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District level and
PHC level Health
Planning

Dr. Rizwan S A, M.D.,
DISTRICT HEALTH ACTION
PLAN
Introduction
• Context – NRHM, RCH
• District Health Mission
• Members of State and District Health Missions
• District & Block level programme managers of line departments i.e., Health
and Family
• Welfare, AYUSH, Women and Child Development including ICDSs and
water/sanitation
• State Programme Management Unit and District Programme Management
Unit Staff
• Members of PRIs and MNGOs/ FNGOs and civil society groups
• DHAP is the Principle instrument for planning, implementation and
monitoring, formulated through a participatory and bottom up
planning process
• Broad contour
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Situational analysis of the district,
Objectives and interventions,
Work plan
Budgets
M&E plan
• The DHAP will be guiding document for implementation, monitoring
& evaluation of NRHM.
• It is envisaged that decentralized programme management is likely to
be more responsive to the health care needs of local community
• Will be a step towards ultimate communitization - a hallmark of
NRHM
What a District Plan ought to have
• Background
• Planning Process
• Priorities as per the background and planning process
• Annual Plan for each of the Health Institutions
• Community Action Plan
• Financing of Health Care
• Management Structure to deliver the programme
• Partnerships for convergent action
• Capacity Building Plan
• Human Resource Plan
• Procurement and Logistics Plan
• Non-governmental Partnerships
• Community Monitoring Framework
• Action Plan for Demand generation
• Sector specific plan for maternal health, child health, adolescent
health, disease control, disease surveillance, family welfare
• District Health Plan reflects
determinants of health like
• Drinking Water
• Sanitation
• Women Empowerment
• Child Development
• Adolescent School
• Education
• Female Literacy

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convergence

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The Planning Process
• DHP should be an aggregation of Village and the Block Health Plans
• Village Health Plans are likely to take time
• Therefore District, Block and Cluster level consultation may have to
form the basis for initial District Plans ( ad-hoc and for a year)
• The perspective plans must be on the basis of Village Health Plan but
Block will be the key level for development of decentralized plans
• Setting up of planning teams and committees at various levels
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Village
Gram Panchayat (SHC)
PHC (Cluster level)
CHC/Block level
District level

• Orientation of planning team and contractual engagement of
professionals as per need has to be the starting point for the planning
process
• At Village, PHC and Block levels,
• broadly representative committees would perform
• planning and on going monitoring

• A similar committee at District level
• reviewing plans, based on drafting by the specialized district planning team
• Planning teams have to conduct
• household surveys
• help select ASHAs
• organize training for community groups

• NGOs have a role in the entire planning process
Levels of planning and the key
functionaries
• Village level Health and Sanitation Committee - responsible for the
Village Health Plans
• ASHA, the Aanganwadi, the Panchayat representative, the SHG
leader, the PTA/MTA Secretary and local CBO representative
• Responsible for the household survey, the Village Health Register and
the Village Health Plan
Gram Panchayat Level Health Plans
• A group of villages or a single village
• At the Sub Health Centre Level
• The Gram Panchayat Pradhan, the ANM, the MPW, a few Village Health
& Sanitation Committee representatives
• Organize activities like health camps
• Overview and support for the household survey,
preparation of Village Health Registers & Village Health Plan
Cluster level
• PHC/Additional PHC, 1-4 Clusters in a Block
• Medical Officer in charge of PHC in close coordination with the
Pradhan of the Gram Panchayat covered in that Cluster.
• The Cluster level would be responsible for over viewing the work of
Gram Panchyat/s and for organizing surveys and activities through
the SHCs
Block/CHC level
• The Adhyakisha of the Block Panchayat Samiti, the BMO, BDO,
NGO/CBO representative, head of the CHC level Rogi Kalyan Samiti
will be key members
• Social mobilization professionals and planning resource persons contracted
• Finalize the Block Health Plans
• Supervise household and health facility surveys
• Organize public hearings and health camps
District Level
• The Zila Parishad Adhyaksha, the District Medical Officer, the District
Magistrate - key functionaries
• Draft plan will be formulated and presented for discussion to the
broader committee and finally streamlined
• NGO representatives and a few professionals specially recruited to
meet planning and implementation needs
• Responsible for household Surveys and Health facility surveys &
organization of health camps and public hearings
• Every district health society would be assisted by a technical support
agency
Strategy for Technical Assistance
• Development partners, department of community medicine in
medical colleges, NGOs with expertise in this area
• 10-15 member District Plan Appraisal Team under the SHRC for
appraisal of the Draft District Plan for checking Quality, Standards,
Normative criterions before being sent to the State for approval
• State Resource Centre would also finalize survey formats and formats
for preparation of plans at various levels

