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 Report - Activity Report (UMCOR)

 Report date: 31.05.1998

I. INTRODUCTION

UMCOR/Azerbaijan is involved in programs of humanitarian assistance and capacity building activities to internally displaced people (IDPs) and refugees in the Republic of Azerbaijan. UMCOR initiated activities in Azerbaijan in March 1996, and presently has a project portfolio of three programs supported by three donors.

II. CURRENT PROGRAMS

1. Department of State Emergency Medical Assistance Project/UMCOR Clinics

This program provides free medical assistance to the vulnerable layer of the population, refugees and Internally Displaced People (IDPs) inhabiting in the territory of Nasimi, Binagadi, Azizbekov, Sabunchi, Surakhani, and Karadag districts of the city of Baku and the Absheron region. UMCOR/Azerbaijan manages seven medical teams consisting of a physician, pediatrician, and medicine dispenser. Each of these teams has base clinics in or adjacent to IDP public building settlements. To increase access to health services among the refugee/IDP population in the greater Absheron region, UMCOR/Azerbaijan instituted a rotating system of regular site visits to settlements using the same medical personnel.

The location of UMCOR clinics, and the number of the refugees/IDPs inhabiting these settlements and administrative districts, are provided in Table #1. This table also includes the number of consultations performed during the 2nd Quarter of 1998 in each clinic.

Table #1

Team

Location

District

Refugees

IDPs

# of Consultations in April - May - June 1998

1

Hospital #26Azizbekov

1,736

10,867

1,791

2

Polyclinic #31Surakchan

6,519

10,390

2,349

3

Polyclinic #10Binagadi

14,947

18,570

1,794

4

Children's Infectious Hospital #5 (Polyclinic Department)Sabunchi

8,320

14,138

2,007

5

Hospital #19Karadag

2,400

8,056

1,630

6

Children's infectious HospitalAbsheron

3,792

7,.660

397

7

Hospital #16Nasimi

14,476

9,890

1,169

Total in 7 target districts: 52,190 79,571 11,137

Total: 131,761

During this 3 month period, 11,137 visits to UMCOR Department of State clinics were registered.

The list of the visiting sites for each clinic is provided in Table #2 is provided below.

Table #2

Team

Visiting site

District

#1

Zagulba Sanitarium, Zagulba settlementAzizbekov

#4

Khazar Sanitarium, Buzovna settlement
Gizil Gum Sanitarium, Pirshaga settlement
Gilavar Sanitarium, Pirshaga settlement
Azizbekov
Sabunchi
Sabunchi

#6

Mushvigabad settlement
Gizildash settlement
Sahil settlement
Sangachal settlement
Karadag
Karadag
Karadag
Karadag

#7

Mehtiabad settlement
Jeyranabatan settlement
Pirikishkul settlement
Absheron
Absheron
Absheron

Three training sessions were conducted for UMCOR Doctors during the 2nd quarter: Skin Diseases and Diarrhea; Diagnostics and Treatment of Worms; and Treatment of Gastric Ulcers. Systematic inspection visits by the Medical Coordinator and Monitors were performed at different UMCOR clinics. The quality of the data recorded on the Health Cards and other documentation in the clinics was assessed.

UMCOR/Azerbaijan medical staff prepared an examination to test all UMCOR Doctors on their level of knowledge. On 2 May the examination was administered for the most of the medical staff. On 31 May an additional test examination was conducted for doctors not able to participate in the earlier examination. New contracts were prepared and signed with project Doctors.

In accordance with the new project budget, the number of DOS clinics was decreased from seven to six at the beginning May. The clinic located in the Absheron region of Azerbaijan was closed on 8 May 1998. As a result, UMCOR/Azerbaijan through the six clinics is serving IDP/RP patients in Nasimi. Binagadi, Surahani, Azizbekov, Sabunchi and Karadag districts of Baku.

At the end of June, a mobile clinic consisting of a pediatrician and a driver was organized to serve institutionalized/handicapped children in 30 Children Institutions. Their activities were initiated at the beginning of July. These institutions had been supported with medicines and medical supplies by UMCOR’s USAID-funded Integrated Health Care Program. The mobile clinic will continue to provide necessary support to these institutions.

