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Annual activities report 2012-13 of Primary Health Centre(N),Paschimbad managed by ARM,under PPP of NRHM,Govt. of Odisha.

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Arm phc annual report 2013

  1. 1. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 20122012-2013 Primary Health Center (N) Paschimabad, Jaleswar Balasore, Odisha Supported By: National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) Govt. of Odisha Managed By: Alternative for Rural Movement (ARM) Baliapal, Balasore-756026 Mob:9040127260 Page 1
  2. 2. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 2 PREFACE Health is an important social issue in rural packets of Odisha. Though Govt. of Odisha has provided a lot of facilities and services in rural areas but still there is a gap. The reasons are many and this gap can be only minimized through positive mindset, proactive approach, massive awareness, strategic planning, commitment, dedication etc. National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) launched in the year 2005 with a mission to provide acceptable, affordable, and quality healthcare to the rural population. With a view to improve the health care services by the poor and underserved population one new initiative called Public Private Partnership (PPP) was started in the year 2007. Alternative for Rural Movement (ARM), Baliapal selected to manage the Paschimabad PHC (N) of Jaleswar Block under the PPP programme to carter the health service in the unreached areas. Since then ARM is managing the PHC in a holistic manner and providing committed service to the periphery area. ARM involved in organizing various Outreach Programmes, awareness campaigns, RCM camps, Diabetic camps, Health Camps time to time to enhance the awareness and acceptance among the community. The involvement and ownership by the community is explained in the report. Also provision of Ambulance service to the PHC is a value addition in the field of health service. It gives me immense pleasure in presenting before you “Annual Progress Report 2012-2013”, a document that highlights our efforts, activities, achievements, initiatives, innovations and best practices, carried out by Alternative for Rural Movement (ARM), Baliapal in partnership with NRHM, Govt. of Odisha. RAJENDRA KUMAR RANA Coordinating Member, ARM
  3. 3. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 3 Paschimabad PHC (N) – A new dimension in Health Services Paschimabad PHC (N) started with a mission to bring constructive transformation in the rural health situations by involving the public and the health providers in a participatory mode towards socio economic development. In the process NRHM joined hands with ARM in the year 2007 to provide better health facilities to the rural community. NRHM PRINCIPLES OF PHC (NEW) PASCHIMBARD Scope: Effective planning and delivery of services in the PHC on behalf of the State Health dept. Provide curative preventive and promotive service at the PHC Total participation in all the National health programmes Strengthen referral services for secondary health care centers like SHD Promote client centered integrated PH communication strategy to bring about a change in the perception and practices of local population through Community Health Partnership Programme (CHPP ) Encouraging institutional services for pregnant women, family planning and sterilization etc. Objectives: • To provide preventive, promotive and curatives health services through PHC management. • To enhance the quality, accessibility, availability, acceptability and efficiency of rural health services. • To exchange the skills and expertise between public and privet sector • To mobilize additional resources for better health services • • • To strengthen the existing health system by improving the management, planning and strategies. To widen the range of services and number of services provided. To define, delineate and share the risks To widen the range of services and number of services provided.
  4. 4. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 • • Page 4 To define, delineate and share the risks To emphasize the community ownership or acceptance of health services The major thrust areas of Paschimabad PHC are: • • • • • • • Reduction in child & maternal mortality ratio Provision of community health services like MCH, drinking water, sanitation, immunization and nutrition for local people. Prevention and protection chronic / endemic disease with emphasize on communicable and total diseases. Provision of integrated and widespread health services to all the target population. Population control and gender balance measures. Revitalization of local health practices and brings AYUSH into the mainstream health efforts. To encourage healthy living and lifestyle in the rural communities. PHC operational Area: The Paschimabad PHC operates in 2 Gram Panchayats of Jaleswar Block named Paschimabad and Baganbadia. The details of villages with serving population is given below: Sl. No. Name of Block Name of GPs Paschimbad 1 Jaleswar Baiganbadia Total 2 Villages Debkumar Rela Namkana Paschimbad Kismat Paschimbad Jharipimpal Baiganbadia Kalikapur Ghantiadi Chhotkhanpur Akna Kantapal 12 Total Population 8175 9265 17440
  5. 5. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 5 Treatment record of patients from Apr 2012 to Mar 2013: Month Fever Malaria Diarrhea Sca- Mea- ARI Blood Common Total sles 03 30 Dysentery 0 Diseases 1466 Patients 1578 April 36 03 14 bies 26 May 55 04 29 47 02 39 1 1438 1593 June 44 07 37 22 03 39 2 1448 1602 July 54 01 63 32 04 24 2 2305 2485 Aug 32 02 22 38 02 29 01 2457 2522 Sept 15 02 12 16 0 14 0 1957 2018 Oct 31 02 14 29 0 26 0 2041 2143 Nov 30 02 12 35 0 09 0 1680 1768 Dec 12 01 08 23 0 07 01 1409 1460 Jan 15 01 09 24 0 16 0 1430 1495 Feb 11 0 14 36 0 08 01 1483 1605 Mar 22 0 19 31 0 20 0 1572 1694 357 25 253 359 14 261 08 20686 21963 Total The above table describes that 21963 no of patients treated for various diseases from Apr 12 to Mar 13 in the PHC, which shows that on an average 1830 nos of patients are visiting the PHC per month. This nos encourages us to do more in the field of health services.