• Finalize the criteria for prioritization and indication of resources likely
to be available for each Block and convey these to the district
Annual Work Plans & Perspective
Plans
• The Perspective Plan - 7 year plan outlining the year wise resource
and activity
• The Annual Plan - based on resource availability and a prioritization
exercise
• States should let districts know by October of the resources likely to
be available in the coming financial year
• The District should disaggregate likely budget availability on the basis
of needs at village/cluster/block levels by November
• The Village, Gram Panchayat, Cluster & Block Plans should come to
district based on a prioritization exercise
• The District Health Mission Society will recommend the Annual Work
Plan and Budgets and the Perspective Plan to the State level Health
Mission under the Chief Minister
Essential requirements for preparation
for Village, Block, and District Health
Plans
• Constitution of planning team and committees at each level
• Engagement of professionals on contract at State, District and Block
level urgently to meet planning needs
• Broad norms for planning activities & Space for diversity and
innovations
• Preparation of training modules for household survey, Family Health
Cards, Village Health Register,
• Mapping of non-governmental providers, and Health facility surveys
• Survey of non-governmental health providers to assess their possible
role in the District Health Plan
• Organization of large scale activities like health camps, Public
hearings
• Involvement of Women’s groups and Community based organizations
in planning activity
• Release of untied grants to SHCs/ Gram Panchayats to facilitate
activities
• Recruitment and relevant training of ASHAs/ANMs
• Orientation of existing health department functionaries on new ways
of working
• Convergent local action along with other departments
Framework for District Action Plan
• Assessing the present situation
• Resources – human power, logistics and supplies, community resources and
financial resources, Voluntary sector health resources
• Access to services – including public and private services and informal health
care services
• Utilisation of services – including outcomes, continuity of care; factors
responsible for possible low utilization
• Quality of Care – including technical competence
• Community needs, perceptions and economic capacities, PRI involvement in
health
• Socio-epidemiological situation: Local morbidity profile, adivasis, migrants,
very remote hamlets
Critical areas for concerted action
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Functional facilities
Improving human resources in rural areas
Accountable health delivery
Decentralization and Flexibility for local action
Reducing maternal, child deaths and population stabilization
Preventive and promotive health
Disease Surveillance
Hamlet to hospital linkage
Health Information System
Planning and monitoring
Women empowerment, securing entitlements of SCs /STs /OBCs
Convergence of various health programmes
Chronic disease Burden
Social security to poor to cover for ill health
Broad Outline of the Planning Process
• District health planning is viewed as an iterative and two-way
process, where District planning teams provide overall planning
framework and financial parameters, along with arranging training
inputs
• Village health plans → Block health plans → District health plan
• Consultative process involving discussion of draft block plans with
Block health authorities, PRI representatives and block level NGOs
• Consultative process, involving discussion of key block planning
issues with a few groups of selected village stakeholders
• Consolidation of block and district health plans
• Technical appraisal of the Draft District Plan by District Plan Appraisal
Team
• Presentation of the proposed District health plan to the District
health society and Zilla Parishad for final approval
• Facilitating formation and capacity building of Village and Block
planning teams
Components of the District Health
Plan
• New interventions under NRHM
• RCH II
• Strengthening of Immunisation
• Disease Control / Surveillance Programmes such as NVBDCP, RNTCP,
NPCB, IDD, NLEP and IDSP
• Inter- sectoral convergence activities
• Nutrition, Safe Drinking Water, sanitation, female literacy, women’s
empowerment
Conducting Situational Analysis
• 1.Preparatory Phase
• Data Collection
• Household and Facility Survey
• Secondary data available

