Funded Initiatives for MoH - Reproductive Health

Initiative Contributions for MoH - Reproductive Health

#IndicatorContributionDescriptionFiscal Year
1$5m is allocated for family planning (FP) supplies (FP2020)RH Commodity budgeta) Ensured that the RH commodities budget is approved and reflected in the FY 2014/2015 Ministerial Health Policy Statement (pg 159) Vote 116, vote function Output 085915 supply of reproductive health items b) Ensured that the RH commodities budget is included in the MoH Workplan2014/2015
2Annual review of country’s needs conducted and funding gaps identified (FP2020)Commission of Forecast and Quantification processa) Commissioned the process of forecasting and quantification b) Convening FP/RHCS quarterly meetings c) Convening the MCH cluster meeting d) Providing status updates to stakeholders2014/2015
3Reproductive Health(RH) sub-account created and is operational (FP2020)RH Sub AccountEnsure that the RH sub account is created and operational under the National Health Accounts2014/2015
4CME guidelines updated and health workers mentored on use of ACS, CHX, MgSo4, Uterotonics (UNCoLSC 2013)MeetingsWith support from UNFPA and Amref and WHO, held meetings to assess gaps in the CME service guidelines and align to WHO standards2014/2015
5Health workers in hard to reach areas trained on basic EmONC (EWEC2011)Training of Health WorkersWith support from UNFPA, the Ministry of Health has trained and bonded at least 376 midwives to their health facilities in the 7 districts of Kanungu, Mubende, Moroto, Katakwi, Kotido, Kaabong, Oyam and Yumbe2014/2015
6$5m is allocated for family planning (FP) supplies (FP2020)RH Commodity Budget Linea) Through its efforts, ensured that the RH budget line was approved and reflected in the Ministerial Policy Statement (FY 2015/16) and MoH Annual WorkPlan. For the FY 2015/16, USD $ 2,446,937 has been allocated and having a funding gap of USD $ 2,553,062 b) Provided the technical guidance and leadership to local implementing partners active in RH related activities 2015/2016
7Annual review of country’s needs conducted and funding gaps identified (FP2020)Commission of updatesa) Commissioned the process of forecasting and quantification b) Convening FP/RHCS quarterly meetings c) Convening the MCH cluster meeting d) Providing status updates to stakeholders2015/2016
8Reproductive Health(RH) sub-account created and is operational (FP2020)Operationa RH sub accountEnsure that the RH sub account is created and operational under the National Health Accounts. Undertook data collection for two years FY 2012/13 and FY 2013/14 and in process of finalising the reports2015/2016
9All health centres provide basic EmONC services (EWEC2011)Procurement of EmONC suppliesMoH (RH Division) with support from UNFPA and World Bank have procured and supplied all facilities with EmONC equipment and trained the health workers on the basic EmONC.2015/2016
10Annual review of country’s needs conducted and funding gaps identified (FP2020)Convened technical Working groups to review the needs and funding gaps• Convened Family Planning/ Reproductive Health Commodity Security (FP/RHCS) and Medicines Procurement and management technical working group meetings in March to review the needs and funding gaps • Convene annual stakeholders meeting to review progress to the FP2020 London summit commitments 2015/2016
11Service delivery standards amended to widened services at Health Centre IIs (UNCoLSC 2013)Provided technical assistance• Hired a consultant to review the Uganda Clinical Guidelines and Essential Medicines list with a Human rights based approach. In addition, An Addendum to the Uganda Clinical Guidelines on provision of FP services was developed.2015/2016
12Policy on task shifting in place (UNCoLSC 2013)Provided technical assistance• Provides leadership to the task sharing advisory committee. • The SRHR Guidelines are in place and disseminated widely across the districts 2015/2016
13Implementation research conducted and findings disseminated (UNCoLSC 2013)Provided technical assistanceMoH Regularly held FP/RHCS quarter meetings and Medicines procurement and management TWG2015/2016
14Skilled health workers recruited for hard to reach areas (EWEC2011)Midwives EnrollementMoH Recruited 120 enrolled midwives under the RMNCH trust fund in 30 selected districts. 2015/2016
15All health centres provide basic EmONC services (EWEC2011)Procurement and Supply of EmONC equipmentMinistry of Health With support from UNFPA and World Bank have procured and supplied all facilities with EmONC equipment and trained the health workers on the basic EmONC. • Continues to conduct Maternal and perinatal death audits including scaling up community sensitization and mobilization. 2015/2016
16Increased demand for FP services (EWEC2011)Demand creationMinistry of Health Developed policy briefs and IEC material development is in process and Demand generation to scale up during commemoration of health events was done 2015/2016

Detail

NameMoH - Reproductive Health
DescriptionThe Reproductive Health division is a Department under the Ministry of Health that guides planning, standardization, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of reproductive health services provided by the government, nongovernmental organizations (NGOs), faith-based organizations (FBOs), community-based organizations (CBOs), private for-profit sectors and communities in Uganda.
Added On2015-08-17 05:35:44