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Team 6 case competition 1

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Team 6 case competition 1

  1. 1. 1 ASHA PROJECT (HOPE PROJECT) Sparkman Global Health Case Competition Team 6Justine Goetzman, Isabella Hincapie Agudelo, Lassane Kabore, Maya Mukundan, Natalie Wilson
  2. 2. Problem Analysis:2 Infrastructure Vulnerability to destruction and flooding Coastal Location Remote from Shelters Inadequate Housing Unsustainable to & Shelters future disaster Homes Damaged Transitional materials (N=191,657) & Methods Increases expense Underdeveloped land tenure & property Scarcity of Land Displacement rights systems
  3. 3. Problem Analysis:3 Economic Lack of Diversification (main source of Agricultural income) Destruction Livestock Loss Schools Economic Devastation Resource (Fully Depletion Damaged N= 230; Partial Damage N =335) Injuries (N=16,310) Family Loss Loss of Income Death (N= 1,292)
  4. 4. Problem Analysis:4 Disaster Preparedness Reactive Focus on Relief and Lack of risk Rehabilitation reduction Ineffective Disaster Plan Approach Lack of Community Outdated Program awareness of the 1972 Disaster Management Plan
  5. 5. Problem Analysis:5 Poor Access to Health Resources Contaminatio n with saline, fecal matter, arsen ic, & other Water debris Destruction of Latrines Access to Destruction Safe of food Water, Food, supply, crops, Food and Health livestock, stor age facilities Lack of trained providers Health Disparity Cultural Barriers Gender
  6. 6. Strategic Plan6 Improve the lives of community affected by natural disasters by providing sustainability through exponential capacity building & empowerment via implementing a training program Economic Infrastructure Development & Disaster Health Care Development Agricultural Preparedness Diversification
  7. 7. Strategic Plan7 Economic Infrastructure Development & Disaster Health Care Development Agriculture Preparedness Diversification • Individual • Microcredit • Training • Village Health Cyclone System Community Leader Training Resistant • Diversify Crops Leaders • Nurse Homes • Blanket Making • Disaster Practitioner • Water Supply & storage Training in Program • Rainwater • Animal Skin Schools (2/Village) harvesting Processing for • Community • Primary Care • Rooftop hide Awareness of • Disaster AID Catchment the CDMP • First Aid & areas Protocol Triage • Sanitation • Development of • Counseling (Community the CORE Latrines) Council
  8. 8. Scalability8  Pilot: 100 people from the most affect village through application process  Recruitment every month  50 homes per month  Expanding to every village  Model for other disaster areas
  9. 9. Budget-Total=20 M US $9 10% 1% 20% Infrastructures Economic development Disaster preparedness Health care 69.00%
  10. 10. DETAILED BUDGET OF PROPOSAL DEVELOPMENT IN BARGUNA DISTRICT/TEAM#6 GRAND TOTAL 2000000010 Objective 1 #items cost per unit % INFRASTRUCTURES DEVELOPMENT 69.34 13868000 House building 6280 1573.248408 49.4 9880000 Tube wells 1330 1503.759398 10 2000000 Latrines 40000 50 10 2000000 Objective 2 0 ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND AGRICULTURE DIVERSIFICATION 20 4000000 Crops diversification 4000 500 10 2000000 Microcredit 10 2000000 Advocacy for property rights integrated #VALEUR! 13880000 Objective 3 ENHANCING DISASTER PREPARDNESS 0.66 132000 Training community leaders 560 100 0.28 56000 Meetings of the core counsel 560 35.71428571 0.1 20000 Training children in schools 560 100 0.28 56000 Objective 4 0 IMPROVING HEALTH CARE 10 2000000 Training village health leaders 560 1000 560000 Providing primary health care (prevention, promotion) 560 integrated Training on disaster aid 560 1000 2.8 560000 Acquiring computers for teleconference 560 1000 2.8 560000 Medicines 1.6 320000
  11. 11. Partnerships11  CORE Council  Coordinationof response and focusing energy toward sustainability & risk reduction  Save the Children  Training Village Health Leaders  BRAC  Obtaining new livestock  CDMP Committee
  12. 12. Monitoring & Evaluation12 Monitoring Evaluation  Data Collection Years 1, 3  Field Visits  Benchmarks Met?  Monthly  Program Evaluation Year  Supervision 2, 4  Daily  What is working?  Monthly Meeting  How do we know?  Debriefing  Why? Or Why Not?  Workshops/Retreats  End programs that are not  Improving Skills effective at Year 3  Building Community  Sustainability Evaluation at Year 5
  13. 13. Long Term Goals13  At least 8% of families’ housing needs in Barguna should be met with a cyclone resistant home  At least 40000 latrines have to be provided  At least 1330 tube wells spread over the Barguna district have to be constructed  Established partnerships with NGO  At least 4000 farmers should be given raw material and technology for diversification of crops  $2,000,000 USD microcredit dispersed in loans  1 health leaders trained /village for primary health care  1 person trained per village on disaster aid  Established telemedicine program-computer and technology provision 1/ village  320 000 $-Medicines and health equipment
  14. 14. Mid/Short Term Goals14 - Mid term- At least 80 % of long terms goals have to be met by the end the year 4. - Short term- At least 40 % of long terms goals have to be met by the end the year 2.
  15. 15. Outcomes Assessment15  Trainers are community based by Year 2  Program has trainees from every village  Microcredit fund established in partnership with Asian Development Bank  Children can demonstrate drill procedures of disaster protocol  Children describe protocol for severe weather  All citizens can verbalize what to correctly do in the event of a natural disaster.  Decreased infant mortality rates by 10%  Decreased morbidity by 10%
  16. 16. Questions?“We believe that poverty does not belong to a civilized human society. It belongs to museums”. - Muhammed Yunas

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