• 2.Situational Analysis
• Profile of the district in terms of
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Background Characteristics,
Health Facilities (Both Public And Private),
Functionality Of Health Facilities,
Logistics,
Coverage Of ICDS Programmes,
Availability of elected representatives of Panchayat Raj institutions and presence of
NGO’s, CBO

• Helps to identify the constraints particularly in terms of size of villages,
access to villages etc.,

• 3.Public health facilities and functionality of facilities
• 4.The analysis
• draw inferences of the extent to which the public health infrastructure is geared up to
provide health services and identify gaps

• 5.Logistics
• Streamlined logistics systems can provide medicines, contraceptives, vaccines to service
providers in adequate quantity at right time and place and reduce wastage

• 6.Training Infrastructure
• to equip providers with knowledge and skills for delivery of services in adherence with
standards of care

• 7.BCC Infrastructure
• 8. Private Health Facilities
• These centres can be contracted for services under JSY
• Surgical nursing homes for family planning

• 9.ICDS Programme
• one of the critical programmes from the convergence viewpoints
• 10. Elected Representatives of PRIs

• Making it community centric through the involvement of PRI’s

• 11. NGOs & CBOs

• To organise service delivery activities
• NRHM strongly advocates their involvement and ownership

• 12. Analysis of Key Health Indicators

• overview of health and reproductive and child health status of the district using DLHS data

• 13. Maternal Health

• an overview of the utilization pattern of maternal health services

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14. Family Planning
15. Child Health
16. RNTCP, NVBDCP, NPCB, IDSP, NLEP & NIDDCP
17. Locally endemic diseases in the district
18. New interventions under NRHM

• analyse the reasons for low performance such as in case of ASHAs, or disbursements for JSYs
or registration of RKS
Block Level and Stakeholders
Consultations
• Towards ensuring that the district health action plans (DHAPs)
represent the voices on the ground, it is proposed to hold block level
consultations in each block
• Objectives
• To actively engage a wide range of stakeholders from the community in the
planning process
• To identify local issues and concerns as well as vulnerable group
• Inter- sectoral convergence
• To identify priorities at the grassroots and carve out roles and responsibilities
at the Panchayat for greater ownership

• Methodology and Format
Setting Objectives of the DHAP
• The inputs for this matrix will largely come from the situational
analysis conducted and the block-level consultations should guide
you in deciding what a district can achieve in the given time frame
• Quantifiable objectives – as per the format
• Force Field Analysis to determine the pros and cons of achieving
each of the objectives
• Interventions and Activities
The District Planning Workshop
• To review and vet objectives of the District Health Action Plan (DHAP)
• To assess appropriateness and adequacy of suggested strategic
interventions and activities
• Involve wider stake-holder and get a critical review and additional
inputs
Work Plan and Budget
• Work Plan of Activities
• Activities have to be listed under the strategy and put in a matrix form with
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the time of initiation of the activity,
the tentative duration of implementation
completion should be specified
persons/agency responsible

• Scheduling of activities in a systematic way
Monitoring & Evaluation
• Including program management
• Input, process and outcome indicators for every objective and
program included
Structure of the District Health Action
Plans (DHAP)
• Background
• geographic location, socio-demographic profile

• Situation Analysis
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Coverage with preventive/promotive interventions
Income and Gender equity
Underserved population groups
Quality of services

• Process for Plan Development
• describe processes undertaken
• profile of participants

• Objectives
• Matrix on key strategies and activities
• Work plan
• how different activities will be conducted references to time frame and
responsible official

• Monitoring & Evaluation
• Budget
• Annexures
PHC Level Health
Planning
Basics of micro-level planning
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Community Needs Assessment
Decentralized and multi level planning
Annual action plan
The planning process of management
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OBJECTIVES
ACTIVITIES
RESOURCES
Asking questions like who, when, where, how much, from where, to whom,
how, what etc.,

Because of its complex nature planning should be shared by all members
of the team and by representatives of the community
Community Needs Assessment
• Actual needs of the people and not the needs as perceived by people
at the top
• Involvement of
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The community
NGOs
Community health volunteers
Women’s group
Panchayat

• Helps in setting priorities, identifying target groups, and developing
realistic action plans
CNA Process
• Two types of teams (at HSC level)
• Working team (under HWF)
• Consultative team

