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PRESENTATION ON COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS

Talamarang VDC, Sindhupalchok, Nepal
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Isha Karmacharya

on 11 December 2013

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Transcript of PRESENTATION ON COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS

PRESENTATION ON COMMUNITY DIAGNOSIS
TALAMARANG VDC

FINDINGS
MICRO HEALTH PROJECT
EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES
CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION
Date: 3rd September, 2013
Aliza R.L. Shrestha
Baburam Magar
Bigyan Lama
Binod Kumar B.K.
Bishal Rai
Isha Karmacharya
Laxmi Bhattarai
Shiva Sarki
Sijan Shrestha
Umesh Kumar Tamang
"GROUP 3"
Talamarang Group
OBJECTIVES
LIMITATIONS
Pretesting of household questionnaire in community setting was not performed
.

During data collection
Time limitation
Geographical inconvenience
Couldn’t find the demographic and other vital statistics in the VDC records.
Unavailability of the community people in the households. In case of Head of Household being absent, family members above 16 years of age were interviewed.
Majority of the women hesitated to answer questions
People were reluctant in answering family planning questions

During data analysis
Lack of sufficient space to work
Logistics provided were not sufficient
Tools and Technique

ANALYSIS PROCESS
General objective
To assess the health status of the community, identify the health needs with possible solution to the prioritizing health problem so that it help to minimize and eliminate the problem.

Specific objectives
To identify the demographic characteristic of the community
To assess knowledge, attitude and behavior of community people regarding health problems
To identify the status of maternal and child health and family planning coverage
To mobilize local resources and encourage public participation
To find out environment and sanitation status
To fix priorities of health problems
To implement effective health intervention programs
To bring positive change in knowledge, attitude and behavior of people
RECOMMENDATIONS
Maternal Health
Sampling Procedure
“Systematic Random Sampling” was done of household for sampling procedure

Sample Size
37% of 716 household
=(37/100)x716
=266 households of Talamarang VDC was sample size for study purpose.

Data Collection, Analysis and Interpretation
Primary and Secondary data were collected
Health post
VDC office
Schools
Community
METHODOLOGY

Workplan

Created by:
Isha Karmacharya

Latitude: 27.8577949 Longitude: 85.54415749999998

Talamarang VDC is in Sindhupalchwok District, Baghmati Zone, Central Development Region

Close to Melamchi Bazaar, Gyalthum VDC

Total VDC = 9

According to Census 2011 ,
Total population = 3,141
Total Household = 716
Study Design
Study design was Descriptive and Cross-Sectional

Study Duration
Study was conducted for a month (9th Bhadra to 8th Asojh, 2070 B.S.) in Talamarang VDC, Sindhupalchok

Study Population
Total population of Talamarang = 3141 (Census, 2011)
Total studied population = 1461

Unit of Analysis
Head of household
Mothers of under five children
Health post in-charge and staffs
Health teachers
Students
FCHVs
Official persons
Local and political leaders
Traditional Healers
For the government
It should be prioritized for accessibility of adequate facilities and infrastructures

Provision of subsidies for improved stoves

Immediate action to be taken for the illegal activities
For the VDC
,
Facilities should be equally distributed

Regular attendance

Proper recording of data

Proper monitoring and supervision of health post
For community people,
Females should be encouraged for education

More participation required for development based activities

For the college,
Adequate stationary and logistic materials should be provided

Adequate supervision by teachers
Appreciating factors
Good practice of hand-washing

No child was found malnourished

Hospitality

People were very helpful and co-operative

Students were very enthusiastic

Child Health
Illegal activity of health post in-charge
FCHV service is satisfactory
Practice of traditional “chulo” is alarming
Despite of lack of knowledge on malnutrition, none of the children were found malnourished
ANC visit is satisfactory but status of institutional delivery is low (29%)
Uterine prolapse was highly priortized.
MHP on Uterine prolapse, safe motherhood and water purification was the real need
Socio-economically backward
Highly dependent on agriculture
Male dominant society
Educationally backward; particularly among those residing faraway from Bazaar area
Dropout rate is very high especially among the female population
Lack of knowledge on non-communicable and communicable diseases
Accessibility of the health post is compromised

Ethnicity:
Tamang, Brahmin, Chhetri, Newar

Climatic and geographical condition

Positive features
Climate is favorable for agriculture
Rich in water resources
facilitative government schools

Negative features
Unmanaged road condition
Natural disaster like flood, landslide
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