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THE NATIONAL DENGUE

PREVENTION AND CONTROL


PROGRAM

A N T O N I E T TA P. E B O L , D A P & E
REGIONAL DENGUE PROGRAM MANAGER
DOH- REGIONAL OFFICE XI
12/7/2015
MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES
DENGUE/DHF IN PHILIPPINES

1953 1st reported as Phil. H- Fever

1958 notifiable disease

1966 and 1998 outbreak in the country

Endemic in the country


NATIONAL DENGUE PREVENTION
AND CONTROL PROGRAM

1993 - the birth of NDPCP


1993-1997 - MTDP piloted in NCR
& Region 7
1998- nationwide implementation
GOAL, OBJECTIVE & TARGET
DENGUE
GOAL : Morbidity and
Mortality from
Dengue Infection are
reduced
Objective Indicator Target
Morbidity from Dengue Incidence rate of Less than 10 cases
Infection is reduced Dengue per
Per 100,000 100,000 popn.
population annually

Mortality from Dengue/ % of deaths from Less than one


DHF is reduced dengue percent (1%)
over the number of
cases (CFR)
RISK REDUCTION
OBJECTIVES
Reduce the risk of human exposure
to Aedes bite by:
-House Index of <5
-Breteau Index of 20
Increase % of HH practicing removal
of mosquito breeding places to 80%
Increase awareness on DF/DHF to
100%
SERVICES & PROTECTION
OBJECTIVES
Establish a Dengue Reference
Laboratory capable of performing IgM
capture ELISA for Dengue Surveillance
Increase the % of 1 and 2
government hospitals with laboratory
capable of platelet count and
hematocrit
Ensure surveillance and investigation
of all epidemics
PROGRAM THRUSTS
Continue implementing Timely mass
media and community based
information campaigns
Make available Early diagnosis and
quality clinical
care for dengue cases at all levels
Institute risk-reduction interventions
LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION
A. At the National Office
Develops Policy, Guidelines, Plans and Programs
Mobilize Resources
Collaborate with Partners (Govt Offices; Non- Govt
Organization; Private sectors and Other
Stakeholders)
Provide Technical and Logistic Support
Conducts investigation during Outbreaks
LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION
B. At the Regional Office
Prepares Plans and Programs
Disseminate Policies and Guidelines
Mobilize Resources
Collaborate with Partners (Govt Offices; Non- Govt
Organization; Private sectors and Other
Stakeholders)
Provide Technical and Logistic Support
Conducts investigation during Outbreaks
Submit reports to the National Office
LEVEL OF IMPLEMENTATION

C. At the Local Offices


(province/municipality/city/barangay
Implement plans and programs
Implement control Intervention
Submit reports to Regional Office
REPORTING SYSTEM
All hospitals are mandated to report Dengue and
other notifiable diseases
using the Philippine Disease Surveillance and
Response System.
Reporting Units are City Epidemiology and
Surveillance Units to Regional Epidemiology and

MESU- Municipal
Level EPIDEMIOLOGY
RESU-Regional
BUREAU-
PESU Level
National Level
Provincial Level
TREND IN THE PHILIPPINES
Endemic in all Regions
Peak of cases during the months of
July August
All dengue vectors are present
-Aedes aegypti
-Aedes albopictus
All 4 serotypes circulated with DEN-3
predominant .
COMPARATIVE DENGUE CASES BY YEAR
PHILIPPINES, 2010 - 2014
CASES DEATHS
250,000

200,000 660
921
1057
150,000
654 465
100,000 204,906
187,031
173,033
125,975 121,580
50,000

0
2010 2011 2012 2013 2014
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL
Advocacy, Social Mobilization and
Legislation
ADVOCACY
Information dissemination
Lobby for budget
Others
SOCIAL MOBILIZATION
Pulong-Pulong
Clean up drive (once a week)
Barangay Assembly
Others
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL

Advocacy, Social Mobilization and


Legislation
LEGISLATION
Barangay Ordinance to support
Dengue
Eg : 4 oclock habit
Adoption of ABKD
Oplan kulob
Other initiative
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL

Integrated approach to
disease control
-Reporting of dengue suspects
-Surveillance of Dengue Cases
Evidence based decision
making
- House to house inspection for the
presence of Aedes larvae
- Set indicators of at-risk barangays
( color codes)
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION &
CONTROL

Larval control the use of


ovi /larvae trap-female mosquitoes preferred
black containers in laying eggs.
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION AND CONTROL
Space spraying/thermal
fogging
- destruction of flying
mosquitoes
by contact with
insecticides in the air
- effective if done every
week for (4) weeks
- temporary in nature
- requires lot of
resources
POLICY AND GUIDELINES
Department Memo 2013-0156
Adopting the 4 oclock habit as a strategy
against Dengue
POLICY AND GUIDELINES
Administrative Order 2012-0006-
signed by Sec E. T. Ona on
March 22, 2012
Revised Dengue Clinical
management Guidelines
POLICY AND GUIDELINES

Department Memo 2015-0348-


signed by Secretary Janet
Loreto-Grain on Oct 25,2015
Brigada Kalinisan Para Sa
Kalusugan and DENGUE
Campaign
LAUNCHING OF ITS
IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL
PARTNERS