Intensified Pulse Polio   ImmunizationDistrict Immunization, Child Health& Nutrition Management Unit                      ...
IPPI _ 2013o drops for polio, every child, every time  January 20th & February 24th
Give 2 drops
Background• [PPI] Program is the largest  endeavor.• PPI is a gigantic program to  control Poliomyelitis which is  one of ...
Goal• Eradication of Poliomyelitis
Reach every CHILD
Objective• REPLACEMENT OF HARMFUL WILD  POLIO VIRUS IN THE COMMUNITY
Strategy• INTENSIFIED PULSE POLIO  IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME Children to be covered this year 5,26,058
Cover all HTR areas
What is PPI1. SIMULTANEOUS2. SUDDEN3. MASS IMMUNIZATION4. TO ALL CHILDREN OF 0-59   MONTHS OF AGE5. ON FIXED DATE6. THROUG...
What is IPPI?1. Followed by2. Intensive H2H search3. With Immunization of   missed children4. Immunization of children in ...
GPEI _ 2010 - 2012
Don’t forget to ink mark
Strategic Planning• Developing a plan of action• Publicity and mass  awareness• Management of vaccination  day• Managing t...
Issues of concern• India is at the fringe of  eradication of polio.• HOWEVER• Complacency• Serious immunization gaps• Inad...
Challenge • The biggest challenge is to contain   the spread of polio virus,   especially in the urban areas,   slums, and...
No more of this . . .
Lacunae• Sense of emergency and sense of  commitment on the part of all the  concerned health workers as observed  in the ...
Lacunae• It may be observed that there is  symptom of fatigue in the entire system  now.• It is difficult to motivate the ...
Lacunae Preparations begin too late Vaccines distributed too late Inadequate awareness about PPI in  masses Inadequate...
Reach every CHILD
Lacunae _ Preparatory Phase• Micro planning      1. Not updated                      2. Poor focus on                     ...
Implementation StageBooth activity     Booths not planned in                   certain areas                   Less team...
Implementation phase• Booth activity & H2H activity is  poorly planned & supervised in  border areas (Inter state &  distr...
Implementation StageSupervision         Poor by route                   supervisors (No route                   maps)H2H ...
Suggestions• Quality is to be improved,  especially in urban areas• Prior preparation of action plan  with map need to be ...
Suggestions• Efficiency in utilization of available  resources to be improved• Better planning & Proper  implementation pl...
House marking is very essential
Suggestions• Strengthening of training process• Stress on VVM, CCM, Proper  house marking• Strengthening the supervisory  ...
Suggestions•   Focus on HRGs•   Urban slums•   Nomads•   Brick kilns•   Construction sites•   Congregation sites
Take home message• Update your MAPs• Update the HRGs status• Develop sense of commitment• Be proud to be part of eradicati...
Make every effort to cover HRGs/HRPs
Take home messages• Focus on Quality• Train on Proper House marking,  VVM, Tally marking, Ink marking• Involve Rotary club...
Surveillance is very important
Take home messages• Rejuvenate yourself• Motivate UR self & Others• Develop sense of commitment• Use the opportunity to de...
Take home message• Plan, & Micro plan• Because• Failing to PLAN• Is• Planning to FAIL
Reach every CHILD
Reach every CHILD
Take home message • Propel India towards   victory in war against   Polio
Childrento be covered this year5,26,058
Need of the hour …      Is to develop ownership,      commitment, dedication      to further enhance      focus and momen...
What isexpectedfrom U . . .   •   Booth activityMeticulous     •   H 2 H activityplanning       •   Transit site activity ...
What isexpectedfrom U . . .   •  SupervisionMeticulous     •  Mapping of areasplanning       •  Training               •  ...
Cold chain management1.Keep in touch with AE, APTRANSCO2.Get your generators ready & repaired3.No sessions on 18th Saturda...
MappingPHCSAMPLEMAP
MappingSAMPLEMAPOFSUPERVISOR
MAPPINGSAMPLEMAPOFTEAM
FORM 1     Manpower Planning formFORM 2     Vaccine & Cold chain Planning formFORM 3     Logistics & Transport Planning fo...
Dr. Anil Kumar KorrapatiDistrict Immunization and Child Health Manager,KURNOOL
IPPI - Kurnool
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IPPI - Kurnool

  1. 1. Intensified Pulse Polio ImmunizationDistrict Immunization, Child Health& Nutrition Management Unit Kurnool
  2. 2. IPPI _ 2013o drops for polio, every child, every time January 20th & February 24th
  3. 3. Give 2 drops
  4. 4. Background• [PPI] Program is the largest endeavor.• PPI is a gigantic program to control Poliomyelitis which is one of the seven vaccine preventable disease.• PPI in India launched in December, 1995
  5. 5. Goal• Eradication of Poliomyelitis
  6. 6. Reach every CHILD
  7. 7. Objective• REPLACEMENT OF HARMFUL WILD POLIO VIRUS IN THE COMMUNITY
  8. 8. Strategy• INTENSIFIED PULSE POLIO IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME Children to be covered this year 5,26,058
  9. 9. Cover all HTR areas
  10. 10. What is PPI1. SIMULTANEOUS2. SUDDEN3. MASS IMMUNIZATION4. TO ALL CHILDREN OF 0-59 MONTHS OF AGE5. ON FIXED DATE6. THROUGHT THE COUNTRY
  11. 11. What is IPPI?1. Followed by2. Intensive H2H search3. With Immunization of missed children4. Immunization of children in HRGs5. Immunization of children in transit
  12. 12. GPEI _ 2010 - 2012
  13. 13. Don’t forget to ink mark
  14. 14. Strategic Planning• Developing a plan of action• Publicity and mass awareness• Management of vaccination day• Managing the immunization post• Managing H2H search
  15. 15. Issues of concern• India is at the fringe of eradication of polio.• HOWEVER• Complacency• Serious immunization gaps• Inadequate RI
  16. 16. Challenge • The biggest challenge is to contain the spread of polio virus, especially in the urban areas, slums, and areas with migratory population and difficult to reach areas. • Ensuring coverage of all children under five years from apartments, slums, hard to reach areas shall be our priority this time.
