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2017 RPRH Law Accomplishment Report

Status of Report

Region: _________________________

Key Result Areas

KRA 1: Maternal and Neonatal Health

_________________ A.1. No. of LGUs with local policies on maternal and neonatal
health
_________________ A.1.1. No. of Local policies supporting maternal and neonatal
health
_________________ B.1. No. of LGUs that have conducted an activity gathering women
of reproductive age (WRAs) for maternal and neonatal care campaign
_________________ B.1.1No. of Conducted an activity gathering women of reproductive
age (WRAs) for maternal and neonatal care campaign
_________________ B.1.a No. women aged 10-14 who attended activity for maternal &
neonatal care campaign
_________________ B.1.b No. women aged 15-19 who attended activity for maternal &
neonatal care campaign
_________________ B.1.c No. women aged 20 and above who attended activity for
maternal & neonatal care campaign
_________________ B.2. No. of LGUs where all pregnancies of women who delivered
were tracked
_________________ B.2.a Pregnancies of women aged 10-14 who delivered were
tracked
_________________ B.2.b Pregnancies of women aged 15-19 who delivered were
tracked
_________________ B.2.c Pregnancies of women aged 20 and above who delivered
were tracked
_________________ B.3. No. of LGUs where all pregnancies of women who delivered
have birth plans
_________________ B.3.a Pregnancies of women aged 10-14 who delivered have birth
plan
_________________ B.3.b. Pregnancies of women aged 15-19 who delivered have birth
plan
_________________ B.3.c. Pregnancies of women aged 20 and above who delivered
have birth plan
_________________ C.1. No. of health facilities with birthing center that have BEMONC
trained service providers
_________________ C.2. Service providers have completed ICD 10 (International
Classification of Diseases) training
_________________ D.1. No. of LGUs where RHUs/birthing clinics have no stock out of
maternal & newborn emergency supplies (MgSO4, IVF, Oxytocin, Dexamethazone,
Antibiotics)
_________________ E.1. No. of LGUs with Philhealth Maternity Care Package (MCP)-
accredited birthing facility
_________________ E.1.a. Number of Philhealth MCP-accredited birthing facility
_________________ E.2.1. Ratio of public health Doctors to population
_________________ E.2.2. Ratio of public health Nurses to population
_________________ E.2.3. Ratio of public health Midwives to population
_________________ E.2.4. Ratio of public health BHWs to population
_________________ E.3. No. of provinces with Level 1 hospital providing C-section
services
_________________ E.4. No. of provinces with referral mechanism including provision
of emergency transport for mothers & newborn
_________________ E.5. No. of birthing facilities w/ MCP accreditation in covered
municipalities (Philhealth Data)
_________________ E.6. No. of private birthing homes licensed and accredited in all
covered municipalities (Philhealth Data)
_________________ E.6.a. Number of private birthing homes licensed and accredited
per municipality (Philhealth Data)
_________________ F.1. No. of LGUs that conduct maternal death review
_________________ F.1.a. No. of conducted maternal death review
_________________ F.2. No. of LGU that submitted maternal death review report
_________________ F.2.a. No. of submitted maternal death review report
_________________ F.3 No. of LGUs that integrate the Minimum Initial Service Package
(MISP) for Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) in their local Disaster Risk Reduction
and Management Plans (DRRMPs)
_________________ No of deliveries that have been reimbursed by Philhealth
_________________ G.1. Total no. of deliveries
_________________ G.1.a Total no. of deliveries from mothers 10-14 years’ old
_________________ G.1.b Total no. of deliveries from mothers 15-19 years’ old
_________________ G.1.c Total no. of deliveries from mothers 20 Years old and above
_________________ G.2. No. of Deliveries filed for reimbursements from Philhealth
_________________ G.3. No. of Deliveries claims paid by Philhealth

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Recommendations:
KRA 2: Family Planning

