Saturday, June 13, 2015

DOH-Bicol launches HI-5 to reach Millennium Development Goals

LEGAZPI CITY—In a bid to achieve the Millennium Development Goals on the improvement of maternal health, reduction of child mortality, and the combat against HIV/AIDS, malaria, and other diseases, the Department of Health Regional Office in Bicol launched the launching the Kalusugang Pangkalahatan(KP) Universal Health Care High Impact Five in this region.

DOH Hi-5 Summit in Albay
Photo via Mayor Ann Gemma Ongjoco

The HI-5 Summit serves as the starting ground in boosting the agency’s campaigns on said health concerns. It plans to provide people improved access to health care services and ensure that these services will be utilized and enjoyed especially by those who belong under the National Household Targeting System for Poverty Reduction (NHTS-PR) and to those who live in far-flung communities.

During the summit and caravan, health information was provided to the stakeholders, especially to pregnant and lactating women here.

The Summit’s highlights were an orientation-lecture on the KP Roadmap and the HI-5 interventions, presentation of the Regional HI-5 implementation plan, media briefing and signing of Pledge of Commitment.

HI-5 aims to produce the greatest improvement in health outcomes and the highest impact on the priority, vulnerable population within the next 15 months, according to the DOH. (BICOLSTANDARD.COM)
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