 MHCs
3 CHOs;
15 Nurses
3 MHCs (Sta. Maria, Canelar and Calarian)
Isabela City
3  CHOs
Nurses
Midwives
NDPs
All RHU Staff were Trained 2017 of September
Others
WESMINCOM
Mahayag Municipal Hospital
DO Regional Office IX
2 Nurses
2 MOs
2 Pharmacist
-
 
 
Status of Training on Visual Inspection of the Cervix using Acetic Acid Wash
Province/City
Trained
Untrained
Zamboanga Sibugay
15 Municipalities (15 MHOs, 1 Midwife)
1 Municipality (Malangas)
Zamboanga del Norte
19 Municipalities
1 City;
12 MHOs, 2 Nurses, 11 Midwives
6 Municipalities, 1 City (Dapitan, Jose Dalman, Katipunan, Baliguian, Kalawit, Sibuco and Sirawai)
Zamboanga del Sur
18 Municipalities
7 Municpalities, 1 City;
(Josefina, Molave, Pagadian, Dumalinao, Pitogo, San Miguel, Tabina and Dinas-Mho was trained but already resigned)
Zamboanga City
ZCMC - 23 OB Residents, 1 Nurse & 2 Midwives
5 Retained Hospitals (MCS, Sulu Sanitarium, Labuan, DJMRH, Margosatubig)
CHO - 3 OB-Gyne
-
Isabela City
2 CHOs
-
Others
Mahaya Municipal Hospital
ADZU
1 Medical Officer
1 Medical Student
-
 
 
CALENDAR OF ACTIVITIES
  • 3rd week of January - National Cancer Consciousness Week
  • February - Heart Month
  • February 4 - World Cancer Day
  • March - Colon and Rectal Cancer Awareness Month
  • April - Cancer in Children Awareness Month
  • April 7 - World Health Day
  • May - Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
  • May 17 - World Hypertension Day
  • June - Prostate Cancer Awareness Month
  • 4th week of July - National Diabetes Awareness Week
  • August - Lung Cancer Awareness Month
  • September - Obesity Prevention and Awareness Week
  • September 26 - World Heart Day
  • October - Breast Cancer Month
  • November - Cancer Pain Awareness Month
  • November 1-5 - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Awareness Week
  • November 14 - World Diabetes Day
 
 
STATISTICS
 
TOP CAUSES OF DEATHS 
Zamboanga Peninsula, FHSIS, 2016 per 100,000 Pop  
CAUSE
5-YEAR AVE.
2015
%
Increase/ Decrease
(2010-14)
NO.
RATE
NO.
RATE
Myocardial infarction
1337
37.60
1365
36.45
-3.06
Pneumonia
1157
32.51
1192
31.83
-2.11
Cancer, all forms
888
24.97
947
25.29
1.27
Cardiovascular arrest
253
7.11
435
11.61
63.31
Tb, all forms
541
15.20
390
10.41
-31.48
Hypertension
378
10.61
372
9.93
-6.43
Multiple Organ failure
228
6.42
347
9.27
44.40
Cerebrovascular disease
152
4.27
316
8.44
97.79
Congestive heart failure
340
9.57
256
6.84
-28.57
Cerebrovascular accident
290
8.15
250
6.68
-18.12
TOTAL (all causes)
12922
363.25
13087
349.43
-3.80
  
Ten Leading Causes of Morbidity
Zamboanga Peninsula, FHSIS, 2016 per 100,000 Pop
CAUSE
5-YEAR AVE.
2016
%
Increase/ Decrease
(2011-2015)
NO.
RATE
NO.
RATE
AURI/URTI
116,416
3,210.97
50,668
1,328.42
-58.63
Pneumonia
15,584
429.84
33,650
882.24
105.25
Acute Respiratory Infection
62,546
1,725.14
29,373
770.10
-55.36
Hypertension
27,838
767.84
26,657
698.90
-8.98
Influenza
27502
758.55
15,509
406.62
-46.40
Wounds
18,979
523.49
12,350
323.79
-38.15
Urinary Tract Infection
11,555
318.71
8,484
222.43
-30.21
Bronchitis
14555
401.47
8,145
213.55
-46.81
Diarrhea
18,693
515.58
6,439
168.82
-67.26
Skin Diseases
17,528
483.46
6,343
166.30
-65.60
TOTAL(all causes)
407,929
11,251.47
296,047
7,761.79
-31.02
 
 
Prevalence of Hypertension, Hyperglycemia,
Overweight/Obese and Smoking (current smokers)
FNRI – National Nutrition Survey
Risk factors
1998
2003
2008
2013
Hypertension
21.0
22.5
25.3
22.3
Hyperglycemia
3.9
3.4
4.8
5.4
Overweight/ Obesity
20.2
24.0
26.6
31.1
Smoking
32.7
34.8
31.0
25.4
 
  
 
 
PROGRAM MANAGER CONTACT INFORMATION
Contact #: +639271613926     Email Add: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 
 
 
 
DATE LAST UPDATED
September 15, 2017