10. Grant Manager ICTC Update September 2014

Report
Coalition Programmes
• DFID Global Trachoma Mapping Project (operational)
• Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust Trachoma
Initiative (start-up)
• DFID SAFE Trachoma programme (planning)
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Progress
Original target will be achieved in September
6 months before the project end date
• 1,237 districts have completed mapping
• Representing a population of 178 million people
• 1.8 million people examined in 21 countries
• Over 36.5 million data items have been processed
• We are actively working with 19 different organisations
• 94% districts mapped were completed using GTMP methodology
DFID has been awarded GTMP an overall A++ rating
“outputs substantially exceeded expectation”
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Africa
Asia & Pacific
Eastern Mediterranean
Number of Countries
Complete or concluding*
• Benin*
• Nigeria*
• Guinea*
• Cameroon
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Ethiopia
Eritrea
Malawi
Tanzania*
Uganda
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Nepal
Laos
Fiji
Solomon Islands
13
Engaged in Mapping
• Senegal
• Chad
• DRC
• Mozambique
• Zimbabwe
• Cambodia
• Egypt
• Sudan
• Yemen
9
• Vanuatu
• Afghanistan
• Pakistan
8
Engaged in Final Planning
• Cote d’
Ivoire
• South
Sudan
• Kenya
• Zambia
(Including
Engaged in Early Stage Planning
• Algeria
• CAR
• Somalia
• India
• PNG
• Tunisia
• Djibouti
• Jordan
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Colombia)
8
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Collaboration
• USAID through ENVSION propose to fund trachoma baseline mapping in:
• Chad, Cote d’Ivoire and Zimbabwe
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An additional contribution of approximately £0.6m or $1 m
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This is in addition to:
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FHI 360 mapping in; Cambodia and Laos (and impact surveys in Vietnam)
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RTI mapping in; Benin, DRC, Guinea, Mozambique, Nepal, Senegal, Tanzania,
and Uganda
• We’d like to thank RTI, FHI360 and USAID for their ongoing support and
collaboration
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Collaboration
• We are exploring opportunities with the London School of Hygiene and Tropical
Medicine to provide ophthalmic health workers in trachoma endemic countries
with distance learning courses to build knowledge of trachoma and epidemiology
• The World Health Organisation are supporting work to co-ordinate trachoma and
other disease mapping:
• Yaws mapping in Vanuatu (training to be held in October)
• Guinea worm mapping in Sudan and Gambella (Ethiopia)
• The World Health Organisation are working in collaboration with LSHTM and ITI to
achieve Impact Assessment standardisation
• We’d like to thank all of our partners; Ministries of Health, ICTC, ITI, LSHTM, WHO
and especially DFID for supporting and encouraging us to stretch our goals
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Working with ICTC members to build a legacy
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TT surgery: GTMP is committed to assisting Ministries of Health to develop strategies to
operate on TT patients identified during GTMP surveys. (Currently; Laos, Cambodia,
Zimbabwe, Eritrea, and Egypt have plans and/or donor commitments.)
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Scope of baseline mapping: GTMP will work with WHO HQ and WHO AFRO, to find and
review ‘gaps’ where baseline mapping is required
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Protocol and application process for scientific access to data (after primary publication
by countries): in progress. There is a recommendation to link funding to USAID’s funding
and the NTD Support Center and to involve local researchers to build capacity.
• For example: GTMP will launch an RFA for a research group to overlay WASH and
trachoma data. There is potential to start this work in Ethiopia
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Working with ICTC members to build a legacy
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Unit cost analysis: GTMP will review the cost drivers in different
countries/regions to better understand relative costs of working in these areas
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Phones audit: we are conducting an android phone audit, to inform how these
assets might be used by future programs
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Great progress to-date
The end of mapping is in sight
(but still a lot of hard work required over the next 6 months)
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The programme aims to eliminate blinding trachoma from Kenya
and Malawi and make significant progress towards the elimination
of trachoma in Uganda, Mozambique, and Katsina State (Nigeria)
using the SAFE methodology over 5 years.
11 million people will receive treatment in their communities
160,000 surgeries will be performed.
