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THE NATIONAL DENGUE PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM A N T O N I E T
THE NATIONAL DENGUE PREVENTION AND CONTROL PROGRAM A N T O N I E T

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

R E G I O N A L

D O H -

1 2 / 7 / 2 0 1 5

D E N G U E

P R O G R A M

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R E G I O N A L

O F F I C E

M A N A G E R

MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES

MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES
MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES
MAP OF THE PHILIPPINES

DENGUE/DHF IN PHILIPPINES

 1953 – 1 st reported as Phil. H- Fever  1958 – notifiable disease
 1953 – 1 st reported as Phil. H- Fever
 1958 – notifiable disease
 1966 and 1998 – outbreak in the country
 Endemic in the country
Phil. H- Fever  1958 – notifiable disease  1966 and 1998 – outbreak in the
Phil. H- Fever  1958 – notifiable disease  1966 and 1998 – outbreak in the

NATIONAL DENGUE PREVENTION

AND CONTROL PROGRAM

1993

1993-1997 - MTDP piloted in NCR

- the birth of NDPCP

& Region 7

1998- nationwide implementation

CONTROL PROGRAM 1993 1993-1997 - MTDP piloted in NCR - the birth of NDPCP & Region
CONTROL PROGRAM 1993 1993-1997 - MTDP piloted in NCR - the birth of NDPCP & Region

GOAL, OBJECTIVE & TARGET

DENGUE

 

GOAL :

Morbidity and Mortality from

Dengue Infection are

reduced

Objective

Indicator

Morbidity from Dengue Infection is reduced

Incidence rate of Dengue Per 100,000 population

Mortality from Dengue/

% of deaths from

DHF is reduced

dengue

over the number of cases (CFR)

Target

Less than 10 cases per 100,000 popn. annually

Less than one

percent (1%)

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

Early diagnosis and quality clinical care for dengue cases at all levels  Institute risk-reduction interventions
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 (Gov‘t Offices; Non- Gov‘t Organization; Private sectors and Other Stakeholders)

Provide Technical and Logistic Support

Conducts investigation during Outbreaks

sectors and Other Stakeholders)  Provide Technical and Logistic Support  Conducts investigation during Outbreaks
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 (Gov‘t Offices; Non- Gov‘t 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

 Implement plans and programs  Implement control Intervention  Submit reports to Regional Office
 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

PESU Provincial Level

RESU-Regional

Level

EPIDEMIOLOGY

BUREAU-

National 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 .

All dengue vectors are present - Aedes aegypti -Aedes albopictus  All 4 serotypes circulated with
All dengue vectors are present - Aedes aegypti -Aedes albopictus  All 4 serotypes circulated with
All dengue vectors are present - Aedes aegypti -Aedes albopictus  All 4 serotypes circulated with

COMPARATIVE DENGUE CASES BY YEAR PHILIPPINES, 2010 - 2014

250,000

200,000

150,000

100,000

50,000

0

2010 - 2014 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 CASES DEATHS 660 921 1057 654 465

CASES

2010 - 2014 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 0 CASES DEATHS 660 921 1057 654 465

DEATHS

660

921 1057 654 465 204,906 187,031 125,975
921
1057
654
465
204,906
187,031
125,975

173,033

121,580

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL

Advocacy, Social Mobilization and

Legislation

& CONTROL Advocacy, Social Mobilization and Legislation ADVOCACY Information dissemination Lobby for budget Others

ADVOCACY

Information dissemination

Lobby for budget

Others

ADVOCACY Information dissemination Lobby for budget Others SOCIAL MOBILIZATION Pulong-Pulong Clean up drive (once a

SOCIAL MOBILIZATION

Pulong-Pulong

Clean up drive (once a week) Barangay Assembly

Others

COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS

COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS
COLLABORATION WITH PARTNERS

STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL

Advocacy, Social Mobilization and

Legislation

& CONTROL Advocacy, Social Mobilization and Legislation LEGISLATION Barangay Ordinance to support Dengue Eg : 4

LEGISLATION

Barangay Ordinance to support Dengue Eg : 4 o’clock habit Adoption of ABKD

Oplan kulob Other initiative

STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL

STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION & CONTROL Integrated approach to disease control -Reporting of dengue suspects -Surveillance

Integrated approach to

disease control

-Reporting of dengue suspects

-Surveillance of Dengue Cases

-Reporting of dengue suspects -Surveillance of Dengue Cases Evidence based decision making - House to house

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
STRATEGIES ON PREVENTION &
CONTROL

Larval control the use of

ovi /larvae trap-female mosquitoes preferred

black containers in laying eggs.

CONTROL Larval control – the use of ovi /larvae trap-female mosquitoes preferred black containers in laying

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

insecticides in the air - effective if done every week for (4) weeks - temporary in

POLICY AND GUIDELINES

Department Memo 2013-0156

“ Adopting

the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy

against Dengue “

POLICY AND GUIDELINES Department Memo 2013-0156 “ Adopting the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy against
POLICY AND GUIDELINES Department Memo 2013-0156 “ Adopting the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy against
POLICY AND GUIDELINES Department Memo 2013-0156 “ Adopting the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy against
POLICY AND GUIDELINES Department Memo 2013-0156 “ Adopting the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy against
POLICY AND GUIDELINES Department Memo 2013-0156 “ Adopting the 4’ oclock habit as a strategy against

POLICY AND GUIDELINES

signed by Sec E. T. Ona on March 22, 2012 “Revised Dengue Clinical management Guidelines”

Order 2012-0006- signed by Sec E. T. Ona on March 22, 2012 “Revised Dengue Clinical management
Order 2012-0006- signed by Sec E. T. Ona on March 22, 2012 “Revised Dengue Clinical management
Order 2012-0006- signed by Sec E. T. Ona on March 22, 2012 “Revised Dengue Clinical management
Order 2012-0006- signed by Sec E. T. Ona on March 22, 2012 “Revised Dengue Clinical management

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”

signed by Secretary Janet Loreto-Grain on Oct 25,2015 “ Brigada Kalinisan Para Sa Kalusugan and DENGUE
signed by Secretary Janet Loreto-Grain on Oct 25,2015 “ Brigada Kalinisan Para Sa Kalusugan and DENGUE

LAUNCHING OF “ITS”

IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

LAUNCHING OF “ITS” IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
LAUNCHING OF “ITS” IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
LAUNCHING OF “ITS” IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS
LAUNCHING OF “ITS” IN PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS

COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL

PARTNERS

COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL PARTNERS
COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL PARTNERS
COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL PARTNERS
COMMITMENT OF MULTI- SECTORAL PARTNERS