DHAP and planning
for programme managers
Outline
• Planning – general concepts
• District health planning
• Planning under NRHM
• Next steps
09/01/12 Institute of ...
Activity 1: What is planning?
• Mention examples of planning that you did in
the previous year.
• Based on these examples,...
Planning – what and why?
Planning – “a systematic process of setting goals
and objectives and choosing between alternative...
Recall 1: Public health concepts
• Determinants of health
– Health service delivery
• Demands, need and supply
– Irrationa...
Ideally…
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Activity 2: Steps in planning
Based on your previous year’s
experience, summarise the steps in planning
09/01/12 Institute...
Planning cycle
Where are we now?
Where do we want
to go?
How will we get
there?
How will we know
when we get there?
What n...
Planning – is it only PIP?
• Recall Activity 1
• How frequently should we plan? – Annual
action plan (PIP)? Monthly? Weekl...
Activity 3: Discuss with examples
• Discuss
– Chasing targets vs anticipating
– Daily  Weekly  Monthly = PIP (Need for
m...
Activity 4: Looking back and learning
• Look back at the PIP preparation during the
previous year.
– What were the steps y...
Recall 2: NRHM
• NRHM core strategies*
– Decentralised planning – PMUs, PIPs etc
– Integration of vertical programmes
– Ev...
Recall 3: Indicators
• What are indicators – examples
• Role of indicators in monitoring and review (and
hence planning)
•...
Activity 5: PIP 2012-13
• Look at Chapter 1 of the “Framework for
preparation of Annual PIP 2012-13” of GoI and
use it to ...
Assignment
• Use Activity 5 to identify priority activities for
this year’s PIP. Prioritise indicators for
monitoring (vis...
Further reading
• Framework for preparation of annual PIP of
NRHM 2012-13, GoI
• Tumkur health status report, IPH/SK
09/01...
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District health action plans & Programme implementation plans (PIP) for Block Programme Managers

  1. 1. DHAP and planning for programme managers
  2. 2. Outline • Planning – general concepts • District health planning • Planning under NRHM • Next steps 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 2
  3. 3. Activity 1: What is planning? • Mention examples of planning that you did in the previous year. • Based on these examples, describe in a few sentences – “what is planning”? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 3
  4. 4. Planning – what and why? Planning – “a systematic process of setting goals and objectives and choosing between alternatives to achieve them” And why? - Where are we headed? - Resources are limited - Aligning priorities of individual, organisation and communities 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 4
  5. 5. Recall 1: Public health concepts • Determinants of health – Health service delivery • Demands, need and supply – Irrational demands and felt needs 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 5
  6. 6. Ideally… 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 6
  7. 7. Activity 2: Steps in planning Based on your previous year’s experience, summarise the steps in planning 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 7
  8. 8. Planning cycle Where are we now? Where do we want to go? How will we get there? How will we know when we get there? What new problems do we have? What did we learn? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 8 Situation analysis Priorities, goals and targets Implementation - Indicators Monitoring and evaluation Forward planning
  9. 9. Planning – is it only PIP? • Recall Activity 1 • How frequently should we plan? – Annual action plan (PIP)? Monthly? Weekly? Daily!!!? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 9
  10. 10. Activity 3: Discuss with examples • Discuss – Chasing targets vs anticipating – Daily  Weekly  Monthly = PIP (Need for monitoring and review) – Do our daily, weekly and monthly activities/plans move us closer towards the goals in the annual plan/PIP? – Role of monthly meetings – What is the role of monitoring/reivew/evaluation? How did we do this during the previous year? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 10
  11. 11. Activity 4: Looking back and learning • Look back at the PIP preparation during the previous year. – What were the steps you followed during the previous year – Can you categorise them according to the planning cycle? – What did we do correctly? What went wrong? And how can we avoid the mistakes/problems/obstacles during this year? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 11
  12. 12. Recall 2: NRHM • NRHM core strategies* – Decentralised planning – PMUs, PIPs etc – Integration of vertical programmes – Evidence-based planning, monitoring and supervision by improving data collection, assessment and review * Mission document, NRHM 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 12
  13. 13. Recall 3: Indicators • What are indicators – examples • Role of indicators in monitoring and review (and hence planning) • Choosing indicators – which one to be used and when – Discuss • How did we use them last year? 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 13
  14. 14. Activity 5: PIP 2012-13 • Look at Chapter 1 of the “Framework for preparation of Annual PIP 2012-13” of GoI and use it to do a quick situation analysis of your taluk/district • Now, do an outcome analysis of previous two years using template provided in chapter 2 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 14
  15. 15. Assignment • Use Activity 5 to identify priority activities for this year’s PIP. Prioritise indicators for monitoring (visits) and review (meetings) 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 15
  16. 16. Further reading • Framework for preparation of annual PIP of NRHM 2012-13, GoI • Tumkur health status report, IPH/SK 09/01/12 Institute of Public Health, Bangalore 16

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