“Exploring Open Data Boundaries in
Maternal Health & Child Care practices”
July 16, 2013
Center for ICT for Development (C...
It’s more fun in the
Philippines
FACTS
Maternal Health Care
• 11-15 mothers die per day due to
pregnancy-related causes
• Mortality rate for Filipino mothe...
How? Dissecting a Social
Phenomenon
Community-
based
practices in
MHCC
LGU
Practices
Community-
level
Practices
Relevant
C...
Dissecting MHCC Practices in Local
Communities
MHCC
Practices in
Local
Communities
Activities and
Processes
Data Types
& F...
Main Stakeholders in MHCC
Brgy Health
Workers
Patients
and
their
families
Brgy Officials
LGU
Health
Officers
Midwife, RNs,...
MHCC: Community-based Health Assessment (CHA)
Framework
LGU
Functions
Service
Channels
BARANGAY
Lying-in Clinics
Barangay ...
Community& LGU-level MHCC
Service
Evaluation
Targeting &
Service Delivery
Monitoring MHCC Cases
Spot mapping &
surveys
Brg...
Community-level MHCC: Monitoring
Community-
level MHCC
monitoring
Catchment
area visitation
(house to
house)
Information
G...
Community-level MHCC: Targeting and
Service Delivery
•Decision support for rapid assessment of MHCC
situation
•Survey of g...
Brgy and LGU-level MHCC: Service
Evaluation
Coordination
Weekly Meeting
Spot visits
Special Programs (e.g.
Feeding, Medica...
Gaps in Participation:
On Beliefs & Folklore
• Belief in the existence of the supernatural
– “aswang” and “tik-tik” (MH)
–...
Brgy and LGU MHCC: Challenges
• Question of data accuracy upon capture from source
• Physical storage of information prese...
Tip of the Iceberg?
Transactional Needs
Participation-level
Open Data: Empowerment
& Advocacy (?)
Next Steps
• Project-related Activities(July-Sept, 2013)
• Identification of Open Data avenues in MHCC and validation
acti...
Barangay Health Center, Brgy Punta
Taytay, Bacolod City, Negros Oriental
Pabasa para sa Nutrisyon play kit
Pabasa para sa Nutrisyon play kit
Dr. Ona with BHWs & BNSs of brgy Dona
Consuelo, Ozamis City, Misamis Occidental
Nutrition Office, City Government of
Ozamis, Misamis Oriental
Open Government in the Philippines: exploring the role of open government data and the use of new technologies in the deli...
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In this presentation the De La Salle University team working as part of the Open Data in Developing Countries research network share an update on their research, focussing on open data in the context of maternal healthcare.

Further case study details for "Open Government in the Philippines: exploring the role of open government data and the use of new technologies in the delivery of public services" can be found at http://www.opendataresearch.org/project/2013/dls

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Open Government in the Philippines: exploring the role of open government data and the use of new technologies in the delivery of public services - Project Update July 2013