  17. 17. No more of this . . .
  18. 18. Lacunae• Sense of emergency and sense of commitment on the part of all the concerned health workers as observed in the first 4 or 5 years of PPI program are now on the wane.• This is quite natural because it is too much taxing on the nerve of any human being to be continuously subject to such an emergency for years.
  19. 19. Lacunae• It may be observed that there is symptom of fatigue in the entire system now.• It is difficult to motivate the thousands of workers for the same type of dedication on their part as observed in the beginning of the program.
  20. 20. Lacunae Preparations begin too late Vaccines distributed too late Inadequate awareness about PPI in masses Inadequate distribution of vaccines and manpower to the centres Long lines at vaccination centres Posts open late or not open during lunch hours for working parents Team members not clear about their duties Inadequate supervision & monitoring Inadequate feed back
  21. 21. Reach every CHILD
  22. 22. Lacunae _ Preparatory Phase• Micro planning 1. Not updated 2. Poor focus on HRGs• Trainings 1. Quality poor especially • VVM, • CCM, • House marking• Logistics support  Satisfactory
  23. 23. Implementation StageBooth activity Booths not planned in certain areas Less team members Poor mobile team activityH2H activity Poor knowledge in house marking Non uniform distribution of teams Irregular distribution of workload
  24. 24. Implementation phase• Booth activity & H2H activity is poorly planned & supervised in border areas (Inter state & district).
  25. 25. Implementation StageSupervision  Poor by route supervisors (No route maps)H2H activity • Less involvement of other line departments •No active participation of NGOs_IMA, Rotary
  26. 26. Suggestions• Quality is to be improved, especially in urban areas• Prior preparation of action plan with map need to be updated• Based on action plan & Route maps more booths & teams to be allotted• Better cooperation with Municipal, UHCs, ICDS authorities
  27. 27. Suggestions• Efficiency in utilization of available resources to be improved• Better planning & Proper implementation plan to be prepared• Team members familiar with the area should be deployed in the booth
  28. 28. House marking is very essential
  29. 29. Suggestions• Strengthening of training process• Stress on VVM, CCM, Proper house marking• Strengthening the supervisory mechanism• Mobile teams to be sensitized about their importance
  30. 30. Suggestions• Focus on HRGs• Urban slums• Nomads• Brick kilns• Construction sites• Congregation sites
  31. 31. Take home message• Update your MAPs• Update the HRGs status• Develop sense of commitment• Be proud to be part of eradication process of Polio• Focus on border areas (Inter state, Inter districts)
  32. 32. Make every effort to cover HRGs/HRPs
  33. 33. Take home messages• Focus on Quality• Train on Proper House marking, VVM, Tally marking, Ink marking• Involve Rotary clubs where ever available• Use this window of opportunity to sensitize the community about RI activities
  34. 34. Surveillance is very important
  35. 35. Take home messages• Rejuvenate yourself• Motivate UR self & Others• Develop sense of commitment• Use the opportunity to develop your strategic planning skills• Do not get fatigued
  36. 36. Take home message• Plan, & Micro plan• Because• Failing to PLAN• Is• Planning to FAIL
  37. 37. Reach every CHILD
  38. 38. Reach every CHILD
  39. 39. Take home message • Propel India towards victory in war against Polio
  40. 40. Childrento be covered this year5,26,058
  41. 41. Need of the hour …  Is to develop ownership, commitment, dedication to further enhance focus and momentum gained.  Any distraction or loss of quality at this stage will imperil all the strenuous efforts made to date, and risk failure at the brink of success
  42. 42. What isexpectedfrom U . . . • Booth activityMeticulous • H 2 H activityplanning • Transit site activity • Activity in HR & US areas • Activity in – Brick kilns, – construction sites, – congregation sites, – urban areas
  43. 43. What isexpectedfrom U . . . • SupervisionMeticulous • Mapping of areasplanning • Training • Vaccine, Cold chain maintenance, logistics, transportation. • IEC/Social mobilization • Recording & Reporting • Review of microplans
  44. 44. Cold chain management1.Keep in touch with AE, APTRANSCO2.Get your generators ready & repaired3.No sessions on 18th Saturday4.Ice/Ice packs preparation5.Keep thermostat at maximum
  45. 45. MappingPHCSAMPLEMAP
  46. 46. MappingSAMPLEMAPOFSUPERVISOR
  47. 47. MAPPINGSAMPLEMAPOFTEAM
  48. 48. FORM 1 Manpower Planning formFORM 2 Vaccine & Cold chain Planning formFORM 3 Logistics & Transport Planning formFORM 4 A Booth Planning templateFORM 4 B H 2 H Planning templateFORM 4 c Transit Point PlanningFORM 4 D High Risk Area planning form Mobile team planning formFORM 5 Daily Miking FormatFORM 6 Checklist for Preparing/Reviewing MicroplansFORM 7 A Supervisors checklist for Booth activityFORM 7 B Supervisors tally sheetFORM 8 B X marked houses information sheetFORM 8 C Tally sheet for booth/Transit/mobileFORM 8 D Tally sheet for H 2 H activityFORM 9 A Daily supervisor reporting formatFORM 9 B MO daily reporting formatHRA Template for HRA Listing
  49. 49. Dr. Anil Kumar KorrapatiDistrict Immunization and Child Health Manager,KURNOOL

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