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Working team – AWW, TBA,MSS, Link persons, youth leaders
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Help in conducting household surveys and relevant info

Consultative team – PRI members, teachers, religious leaders,
NGOs, others
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Provide more information
Importance of CNA
• Provides a basis for determining health care needs of the community
• Helps to prepare an action plan with plausible targets
Decentralized and multi level planning
• Initiated at the lowest spatial level by involving people
• The core lies in enabling the HWF to take initiatives to organize
health care services
• The decentralized planner is in a better position to plan for neglected
regions, sectors and sections of the community ensuring equity
• ‘bottom-up’ approach
Multilevel planning
• Begins at the sub-centre level – crucial link
• All the SC plans are combined at the PHC level with added
components
• Finally sent to district level for formulating the district level action
plan
Sub-centre plan
• Prepared by ANM
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A map of SC and its catchment area
Conducting household surveys
Group meetings with community reps for more info
Comparing this data with demographic calculations
Identifying HRGs
Estimation of workload and resource requirements
PHC Plan
• Compilation of SC plans plus additional activities specific to the PHC
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Catchment area
Compile data from SCs and PHC
household surveys
Group meetings with community reps
Comparing this data with demographic calculations
Identifying HRGs
Prioritize the services
Determine workloads
Set targets
Match it with supplies and facilities
Prepare month wise activity plan for the year
Action Plan Forms
• SC plan prepared once a year in the beginning of the financial year by
the ANM
• PHC plan – two parts
• One concerning services provided in the PHC directly
• Other relates to the services provided by the ANM

• FRU plan – services provided by them directly
Work plan
• With all the relevant information collected – work plan is prepared
for own convenience
• It enumerates the activities to be performed weekly
Step by step approach
• Step1; Looking at the situation
• Step2; Recognizing important problems
• Step3; Setting objectives
• Step4; Reviewing obstacles & limitations
• Step5; Scheduling activities
Step1; Looking at the situation
• Sources of information
• Community representatives esp. leaders, teachers
• Records
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Clinic records
OPD records
Registrations cards
Monthly reports
Stock legders

• Map of the area
• Surveys
Type of information required
• Baseline information
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No. of people and their distribution by age, sex
Principal occ.
Composition of family
Births, infant deaths, stillbirths, most common diseases, topography, water supply,
excreta disposal, food.

• Information on resources
• Money, manpower, time, equipments, buildings

• Information about causes of a specific prob.,
• Information on the health work being done
• Previous targets set and level achieved
• Helps in identifying difficulties encountered

• Tabulating the information
• Programme – target set – obstacles

• Analyzing the info
• Sh be analyzed and digested
• Recorded, standardized, communicated
Step2; Recognizing important problems
• What is a problem?
• Obstacle existing between present situation and desired future state (gap in
what is and what sh be)

• Different people perceive problems differently
• In solving a problem
• Clearly define the prob
• All possible causes
• Ways to rectify the causes
• Group problems
• Diseases
• Health service problems
• Lack of drugs, personnel, transport

• Community problems
• Water, education, distance, poverty,

• Prioritize the several problems and the most important will be
tackled first
How to determine priority?
• Does the problem
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Affect large numbers
Cause high IMR
Affect maternal health
Affect children and youth
Cause chronic disability
Affect rural development
Cause concern to the whole community
Has an easy solution
Step 3; Setting Objectives
• An objective is defined as the intended result of a successful
programme
• Long term objectives – require several short term objectives which
are measurable
• Short term objectives – operational targets
• Objectives are usually time limited
• An important use of setting objectives is Evaluation
Characteristics of useful objectives
• Relevant
• Feasible
• Observable
• Measurable
• Objectives can be set at different levels
• Ministry – broad
• District level and village level – operational targets
Step4; Reviewing obstacles & limitations
• Things which prevent achievement of the objectives –
• lack of
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People
Time
Money
Equipment
Information

• Geographical features – climate
• Technical factors
• Social factors
Analyze and classify the obstacles
• That can be removed
• That can be modified or reduced
• That cannot be removed or reduced
• Look at the objectives again and change if necessary
Step5; Scheduling activities
• A set of activities to meet objectives is called a strategy
• Consider alternate strategies
• Balancing resources and needs
• Choose the best course of action
• Defining the chosen strategy
• Writing an outline of the plan
• Implementation
• Resources, organization, assignments
Thank you

