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Integrated primary health care for diabetes and hypertension, Mozambique, WDF12-745

Integrated primary health care for diabetes and hypertension, Mozambique, WDF12-745

WDF12-745
Strengthening diabetes and hypertension care at primary level.

The project was launched February 23 2017, read about the launch here

Objectives
The programme will strengthen diabetes and hypertension care at the primary care level, raise awareness and improve health information management in Cabo del Gado, Sofala and Maputo provinces.

Programme objectives include training physicians, nurses and community health workers; rolling out a screening programme for diabetes and hypertension; establishing patient record systems and awareness raising and mobilisation at the community level.

Approach

This project intends to strengthen diabetes and hypertension care at primary level, raise awareness and improve health information management in three provinces through the following activities:

Capacity building based on training of physicians, nurses and community health agents, and on provision of basic equipment, following IDF and WHO-PEN model guidelines.

A paper-based and, where possible, electronic patient record system will be established and integrated with national level health information systems.

At community level, awareness raising and mobilisation are enabled through local health promotion activities and distribution of education materials as well as through radio and TV programmes.

Expected results

  • 81 primary health care units in 27 districts in three provinces provided capacity building
  • 510 health professionals trained in health care for diabetes and hypertension
  • 1 million people to be screened for diabetes and hypertension
  • Estimated 350,000 new diabetes cases registered
  • Estimated 75,000 new diabetes cases registered and provided with care
  • Improved patient registration and health management information systems concerning diabetes and other NCDs
  • Estimated 1.5 million people reached by awareness activities

Results on completion:

  • 82 primary health care units in three provinces provided capacity building
  • 567 health professionals trained in health care for diabetes and hypertension
  • 951,809 people screened for diabetes and hypertension
  • 69,379 new diabetes cases registered and provided with care
  • Improved patient registration and health management information systems concerning diabetes and other NCDs
  • 1.251,809 people reached by awareness activities

Project information

Project nr.: 
WDF12-745
Project Status: 
Completed
Interventions and focus areas: 
Primary focus area: 
Region: 
Africa
Country: 
Mozambique
Partners: 
Mozambique Ministry of Health
Project responsible: 
Dr. Edite Thuzine (MoH Mozambique), Dr. Fabio Manenti (CUAMM IT)
Project period: 
2016 to 2019
Project budget: 
USD 805,277
WDF contribution: 
USD 811,537

Results on completion

  • 82 primary health care units in three provinces provided capacity building
  • 567 health professionals trained in health care for diabetes and hypertension
  • 951,809 people screened for diabetes and hypertension
  • 69,379 new diabetes cases registered and provided with care
  • Improved patient registration and health management information systems concerning diabetes and other NCDs
  • 1.251,809 people reached by awareness activities