_________________ A.1. No. of LGUs with local policies on universal access to FP


_________________ A.1.1. Local policies on universal access to FP
_________________ B.1.1. No. of LGUs with mechanism to track or map unmet need
FP in the public sector
_________________ B.1.2. No. of LGUs with mechanism to track or map unmet need
FP in the private sector
_________________ B.2. Number of women of reproductive age (WRA) with unmet
need on FP identified
_________________ C.1.1. No. of LGUs with public providers trained on Family Planning
Competency-Based Training (FPCBT) 1
_________________ C.1.1.a. Total number of trained public health service providers on
FPCBT 1
_________________ C.1.2. No. of LGUs with private providers trained on FPCBT 1
_________________ C.1.2.a. Total number of trained private health service providers on
FPCBT 1
_________________ C.2.1. No. of LGUs with public providers trained on FPCBT 2
_________________ C.2.1.a. Total number of trained public health service providers on
FPCBT 2
_________________ C.2.2. No. of LGUs with private providers trained on FPCBT 2
_________________ C.2.2.a. Total number of trained private health service providers on
FPCBT 2
_________________ C.3.1. No. of provinces with public hospitals providing BTL MLLA
services
_________________ C.3.2. No. of provinces with private hospitals providing BTL MLLA
services
_________________ D.1.1. No. of LGUs that regularly submit commodity consumption
reports from public providers (w/ detailed breakdown of commodities consumed)
_________________ D.1.2. No. of private facility that regularly submit commodity
consumption reports from private providers (w/ detailed breakdown of commodities
consumed)
_________________ D.2. No. of RHUs with no stock-out of contraceptives in the last six
months (pills, IUD, DMPA, condom)
_________________ E.1. No. of LGUs that provide post-partum FP services to WRAs
with unmet need on modern FP
_________________ E.1.a. No. of new acceptors of modern FP methods through post-
partum FP
_________________ E.2. No. of LGUs that conduct FP outreach missions for WRAs with
unmet need on FP
_________________ E.2.a. No. of new acceptors of modern FP methods through
outreach missions
_________________ E.3. No. of provinces with functional service delivery network (SDN)
on FP services (w/referral mechanism & clients served)
_________________ F.1. No. of LGUs whose FP data have undergone data quality
check (DQC)
_________________ F.2.a. No. of LGUs with budget allocation on FP
_________________ F.2.b. Total budget allocation on FP
_________________ F.3.1. No. of LGUs where public facilities are submitting claims for
FP services
_________________ F.3.1.a. Number of Public facilities submitting claims for FP
services
_________________ F.3.2. No. of LGUs where private facilities are submitting claims for
FP services
_________________ F.3.1.a. Number of private facilities submitting claims for FP
services
_________________ F.4.1. All claims of public facilities on FP reimbursed by Philhealth
_________________ F.4.1.a. Percentage of claims of public facilities on FP reimbursed
by Philhealth

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KRA 3: Adolescent Sexual and Reproductive Health

_________________ A.1. No. of LGUs with local policies on ASRH services


_________________ A.1.a. No. of Local policies supporting ASRH services
_________________ B.1. No. of LGUs that conducting ASRH IEC activities
_________________ B.1.a. Number of Reported IEC Activities
_________________ B.2.a. No. of Adolescents aged 10-14 reached by ASRH IEC
Activities
_________________ B.2.b. No. of Adolescents Aged 15-19 reached by ASRH IEC
Activities
_________________ C.1. No. of LGUs with trained health service provider on ASRH
_________________ C.1.1. No. of LGUs with Health Service provider trained on AJA
_________________ C.1.2. No. of LGUs with Health Service provider trained on Healthy
Young Ones
_________________ C.2. No. of LGUs with peer educators trained on ASRH
_________________ C.2.a. Total number of peer educators trained on ASRH
_________________ E.1. No. of adolescent friendly health facility based on DOH
standards
_________________ E.2.1.a No. of adolescents aged 10-14 who accessed/availed of
ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (referred by peer educator)
_________________ E.2.1.b No. of adolescents aged 15-19 who accessed/availed of
ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (referred by peer educator)
_________________ E.2.2.a No. of adolescents aged 10-14 who accessed/availed of
ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (not referred by peer
educator)
_________________ E.2.1.b No. of adolescents aged 15-19 who accessed/availed of
ASRH counselling, iron supplementation, HPV immunization (not referred by peer
educator)
_________________ F.1. No. of LGU with functional SDN for ASRH information and
Services
_________________ F.1.a. No. of Functional SDN for ASRH information and Services