  6. 6. Page 6 PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 The below mentioned table speaks about the nos of female and children benefited out of the service provide by the PHC. Patients Treated (Male, Female & Children): Month Patients Total Patients Male Female Children Apr 529 653 396 1578 May 581 681 331 1593 Jun 556 656 390 1602 July 871 1035 579 2485 Aug 810 941 771 2522 Sept 690 832 496 2018 Oct 738 909 496 2143 Nov 657 767 344 1768 Dec 512 652 296 1460 Jan 531 689 275 1495 Feb 539 729 337 1605 Mar 570 728 396 1694 Total 7584 9272 5107 21963 The table mentioned above shows that about 34.53 % of female members and 23.25 % of children out of total patients registered are benefited out of the services provided by the PHC.
  7. 7. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 7 The above graph shows that the PHC is more useful to women community members than others, which also means that the objective behind the function of PHC is in right direction and need some more effort to reach the unreached. Facts and figures of PHC (N) 151 Institutional delivery conducted in the PHC 238 cases referred to Jaleswar hospital for further treatment 694 Indoor patients registered in the PHC 21269 Out Door patients registered in the PHC 75 nos of RTI/STD patients treats in the PHC 443 nos of people availed the ambulance service 210 ANC cases treated at the PHC 1455 nos of patients have carried out their pathological test at the PHC Record of pathological test conducted in PHC: The following table depicts the nos of patients benefited at the PHC for various types of pathological tests.
  8. 8. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Month Stools Urine (General) Urine Bloo (Pregenan d cy) (MP) Blood Blood Page 8 Blood Blood Blood Blood Blood Blood (DC) (FBS/ PPBS) (BTCT) (CRT) (TLC) (HB) (ESR) (Grouping) Total Apr 09 27 0 17 22 0 01 01 07 06 0 0 90 May 16 29 0 19 23 0 0 0 13 06 0 02 108 June 12 25 0 0 13 0 03 03 05 07 0 02 70 July 10 38 0 25 38 0 02 02 0 03 0 126 244 Aug 11 91 0 84 91 01 02 02 0 03 0 06 291 Sept 19 66 0 62 72 02 01 01 02 03 0 05 233 Oct 04 58 0 50 48 01 02 02 0 07 0 05 177 Nov 03 33 0 25 28 0 0 0 01 09 0 04 103 Dec 05 13 0 04 06 0 0 0 0 07 0 06 41 Jan 15 17 0 14 16 0 0 0 0 05 0 06 73 Feb 02 07 0 02 05 0 0 0 0 05 0 04 25 Mar -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- 106 404 0 302 362 04 11 11 28 61 0 166 1455 Total The graph below shows that large nos of patients gone for various types of pathological tests at the PHC which also describes the accessibility of the PHC by the community members of the area.
