DoHS Annual Report FY 2077/78 (2020/21) : The annual report of the Department of Health Services (DoHS) for fiscal year 2077/78 (2020/2021) is the twenty-seven consecutive report of its kind. This report focuses on the objectives, targets and strategies adopted by Nepal’s health programs and analyses their major achievements and highlights trends in service coverage over three fiscal years. This report also identifies issues, problems and constraints and suggests actions to be taken by health institutions for further improvements. The main institutions that delivered basic health services in 2077/78 were the 201 public hospitals including other ministries, the 2,082 non-public health facilities, the 189Primary Health Care Centers (PHCCs) and the 3,794 Health Posts (HPs) primary health care services were also provided by 11,699 Primary Health Care Outreach Clinic (PHCORC) sites. A total of 16,950 Expanded Program of Immunization (EPI) clinics provided immunization services. These services were supported by 49,605 Female Community Health Volunteers (FCHV). The information on the achievements of the public health system, NGOs, INGOs and private health facilities were collected by DoHS’s Health Management Information System (HMIS).
Disease surveillance and research is an integral part of Epidemiology and Disease Control Division. The mission of the communicable disease Surveillance program is to protect and improve the health of Nepalese citizens by tracking and responding to the occurrence of disease in the population across the country. In 2075/76, an additional 36 sentinel sites were established as a EWARS sentinel sites to include 118 medical colleges and non-public hospitals. DHIS2 event capture is initiated for reporting from sentinel sites. Since 2075/76, there is no increment in sentinel sites however the distribution of sentinel sites are not distributed covering all districts based on populations’ composition. Similarly, Water Quality Surveillance Central Committee (WQSCC) meeting with stakeholder and organized water quality surveillance workshop at different districts. Surveillance of reportable diseases is responsible for collecting, analyzing, interpreting and reporting information for infectious diseases.’
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