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Sector objective #5

Prevent and protect children from recruitment in armed forces and armed groups.

Output: Release and reintegration of children associated with armed forces and armed groups.


Output Indicator

2013 target

Number of children associated with armed forces or armed groups.

200

Sector objective #6

Sensitize both host and refugee populations on mine risks.

Output: Both host and refugee populations are sensitized on mine risks and social mobilization tools are disseminated.


Output Indicator

2013 target

Number of host and refugee populations sensitized.

60,000

Number of tools disseminated.

5,000

Sector objective #7
Ensure refugee and host community children access to quality multi-sectoral services (psycho-social, medical, security and judiciary) and care.

Output: 20,000 refugee children victims of violence, exploitation and abuse have access to an integrated package of service (health, education, psycho-social).




Output Indicator

2013 target

Number of community based animators present in refugee sites and in host communities trained in child protection in emergencies, PSS in emergency.

200 community based animators.

Number of children registered at birth.

500 children are registered at birth.

Number of children victims of violence, exploitation and abuse assisted.

2,000 children.

Sector objective # 8
Ensure sufficient child-friendly and gender-sensitive access to child-friendly spaces and psycho-social care and support.

Output: Refugee children are provided with immediate and appropriate psycho-social support and assistance.





Output Indicator

2013 target

Number of children supported

7,728 children.

Top-priority actions, beneficiaries, and locations

Actions: Access to quality multi-sectoral services, appropriate psycho-social support, prevention of recruitment, effective coordination and quality technical response.

Beneficiaries: Refugee children and host community children at risk of abuse, exploitation and violence.

Locations: Refugee sites of Fererio, Gandafabou, Mentao, Demba, Goudebo, Ouagadougou and Bobo Dioulasso.



Beneficiary breakdown per location


Geographic
Location

State


CHILD PROTECTION

Fererio

Boys: 2,736

Girls: 2,540



TOTAL:

5,276

Mentao

Boys: 1,757

Girls: 1,632



TOTAL:

3,389

Gountouré Gnégné

Boys: 1,260

Girls: 1,170



TOTAL:

2,430

Gandafabou

Boys: 689

Girls: 640



TOTAL:

1,329

Damba

Boys: 668

Girls: 620



TOTAL:

1,287

Bobo-Dioulasso

Boys: 2,850

Girls: 2,655



TOTAL:

784

Goudebou

Boys: 10,366

Girls: 9,634



TOTAL:

5,505

Total




TOTAL:

20,000

Health


Sector lead agency

WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION

Funds required

$7,116,962 for 9 projects

Contact information

Dr Djamila K. CABRAL, cabrald@who.int


People in need and target beneficiaries

Category of people in need




Number of people in need




Beneficiaries targeted in sector’s CAP projects (end-year target)




Total




Total

Refugees




50,000




50,000

General population targeted for cholera outbreak prevention and response




5,514,946




5,514,946

2-15-year-olds for meningitis outbreak response




400,000




400,000

Under-five-year-olds in areas affected by nutritional crisis




425,000




425,000

PLW in 31 health districts affected by nutritional crisis




300,000




300,000

Most vulnerable women and young people (host community and refugees)




715,584




715,584

Totals




7,405,530




7,405,530

Explanation of number of beneficiaries targeted

According to objectives of Health Sector for the CAP 2013, different beneficiaries have been targeted on the basis of assessment outcomes of the situation and national planning.

The beneficiaries will be:

The general population targeted for cholera outbreak prevention and response, calculated on the basis of five health regions more likely to experience a cholera epidemic due to their proximity to countries with epidemic and the history of cholera in Burkina Faso;

Children aged from 2 to 15 years old (approximately 400,000), based on the figures identified in 2012 for the reactive vaccination campaign in response to the meningitis outbreak;

Children under five years old from areas affected by nutritional crisis and susceptible to suffer from acute malnutrition (approximately 425,000 children);

PLW in 31 health districts affected by nutritional crisis (estimated to be at approximately 300,000 according to national health statistics data); and

Most vulnerable women and young people (host community and refugee populations) targeted for reproductive health/HIV/GBV services in the four health regions worst affected by drought and food insecurity (based on national statistics and UNFPA data).



How the sector response plan will contribute to the strategic objectives

The Health Sector Response Plan will contribute to the achievement of the CAP 2013 strategic objective 3 to prevent and control outbreaks and reduce morbidity and mortality rates.

In this respect, this sector response plan aims to assist the Ministry of Health and health districts in the following areas:

Prevention of/response to outbreaks through reinforcement of disease surveillance, outbreak investigation, vaccination, training and provision of materials and drugs for case confirmation and management;

Disease prevention within the Malian refugee population;

Reduction of morbidity and mortality related to the food crisis through response to common paediatric diseases that are aggravated by malnutrition;

Anaemia prevention and response in areas affected by the food crisis; and

Access to reproductive health/HIV/GBV services, including prevention and response to sexual violence, in the regions that are most affected by drought and food insecurity.