  9. 9. Page 9 PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Health Extension Activities: Focus Group Discussion: 20 nos of Focus Group Discussions were conducted at various places under the PHC serving area. 553 nos of community members orientated on various aspects of PHC such as NRHM Mission, aim & Objectives of PHC, scope of the PHC, Role of ASHA and AWWs, Malaria awareness, prevention & control, control of STD / RTI, control of Diarrhea, ANC & PNC, safe motherhood tips, promotion of breast feeding, family planning, promotion of institutional delivery system, early management of motherhood problems etc. The details of FGDs organized are given below: Sl . N o Village Venue Total Participants Sl. No Village Venue Total Participants 11 Paschimbad Dt: 21.11.12 Pira Masjit 20 29 12 Chhutkhanpur Dt: 23.11.12 M.E. school 20 42 13 Devkumar Dt: 27.11.12 Gouridi Patna 29 26 1 Devkumar. Dt: 14.09.12 Majhi jena sahi U.P School Jharpipol. Dt: 20.09.12 Mahadev Mandir 2 Kalikapur Dt: 26.09.12 U.G.M.E School 3 4 Rela Dt: 01.10.12 Hurshikesh Nodal Upra Bidyalaya 42 14 Devkumar Dt: 28.11.12 Satagariya Sahi Namkana Dt: 02.10.12 Prathamika Bidyalaya 32 15 Akna Dt: 29.11.12 Majhi Sahi 5 Kantapal Dt: 03.10.12 Anganbadi 6 36 16 Kismat Paschimbad Dt: 30.11.12 Anganbadi Center Baiganbadia Dt: 04.10.12 Prathamika Bidyalaya 36 17 Jharpipol Dt: 22.02.13 Majhi Sahi 7 8 Paschimbad Dt: 16.10.12 Paschimbad U.P School 32 18 Rela Dt: 02.03.13 Acharya Sahi 16 Akna Dt: 17.10.12 Giri Sahi 9 28 19 Baiganbadia Dt: 23.03.13 Mahadev Mandir 23 Ghantiyadi Dt: 16.11.12 Prathamika Bidyalaya 21 20 Namkana Dt: 28.03.13 Patnayak Sahi 19 1 0 Sub Total 318 32 22 21 27 Sub Total 235 Grand Total 553
  10. 10. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Photographs of the Focus Group Discussion: Page 10
  11. 11. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT Page 11 Health Awareness Campaigns: Seven nos of Out Reach Programmes conducted under the PHC at various places in which 196 participants participated & oriented. The details of outreach programme conducted are given below: Sl. N o Village Date Venue Total Participants 1 Kalikapur 23.09.12 Majhi jena sahi 19 2 Kalikapur 26.09.12 Behera Sahi 23 3 Rela 29.09.12 Acharya Sahi 27 4 Ghantiyadi 30.09.12 Sahu Sahi 26 5 02.10.12 Mahadev Mandir 41 6 Baiganbadia Kantapal 07.10.12 Jhadhaswar Saskrit Bidyalaya 32 7 Akna 18.10.12 Palasai U.P School 28 Grand Total 196 RCH MELA Two nos. of Reproductive Child Health (RCH) Mela or camps conducted under the PHC programme. One conducted at Paschimabad on the occasion of Subarnarekha Mahotshab on 7th Jan 2013 whereas the other one conducted at Baiganbadia Panchayat Office, Baiganbadia, Jaleswar on 21st Mar 2013. There are 310 nos and 308 nos of patients treated in the camps respectively. Free health checkup and medicines distributed to the patients on the occasion. Dr. Bishnupriya Dash, Dr. Laxman Jena, Dr. Sapan Kumar Mohanty, Dr. A Islam, Dr. Uttar Kumar Dandapat were present in the RCH camps and checked the patients and medicines were distributed to the patients.
  12. 12. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 12 Diabetes Treatment Camp One Diabetic camp was conducted on 27th Mar 2013 at PHC New Paschimabad. In the camp 102 nos of patients treated. Dr. Pravas Sundar Nayak & Dr. Bishnupriya Das were present on the occasion and treated the Diabetic Patients. IEC BCC WORKSHOP One workshop on IEC BCC conducted at Gram Panchayat Office, Paschimabad on 30th Mar 2013, in which 41 participants attended the programme out of them mostly are ASHA and Anganwadi Workers. The workshop aimed at the skill development of various stakeholders on health education material, advocacy on health rights, the need for coordination to serve the community better. In the workshop Mr. Kabi Prasad Sahu (BPM), DR. Adhip Kumar Bera, Dr. Dayanuidhi Khatua & Sarpanch Mr. Rabi Ray, Mr. Ashwini Kumar Dasadhikari, Mr. Pramod Kumar Bhuyan, Programme Officer, ARM participated in the discussion and oriented other participants on the necessity of Information Education Communication materials and the aspects of Behavioral Change Communication.