In the beginning of June new medicines and medical supplies arrived for the U.S. and were transported to the UMCOR warehouse. The process of distributing these medicines and medical supplies to the clinics was initiated.

Vulnerable Support Program

Within the framework of the DOS program, six UMCOR dispensaries provide patients of selected children and adult medical-preventive institutions in the city of Baku with pharmaceuticals and medical supplies. In accordance with Section 907 of the Freedom Support Act, UMCOR/Azerbaijan secures and controls the storage and distribution of pharmaceuticals. UMCOR provides selected Ministry of Health resident health professionals with regularly updated lists of medicines available for their patients, and information on their proper usage.

The Distribution of medicines among patients of the governmental medical-preventive institutions is carried out using UMCOR-designed Prescription Forms. These Prescription Forms are the basis for tracking distributions and quality assurance of prescription protocols. Using this information, UMCOR monitored data for the period of 1 April through 31 May 1998.

A list of all the UMCOR dispensaries and relevant medical institutions is provided in Table #3 on the following page. Physicians refer patients from these selected health institutions to UMCOR dispensaries for their pharmaceutical needs.

Table #3

UMCOR Dispensary

Location

Institution

1

Children's Hospital #61) Children's Hospital #6
2) Cardialogical Center
3) Hospital #5
4) Children's Infectious Hospital #7
5) Children's Polyclinic #6
6) Children's Polyclinic #7
7) Children's Polyclinic #14

2

Children's Hospital #21) Children's Hospital #2
2) Hospital #1
3) Emergency Hospital
4) Ophthalmologic Hospital
5) Children's Polyclinic #1
6) Children's Polyclinic #3

3

Republican Family Health Center1) Republican Family Health Center
2) Republican Hospital
3) Children's Polyclinic #12
4) Republican Urological Hospital
5) Ch. Psycho-Neurological Clinic #2

4*

Polyclinic #311) Polyclinic #31

5*

Polyclinic Department of Children Infectious Hospital #5 1) Children Infectious Hospital #5

6

Republican Ophtalmology Center1) Republican Ophtalmology Center

* - UMCOR Dispensary address coincides with the UMCOR primary health care clinic.

UMCOR is continuing to assist the Azerbaijan Charity Society HAVVA, a registered local charity/NGO, in providing medical services to underprivileged families. This organization supports vulnerable residents with basic primary health care and medical screenings. HAVA medical personnel is trained, monitored and supported by UMCOR/Azerbaijan. Patients seen by HAVVA medical staff are subject to the same internal controls regarding distribution as UMCOR/Azerbaijan clinic operations, and are tracked on UMCOR health cards to record their medical history and promote a doctor/clinic-patient relationship.

Through The Association of Parents of the Children with Talassemia, UMCOR/Azerbaijan supports children with talassemia with basic pharmaceuticals and supplies. The Association is a registered local NGO, supported by and based in the Hematological Institute of Baku. UMCOR dispensaries provide all glaucoma patients residing in the city of Baku with the preparation of Timolol Maleate. The medication is distributed in accordance with the prescriptions of ophthalmologists tracked, and controlled by UMCOR/Azerbaijan medical monitors.

2. Primary Health Care Support/7 ECHO Camps; Health Education Project, Baku/Absheron Region (April - SCF/USAID; May/June - MCI/USAID)

During the month of April UMCOR/Azerbaijan medicine dispensaries provided free medicaments to the patients of six medical points under the Save the Children/USAID umbrella grant. These points served seven ECHO camps situated in Imishli, Sabirabad, Saatli, Agdjabedi and Fizuli regions. With the advent of the Mercy Corps International/USAID umbrella grant in the month of May, two new medical points were added in the end of May- the beginning of June. In Table #4, the location of UMCOR dispensaries and locations of the camps are provided.

