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Health Sector Goals and Objectives



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10.4Health Sector Goals and Objectives


When planning its activities, the District will put health promotion, disease prevention and care of patients, among its priorities. This will be achieved through the following specific goals and objectives:
Table 10.42 Health Sector Goals and Objectives

Goals

Objectives

To improve efficiency and cost effectiveness of health care delivery

To increase the number of IMCI trainees personnel in Kgatleng District from 2% to 65%

To train health workers on IPT in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase EPI coverage in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase the number of pharmacy technicians in Kgatleng from 2 to 8

To ensure that health facilities in Kgatleng District are all equipped.

To ensure that all the health facilities in Kgatleng District are supplied with enough drugs timely, regularly, and in sufficient quantities.



To ensure equitable distribution of resources

To make sure that registered nurses will have been provided to all the health facilities in Kgatleng District.

To provide basic amenities i.e. electricity through photovoltaic installations, proper waste management etc in health facilities to remote parts of Kgatleng.



To improve the quality of health care

To intensify supervision of health facilities in Kgatleng

To have 90% of communities in Kgatleng District well informed on the ongoing programmes such as EPI, PMTCT, IPT, ARVs, TB, school health programmes, etc.

To improve standard of some health facilities


To train appropriate skilled personnel


To train all doctors and nurses in Kgatleng District in data collection and handling

To train all nurses in Kgatleng District on drug management.

To have all nurses and Family Welfare Educators in Kgatleng District well informed on growth monitoring.


To strengthen community participation

To train all health workers in Kgatleng District on public relations.

To create health awareness to 50% of the community in Kgatleng District

To revive 60% of the village health committees


To improve the standard of environmental health in the district in order to avoid the incidence of preventable and communicable diseases

To provide proper sanitary facilities



10.5Framework For Strategic Environmental Assessment

10.5.1Evaluation of Environmental Key Issues with Sector Goals and Objectives


Table 10.43 Goals, Objectives, Environmental Key Issues and Impacts

Goals

Objectives

Environmental Key Issues

Impacts

To improve efficiency and cost effectiveness of health care delivery


To increase the number of IMCI trainees personnel in Kgatleng District from 2% to 65%

To train health workers on IPT in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase EPI coverage in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase the number of pharmacy technicians in Kgatleng from 2 to 8

To ensure that health facilities in Kgatleng District are all equipped.

To ensure that all the health facilities in Kgatleng District are supplied with enough drugs timely, regularly, and in sufficient quantities.



None

N/A

To ensure equitable distribution of resources

To make sure that registered nurses will have been provided to all the health facilities in Kgatleng District.

To provide basic amenities i.e. electricity through photovoltaic installations, proper waste management etc in health facilities to remote parts of Kgatleng.



None

N/A

To improve the quality of health care

To intensify supervision of health facilities in Kgatleng

To have 90% of communities in Kgatleng District well informed on the ongoing programmes such as EPI, PMTCT, IPT, ARVs, TB, school health programmes, etc.


To improve standard of some health facilities

Land

Natural Resource utilisation




Pressure on land

Loss vegetation

Soil erosion

Over extraction of sand and gravel



To train appropriate skilled personnel


To train all doctors and nurses in Kgatleng District in data collection and handling

To train all nurses in Kgatleng District on drug management.

To have all nurses and Family Welfare Educators in Kgatleng District well informed on growth monitoring.


None

N/A

To strengthen community participation

To train all health workers in Kgatleng District on public relations.

To create health awareness to 50% of the community in Kgatleng District

To revive 60% of the village health committees


None

N/A

To improve the standard of environmental health in the district in order to avoid the incidence of preventable and communicable diseases

To provide proper sanitary facilities

Pollution and Waste Management

Land


Water Supply

Natural Resource Utilisation



Air pollution

Pressure on land demand

Loss of vegetation

Land Degradation

Over extraction of sand and gravel




10.5.2Evaluation of Sector Policies and Programmes


Table 10.44 Goals, Objectives, Policies/Programmes and Impacts

Goals

Objectives

Policies/Programs

Impacts

To improve efficiency and cost effectiveness of health care delivery


To increase the number of IMCI trainees personnel in Kgatleng District from 2% to 65%

To train health workers on IPT in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase EPI coverage in Kgatleng District from 75% to 95%

To increase the number of pharmacy technicians in Kgatleng from 2 to 8

To ensure that health facilities in Kgatleng District are all equipped.

To ensure that all the health facilities in Kgatleng District are supplied with enough drugs timely, regularly, and in sufficient quantities.



National Health Policy

Success rate in terms of training is fair to good in the district, in terms of training

To ensure equitable distribution of resources

To make sure that registered nurses will have been provided to all the health facilities in Kgatleng District.

To provide basic amenities i.e. electricity through photovoltaic installations, proper waste management etc in health facilities to remote parts of Kgatleng.



National Health Policy

The district has done much in ensuring equitable distribution of resources and will continue to do the same during DDP 6.

To improve the quality of health care

To intensify supervision of health facilities in Kgatleng

To have 90% of communities in Kgatleng District well informed on the ongoing programmes such as EPI, PMTCT, IPT, ARVs, TB, school health programmes, etc. and encourage them to use them.

To improve standard of some health facilities


National Health Policy

National HIV/AIDS Policy



So much has been done and a lot is still being done in terms of the fight against HIV/AIDS through the district Multi-Sectoral AIDS committee (DMSAC).

To train appropriate skilled personnel


To train all doctors and nurses in Kgatleng District in data collection and handling

To train all nurses in Kgatleng District on drug management.

To have all nurses and Family Welfare Educators in Kgatleng District well informed on growth monitoring.


National Health Policy

Much has been and is being done.

To strengthen community participation

To train all health workers in Kgatleng District on public relations.

To create health awareness to 50% of the community in Kgatleng District

To revive 60% of the village health committees


National Health Policy

National HIV/AIDS Policy



Every village in the district has the Village Health committee and the Village Multi-Sectoral AIDS Committee. These are meant to emphasise community participation.

To improve the standard of environmental health in the district in order to avoid the incidence of preventable and communicable diseases

To provide proper sanitary facilities

Waste Management Act

National HIV/AIDS Policy



Waste management in the district is not much of a problem except that there are no sanitary facilities for food handling and disposal of clinical waste.





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