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District and PHC level health planning

  • 1. District level and PHC level Health Planning Dr. Rizwan S A, M.D.,
  • 3. Introduction • Context – NRHM, RCH • District Health Mission • Members of State and District Health Missions • District & Block level programme managers of line departments i.e., Health and Family • Welfare, AYUSH, Women and Child Development including ICDSs and water/sanitation • State Programme Management Unit and District Programme Management Unit Staff • Members of PRIs and MNGOs/ FNGOs and civil society groups
  • 4. • DHAP is the Principle instrument for planning, implementation and monitoring, formulated through a participatory and bottom up planning process • Broad contour • • • • • Situational analysis of the district, Objectives and interventions, Work plan Budgets M&E plan
  • 5. • The DHAP will be guiding document for implementation, monitoring & evaluation of NRHM. • It is envisaged that decentralized programme management is likely to be more responsive to the health care needs of local community • Will be a step towards ultimate communitization - a hallmark of NRHM
  • 6. What a District Plan ought to have • Background • Planning Process • Priorities as per the background and planning process • Annual Plan for each of the Health Institutions • Community Action Plan • Financing of Health Care • Management Structure to deliver the programme • Partnerships for convergent action
  • 7. • Capacity Building Plan • Human Resource Plan • Procurement and Logistics Plan • Non-governmental Partnerships • Community Monitoring Framework • Action Plan for Demand generation • Sector specific plan for maternal health, child health, adolescent health, disease control, disease surveillance, family welfare
  • 8. • District Health Plan reflects determinants of health like • Drinking Water • Sanitation • Women Empowerment • Child Development • Adolescent School • Education • Female Literacy the convergence with wider
  • 9. The Planning Process • DHP should be an aggregation of Village and the Block Health Plans • Village Health Plans are likely to take time • Therefore District, Block and Cluster level consultation may have to form the basis for initial District Plans ( ad-hoc and for a year) • The perspective plans must be on the basis of Village Health Plan but Block will be the key level for development of decentralized plans
  • 10. • Setting up of planning teams and committees at various levels • • • • • Village Gram Panchayat (SHC) PHC (Cluster level) CHC/Block level District level • Orientation of planning team and contractual engagement of professionals as per need has to be the starting point for the planning process
  • 11. • At Village, PHC and Block levels, • broadly representative committees would perform • planning and on going monitoring • A similar committee at District level • reviewing plans, based on drafting by the specialized district planning team
  • 12. • Planning teams have to conduct • household surveys • help select ASHAs • organize training for community groups • NGOs have a role in the entire planning process
  • 13. Levels of planning and the key functionaries • Village level Health and Sanitation Committee - responsible for the Village Health Plans • ASHA, the Aanganwadi, the Panchayat representative, the SHG leader, the PTA/MTA Secretary and local CBO representative • Responsible for the household survey, the Village Health Register and the Village Health Plan
  • 14. Gram Panchayat Level Health Plans • A group of villages or a single village • At the Sub Health Centre Level • The Gram Panchayat Pradhan, the ANM, the MPW, a few Village Health & Sanitation Committee representatives • Organize activities like health camps • Overview and support for the household survey, preparation of Village Health Registers & Village Health Plan
  • 15. Cluster level • PHC/Additional PHC, 1-4 Clusters in a Block • Medical Officer in charge of PHC in close coordination with the Pradhan of the Gram Panchayat covered in that Cluster. • The Cluster level would be responsible for over viewing the work of Gram Panchyat/s and for organizing surveys and activities through the SHCs
  • 16. Block/CHC level • The Adhyakisha of the Block Panchayat Samiti, the BMO, BDO, NGO/CBO representative, head of the CHC level Rogi Kalyan Samiti will be key members • Social mobilization professionals and planning resource persons contracted • Finalize the Block Health Plans • Supervise household and health facility surveys • Organize public hearings and health camps
  • 17. District Level • The Zila Parishad Adhyaksha, the District Medical Officer, the District Magistrate - key functionaries • Draft plan will be formulated and presented for discussion to the broader committee and finally streamlined • NGO representatives and a few professionals specially recruited to meet planning and implementation needs • Responsible for household Surveys and Health facility surveys & organization of health camps and public hearings • Every district health society would be assisted by a technical support agency
