Health Risk Reduction Bihar

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Health Risk Reduction Bihar

  1. 1. Overview of Health
  2. 2. Role of Panchayat in Building Resilient Communities
  3. 3. Risk Reduction in Health Impact of Disasters on Health Disaster strikes Impact Immediate Impact Long Term Impact after intervention Water Supply disrupted Death Disease Shelter compromise Food shortage Extensive Few Many Partially restored Restored- no disease Deaths from Measles despite restoring Health Services Not restored- Measles outbreak Malnutrition increases
  4. 4. Vulnerable Groups
  5. 5. Risk Assessment
  6. 6. Risk Analysis Element of Risk assessment Identified risks Likely impact Population likely to be affected Health Systems Health facilities functioning irregularly Health centers and hospitals not accessible Vacancies of health workers Disruptions in supply of medicines, medical equipment or in the cold chain in last year Routine Services incomplete Undiagnosed diseases Mothers Newborns Elderly TB patients
  7. 7. Good Practices in DRR
  8. 8. Government Services Facility/ Program Beneficiary Responsible Supervisor Benefits PHC/ RH All patients MO [IC] CS Treatment, Emergency, Admission Addl PHC All patients (no admission) MO MO [IC] Treatment Sub- centres All patients (routine treatment) ANM Supervisor, LHV ANC, Immunization, TB/ Malaria/ Filaria/ Leprosy, fever, diarrhoea, pneumonia ANC Pregnant Women ANM Supervisor, LHV Weight, BP, Iron and folic acid tablets, TT, Hemoglobin, Urine albumin/ sugar, Abdominal Palpation
  9. 9. Stakeholder Analysis
  10. 10. Planning for Disaster Risk Reduction Element of Risk assessment Identified risks Likely impact Action to be taken Health Systems Health facilities functioning irregularly Health centers and hospitals not accessible Vacancies of health workers Disruptions in supply of medicines, medical equipment or in the cold chain in last year Routine Services incomplete Undiagnosed diseases Monitor JSY Implement IMNCI Health Camps RNTCP
  11. 11. Promote a Culture of Prevention!

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