138th Annual APHA Conference November 8, 2010 Title Page Health For All Women NOW: Achieving Women’s Health GoalsElvira Beracochea, MD. MPH.email@example.com www.midego.com
DisclosuresI am president and CEO of MIDEGO, aconsulting company dedicated to helpachieve the MDGs through personaland organizational developmentprograms and tools.I believe we must achieve MDG 5. Iwork to make it a must.
Objectives1. Discuss ways of reaching global goals2. Discuss ways of working at global scale3. Describe the Health for All WomenNOW approach4. Describe how online technicalassistance works
Health is a Human Right• UDHR, 1948• Right to Development, 1986• ICDP Cairo, 1994 and Cairo +5 +15• Beijing Conference on Women, 1995• Millennium Declaration, 2000• Paris Declaration, 2005
What is a Goal?“A goal is a dream withdeadline.” Napoleon HillCREATE URGENCY! The deadline isNOW !
Working at Global ScaleCoordination and Communication•500,000 women die of preventablepregnancy and delivery complications– Could 1000 NGOs prevent 500 deaths each?
HFAWN Principles and Questions1. Quality Am I providing quality services?2. Efficiency Am I using resources efficiently?3. Consistency Am I performing consistently every day?
The HFAWN Approach: ASK! Health for All Women NOW!1.Focus on your Personal Mission2.Define your Goals3.Set Daily Success Targets4.Use a Checklist to Meet Targets consistently5.Provide Action Oriented Training6.Start NOW! Take Baby Steps to GET STARTEDand Stay Motivated Evert Day7.Visualize Clear Success Milestones
Goal Scorecard - ZambiaMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand quarter quarter responsibleCount forEach reportingGoal this score?Number of girls 0 1,397 girls FeliciareachedNumber of girls 0 676 girls Feliciareportedhavingreceivedservices athealthfacilities:
Goal Scorecard – MyanmarMeasure Score last Score this Action Who isand month month responsibleCount for reportingEach this score?GoalNumber of 2 2 Local leaders willmeetings with help identify peerlocal leaders educatorsNumber of peer 5 8educatorsidentifiedNumber of peer 5 - Trainer was oneducators trained leaveNumber of 100 25 Needmothers transportation tosupported remaining villages
The HFAWN Approach: Recommendations1. Advocate for women’s right to health2. Women’s health is everyone’s job3. Start NOW4. Stay focused5. Measure your progress6. Advocate for MDG57. Coach everyone to improve women’s health care