  • 18. Strategy for Technical Assistance • Development partners, department of community medicine in medical colleges, NGOs with expertise in this area • 10-15 member District Plan Appraisal Team under the SHRC for appraisal of the Draft District Plan for checking Quality, Standards, Normative criterions before being sent to the State for approval
  • 19. • State Resource Centre would also finalize survey formats and formats for preparation of plans at various levels • Finalize the criteria for prioritization and indication of resources likely to be available for each Block and convey these to the district
  • 20. Annual Work Plans & Perspective Plans • The Perspective Plan - 7 year plan outlining the year wise resource and activity • The Annual Plan - based on resource availability and a prioritization exercise • States should let districts know by October of the resources likely to be available in the coming financial year • The District should disaggregate likely budget availability on the basis of needs at village/cluster/block levels by November • The Village, Gram Panchayat, Cluster & Block Plans should come to district based on a prioritization exercise • The District Health Mission Society will recommend the Annual Work Plan and Budgets and the Perspective Plan to the State level Health Mission under the Chief Minister
  • 21. Essential requirements for preparation for Village, Block, and District Health Plans • Constitution of planning team and committees at each level • Engagement of professionals on contract at State, District and Block level urgently to meet planning needs • Broad norms for planning activities & Space for diversity and innovations • Preparation of training modules for household survey, Family Health Cards, Village Health Register, • Mapping of non-governmental providers, and Health facility surveys • Survey of non-governmental health providers to assess their possible role in the District Health Plan
  • 22. • Organization of large scale activities like health camps, Public hearings • Involvement of Women’s groups and Community based organizations in planning activity • Release of untied grants to SHCs/ Gram Panchayats to facilitate activities • Recruitment and relevant training of ASHAs/ANMs • Orientation of existing health department functionaries on new ways of working • Convergent local action along with other departments
  • 23. Framework for District Action Plan • Assessing the present situation • Resources – human power, logistics and supplies, community resources and financial resources, Voluntary sector health resources • Access to services – including public and private services and informal health care services • Utilisation of services – including outcomes, continuity of care; factors responsible for possible low utilization • Quality of Care – including technical competence • Community needs, perceptions and economic capacities, PRI involvement in health • Socio-epidemiological situation: Local morbidity profile, adivasis, migrants, very remote hamlets
  • 24. Critical areas for concerted action • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Functional facilities Improving human resources in rural areas Accountable health delivery Decentralization and Flexibility for local action Reducing maternal, child deaths and population stabilization Preventive and promotive health Disease Surveillance Hamlet to hospital linkage Health Information System Planning and monitoring Women empowerment, securing entitlements of SCs /STs /OBCs Convergence of various health programmes Chronic disease Burden Social security to poor to cover for ill health
  • 25. Broad Outline of the Planning Process • District health planning is viewed as an iterative and two-way process, where District planning teams provide overall planning framework and financial parameters, along with arranging training inputs • Village health plans → Block health plans → District health plan • Consultative process involving discussion of draft block plans with Block health authorities, PRI representatives and block level NGOs • Consultative process, involving discussion of key block planning issues with a few groups of selected village stakeholders
  • 26. • Consolidation of block and district health plans • Technical appraisal of the Draft District Plan by District Plan Appraisal Team • Presentation of the proposed District health plan to the District health society and Zilla Parishad for final approval • Facilitating formation and capacity building of Village and Block planning teams
  • 27. Components of the District Health Plan • New interventions under NRHM • RCH II • Strengthening of Immunisation • Disease Control / Surveillance Programmes such as NVBDCP, RNTCP, NPCB, IDD, NLEP and IDSP • Inter- sectoral convergence activities • Nutrition, Safe Drinking Water, sanitation, female literacy, women’s empowerment