  13. 13. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 13 PHC staff in Service: The following staffs are in readiness to serve the people under the PHC area. Sl. No 1 Name Designation Mobile number Dr. Adhip Kumar Bera Medical Officer 09178181012 2 Mr. Pradosh Kumar Chand Project Coodinator 09937600401 3 Mr. Sujay Kumar Das Pharmacist 09937836230 4 Miss Namita Sahoo ANM 09777168414 5 Mr. Parimal Sen Attendant cum Sweeper 07873160964 6 Dr. D ayanidhi Khatua Ayush Doctor (Govt. Appointed) 09776834768 There are also AWWs and the ASHA workers are providing service to the community under the PHC area. The details are given below: Sl. No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 Name Village Designation Mobile number Namita Pattnayak Basanti Barik Asha lata Acharya Priyanka Jena Manjulata Jena Gulubadan Bibi Sarathi Sahu Kanakanjali Mohanty Saraswati Jena Chabi Rani Sahu Jharana Das Ranjulata Majhi Snehalata Jena Minati Pradhan Tapaswani Das Rita rani Mohapatra Champabati Barik Sitamani Giri Sumati Dalai Swarnalata Pradhan Mamata Andia Minakshi Giri Bishnupriya Jena Namkana Devkumar Rela Devkumars Devkumar Paschimbad Paschimbad Chutkhanpur Kalikapur Ghatiyadi Jharpipol Akna Kantapal Baiganbadia Paschimbad Kismat Paschimbad Pirapada Akna Deb Dalaisahi Devkumar Chhotkhanpur Ghantiadi Kalikapur Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha Asha AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW 09938340832 08658061349 08018283030 09237498227 09237342285 09937240805 09937097096 09776544526 08598088790 08457064642 07873349322 09777756939 09583814340 09178231920 09938555573 09668831077 08018228918 09238838763 07873072691 07894025103 08337913096 08456945076 09556946829 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 Annapurna Rana Sumati Dhal Arati Roul Minati Pradhan Banalata Mahana Sangita Mohanty Nirupama Giri Akna Namkana Rela Debkumar Jharpipol Namkana Baiganbadia AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW AWW 09438048827 08457926489 09237333320 09237217938 09178098728 08018539095 09938062773
  14. 14. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 14 The Road Ahead: • • • • • More emphasis needs to be concentrated on the involvement of women community members in the process. Special attention needs to be given to the children in respect of their health and treatment by providing the Child Specialists in the PHC. Infrastructural development needs to be done to accommodate more patients. Equipment along with the skilled manpower need to be provided to the PHC so that better service can be provided to the community. Massive awareness campaigns needs to be carried out in the periphery villages to aware the community about the facilities, services and schemes available to benefit the communities. What they Says……… Damayanti Sahu: Damayanti Sahu aged about 45 of village Devkumar said that, ARM in partnership with Govt. of Odisha now protecting the community from various diseases by providing good health facilities and free medicines to the poor. Basically she praises the effort of providing free medicines those who have no money to purchase medicines for the shop. Sometimes also awareness campaigns taken up PHC helps us to meet the doctor and get the medicines at our doorsteps. Pitamber Pradhan: Pitamber Pradhan aged about 48 of village Devkumar explained his experience with Paschimabad PHC (N). He said when the PHC was managed by Govt. of Odisha, we hardly get any doctor, pharmacist, ANM in the PHC. They always used to remain absent in PHC which really created a lots of difficulty to get the health facility. But after ARM has been tied up with Govt. and taken the responsibility of the PHC, now the things have changed and at least we are getting service in odd hours also which is really very essential for the poor families of the villages. Now health services increased in PHC along with the Ambulance service, which really helped the community to come to the PHC and utilize the services available. Rebati Sahu: Rabati Sahu aged about 30 of Village Paschimabad says that, before the PHC handed over to ARM we faced a lots of problem on our part to get treatment within our periphery. We have to go a long distance and used to spend a lot of money even for small diseases. But after ARM has taken charge of this PHC we are getting quality medical service in time. Thanks to ARM and his efforts which really help us in getting health facilities at our doorstep. Before this building was like a devils house, but now it becomes the most worshiped place for all of us. Because we are getting the service even in the odd hours for everybody starting from children to the old member of our families.
  15. 15. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Page 15 Management Arrangement: NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH MISSION (NRHM) Health Extension Activities in Feeder Area DISTRICT PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT (DPMU) BLOCK PROJECT MANAGEMENT UNIT (BPMU) PRIMARY CENTER HEALTH (PHC) • ALTERNATIVE FOR RURAL MOVEMENT • • • ROGI KALYAN SAMITY (RKS) SubCenter • Increased Health Awareness among the community Community Involvement in the overall process Proper utilization of health services Acceptance by the community Involvement in the decision SUPERVISION FINANCE MANAGEMENT SKILLED HR GKS (12)
  16. 16. PHC ANNUAL PROGRESS REPORT 2012-13 Document Title PRIMARY HEALTH CENTRE(New) AT/PO:Paschimbad Via:Baliapal Dist:Balasore,Odisha-756026 INDIA Mob:9040127260,9238553968,9937600401 Page 16

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