2 – 4 April 2014

OVERVIEW
Sue Paget – Programme Director
CONTENT

• Overview of RFHA AND RFHD Programme
• Structures
• Roles and Responsibilities: RFHA, Rotary and Department of
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WHAT IS ROTARY?

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Largest volunteer Service Organisation in the World

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1.2 Million Members Worldwide

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34 000 Clubs...
WHAT IS RFHA?

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RFHA: ROTARIANS FOR FAMILY HEALTH AND AIDS PREVENTION

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Rotary Action Group recognized by Rotary Int...
OVERVIEW

RFHA VISION:
Saving and improving 5 million lives by 2020
RFHA MISSION:
To save and improve the lives of childre...
WHAT ARE RFHD’S?
ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS
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Initiated by Rotary in Uganda
3 day Programme that runs delivers he...
ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS
ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF RFHA
WITHIN THE PROGRAMME MODEL
• Obtain all partnerships and funding sources
• Lynchpin partne...
OVERVIEW

BUILDING ON FROM THE 2013 HEALTH DAYS:
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Three day programme: 9 – 11, May 2013
160 sites in 9 Provinc...
2014
ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS 2014
• Dates: 2nd – 4th April 2014 – over three days
• Where: 9 South African Provinces
• T...
NATIONAL RFHD PROGRAMME STRUCTURE INCLUDING 3 ROTARY DISTRICTS
RFHA
Marion Bunch
Programme Director
Sue Paget
RFHA Media L...
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF
ROTARY
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Establish Rotary structures for RFHD’s in each District
Identify ...
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
SERVICES
HCT CAMPAIGN:
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HIV counselling, testing and referral
HYPERTENSION testing and refe...
RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOH AND ROTARY

NATIONAL
Department of Health

RFHA Programme
Director
PLANNING
STEERING
COMMITTEE
DO...
THANK YOU!

2 – 4 APRIL, 2014
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Rotary Family Health Days, now in its fourth year, and organized by Rotarians for Family Health and AIDS Prevention (RFHA), is a program, initially developed to address the critical issue of HIV/AIDS in Africa, but including a wide range of other free health care services. This year, we will include polio and measles immunizations, dental and eye clinics, family counseling and screening for HIV, diabetes and hypertension, breast cancer, and cervical cancer. The RFHD will take place over three days at over 160 sites across South Africa on 2 to 4 April 2014.

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Overview of #RFHD 2014

  1. 1. 2 – 4 April 2014 OVERVIEW Sue Paget – Programme Director
  2. 2. CONTENT • Overview of RFHA AND RFHD Programme • Structures • Roles and Responsibilities: RFHA, Rotary and Department of Health
  3. 3. WHAT IS ROTARY? • Largest volunteer Service Organisation in the World • 1.2 Million Members Worldwide • 34 000 Clubs in 200 Countries • Motto is “Service Above Self” • Only NGO that has Permanent Representation in the United Nations • Status A1 Partner with UNICEF and UN
  4. 4. WHAT IS RFHA? • RFHA: ROTARIANS FOR FAMILY HEALTH AND AIDS PREVENTION • • Rotary Action Group recognized by Rotary International Formed in 2004 by Marion Bunch
  5. 5. OVERVIEW RFHA VISION: Saving and improving 5 million lives by 2020 RFHA MISSION: To save and improve the lives of children and families who lack access to preventive health care and education through the mobilization of Rotarians and global partners
  6. 6. WHAT ARE RFHD’S? ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS • • • • • Initiated by Rotary in Uganda 3 day Programme that runs delivers health services to disadvantaged communities through an effective partnership model Driven by RFHA and Rotary Clubs in South Africa at 160 sites in all 9 provinces in conjunction with partners Nigeria, Uganda, Ghana, Lesotho, Swaziland, South Africa Pan African with planned expansion into India, Sri Lanka and South America o CALL TO ACTION: TO FULFIL A COMMON PURPOSE AND GOAL FOR ALL ROTARIANS
  7. 7. ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS
  8. 8. ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITY OF RFHA WITHIN THE PROGRAMME MODEL • Obtain all partnerships and funding sources • Lynchpin partner • Develop, activate, execute and monitor plans, communications, media, training and roll out: – National Department of Health – national, provincial and district levels – 3 Rotary Districts – 3 Steering Committees, 225 clubs nationally, 5 000 Rotary volunteers to activate 181 sites – PEPFAR/USG Agencies and implementing partner NGOs – Coca Cola Business Unit South Africa and The Coca Cola Africa Foundation – 4 Coca Cola Bottlers – Media Houses – National Broadcaster SABC, Caxton, YFM, ETV, Primedia, Sunday Times, Media 24 News, Independent Group Cape Community Newspapers – Development of new local partners
  9. 9. OVERVIEW BUILDING ON FROM THE 2013 HEALTH DAYS: • • • • • • Three day programme: 9 – 11, May 2013 160 sites in 9 Provinces across South Africa 68 000 disadvantaged clients through sites 250 000 health interventions 225 Rotary clubs with 5 000 Rotarians and volunteers Launch site: Zandspruit, Johannesburg with Minister Motsoaledi and dignitaries
  10. 10. 2014 ROTARY FAMILY HEALTH DAYS 2014 • Dates: 2nd – 4th April 2014 – over three days • Where: 9 South African Provinces • Target: 80 000 clients through sites (2013 – 65 000 people went through out sites) • Sites nationally: 160 (2013 - 160 sites)
  11. 11. NATIONAL RFHD PROGRAMME STRUCTURE INCLUDING 3 ROTARY DISTRICTS RFHA Marion Bunch Programme Director Sue Paget RFHA Media Liaison Annemarie Mostert DOH DOH Province DOH District CDC USAID COCA COLA/ TCCAF LOCAL PARTNERS SABC CAXTON RI MEDIA REP SA 3 ROTARY STEERING COMMITTEE3 AG’S REGION REPS Bottlers SITE Clubs PARTNER media coordinato rs
  12. 12. ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF ROTARY • • • • • • • • • Establish Rotary structures for RFHD’s in each District Identify with DoH all 160 sites in 9 provinces in South Africa Engage with DoH , PEPFAR/USG partners at Provincial and District level Develop a media campaign for social mobilization and partner exposure Build and manage the sites Determine add on services at the sites Distribute data collection forms for each site Train Rotary Club members on everything Identify a launch/close site with the DoH
  13. 13. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SERVICES HCT CAMPAIGN: • • • • • HIV counselling, testing and referral HYPERTENSION testing and referral DIABETES screening and referral TB Symptomatic screening and referral Distribution of condoms NUTRITION AND LIFESTYLE: • Deworming • Dispensing of Vitamin A tablets EPI: • • Polio drops Measles vaccinations ROTARY ADD ON SERVICES EXAMPLES: • • • • Optometry Chiropractor Dentistry Cervical Cancer and Breast cancer screening
  14. 14. RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DOH AND ROTARY NATIONAL Department of Health RFHA Programme Director PLANNING STEERING COMMITTEE DOH CDC USAID RFFA COCA COLA PROVINCIAL Managers Department of Health Rotary District Steering Committee Representative PLANNING DOCUMENT DISTRICT Department of Health and Partners (CDC/USAID) 2 0 Rotary Clubs and Designated Site Champion SITE
  15. 15. THANK YOU! 2 – 4 APRIL, 2014
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