  • 28. Conducting Situational Analysis • 1.Preparatory Phase • Data Collection • Household and Facility Survey • Secondary data available • 2.Situational Analysis • Profile of the district in terms of • • • • • • Background Characteristics, Health Facilities (Both Public And Private), Functionality Of Health Facilities, Logistics, Coverage Of ICDS Programmes, Availability of elected representatives of Panchayat Raj institutions and presence of NGO’s, CBO • Helps to identify the constraints particularly in terms of size of villages, access to villages etc., • 3.Public health facilities and functionality of facilities
  • 29. • 4.The analysis • draw inferences of the extent to which the public health infrastructure is geared up to provide health services and identify gaps • 5.Logistics • Streamlined logistics systems can provide medicines, contraceptives, vaccines to service providers in adequate quantity at right time and place and reduce wastage • 6.Training Infrastructure • to equip providers with knowledge and skills for delivery of services in adherence with standards of care • 7.BCC Infrastructure • 8. Private Health Facilities • These centres can be contracted for services under JSY • Surgical nursing homes for family planning • 9.ICDS Programme • one of the critical programmes from the convergence viewpoints
  • 30. • 10. Elected Representatives of PRIs • Making it community centric through the involvement of PRI’s • 11. NGOs & CBOs • To organise service delivery activities • NRHM strongly advocates their involvement and ownership • 12. Analysis of Key Health Indicators • overview of health and reproductive and child health status of the district using DLHS data • 13. Maternal Health • an overview of the utilization pattern of maternal health services • • • • • 14. Family Planning 15. Child Health 16. RNTCP, NVBDCP, NPCB, IDSP, NLEP & NIDDCP 17. Locally endemic diseases in the district 18. New interventions under NRHM • analyse the reasons for low performance such as in case of ASHAs, or disbursements for JSYs or registration of RKS
  • 31. Block Level and Stakeholders Consultations • Towards ensuring that the district health action plans (DHAPs) represent the voices on the ground, it is proposed to hold block level consultations in each block • Objectives • To actively engage a wide range of stakeholders from the community in the planning process • To identify local issues and concerns as well as vulnerable group • Inter- sectoral convergence • To identify priorities at the grassroots and carve out roles and responsibilities at the Panchayat for greater ownership • Methodology and Format
  • 32. Setting Objectives of the DHAP • The inputs for this matrix will largely come from the situational analysis conducted and the block-level consultations should guide you in deciding what a district can achieve in the given time frame • Quantifiable objectives – as per the format • Force Field Analysis to determine the pros and cons of achieving each of the objectives • Interventions and Activities
  • 33. The District Planning Workshop • To review and vet objectives of the District Health Action Plan (DHAP) • To assess appropriateness and adequacy of suggested strategic interventions and activities • Involve wider stake-holder and get a critical review and additional inputs
  • 34. Work Plan and Budget • Work Plan of Activities • Activities have to be listed under the strategy and put in a matrix form with • • • • the time of initiation of the activity, the tentative duration of implementation completion should be specified persons/agency responsible • Scheduling of activities in a systematic way
  • 35. Monitoring & Evaluation • Including program management • Input, process and outcome indicators for every objective and program included
  • 36. Structure of the District Health Action Plans (DHAP) • Background • geographic location, socio-demographic profile • Situation Analysis • • • • Coverage with preventive/promotive interventions Income and Gender equity Underserved population groups Quality of services • Process for Plan Development • describe processes undertaken • profile of participants • Objectives • Matrix on key strategies and activities
  • 37. • Work plan • how different activities will be conducted references to time frame and responsible official • Monitoring & Evaluation • Budget • Annexures
  • 39. Basics of micro-level planning • • • • Community Needs Assessment Decentralized and multi level planning Annual action plan The planning process of management • • • • OBJECTIVES ACTIVITIES RESOURCES Asking questions like who, when, where, how much, from where, to whom, how, what etc., Because of its complex nature planning should be shared by all members of the team and by representatives of the community
  • 40. Community Needs Assessment • Actual needs of the people and not the needs as perceived by people at the top • Involvement of • • • • • The community NGOs Community health volunteers Women’s group Panchayat • Helps in setting priorities, identifying target groups, and developing realistic action plans
  • 41. CNA Process • Two types of teams (at HSC level) • Working team (under HWF) • Consultative team • Working team – AWW, TBA,MSS, Link persons, youth leaders • • Help in conducting household surveys and relevant info Consultative team – PRI members, teachers, religious leaders, NGOs, others • Provide more information