  1. 1. “Exploring Open Data Boundaries in Maternal Health & Child Care practices” July 16, 2013 Center for ICT for Development (CITe4D) College of Computer Studies
  2. 2. It’s more fun in the Philippines
  3. 3. FACTS Maternal Health Care • 11-15 mothers die per day due to pregnancy-related causes • Mortality rate for Filipino mothers has increased to 221 per 100,000 live births in 2011 from 162 per 100,000 live births in 2009 (DOH, 2012) • 53 in every 1000 women aged 15 to 19: Highest in 6-ASEAN countries; 70% increase in the past decade (UNFP, 2010?) • Philippine Abortion rate: 25 per 1000 women (?)
  4. 4. How? Dissecting a Social Phenomenon Community- based practices in MHCC LGU Practices Community- level Practices Relevant Concepts & Models La Sallian Mission “How do local communities participate in MHCC? What are the participation practices that be supported/enhanced by open data techniques?” Open data in social services Transparency and Participation practices Community Informatics “Bridging Faith through Scholarship”
  5. 5. Dissecting MHCC Practices in Local Communities MHCC Practices in Local Communities Activities and Processes Data Types & Formats Data Sources Role of ICT Stakeholder Roles
  6. 6. Main Stakeholders in MHCC Brgy Health Workers Patients and their families Brgy Officials LGU Health Officers Midwife, RNs, BHWs, and BNS (Health Service Providers) Sectoral assignments (Governance) Doctors and Nutritionists (Health Management) Mothers, fath ers, children, and in-laws (constituents)
  7. 7. MHCC: Community-based Health Assessment (CHA) Framework LGU Functions Service Channels BARANGAY Lying-in Clinics Barangay Health Centers Hospitals Health Service Providers Governance Functions Capacity Building Functions Health Care Management Functions Demand Driven through Feedback Purok Households Pregnant Women & Children
  8. 8. Community& LGU-level MHCC Service Evaluation Targeting & Service Delivery Monitoring MHCC Cases Spot mapping & surveys Brgy-level monitoring and reporting MHO level reporting Brgy-level dispensation & availment of services Types of brgy- level MHCC services
  9. 9. Community-level MHCC: Monitoring Community- level MHCC monitoring Catchment area visitation (house to house) Information Gathering through social networks Creation of case record “Highlight: Person to person communication; social relations”
  10. 10. Community-level MHCC: Targeting and Service Delivery •Decision support for rapid assessment of MHCC situation •Survey of geographic area •Monitoring of Pregnancy (HR and teenaged cases) and Malnutrition-related incidences Spot Mapping •Case monitoring: BP, OPT, Pre-natal check-ups •Vaccination and vitamin supplementation •Advocacy and capacity building: Nutrition, cleanliness, breast feeding, family planning •Community support: communal garden, breast feeding room, day-care center Service Delivery
  11. 11. Brgy and LGU-level MHCC: Service Evaluation Coordination Weekly Meeting Spot visits Special Programs (e.g. Feeding, Medical Missions) Validation Random Coverage Assessment Target Client list Consolidation Health center reports Supply Inventory
  12. 12. Gaps in Participation: On Beliefs & Folklore • Belief in the existence of the supernatural – “aswang” and “tik-tik” (MH) – “ang barko ni Maria” (DM) • Preference on “alternative” sources of healthcare – hilots, albularyo, etc. • Subscription to traditions – Lack of paternal participation in birthing (e.g. washing of birthing clothes) – Lack of maternal adaptation (e.g. hair pulling to stop bleeding) • Avail of non-traditional avenues – Eat Bulaga for mangrove planting – Wish ko Lang for alternative income for hilots EDUCATIONAL GAP
  13. 13. Brgy and LGU MHCC: Challenges • Question of data accuracy upon capture from source • Physical storage of information presents integrity and consolidation problems Monitoring of MHCC Cases • Physical cases records presents difficulty in data aggregation hence may affect accuracy of targeting • Lack of resources (supply and HR) • Financial limitations of citizens • Citizens treated as mere recipients Targeting and Service Delivery • Capture all brgy-level reports (formal-DOH proforma and informal data-brgy assessment) • Targeting difficulties • Determine efficacy of programs Service Evaluation
  14. 14. Tip of the Iceberg? Transactional Needs Participation-level Open Data: Empowerment & Advocacy (?)
  15. 15. Next Steps • Project-related Activities(July-Sept, 2013) • Identification of Open Data avenues in MHCC and validation activities • Start Data Gathering for MSME practices • Networking with LGUs and other schools • Allied activities • Participation in the on-going ODI of the Dept. of Budget & Management (DBM) • E-Government Master Plan: Open Government as a direction for the Philippines • Possible participation in the task force on Open Government (Office of the President, Republic of the Philippines)
  16. 16. Barangay Health Center, Brgy Punta Taytay, Bacolod City, Negros Oriental
  17. 17. Pabasa para sa Nutrisyon play kit
  18. 18. Pabasa para sa Nutrisyon play kit
  19. 19. Dr. Ona with BHWs & BNSs of brgy Dona Consuelo, Ozamis City, Misamis Occidental
  20. 20. Nutrition Office, City Government of Ozamis, Misamis Oriental

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