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KRA4: STI HIV/AIDS

_________________ A.1. No. of LGUs with Local AIDS Ordinance


_________________ A.1.a No. of Local AIDS Ordinance
_________________ A.2. No. of offices/agencies/companies have existing policies on
HIV and AIDS (DOLE/CSC data)
_________________ B.1. No. of LGUs conducting vulnerability assessment
_________________ B.2. Number of KAP who availed of free condoms and lubricants
_________________ B.3. No. of Offices/ agencies/companies that have existing
HIV/AIDS education in the workplace program (DOLE/CSC data)
_________________ C.1. No. of Available HIV Service Delivery Network
_________________ C.2. No. of Schools have trained educators of HIV/AIDS courses
(DEPED DATA)
_________________ C.3. No. of HIV testing service-providing facilities with staff trained
on HIV counseling and testing (HCT) (DOH DATA)
_________________ C.4. No. of Hospitals with trained and functioning HIV/AIDS Core
Teams (HACT) (DOH DATA)
_________________ D. No of treatment hubs and satellite treatment hubs with ARV
stock-out
_________________ D.1. Social hygiene clinics with stock-out of HIV test kits
_________________ D.2. Social hygiene clinics with stock-out of condoms
_________________ D.3. Social hygiene clinics with stock-out of lubricants
_________________ D.4. Social hygiene clinics with stock-out of STI drugs
_________________ D.5. No of Treatment hubs and satellite treatment hubs have no
ARV stock-out (DOH DATA)
_________________ E.1. Availability of facility that provide HIV testing
_________________ E.1.a. Number of Facility that provide HIV testing
_________________ E.2. Total number of young female key affected population tested
and know their status
_________________ E.2.a. Number of young male key affected population tested and
know their status
_________________ E.2.b. Number of young female key affected population tested and
know their status
_________________ E.3. No of satellite treatment hub per high risk city (DOH DATA)
_________________ F.1. Amount of HIV related investment or expenditure of LGU
_________________ F.2. Percentage of PLHIV on ART in treatment hubs enrolled in
PHIC (DOH Data)

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KRA5: Gender Based-Violence

_________________ A.1. No. of LGUs with issuance or amended local policies that
address VAW/ GBV within the reporting period
_________________ A.2. Number of local policies that address VAW/ GBV
_________________ A.3. No. of LGUs with Local GAD Code
_________________ B.1. No. of LGUs that conduct IEC/ awareness campaign on VAW/
GBV (for example 18-day Campaign to End VAW)
_________________ B.1.a. Number of Reported IEC Activities
_________________ B.2. No. of women reached by IEC/ awareness campaign on VAW/
GBV
_________________ B.3. No. of men reached by IEC/ awareness campaign on VAW/
GBV
_________________ C.1. No. of LGUs with public and private providers trained on 4Rs
(recognizing, recording, reporting and referring) of VAWC
_________________ C.1.a. Total number of trained public providers on 4Rs
_________________ C.1.b. Total number of trained private providers on 4Rs
_________________ C.2.a with public providers trained on other VAWC
programs/modules aside from 4Rs
_________________ C.2.b with private providers trained on other VAWC
programs/modules aside from 4Rs
_________________ C.2. No. of LGUs with established women and children protection
program [WCPP] (w/ dedicated coordinator, plan budget, trained on 4Rs)
_________________ C.3. No. of LGUs with functional crisis intervention centers/
temporary shelters/ halfway houses/ centers for VAW/ GBV victim-survivors
_________________ C.4. No. of provinces with public and private hospitals w/ functional
women and children protection unit [WCPU] (w/ coordinator, multi-disciplinary team
[MDT]- trained provider, plan budget)
_________________ E.1. increasing Disposition rate of VAW cases filed in court (PNP
data)
_________________ E.1.a. Total number of VAWC reported cases (PNP data)
_________________ E.1.b.1 Number of VAWC cases filed in court (PNP data)
_________________ E.1.b.2 Number of VAWC cases resolved (DOJ data) national data
_________________ F.1. No. of LGUs with functional LCAT-VAWC
_________________ F.2. No. of LGUs with Barangays that have functional VAW Desks
_________________ F.3. No. of Schools that have Child Protection Committees (DepEd
Data)

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