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Great progress since April
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In all 5 countries:
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Proposals are approved
Start up workshops held
Implementation underway
All contracts signed and first
payment tranches sent
Concept proposals for additional
funding to support programmes in
Tanzania submitted to the Trust
and related donors
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Progress
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Training of trainers for refresher
training to Trichiasis surgeons held
in Kenya in July. Training included
subjects such as
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Outreach management
Counselling
Use of HEADSTART as a training tool
Attended by 2 surgeons from each
of the 5 countries (3 from Uganda)
First training to surgeons in Kenya
held
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• Country level launches planned for 4
countries
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Kenya – 1st October
Uganda – 14th November
Malawi - 16th October
Mozambique – 5th November (tbc)
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F+E Planning
• Previously F+E aspects of proposals on hold
• ICTC WASH WG developed F+E Guiding Principles
and F+E Planning Tool – shared with countries (Aug)
• F+E workshops being held to develop F+E section of
the country proposal
– Kenya w/c 8th September
– Malawi w/c 29th September
– Uganda w/c 6th October
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Partnership with Unilever
Aimed at supporting the facial cleanliness components
of the program. Incorporates face washing into
Unilever’s global hand washing campaign.
Pilot in Turkana - launched on Monday 15th September
by a representative of County Director of Education
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Next steps:
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Complete F+E workshops
F+E proposals submitted
Programmes launched in country
Roll out of trainings to surgeons continued
Outreach camps started
MDAs in Malawi and Kenya
Karamoja region – data analysed and programme approved
M+E framework finalised
6 monthly reports submitted to the Trust
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We are on our way
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DFID Trachoma SAFE Implementation Program
Program Update
23 September 2014
DFID–Sightsavers contract PO6396 signed 24 July 2014
Contract Period – 01 July 2014 to 30 June 2019
Contract Value - £39.4 million
supporting Ministry-lead Trachoma Elimination Programs in
Central African Republic, Chad, South Sudan, Ethiopia, Tanzania, and Zambia
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23Sep14
Program Update
CAR and South Sudan are on hold due to security situation
Sightsavers & DFID in regular communication to assess risks
Sightsavers soliciting input from in-country ICTC members
We will, however, invite them to participate in HEAD START Training of
Trainers (ToT) scheduled for Dec14
CAR Proposed Scope of Work – 2 regions, 4 health districts
6,952 TT Cases Managed
+ 1.0 million people receiving AFE interventions
South Proposed Sudan Scope of Work – 2 regions, 8 health districts
16,500 TT Cases Managed
885 thousand people receiving AFE interventions
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23Sep14
Program Update
Chad, Ethiopia, Tanzania and Zambia conclude Inception Phase 30Sep14
Chad
Ethiopia
Tanzania
Zambia
4 regions, 11 HDs
4 regions, 51 HDs
3 regions, 9 HDs
1 region, 8 HDs
29,400 TT Cases
89,400 TT Cases
21,200 TT Cases
4,500 TT Cases
2.5M people
5.0M people
AFE by others
1.1M people
Total Projected Scope of Work in 12 regions & 79 health districts
144,500 TT cases managed
8.6 million people receiving AFE interventions
£29.1 million budget envelope
CP - OPC
CP - ORBIS
CP - HKI
CP – Sightsavers
IP - OPC
IPs - TCC, The Fred
Hollows Foundation,
Light for the World
IPs - KCCO, IMA,
Sightsavers
IP - Sightsavers
CP – Coordinating Partner
IP – Implementing Partner
F&E Partners in all countries TBD
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23Sep14
Program Update
Key Issues We’re Focusing On…
Harmonizing Delivery Approaches
Rationalizing Cost Structures
Recent & Robust Prevalence Data to Inform Decisions (scoping & baseline)
Initiating & Sustaining “Benchmarking” among Partners & Countries
methods, productivity, unit costs
Key Issues We’ll Focus on as Part of Start-Up…
Ironing Out Roles, Responsibilities & Communications (GM, CNGO, IPs, HQs)
Defining & Rolling Out a Coherent MER Framework & Data Systems
(& capacity to manage/use)
F&E Planning, Partner Identification & Resource Allocations
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23Sep14
Program Update
Coming Up ~ October through December 2014
Country Plans & Budgets to SSI SMT, PAC & ICTC ~ by 08Oct14
Country Plans & Budgets to DFID ~ by 17Oct14
Meeting with CNGOs ~ 15-17Oct14 in Moshi
SSI Contracts w/ CNGOs & IPs ~ Oct-Nov14
HEAD START ToT – Anglophone ~ 12-15Nov14 in Addis
HEAD START ToT – Francophone ~ early Dec14 in Ouaga - TBC
Country Start-Up Meetings ~ dates TBD
Country F&E Planning Meetings ~ dates TBD
Country Program Launch Events ~ dates TBD
Program Outputs as early as Nov-Dec14, but the bulk as of Jan15
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Better Together
Global Mapping complete
300,000 Surgeries performed
22 million people treated with antibiotics and
targeted with appropriate F&E interventions
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These programmes are underpinned by a
consortium of expert and motivated people,
governments and organisations who are
working tirelessly together to take this
important step towards the elimination of
blinding trachoma.
Thank you for all your collaboration and
support
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