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Making the right to health a reality to Indigenous People in Brazil

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This presentation was given by Vera Schattan Coelho (CEBRAP) and Alex Shankland (Institute of Development Studies) at a Future Health Systems Consortium event at the Global Symposium on Health Systems …

This presentation was given by Vera Schattan Coelho (CEBRAP) and Alex Shankland (Institute of Development Studies) at a Future Health Systems Consortium event at the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research, November, 2010.

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  • Segundo o Data-SUS a média nacional de consultas básicas por habitante/ano subiu de 2,21 em 1995 para 2,59 em 2008.

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  • 1. First Global Symposium on Health Systems Research Montreux November, 2010 Making the right to health a reality to Indigenous People in Brazil Innovation cycles, quality and equity Vera Schattan Coelho - CEBRAP Alex Shankland - Institute of Development Studies
  • 2. The Brazilian Public Health System: A large scale change
          • “ Health is the right of all and its provision is the duty of the state” (1988 Constitution, article 196)
    Population Covered by FHP 1994 -2010 Infant Mortality Rate (per 1000 births) 1990 - 2007 47.1 (1990) 19.3 (2007) 1.1 million (1994) 96.1 million (2009) Source: SIAB / SCNES Source: MS
  • 3. A cycle of innovation: lessons learnt
    • PSF, HIV-AIDS
    • Partnerships for implementation
    • Contracts, clear division of labour
    • Councils and Conferences
  • 4. New challenges: focus shifting to equity and quality Infant Mortality Rate (per 1000 live births) among different ethnic groups in Brazil Source: IBGE, Censo 2000
  • 5. How to reach the ‘ hard to reach ’?
    • MoH resistance to ‘target’/differentiate services
    • - Why deviate from established practice in the case of well
    • adapted urban Afro-descents?
    • - Why create a subsystem for 700 thousand Indigenous in
    • a country of 190 million?
    • Indigenous Health Subsystem as centre of experimentation for restarting innovation in the SUS in pursuit of quality and equity?
    • Mobilization of Afro-Brazilians, Indigenous, Quilombolas and the creation of special programs
  • 6. A radical experience: universalization and difference
    • 1999, creation of the Indigenous Subsystem
    Amazonas: 7 DSEIs DSEI South Coast : 5 states
    • Decentralisation & outsourcing to a mix of providers (mainly NGO)
    • 34 Indigenous Health Districts; 5.561 municipalities
  • 7. Source: MS/SVS and DSEI/COMOA/DESAI Opportunities for improvement and institutional challenges TB Incidence Rate (per 10.000 hab.) Among Indigenous peoples Indigenous IMR (per 1000 live births) Source:DESAI/ SIASI
    • Uneven health gains, management problems, centralization and blueprint approach
    • Per capita spending is 5.6 times higher than the Brazilian PHC average
    Indigenous Health Resources (in millions R$) Source:CGPAS/DESAL/DOU, ASTEC/CGASI/DESAI/FUNASA
  • 8. A learning approach to restart innovation in indigenous health care
    • IDS, SSL and Cebrap formed a consortium, a learning process rather than prescription
    • Regional workshops with several hundred participants stimulating horizontal exchange for shared reflection and innovation spread
    • October 2010: Presidential decree creates a new Special Secretariat of Indigenous Health (SESAI)
  • 9. An opportunity for restarting the cycle: innovation and institutional alignment Social oversight : accountability + flows of information Partnership : MoH + states +district + municipalities + NGOs + communities Authority and Autonomy : clear responsibilities (health care + administrative) and degrees of autonomy
  • 10. Thank you ! veraspc@uol.com.br [email_address]