2019 regional allocation for the health facilities

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2019 Regional Allocation for the Health Facilities Operations Program (in thousand Pesos) is earmarked for the operations of all DOH health facilities PhP32.1 B 1/ will fund the operations of drug abuse treatment and rehabilitation centers for the recovery program of 3,805 patients PhP1.2 B Operations of DOH Health Facilities Purchase of Drugs, Medicines, and Vaccines Blood Centers and National Voluntary Blood Services - 3,127 - 6,583 1,800 3,127 495,169 5,000 1,800 6,583 - 3,127 - - 1,800 1,800 529,916 REGION CAR Region III MIMAROPA Region VII Region X Region I NCR Region V Region VIII Region XI CARAGA Region II Region IV-A Region VI Region IX Region XII TOTAL DOH Hospitals 1,351,481 2,209,112 351,304 1,941,093 1,573,124 1,828,577 9,858,241 1,246,395 749,342 2,619,754 497,951 1,452,925 829,061 1,588,879 1,425,642 576,147 30,099,028 National Research Laboratories - - - - - - 307,217 - - - - - - - - - 307,217 Dangerous Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers - 65,800 - 100,275 72,320 102,351 350,272 105,474 59,660 12,000 71,279 60,550 84,502 52,639 7,192 12,000 1,156,314 1/ Includes the PhP1.2 billion allocation for the Dangerous Drug Abuse Treatment and Rehabilitation Centers UNIVERSAL HEALTH FOR ALL ENHANCING PROGRAMS ON HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
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27 The First 1,000 Days Program was launched to strengthen the foundations of health and productivity among Filipinos by providing support during this crucial period – roughly the period from conception until a child’s second birthday. This is the time in an individual’s life when the most rapid brain development takes place and the foundations for a lifetime of optimum health, nutrition, and growth are established. Phase 1 (2016-2018) 9 regions, 10 cities, and 37 municipalities Phase 2 (2017-2019) Additional 5 municipalities and 1 province Other Government Health Programs for 2019 PhP908 million for the Rabies Control Program to eradicate rabies in 55 areas with the highest number of cases PhP880 million for the Tuberculosis (TB) Control Program to reduce TB-related deaths PhP219 million for the eradication of infectious diseases such as malaria, schistosomiasis, leprosy, and filariasis PhP10.2 B The Duterte Administration will continue providing health care assistance to all Filipinos through the National Health Insurance Program which will receive a 24% increase from its 2018 cash-based equivalent budget of PhP54.1 billion. 5.4 million senior citizens ( PhP5,000 premium/senior citizen ) 15.4 million indigent families ( PhP2,400 premium/family ) 25,514 families under the PAyapa at MAsaganang PamayaNAn (PAMANA) ( PhP2,400 premium/family ) 22,709 families under the Bangsamoro Health Insurance Program ( PhP2,400 premium/family) P A MA N A PhP738 million for the prevention of other infectious diseases such as HIV/AIDS First 1,000 Days PhP118 M DEPARTMENT OF BUDGET AND MANAGEMENT PhP9.0 billion 2/ for the Human Resources for Health Deployment Program to hire 243 doctors, 9,138 nurses, 3,650 midwives, and 241 dentists that will be deployed in far-flung areas 2/ Budget is lodged under the Miscellaneous Personnel Benefits Fund (PhP7.8 billion) and the DOH (PhP1.2 billion). PhP7.5 billion for the National Immunization Program to fully immunize 2.9 million infants, children, pregnant women, and senior citizens against diseases like pneumonia, hepatitis B, diphtheria, tetanus, and measles, among others National Health Insurance Program PhP67.4 B
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