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The Programme addresses key DRR priorities, which were identified by local authorities and various stakeholders in the sectors of protection and rescue, education, social and child protection, health and agriculture. (...) Outcome 2:   Citizens in the target locations, particularly the most vulnerable groups, have become more resilient to disasters. Results 10 local DRR platforms are established, bringing together 139 representatives of relevant sectors/institutions (civil protection, agriculture, education, social and child protection and health). (...) Global Package on Interpersonal Communication on Immunization was adjusted to the local context and training of trainers was conducted for pediatricians and epidemiologists.   71 health professionals improved their knowledge, awareness, accountability, and capacities in identified priority health care functions required before, during and after emergencies in selected municipalities, covering 10 primary health care centers providing quality breastfeeding support to mothers/families.
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Score: 659965.9 - https://www.undp.org/bosnia-herzegovina/projects/drr-project
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Facilitate that the local governments and health workers understand the basic health package, standards and treatment guidelines and ensure they are easily available (e.g. webportal). Build capacity in public health and health administration to strengthen health systems to deliver the basic health package at provincial and local government level. Monitor, document and analyse the implementation of the basic health package and the quality of care under 753 local governments.
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Score: 659925.7 - https://www.who.int/nepal/our-...rk/health-system-strengthening
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National policies, strategies and plans must, therefore, be linked to strategic and operational plans at sub-national and local levels. The purpose of strategic national health planning is different from that of health planning at the local level. (...) Health planning at the local level describes how all available resources are best used to operate the local health system. (...) The extent of the linkage depends on the level of detail in the national strategic plan and the degree of decentralized autonomy at other levels. Broad national health strategies and goals need to be ‘translated’ by local health authorities into appropriate approaches and feasible operational health plans and targets, based on local circumstances.
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Score: 659361.67 - https://www.who.int/nationalpo...cies/processes/operational/en/
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The RTIOR method is designed to capture local knowledge and experience by making health care teams active partners in the refi nement and improvement of health care processes. (...) The health care system’s goal is to adapt the guideline for use in its local setting. 3. (...) For example, depending on local resources, a team in a local health centre might include a physician (if there is one), a nurse, a community health worker, and an HIV-positive patient.
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Score: 659358.06 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/scale_up.pdf
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The project aims to improve the health of mothers and newborns in 10 local government units (LGUs) in Davao Region. (...) “The initiative supports the health stewardship role of the local chief executives, the local health boards (LHBs), and the DOH Regional Office in Davao which works to provide technical assistance and support to LGUs responsible for service delivery." (...) The project launch was attended also by Commission on Population Executive Director Dr Juan Antonio Perez, local government officials, WHO, KOICA and DOH staff, as well as other health and population workers in Davao Region.
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Score: 659320.6 - https://www.who.int/philippine...s-and-newborns-in-davao-region
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Project: Improvement of local self- government units capacity for collection and analysis of citizens and business initiatives Creation of the Rule book on rights and procedures of reception and solution of citizens’ and business complaints to the services related to 12/2019 LSGU REDASP * * * 10 Article 9 and 10 of the Protocol on Water and Health - Raising public awareness, education, trainings, research and development, and informing; informing the public Building partnership with local self-governments and strengthening public and relevant institution/organisation participation on local level in the implementation of Protocol. (...) Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF HEALTH 23 water and sanitation and propose improvement to the municipal decisions Adoption of revised/improved municipal decisions by the Assemblies of all Local Self- government Units 12/2020 REDASP LSGU * * Production of analyses of what can be improved within the existing strategic-plan documents that adequately regulate equitable access to the safe drinking water and sanitation 06/2019 REDASP LSGU * * 2.2.2. (...) Project: Production of a Study on the necessary investments for Report with the analysis of condition and proposal of measures 06/2020 REDASP * 13 6.2.b. - Reduction of the extent of epidemics and individual cases of diseases that are related to water Raising awareness in rural environments about the significance of regular control of health safety of drinking water To increase the number of population connected to the centralized systems of water supply in rural environments: Creating Internet portals on web sites of competent state authorities, institutions, and local self-governments in the domain of water and channeling with information on quality of supplied drinking water and other waters relevant for the objectives Raising public awareness, education, trainings, research and development, and informing; Informing the public Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Republic of Serbia MINISTRY OF HEALTH 25 improvement of the state of water supply structures for the establishment of a system controlled by Units of Local Self-government 2.3.3.