Table #4

UMCOR Dispensary

Region

Location of the camp

IDPs

# of patients in April-May-June 1998

#1

ImishliYeni Bahramtapa (1)
Yeni Bahramtapa (2)

2,800
1,100

2,355

#2

SabirabadAhtachi

2,311

2,113

#3

SabirabadShahriyar

2,069

1,638

#4

SaatliAlisoltanli

2,145

2,026

#5

FizuliBakhmanli

2,650

2,479

#6

AgdjabediKhojavand

2,000

2,808

#7

ImishliBoztepe

2,790

206

#8

FizuliGarabag

12,326

341

Total: 30,191

The medical points also serve the surrounding IDP communities, which increases the number of beneficiaries by approximately an additional 5,000 people.

All UMCOR Dispensers and Doctors working at the medical points are IDP camp residents who have professional medical backgrounds. Over 50% of these physicians are IDP camp residents, and all of them received training from UMCOR and also from MSF Belgium prior to UMCOR assuming operational support.

The personnel of the medical points, who are monitored and supported by UMCOR/Azerbaijan, are able to provide IDPs living in the camps with basic primary health care and medical screenings. Patients seen by medical point doctors are subject to the internal controls regarding distributions as UMCOR clinic operations. Patients seen by medical staff are tracked on Health Cards to record their medical history and promote a doctor/clinic-patient relationship.

Training sessions were conducted for project Doctors during the 2nd quarter: Skin Diseases; Diarrhea; Diagnostics and Treatment of Worms; Treatment of Gastric Ulcers; Cardiac Failure. In the beginning of June the expanded training on WHO protocols was conducted for the doctors and the medicine dispensaries of the medical points, including the two new ones.

On 24 June an MCI delegation, including CEO Neal Keny-Guyer, visited the UMCOR office in Imishli. The delegation also visited the UMCOR medical point in Bahramtepe camp. Mr. Guyer stressed the importance of closer collaboration between MCI’s implementing partners. In this regard, UMCOR and IRC have agreed to organize monthly meetings in the field to coordinate primary health care and health education activities implemented by both organizations.

Public Health Education Program

Currently, UMCOR/Azerbaijan’s Public Health Education Program is targeting close to 5,000 IDP families living in 76 settlements located throughout Baku and the Absheron region. The Public Health Education Program is delivered at two levels: 1) training of the Community Health Workers conducted at UMCOR's Public Health Information Resource Centers; and 2) training of the IDP women at the Women's Groups held at the settlements (public buildings). The activities with the Women's Groups are conducted by the Community Health Workers (CHWs), and are supervised by the Health Education Specialists. An average of 77% of all the women living in the settlements UMCOR has targeted have been participating in the Women's Groups.

During the 2nd quarter, the Public Health Education Program covered the following topics: Nutrition for Infants and Small Children and Worms and Skin Diseases. The training was conducted at two levels: 1) training of the Community Health Workers held at the PHIRCs; and 2) training of the IDP women at the Women's Groups held at the settlements (public buildings). The women also received a copy of a newly-printed pamphlet on nutrition for infants and small children.

Women's Groups on both topics were completed during the month of April in all the 75 targeted settlements. (Two weeks had been allocated for each topic). For the Nutrition for Infants and Small Children lesson plan, a total of 5,224 women participated in the sessions out of 6,733 (87% participation rate). For the topic of Worms and Skin Diseases, a total of 5,040 women participated in the training out of a total of 6,733 targeted (75% participation rate).

The results of the Case Control Evaluation Survey completed during the month of March, indicated a marked difference in the level of information of the women between the settlement that had access to health education and the settlement that did not. The women targeted for health education activities were able to answer correctly 41% of health-related questions asked. The control group was only able to answer correctly 17% of the questions.

This component of the SCF/USAID umbrella grant project was not continued under the MCI/USAID umbrella grant, which was initiated 1 May.

3. UNHCR Meskhetian Turk Community Development Project

This project focuses on the provision of inputs to select Meskhetian Turk communities in the Northeast (Devechi, Guba, Khasmaz, Gusar, Siyazan, and Khizi Districts) and Southeast (Saatli, Sabirabad and Hajigubul Districts) of Azerbaijan. Sectors of involvement include agriculture, reproductive health and community development. UMCOR has implemented all activities of this project in close collaboration with the Vatan Society, UMCOR's local counterpart organization.

