Government Said About Outsourced Six Health Facilities

The government said it has outsourced six health facilities in tribal areas to non-governmental organizations under a public-private partnership program. The official said, "We submitted a proposal to the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Health Foundation, and after completing the required form, we will float the bids and invite NGOs with expertise in providing healthcare under public-private partnership initiatives.

Medical facilities to be contracted

Medical facilities to be contracted include Type D Hospitals Toy Kula and Mola Khan Srai Sarokai in South and Guristan, Type D Hospital Dogar Kurram, Mamad Gat in Mohmand, and Dra Hospital in Darazinda and Type D Hospitals in the former region of Dera Ismail Khan There is Ghiljo. Orakzai tribe district. Under the 10-year plan, the government has allocated a budget of 900 million rupees for outsourcing facilities, so that each hospital receives 150 million rupees per year. Contract NGOs must hire employees and guarantee authentic services in the hospital.

Movements to Provide Better Health Care to Local Residents. Except for the hospital in Dera Ismail Khan, all outsourced facilities were built by the Pakistan Army, but the government is struggling to ensure the presence of its staff because the patient is struggling because there are no health workers in the facility. Officials said the government made a similar plan two years ago, but it could not be realized due to legal complications.

Now after merging Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and the tribal region, the Health Foundation is obliged to promote public-private partnership program through legal process. Even senior officials in the Fatah region earlier opposed the program's suspension. Officials said in ex-pata that examples of such measures did not exist and no procedures existed, but Governor Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has approved them for the treatment of patients.

Fatah Health Department

They said, it is difficult for Fatah Health Department to make sure there are staff in hospitals, especially professional doctors and female staff, to provide medical services to people in tribes. Officials said most of the staff deployed in the tribal areas did not want to work there and forced people to be transported to the area near Kyber Park Denghwa despite mild illness. The government has deployed about 9,000 employees to work in 979 medical facilities in all tribal areas, but the hospital's performance has not been as desired.

Officials said there were 108 approved positions in tribal areas where 80 were empty because they could not receive salaries approved by the government. This is a situation regarding a sanctioned post by a female medical officer who is willing and will not be willing to post," they said. About 150 posts are filled out of a total of 200 women health workers. Authorities have been prompted to introduce new mechanisms that benefit tribal people.

The Health Foundation will select the most suitable organization to work in the tribal region, taking into account its experience in the health sector to provide better health services to the population. The contracting company hires the services of specialists and other technical staff for profitable packages that can not be provided under government regulations.

Balochistan's polio eradication program

Too many individuals directly or indirectly support frontline staff in Balochistan's polio eradication program. By doing so, polio agents can work as smoothly as possible. This is especially difficult for immunizers because the country's environment is becoming increasingly hostile and often violent. But from sensitization to operational processes, heroes who haven't lost this statement offer a lot of support they need without monetary gain, and each child in the state is getting the anti-poly drop they need.

Some of their stories are as follows

Dr. Anees works quietly in the Qila Abdullah neighborhood, adjacent to Afghanistan, and tells the family and the community about the benefits and needs of antitrust immunizations. "I tell my parents that the polio virus affects the body's nervous system and can paralyze the child for a lifetime, we says. Amna Bibi is a foremost polio specialist who visits to find a family with children under the age of five. If she finds such furniture, give the children anti-poly drops.

She must record the data of a child who reminds her of the fact that she covered the house during the campaign as part of her duties and seeks the help of her son Azmar, a 10th grade student with an octopus. Perform door marking and data recording for mother and her. Five cases of polio in Balochistan so far have expressed concern to government officials.

As a result, they launched a special anti-polio campaign that could lead to polio falling for a million children under five. Neelam works as a community health worker in the Pishin region, which is sensitive in terms of polio virus. She is a member of the refugee polio vaccination drive, but she must take her three-year-old daughter Fatima Imran.

Sometimes the husband accompanies the mother and daughter. The mother is busy with the other children in the district, but the husband takes care of the daughter or helps in another way. Neelam told us after he was vaccinated with polio when working in the field, “He does this voluntarily.

Meanwhile, the emergency room coordinator Rashid Razzaq appealed to parents not to pay attention to negative propaganda about the polio vaccination program. “Pakistan and Afghanistan are the only countries where the polio virus continues to exist.

So far this year, 62 cases have been reported in Pakistan, which is surprisingly high. The positive role of all stakeholders in the vaccination campaign will ultimately lead to polio eradication, ”says us.
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