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Score: 659311.43 - https://unece.org/DAM/env/wate...an_Serbia__final_Ang_27_02.pdf
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Western Pacific Philippines Home Health topics Our work News Emergencies About us Home / News / Feature stories / Detail / From Geneva to village level: How the Philippines uses global UHC metrics to drive local accountability Department of Health The Department of Health and key health partners during the National Health Sector Meeting held in Cebu City, Philippines. © Credits From Geneva to village level: How the Philippines uses global UHC metrics to drive local accountability 31 January 2019 2018 was a crucial year for public health with the push for universal health coverage (UHC) on World Health Day to help achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the introduction of the World Health Organization’s new ambitious “triple billion” targets . (...) With the local F1 Plus framework on hand and keeping in mind global targets, the DOH and their health partners developed a system of metrics and monitoring and evaluation (M&E) to ensure that the health system is responsive to the needs of the Filipinos. (...) Accountability is an important aspect in the metrics exercise, so the participation of health partners and local government representatives were essential.
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Score: 659023.44 - https://www.who.int/philippine...-to-drive-local-accountability
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The concept was immediately taken aboard by all levels of health management in the country. The Minister of Health, Dr Tsogtsetseg Ayush, notes that the trainings proved to be very timely as practical guidance to the Ministry of Health in drafting the long-term State Policy on Health and local governments in developing their five-year midterm subplans on implementation of the policy. “The practical sessions helped us to draw our actual local health sector plans, leading us to formulate additional policies and actions to reach out to those who are left behind,” said Dr Ch. (...) WHO also commends the commitment of local governments that have shown full support to their departments of health in applying the Leaving No One Behind principle in developing their five-year subplans on SPH implementation and in committing local funds to advance universal health coverage in their respective provinces and districts,” says Dr Soe Nyunt U.
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Score: 658725.5 - https://www.who.int/mongolia/n...lth-policy-and-planning-at-wha
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The concept was immediately taken aboard by all levels of health management in the country. The Minister of Health, Dr Tsogtsetseg Ayush, notes that the trainings proved to be very timely as practical guidance to the Ministry of Health in drafting the long-term State Policy on Health and local governments in developing their five-year midterm subplans on implementation of the policy. “The practical sessions helped us to draw our actual local health sector plans, leading us to formulate additional policies and actions to reach out to those who are left behind,” said Dr Ch. (...) WHO also commends the commitment of local governments that have shown full support to their departments of health in applying the Leaving No One Behind principle in developing their five-year subplans on SPH implementation and in committing local funds to advance universal health coverage in their respective provinces and districts,” says Dr Soe Nyunt U.
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Score: 658725.5 - https://www.who.int/mongolia/n...lth-policy-and-planning-at-wha
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The project focuses in particular on the creation and The project focuses in particular on the creation and enforcement of water protection zones in the Dusheti enforcement of water protection zones in the Dusheti and Marneuli districts with the aim of facilitating the and Marneuli districts with the aim of facilitating the introduction of water safety plans in the small scale introduction of water safety plans in the small scale water supply systems in this region; by bettering water water supply systems in this region; by bettering water resource management the health of the local population resource management the health of the local population will be improvedwill be improved. . (...) Training programmes introducing the WSPs aimed at the national professionals from the environment and health national professionals from the environment and health sector, local authorities, and ownerssector, local authorities, and owners--operators of small operators of small scale water supply systems on the importance of scale water supply systems on the importance of reducing the environmental impact of activities situated reducing the environmental impact of activities situated inside a water protection zone for the safeguarding of inside a water protection zone for the safeguarding of resource water quality.resource water quality. (...) Training workshop for local authoritiesTraining workshop for local authorities 5.5.
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Score: 658680.1 - https://unece.org/fileadmin/DA...s/Georgia_project_proposal.pdf
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