Vision 2020 Philippines

Information about Vision 2020 Philippines

Published on August 2, 2014

Author: mav_1164



PAO Sight Preservation Committee: PAO Sight Preservation Committee Guiding Principles for Action Plans: Guiding Principles for Action Plans I: Integrated. VISION 2020 should not stand alone but wherever possible should be integrated into district-level health services. S: Sustainable . Eye-care services need to be ongoing and long-term ( financial and personnel resources). It is also necessary to acknowledge that we cannot always expect self- sustainability, and sometimes it is simply necessary to provide for people in very poor areas. E: Equitable. Eye-care services should be available to all sectors of society. E: Excellence. High-quality clinical and non-clinical care is essential. Poor quality services, either clinical or non-clinical, should not be offered simply because people cannot pay. National V2020 Action Plan: National V2020 Action Plan Focus on creating the necessary facilities, infrastructure, and human resources for successful implementation of the district level plans. Address constraints common to all districts or those related to policy or structure of the lack thereof (incl. M & E, publicity and promotion of V 2020 activities) District V2020 Action Plans: District V2020 Action Plans Sometimes formulated first as this will provide the national V2020 committee with valuable details… Should concentrate on the operational aspects to improve the output of eyecare services who should do what, Where when District planning : District planning Health Planning and Implementation Cycle PowerPoint Presentation: Situational Analysis Priorities, goals, targets Organization, management Monitoring & evaluation Forward planning feedback 1. Situational Analysis: 1. Situational Analysis Assess Needs: identify the important preventable and/or treatable causes of blindness and visual loss in the area Output of eye-care services and constraints to service delivery Uptake at both the clinic and community levels How developed and functional are outreach services in the area? Human resources and training capacity : How adequate are existing staff skills ? What additional skills are required? Situation Analysis (con’t.): Situation Analysis ( con’t .) Infrastructure (facilities, equipment, supplies). What is available, in what condition? How regularly? Are there periods of shortages? Existing community participation . Who, how? Existing management system . Who does what? What data are currently being collected? What indicators are being used? Channels of communication. Assessment of Human Resource: Assessment of Human Resource ophthalmologists/eye doctors a) who perform cataract surgery b) who do not perform cataract surgery full-time eye workers who are not ophthalmologists or eye doctors, e.g. nurses, assistants optometrists/ refractionists /opticians primary eye-care workers community workers allied eye-health workers (not directly involved in clinical care). 2. Problems, Goals, Targets: 2. Problems, Goals, Targets Constraints and proposed actions-  building blocks for the action plan SMART “If the ideal is not feasible, make the feasible the ideal” 3. Strategies: 3. Strategies Determine the specific activities and interventions for each targeted disease Example, Train 1-2 schoolteachers/school with the use of a simple screening chart . PowerPoint Presentation: The sub-activities in this example could be: get support of the district education officer develop a simple screening methodology that can be used by teachers develop training materials develop a school eye-screening kit develop a monitoring and evaluation system train teachers in the use of the screening method organize a referral system to ophthalmic assistants arrange for a regular supply of spectacles. 4. Monitoring & Evaluation: 4. Monitoring & Evaluation 2 Main purposes: To help all partners to track progress towards the objectives set in the V2020 national & district plans. To raise awareness of the problem of global blindness. Use VISION 2020 global database indicators as a model. 5. Forward Planning: 5. Forward Planning Determine what might happen or what did happen as a result of plan implementation. How has this affected the current situation? What adjustments need to be made? PowerPoint Presentation: Situational Analysis Priorities, goals, targets Organization, management Monitoring & evaluation Forward planning feedback Setting Priorities: Setting Priorities Greatest impact with least demand on resources High visibility Building viable and functional infrastructure Data guidelines Integration of primary eye care (PEC) into primary health care (PHC) Ensuring sustainability Quality of visual outcomes: Quality of visual outcomes Community participation Equity Quality of services

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