The distribution of UNCHR seeds was in initiated in the Northeast and Southeast. 108 sacks were distributed. 2,494 families received the contents of 108 sacks of seeds. UMCOR hired a VOCA’s local specialist on California worms to train farmers in the northeast and southeast. 16.5 kilograms of worms were procured from the U.S. Two Meskhetian Turk farmers received these worms will provide other farmers with their offspring. 18% of farmers who received inputs to construct greenhouses were monitored during the month.

During the 1st quarter, UNHCR provided UMCOR with 400 stuffed animals. These items were distributed to Meskhetian Turk children during the 2nd quarter. Sports equipment for the children’s groups in the northeast and southeast have been procured and transported.

Distribution of UNHCR-provided seeds was completed in both regions during the month. The total amount distributed is as follows:

RegionDistrict# of families# of peopleSeeds
SoutheastSaatli5312,77231 sacks
SoutheastSabirabad5422,55127 sacks
SoutheastSalyan301422 sacks
NortheastGuba4882,31515 sacks
NortheastDevechi3161,64012 sacks
NortheastKhachmaz4852,42118 sacks
NortheastGusar211021 sacks
NortheastSiyazan421901 sacks
NortheastKhizi692543 sacks
Total 2,52412,387120 sacks

VOCA’s local specialist conducted training for four farmers from the Southeast region who had been selected on California worm, breeding, regeneration, feeding and other specifications. The training was conducted in Zabrat. The specialist also paid visits to farmers who had received California Worms in April from the Northeast region. The Specialist’s reported indicated that the situation of California Worms is satisfactory and they have started reproducing.

The second and final monitoring was carried out for 84 greenhouses. The materials for four of the 74 green houses (1998 Meskhetian Turk project) had not been constructed. UMCOR will repossess these materials if the green houses are not constructed by Fall.

UMCOR has organized four Children’s Centers (CS) in the Southeast region and four in the Northeast region. Part-time staff was recruited for these centers, which included Sports Coordinators and a Dance Instructor.

Two Health Education teams (two educators on each team) delivered the lesson plan Sexually Transmitted Diseases to the women’s groups from 14 through 31 May. 804 out of 1,214 women living in the targeted areas attended the session.

During the 2nd quarter four part-time Gynecological teams (four Gynecologists and four Nurses) provided a total of 1,698 consultations to IDP/Refugee women in Sabirabad, Hajigobul, Guba, Gusar, Khachmaz, Gusar, Devechi and Khizi districts. 240 women received contraceptive materials from UMCOR..

The following table shows all consultations and contraceptives done by the four gynecological teams from April through June 1998:

MonthAprilMayJuneTotal
# of consultations:5895925081,689
# of contraceptives:5852130240

In June Ms Maureen McBrien, UNHCR Field Officer, visited UMCOR activities and was introduced the work of the gynecological team in Northeast regions.

4. SCF/USAID Integrated Health Care Program for IDP/RPs and Institutionalized Children in the Baku/Absheron Region (Month of April)

This project includes several interventions, both in the area of primary health and preventive health care. The objectives of this project include: 1) to fill a gap in a Primary Health Care (PHC) delivery to 89,103 IDP/RF population in 5 districts in Baku; 2) to improve the health status of 4,503 Institutionalized Children in the city of Baku; 3) to increase the coverage of the Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) among the 4,860 children 0-5 years old living in IDP/RP collective centers in Baku and the Absheron Peninsula, and 4,053 in Children’s Institutions (CI); 4) to distribute micro-nutrient supplement to IDP women of child bearing age residing in public buildings in the Baku/Absheron region; and 5) to promote Public Health Education among the targeted population with an emphasis on Vaccine Preventable Disease and Nutrition, and to establish a pilot Public Health Education Program with local NGO BUTA Children’s Foundation.

The five UMCOR clinics continued their work. A total of 4,882 patients were seen in April. The IDP/RP population is aware that UMCOR provides free medical care due to the advertisements distributed in collective centers. Outreach medical care inside some of the collective centers continued. Each team visits a select site once a week.

During the month of May, the five clinics from the SCF/USAID integrated health project were transmitted to the Mercy Corps umbrella grant project. In May and June the five clinics served totally 8,433 IDP/RP patients.

