RESPOND TO PRIMARY HEALTH NEEDS OF TDPS AND RETURNED POPULATION THROUGH PROVISION OF COMPREHENSIVE PRIMARY HEALTH CARE (PHC) SERVICES IN FR LAKKI MARWAT AND SOUTH WAZIRISTAN AGENCY

 04 health care facilities supported and/or rehabilitated by type (Primary Health Care)  04 Health units (100%) of the health facilities submitting weekly surveillance reports  24,000 consultation, disaggregated by sex and age (Men= 3,360, Women = 4,800, Boys = 8,400 & Girls = 7,440)  <1% (of the total population) Incidence and prevalence of high- morbidity rates by type i.e. Acute Respiratory Infections, measles and others, disaggregated by sex and age  10,800 cases (33% of the total caseload) diagnosed and treated per standardized case management protocols such as IMCNI, disaggregated by sex and age (Men= 1,512, Women = 2,160, Boys = 3,780 & Girls = 3,348)  Case fatality rates for Diarrhea, ARI, measles, and others remained less than 1 percent (disaggregated by sex and age)  1,475 (16% of total caseload) of pregnant women who have attended at-least two comprehensive antenatal clinics  44 (3% of women who attended antenatal services) of women and newborns received postnatal care within three days after delivery.  100% of complicated cases (patients) referred to secondary/Tertiary Health facility after stabilizing at Health Unit  Medical Laboratory established/operated at each Center for routine investigations  2,957 Community members (35% of the total target for hygiene promotion i.e. 8,448) utilizing target health education messages practices  704 health and hygiene sessions conducted (8,448 people trained on health and hygiene messages)  Support provided to government in children immunization and vaccination