Sector objectives and output targets

Sector objective #1
Strengthen early warning and response systems for meningitis and /or cholera outbreaks.

Output: Early detection of outbreaks and adequate response to outbreaks.



Output Indicator

2013 target

Completeness and timeliness of disease surveillance reports.

80%

Proportion of outbreaks reported within 48 hours.

80%

Proportion of outbreaks investigated within 72 hours.

80%

Proportion of confirmed outbreaks with adequate response.

80%

Case fatality rate of cholera.

Less than 1%

Case fatality rate of meningitis.

Less than 10%

Ratio of reactive vaccination coverage by antigens.

>= 95%

Sector objective #2

Assistance for prevention of diseases within the Malian refugee and host community populations.

Outputs: Assistance is given for prevention of EPI-targeted diseases in children under-two years old and pregnant women among the Malian refugee populations, Assistance is given for prevention of malaria in the refugee camps and in the host communities, Assistance is given for prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV within refugee and host populations.



Output Indicator

2013 target

Proportion of Malian refugees and host communities in need receiving insecticide treated nets.

100%

Proportion of refugee children under-two years old immunized against the nine diseases included in the Burkina Faso EPI calendar.

90%


Proportion of pregnant refugee women immunized against tetanus.

100%

Proportion of pregnant refugee and host population women tested for HIV.

100%

Proportion of Malian refugees sensitized about malaria prevention, and about immunization best practices.

80%

Sector objective #3
Reduction of morbidity and mortality related to the food crisis through response to common paediatric diseases that are aggravated by malnutrition.

Output: Assistance is given for capacity building on IMCI and nutritional management and care.




Output Indicator

2013 target

% of primary health care facilities in the 31 health districts most affected by the food crisis with IMCI management tools available.

100%

% of primary health care facilities in the 31 health districts most affected by the food crisis with staff trained on IMCI are available.

100%

% of under-five children correctly managed according to IMCI strategy in the 31 health districts most affected by the food crisis.

100%

Sector objective #4
Respond to an influx of anaemia among PLW in areas affected by the food crisis.

Output: Assistance is given for the availability of drugs, consumables for anaemia prevention and blood for anaemia management.



Output Indicator

2013 target

% of health districts most affected by the food crisis provided with drugs and consumables for the prevention of anaemia.

100%

% of concerned regional blood transfusion centres provided with reagents, consumables, and operational cost-coverage for blood collection campaigns.

100%


Sector objective #5

Access to reproductive health/HIV/GBV services, including prevention and response to sexual violence in the regions that are most affected by drought and food insecurity.

Output: Assistance is given for capacity building of health service providers, availability of lifesaving reproductive health supplies and medical equipment, and community mobilization activities to improve access to reproductive health services.


Output Indicator

2013 target

% of assisted deliveries among pregnant women in affected areas.

80%


% of health facilities with trained staff, sufficient supplies and equipment for clinical management of rape-survivor services based on national or WHO protocols.

100%

Top-priority actions

Provide reagents for outbreak confirmation, drugs, consumables and other material for outbreak management.

Procure vaccines and other vaccination supplies for a reactive immunization campaign against meningitis.

Procure vaccines and other vaccination supplies for the routine immunization of refugee children and women, insecticide-treated nets and HIV rapid tests for refugees and host communities.

Procure drugs for anaemia prevention among PLW, and consumables and reagents for regional blood transfusion centres.

Support to the capacity building of health service providers on outbreak management, IMCI in humanitarian emergencies and reproductive health services and information (including HIV and GBV).

Support formative supervision by district health authorities to the health centres.

Support community sensitization for disease prevention, early care seeking and for reproductive health.



Coordinate, monitor and evaluate the activities.

Beneficiary breakdown per location

Region

Total population for outbreaks prevention and response

Children under five years old (for IMCI and malnutrition management)

PLW (for anaemia prevention)

Women (for reproductive health services)

Youth (for repreproductive health services)

Refugees (for diseases prevention)

Boucle du Mouhoun

1,677,018

336,813

37,241

0

0

0

Cascades

661,936

0

0

0

0

0

Centre

2,231,806

331,475

33,572

557,952

446,361

0

Centre Est

1,343,079

276,015

29,762

0

0

0

Centre Nord

1,416,895

296,266

40,000

354,224

283,379

0

Centre Ouest

1,387,860

277,277

29,583

0

0

0

Centre Sud

742,378

145,837

15,542

0

0

0

Est

1,464,366

319,906

38,120

0

0

0

Hauts Bassins

1,776,803

0

0

444,201

355,361

0

Nord

1,382,111

286,525

35,000

345,528

276,422

0

Plateau Central

807,444

164,421

17,580

0

0

0

Sahel

1,158,147

233,879

30,000

289,537

231,629

50,000

SudOuest

729,362

0

0

0

0

0

TOTAL

16,779,205

2,668,414

306,400

1,991,442

1,593,152

50,000
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