IHR, Cross border and KM focal point already assigned at national level and is functioning (100%).
Q2: One MOH-WHO joint press release on Preventive Information about MERS-CoV
Q3: Three MOH-WHO joint press release on :
1-Questions and answers related to Ebola Virus Disease
2-Enhanced Precautionary Measures Against Ebola Virus Disease and MERS-CoV
3-World Rabies Day in Cambodia 2014: Rabies remain a public health issue
-CLV IHR focal point meeting on 10-September, 2014 at Siem Reap.
-One health approach 11-12 September, 2014 at Siem Reap.
-Cross border meeting between Cambodia and Viet Nam on 2-3 October, 2014 at An Giang.
- CDC2 project web page have been developed and published by integrated with CDC website.
- KM Team have been established under EA.
- KM inventory list and contact directory already made and updated. These documents also posted to CDC2 project web page.
- KM products (Reports, IEC, Poster, guideline,&etc.) have been uploaded to CDC website.
- Photos of project activities have been uploaded to ADB-CDC2 flickr as recommend by RCU.
Recommendation: Each MOH conducts regional technical forum at least once a year
4 joint press release have been shared through CDC website (Ebola, MERS-CoV, and Rabies) including sex disaggregation.
Recommendation: Number of MOH exchange information on disease outbreaks as per International Health Regulations (IHR), including gender-disaggregated data
Delayed. 10 project provinces are applying 8 criteria of APSED. Their qualities and completeness are still limited and need to improve
Recommendation: National assessment was performed in 2012. Mission suggested to collect the data disaggregated by project province.
4 border provinces were selected (Takeo, Stung Treng, Rattanakiri and Svay Rieng) for piloting the information exchange at local level in Q4, 2014.
All training guideline and material including gender and IP focus, approved by MoH. Training report templates were designed with sex disaggregated and IP.
Recommendation: PCU need to list all the training materials used under project financing.
The project has identified 180 villages. Village Management Group in 90 villages trained on core CDC topics.
Simulation exercise between Stung Treng and Champasak planned to conduct in December 2014.
Q2: 53 female among 195 newly selected VMGs
Q3: 71 female among 226 newly selected VMGs
Among VMG with 7 members, 1 male and 1 female are the 2 members of Village Health Support Group (VHSG).
180 VHSGs from 90 villages have been trained so far.
Q2: 20%, 99 among 499 VMG trainees received over 80% of total score in each training.
Q3: 21%, 106 among 517 trainees got over 80% of total score in each training.
Recommendation: This indicator will be measured at the end of the project.
Proportion of VMG including VHSG in target villages achieved 80% of 11 competencies
(11competencies include vector control, environmental cleanliness, personal hygiene, use of safe water, use of clean pit latrine, vaccination, danger signs of childhood illnesses, danger signs of maternal complications, basic treatment of fever, diarrhea and worms, referral arrangements)
Round 1: 93.94%
(Children & Women)
Round 2: Q4 2014
Percent of women of child-bearing age who received Mebendazole
Percent of pre-school aged children 12 to 59 months received Mebendazole
1004 /1004 of RRT staff have been trained by the project.
WHO has financed 20 applied epidemiology training scholarships for rapid response team members nationwide (8 in 10 project provinces)
57.4% are female (Total RRT is 1004 from 10 project provinces)
Recommendation: Proportion of RRT trained in target provinces achieved 70% of basic competencies in CDC
(Basic competencies depending on assignment include skills in lab, RRT, IEC, immunization, surveillance and other CDC related skill).
CDC department will develop a questionnaire to measure the competency level.
Provincial staff prepares result based planning in accordance with MoH planning guidelines.
Recommendation: Use the result of bi-annually evaluation of provincial planning conducted by MoH department of planning
Contract signed on 19-August, 2014.
AOP supports the role of MoH-Gender Mainstreaming Action Group (GMAG) and funds this work at the national level. Specific activities are budgeted at each level of AOP 2014.
Recommendation: Review provincial AOP focusing on (i). Border village, (ii). Cross border (iii). Gender (iv). Ethnic group (v). In-service training
Gender action plan implementation is documented.