HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY

Under the Health Service Delivery Program, PSTC provides ESP services to the community via 34 static clinics, 2 comprehensive clinics, 461 satellite spots and 7 Drop-in-Centers throughout the country. These clinics/DICs are run by different projects

 

  • Smiling Sun Franchise Project
  • Urban Primary Health Care Project
  • Reproductive Health Service Delivery Project
  • Urban Community Health Care Project

SMILING SUN FRANCHISE PROGRAM (SSFP)

PSTC initially started its health service delivery program with the financial and technical support from Urban Family Health Partnership/USAID in 1997. In 2002, PSTC was contracted by NGO Service Delivery Program (NSDP) to delivery its Family Health Project, and in 2007 by Smiling Sun Franchise Program (SSFP) respectively to provide Essential Service Package (ESP) services to the people including under-served & poor.

In the year 2010, PSTC had 1,031,201 contacts with clients through its SSFP, among which 308,775 contacts were for child health, 149,837 were for Maternal Health, 276,207 in FP services, 34,666 were for other Health Services including 30,058 in STI/RTI and 261,716 in LCC & 1,148 in TB. In total, 866,197 customers (clients) received services during 2010 which included 285403 poor and 9775 poorest of the poor customer.

URBAN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROJECT (UPHCP-II)-DCC-PA-4

PSTC has been implementing UPHCP in Dhaka City Corporation, in collaboration with the Government of Bangladesh since June 2000. This private-multi-sector partnership came about through the initiative and support of the ADB. The objective of UPHCP is to improve the health of the urban poor and reduce preventable mortality and morbidity especially among women and children in the project area. To achieve this objective, 6 Primary Health Care Centers (PHCC) and a Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care Center (CRHCC) were established, in Zone –4 of DCC covering 6 wards. Each PHCC serves a population of around 50,000 and the CRHCC provides reproductive and Emergency Obstetric Care (EOC) services. Under this project, all primary health care components of Essential Services Package (ESP) have been incorporated.

In 2010, PSTC had 530,654 service contacts through its UPHCP, among which 135,178 contacts were for child health, 39780 for Reproductive Health, 14,657 in FP services, 12,786 in CDD, 176,892 in LCC and . In total, 276,348 customers received services during the reporting period. The total contacts included 1, 458, 84 poor services.

URBAN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROJECT (UPHCP)-DCC-PA-1

PSTC started UPHCP, Phase-II in Dhaka City Corporation (DCC) from August 2010 with the Government of Bangladesh. This project is implementing under PPP model through City Corporation with financial assistance of ADB and others.

The objective of UPHCP is to improve the health of the urban poor and reduce preventable mortality and morbidity especially among women and children in the project area. To achieve this objective, 7 Primary Health Care Centers (PHCC) and a Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care Center (CRHCC) were established, in Zone –1 of DCC covering 7 wards. Each PHCC serves a population of around 50,000 and the CRHCC provides reproductive and Emergency Obstetric Care (EOC) services. Under this project, all primary health care components of Essential Services Package (ESP) have been incorporated.

URBAN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROJECT (UPHCP)-RCC-PA-2

PSTC started UPHCP, Phase-II in Rajshahi City Corporation from June 2006 with the Government of Bangladesh. This private-multi-sector partnership came about through the initiative and support of the ADB.

The objective of UPHCP is to improve the health of the urban poor and reduce preventable mortality and morbidity especially among women and children in the project area To achieve this objective, 5 Primary Health Care Centers (PHCC) and a Comprehensive Reproductive Health Care Center (CRHCC) covering 10 wards, were established in Rajshahi City Corporation (RCC). Each PHCC serves a population of 50,000 and the CRHCC provides Reproductive and Emergency Obstetric Care (EOC) services. Under this project, all primary health care components of Essential Services Package (ESP) have been incorporated.

In 2010, PSTC had 154,109 contacts with clients through its UPHCP in Rajshahi City Corporation, among which 35780 for Reproductive Health, 27,064 in FP services, and 6120 in CDD, 8823 for ANC and 1344 in LCC. In total, 102,575 customer received services during the reporting period. The total contacts included 31,862 poor services.

REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH SERVICE DELIVERY PROJECT

PSTC operates a Reproductive Health Service Delivery clinic in its own premises at Gazipur with its own fund. Acquiring 2 acres of land at Masterbari in Gazipur, PSTC established a three-storied building with the financial assistance of the Japanese Embassy, with a view to providing health services among the disadvantaged people at an affordable price. The services provided include Health education, Family planning, Maternal and Child Health and LCC.

In 2010, PSTC had 43,654 contacts with clients among which 25,458 for Child Health, 2,795 for Reproductive Health, 11,128 in Family Paining services and others are 3858. In total, 14,213 customer received services during the reporting period.

URBAN COMMUNITY HEALTH CARE PROJECT (UCHCP) FOR CITY POLLI

In March 2004, PSTC initiated an ongoing partnership between UCHCP & Plan Bangladesh with a view to improving the health status of children, adolescents, women and slum dwellers at City Polli. The project area is zone 1 and 4 of Dhaka City Corporation. In 2010, PSTC provided health services to 8123 customers through its UCHCP clinic. The project covered aprox. 25, 001 poor and marginalized population who were living in the slum and peri-urban areas in Dhaka.

PSTC governs its operations in a very unique way. Different levels of functionary bodies make PSTC effective as per its policies, guidelines, mandates and approved constitutions.

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