  • 42. Importance of CNA • Provides a basis for determining health care needs of the community • Helps to prepare an action plan with plausible targets
  • 43. Decentralized and multi level planning • Initiated at the lowest spatial level by involving people • The core lies in enabling the HWF to take initiatives to organize health care services • The decentralized planner is in a better position to plan for neglected regions, sectors and sections of the community ensuring equity • ‘bottom-up’ approach
  • 44. Multilevel planning • Begins at the sub-centre level – crucial link • All the SC plans are combined at the PHC level with added components • Finally sent to district level for formulating the district level action plan
  • 45. Sub-centre plan • Prepared by ANM • • • • • • A map of SC and its catchment area Conducting household surveys Group meetings with community reps for more info Comparing this data with demographic calculations Identifying HRGs Estimation of workload and resource requirements
  • 46. PHC Plan • Compilation of SC plans plus additional activities specific to the PHC • • • • • • • • • • • Catchment area Compile data from SCs and PHC household surveys Group meetings with community reps Comparing this data with demographic calculations Identifying HRGs Prioritize the services Determine workloads Set targets Match it with supplies and facilities Prepare month wise activity plan for the year
  • 47. Action Plan Forms • SC plan prepared once a year in the beginning of the financial year by the ANM • PHC plan – two parts • One concerning services provided in the PHC directly • Other relates to the services provided by the ANM • FRU plan – services provided by them directly
  • 48. Work plan • With all the relevant information collected – work plan is prepared for own convenience • It enumerates the activities to be performed weekly
  • 49. Step by step approach • Step1; Looking at the situation • Step2; Recognizing important problems • Step3; Setting objectives • Step4; Reviewing obstacles & limitations • Step5; Scheduling activities
  • 50. Step1; Looking at the situation • Sources of information • Community representatives esp. leaders, teachers • Records • • • • • Clinic records OPD records Registrations cards Monthly reports Stock legders • Map of the area • Surveys
  • 51. Type of information required • Baseline information • • • • No. of people and their distribution by age, sex Principal occ. Composition of family Births, infant deaths, stillbirths, most common diseases, topography, water supply, excreta disposal, food. • Information on resources • Money, manpower, time, equipments, buildings • Information about causes of a specific prob.,
  • 52. • Information on the health work being done • Previous targets set and level achieved • Helps in identifying difficulties encountered • Tabulating the information • Programme – target set – obstacles • Analyzing the info • Sh be analyzed and digested • Recorded, standardized, communicated
  • 53. Step2; Recognizing important problems • What is a problem? • Obstacle existing between present situation and desired future state (gap in what is and what sh be) • Different people perceive problems differently • In solving a problem • Clearly define the prob • All possible causes • Ways to rectify the causes
  • 54. • Group problems • Diseases • Health service problems • Lack of drugs, personnel, transport • Community problems • Water, education, distance, poverty, • Prioritize the several problems and the most important will be tackled first
  • 55. How to determine priority? • Does the problem • • • • • • • • Affect large numbers Cause high IMR Affect maternal health Affect children and youth Cause chronic disability Affect rural development Cause concern to the whole community Has an easy solution
  • 56. Step 3; Setting Objectives • An objective is defined as the intended result of a successful programme • Long term objectives – require several short term objectives which are measurable • Short term objectives – operational targets • Objectives are usually time limited • An important use of setting objectives is Evaluation
  • 57. Characteristics of useful objectives • Relevant • Feasible • Observable • Measurable • Objectives can be set at different levels • Ministry – broad • District level and village level – operational targets
  • 58. Step4; Reviewing obstacles & limitations • Things which prevent achievement of the objectives – • lack of • • • • • People Time Money Equipment Information • Geographical features – climate • Technical factors • Social factors
  • 59. Analyze and classify the obstacles • That can be removed • That can be modified or reduced • That cannot be removed or reduced • Look at the objectives again and change if necessary
  • 60. Step5; Scheduling activities • A set of activities to meet objectives is called a strategy • Consider alternate strategies • Balancing resources and needs • Choose the best course of action • Defining the chosen strategy • Writing an outline of the plan • Implementation • Resources, organization, assignments