The location of UMCOR clinics established under the project, and the number of the refugees/IDPs inhabiting these settlements and administrative districts, are provided in Table #5 below. This table also includes the number of consultations performed during the 2nd Quarter of 1998 in each clinic.

Table #5

Team

Location

District

# of IDP/refugees

# of consultations in April-May-June 1998

1

House of Refugee Committee

Nizami

18,449

2,578

2

Children Polyclinic #13

Yasamal

12,257

2,519

3

Polyclinic #8

Narimanov

25,747

2,853

4

Polyclinic #6

Khatai

21,836

2,682

5

United City Hospital #13, Children Polyclinic #15

Sabail

10,814

2,683

Total in 5 target districts: 89,103 13,315

The list of visiting sites for each clinic is provided in Table #6 below.

Table #6

Team

Visiting site

District

1

Hostel #1 of Nizami district

Nizami

2

Hostel of Polytechnic University

Yasamal

3

Hostel of Railway Technical College

Narimanov

4

Hostel of Baku Scientific Industrial Union

Khatai

5

Shikhov Sanitarium

Sabail

Training of project medical staff was continued with pre- and post-tests administered.

Seminar lessons on Diagnosis and Treatment of Arrhythmia; Rubella; Measles; Scarlet; Chicken Pox; Diphtheria; and Whooping Cough were conducted.

The results of the post-test indicated a high level of retention.

Two Pediatricians of the project continued their visits to all 30 Children’s Institutions (CI) of handicapped/institutionalized children. 646 institutionalized children were provided with primary health care during the month of April. In April the Pediatricians organized an additional immunization session for those children who had been absent or sick and could not be vaccinated in the previous months of the project implementation. In April total number of the vaccinated children is 163. Micro-nutrient supplement distribution was initiated to 131 institutionalized/ handicapped children. Project Pediatricians also participated in the same training organized for project Doctors.

A list of the Children Institutions is provided in table #7. The information provided also includes the districts where each is located and number of children residing in each.

Table #7

#

Name of Children Institution

District

# of infants

1

School #2 for Orphans

Azizbekov

325

2

Tuberculosis Children Sanatorium #3

Azizbekov

50

3

Children Home

Nasimi

70

4

Republic School for Blind Children

Narimanov

158

5

Tuberculosis Children Sanatorium #13

Azizbekov

251

6

Osteotuberculosis Children Sanatorium

Azizbekov

85

7

Sanatorium #36

Azizbekov

50

8

Republic School for Deaf Children

Azizbekov

175

9

Children Sanatorium (General Therapy)

Azizbekov

70

10

School #3 for Deaf Children

Nizami

191

11

School #1 for Deaf Children

Nizami

285

12

School #1 for Orphans

Nizami

106

13

School #3 for Rheumatoid Diseases Children

Sabunchi

340

14

School #3 for Orphans

Khatai

100

15

Tuberculosis Children Sanatorium #4

Khatai

38

16

Boarding House #7 fort Mentally Handicapped Children

Absheron

405

17

Sanatorium #37

Sabunchi

40

18

Children Sanatorium #22

Sabunchi

30

19

Republic School #7 for Mentally Diseased Children

Surakhani

154

20

School for Children with Speech Defects

Azizbekov

120

21

Boarding House #3 for Mentally Handicapped Children

Azizbekov

200

22

School #16 for Children with Polyomyelit Disease

Azizbekov

126

23

Tuberculosis Children Sanatorium #5

Azizbekov

80

24

Republic School #1 for Mentally Diseased Children

Azizbekov

105

25

Republic School #11 for Mentally Diseased Children

Sabunchi

171

26

Sanatorium #21

Sabunchi

100

27

School for Orphans

Sabunchi

299

28

School #14 for Children with Speech Defects

Karadag

215

29

Children Sanatorium #39 (Cardiology)

Karadag

50

30

Children House #27 for Mentally Handicapped Orphans

Narimanov

50

Total: 4,439

UMCOR’s support to the 30 Children Institutions of institutionalized/handicapped children was not continued under the Mercy Corps umbrella grant. However, UMCOR reinstalled this support in the end of June in the frame of DOS project through one Pediatrician.

The Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) staff implemented an additional session of immunization series for IDP/RP children under five years of age who needed vaccinations. 1,103 IDP children and institutionalized children were immunized during the month of April. 323 children were immunized with Measles, 287- with DPT, 76- with DT and 473 children were immunized with OPV. The project’s EPI Assistants monitored the Cold Chain in 41 State Polyclinics twice during the month.

The micronutrient supplements (Ferrous Salt, Vitamin A, and Multivitamin) arrived in early March. It was decide to distribute micronutrient supplements to the IDP/RP families where women had received health education training on prevention for micronutrient deficiency under UMCOR’s other USAID project. The dosage of the multivitamins was altered to be conducive for children. Totally 4,516 IDP/RP women of child birth age and 1,592 children under 5 years received micronutrient supplements.

Health education activities continued under Buta’s tutelage. The main activities of the month included the formation of children’s self-development groups to oversee health education at the schools, continue to oversee health education sessions and the implementation of a health Festival on 27 April. The Head of Mission presided over the activities, and guests included the Azerbaijan Deputy Prime Minister for Humanitarian Affairs, and representatives from the donor community and international NGO community.

III. STATISTICAL DATA

1. Department of State Emergency Medical Assistance Project/UMCOR Clinics (DOS)

Table #8 presents the age and gender of the patients visiting UMCOR clinics of DOS.

Table #8

<1

%

1-5

%

6-15

%

adults

%

total

%

MALE

78

1.7%

486

10.6%

1197

26.1%

2832

61.7%

4593

42.4%

FEMALE

100

1.6%

370

5.9%

1327

21.3%

4447

71.2%

6244

57.6%

TOTAL VISITS

178

1.6%

856

7.9%

2524

23.3%

7279

67.2%

10837

100.0%

 

Table #9 presents the most prevalent diseases among UMCOR patients during the 2nd quarter.

Table #9

DISEASE

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

Anemia

5.10%

5.70%

4.30%

Malnut/Vit. Deficiency

10.30%

15.40%

9.20%

Common Cold

6.90%

6.10%

4.10%

Tonsillitis

1.30%

1.10%

2.60%

Bronchitis/Pneumonia

3.20%

4.10%

2.90%

Asthma

1.30%

1.00%

1.10%

Diarrhea

0.50%

0.50%

1.30%

Impetigo

0.80%

1.40%

2.80%

Scabies

3.00%

3.40%

2.20%

Worms

6.60%

7.80%

8.00%

Hypertension

6.50%

4.80%

4.40%

Stenocardia/Arrhytmia

2.20%

1.70%

1.90%

Nephritis

0.50%

0.80%

1.50%

Cystitis/Urethritis

1.70%

1.70%

1.70%

Mental Disorders

1.00%

0.30%

0.20%

Bar Chart

  1. USAID/SCF Primary Health Care Support/7 ECHO Camps; Health Education Project, Baku/Absheron Region (USAID)

Table #10 and pie chart reflect the age and sex structure of the patients visiting camp medical points, supported by UMCOR.

Table #10

<1

%

1-5

%

6-15

%

adults

%

total

%

MALE

363

5.6%

746

11.4%

1237

18.9%

4186

64.1%

6532

46.8%

FEMALE

273

3.7%

715

9.6%

1246

16.7%

5210

70.0%

7444

53.3%

TOTAL VISITS

636

4.6%

1451

10.4%

2483

17.8%

9396

67.3%

13966

100.0%

The data on the most common diseases found by the camp medical point physicians supervised by UMCOR, for the period 1 April - 30 June 1998 is provided in table #11 below and the accompanying bar chart.

Table #11

DISEASE

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

Anemia

3.10%

2.50%

2.40%

Malnut/Vit.Deficiency

5.00%

3.90%

4.50%

Common Cold

4.80%

2.40%

2.40%

Tonsillitis

2.90%

1.70%

3.20%

Bronchitis/Pneumonia

7.00%

2.50%

4.80%

Asthma

0.80%

1.10%

1.10%

Diarrhea

1.80%

2.50%

2.30%

Impetigo

0.90%

0.50%

0.30%

Scabies

3.20%

3.40%

3.10%

Worms

9.10%

6.60%

7.60%

Hypertension

4.90%

4.10%

3.90%

Stenocardia/Arrhytmia

2.10%

1.80%

1.70%

Nephritis

1.10%

0.50%

1.70%

Cystitis/Urethritis

2.20%

1.40%

1.50%

Mental Disorders

1.30%

1.30%

0.90%

Bar Chart

  1. Integrated Primary Health Care Project/UMCOR Clinics (USAID)

Table #12 on the following page presents the age and gender of the patients visiting 5 UMCOR clinics of USAID.

Table #12

<1

%

1-5

%

6-15

%

adults

%

total

%

MALE

110

1.9%

688

11.6%

1573

26.5%

3556

60.0%

5927

44.5%

FEMALE

83

1.1%

700

9.5%

1488

20.1%

5117

69.3%

7388

55.5%

TOTAL VISITS

193

1.4%

1388

10.4%

3061

23.0%

8673

65.1%

13315

100.0%

Table #13 presents the most prevalent diseases among UMCOR patients during the 2nd quarter for the Integrated Primary Health Care project and the accompanying bar chart.

Table #13

DISEASE

APRIL

MAY

JUNE

Anemia

3.40%

2.40%

1.80%

Malnut/Vit.Deficiency

10.00%

14.60%

10.60%

Common Cold

4.10%

3.80%

3.90%

Tonsillitis

4.00%

3.90%

2.90%

Bronchitis/Pneumonia

5.10%

3.90%

3.00%

Asthma

0.90%

0.80%

0.70%

Diarrhea

0.60%

0.50%

1.10%

Impetigo

0.90%

0.80%

1.60%

Scabies

1.50%

2.60%

2.40%

Worms

6.60%

4.50%

7.50%

Hypertension

4.20%

3.50%

2.90%

Stenocardia/Arrhytmia

3.50%

2.50%

2.10%

Nephritis

1.30%

0.80%

0.50%

Cystitis/Urethritis

2.50%

2.30%

2.40%

Mental Disorders

0.60%

0.40%

0.30%

Bar Chart

  1. Integrated Primary Health Care Project/Children’s Institutions (USAID)

Table #14 presents the age and gender of the handicapped/institutionalized children, receiving primary health care at the targeted Children’s Institutions.

Table #14

<1

%

1-5

%

6-15

%

adults

%

total

%

MALE

3

1.0%

58

18.4%

232

73.7%

22

7.0%

315

48.8%

FEMALE

4

1.2%

52

15.7%

265

80.1%

10

3.0%

331

51.2%

TOTAL VISITS

7

1.1%

110

17.0%

497

76.9%

32

5.0%

646

100.0%

Table #15 presents the most prevalent diseases among UMCOR handicapped/institutionalized children during the 2nd quarter for the Integrated Primary Health Care project and the accompanying bar chart.

Table #15

DISEASE

APRIL

Anemia

3.70%

Malnut/Vit. Deficiency

27.20%

Common Cold

3.00%

Tonsillitis

4.90%

Bronchitis/Pneumonia

4.30%

Diarrhea

0.4

Impetigo

5.60%

Scabies

4.30%

Worms

7.00%

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Table #16 on the following page contains the total number of children immunized by district during the 2nd quarter.

Table #16

DISTRICTAzizbekovNizamiNasimiBinagadiAbsheronNarimanovSabailYasamalKhataiSurakhaniSabunchiKaradagCITotal
# of kids vaccinated16933346828482322524431241211631103
Measles123115121510749711293113323
DPT 1 0201011100114627
DPT 21004843331102111289
DPT 3411612400510213214155
DPT 41000020151210325
TOTAL DPT523102186410225173621287
DT 100010002001004
DT 25443240622113147
DT 30203010050590337
TOTAL DT56472110825913476
OPV 1100200030110412
OPV 2122193529012171073
OPV 34871622101212524138615261
OPV 401236130283418056143
TOTAL OPV61101936193033310403410375473
# kids fully vaccinated22475711399413910245475210410601306

 



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