Page 1 Brian GOVERNMENT OF THEN ADMINISTRATION MINISTRY 19 COVERING : Ist.Tanz SEAVIEY ROAD TRINCOMALEE. AM 1 COEGERE ORTH-EastPROVINCE [INTERM]REPORT OF HEALTH SIX MONTHS PERIOD •durto 30 June diskussion March
Page 3 arrilaren u.aasis.. |GovERNMENT OF THEN .*-. ADMINISTRATIO MINISTRY 19 COVERING ist.Jani SEAVIEW ROAD TRINCOMALEE. *. NuowikEdhart if: ZRK ORTH-EASTPRovince N [INTERIM] REPORT OF HEALTH ?.. 39 SIX MONTHS PERIOD Cuary to 305 Tune
Page 5 CONTENTS. ܩܼܿ ܩܼܿ ܒܼܿ ܀ ܪ ܟ݁ܽ ܇ Introduction Leagal Provisions. Organisations : Health Regional offices. Organisation Chart I Organisation Chart II Subjects & Functions. No of Institutions Reg Districtwise.- Chart I Bed strength of Hospit Ayurveda Dispensaries staff. Schedule of Vacancies. Financial Administrati Vehicles, Buildings Location site Plan :- e ai i : Office.o *åd 10. 11. 12. Primary Health Care Pr Rehabilitation & Recor Institutions occupied Programme of Future As Acknowledgments, PAGES. 01 02 - 03 nistry & SAN # 8 8 07 - 12 ions and CI als.chart IV List. 19 on. 18 - 23 * Y = Divisional Drugs. * Xks Stores. . of the Ministry of *** Healtb: * A rogramme. ** astruction. by Security Forces. 40 另的 ctivities,
Page 6 ܀ ܀ ܐ ܐ ܕ ܪ ܐ ...withe best ܐ ܝ ..؟؟܀ ' ܘ ܕܹ. ܘܡܼܘ ܘܡ And ܒܬeܡܕܪAre: :g ܀ ܀ Abd exers ܓ݁ܕ݁ܰܦ݂ theseܐܼ ܡܸܦ ܕܪff yo. ܘܲܒ݂:3 Your camee ܡܢܘܫ heres܇ ܘܩA ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܃ ܂ ܀ ;1PAT ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ - ܐ - ܕ - ܇ ܀ . . . . . . .܀܃ ܠܐ ܡܸ ܟ݁ܽ܂ 7. ܂ ܃ ܃܇܆ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܀ ܕܗܼܲܝܸ ܪܵܐ, , : - ܟ ܃ ܃ ܃ ܃ ܃ ܀ ܘ .܀ ܇ ܀ ܠܐ ܗ܆܇܆ ܃ ܃ ܂ A: . Z I. i O S. ISTORIA -.. Nie six doctors anywhere. 2. can deny it' - ine, water, rest, and air, Ese, and diet, Wi11 gladly attend e only wi11ing .they'11 mend, 3 they'11 tend, e you not, a shilling". -* • ... "
Page 7 Malaria ZAS ..: , Salmonella EK KTE ISSUTW ORA Rabies ACTOR Ao PRISMUS US'htiyanis HEALTH FO ALL FOR E HEALTH IS EVÈRYO 1981-1990 YASY زاموند له ۵۰) and proper nutrition health education cuinem unicable disease control provision of essential trugs ARTIUM ONT PHс immunization glVASI SHOW environumentul health: adequale supply of sule water und basic * $3ailation reuting of coin amon disewSCN and injuries maternal and child care -R ALL - HEALTH U Hong 1948 KAL tK UNION VE'S BUSINESS BARNES *... as well
Page 8 MAP OF SRI LANKA A · - MANNARS (Puttalandi NORTH-EAST PROVINC# INOенCHХ. Anuradhapura TRINCO AL MALEES Polonnaru wa Matale Badulla Moneragala Hambantota
Page 9 ADMINISTRATION (IN OF THE PROVINCI AL MINIST NORTH-EAST PROVIN 01. INTRODUCTION : . In accordance with the powers North-East Province by the 13t Sri Lanka (Chapter XVII A - Cl. Secretary to the Minister of H vested on the Provincial Counc below as spelled out in the 13 Cvery Provincial Council may, si Constitution, make statutes ap; it is established with respect of the Nineth Schedule which is List - 1: (Provincial Council Section 11 - Health 11:1 The establishment Rural Hospitals, 1 (Other than Teach: shed for special ) 11:2 Public Health Seri Family Health, Ma Food Sanitation, 11:3 Formulation and I Plan and of the A 11:4 The provision of : referred to in 13 the procurement o: 11:5 Awarding of Schola within. Sri Lanka tutions specified 12 - Indigenous Medici 12:1 Establishment of grants to such Di; 12:2 Establishment and TERIM) REPORT RY OF HEALTH CI AL GOVERNMENT vested upon the Ministry of Health, h Amendment to the Constitution of ause. 154 A) the office of the ealth was established. The powers ils as regards Health are described th Amendment to the Constitution. ubject to the provisions in the plicable to the Province for which to any matter set out in List I s as follows:- List) and maintenance of public hospitals, Maternity Homes, Dispensaries ing Hospitals and Hospitals establim. purposes) ; rices, Health Education, Nutrition, ternity and Child Care, Food and Environmental Health; nplementation of Health Development inual Health Plan for the Province; Facilities for all Institutions above within the Province, excluding E drugs; arships for Post-Graduate Education to personnel attached to the Insti in 1 above, le - Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani - Iyurvedic Dispensaries and Hospitals, spensaries and Hospitals; maintenance of Herbaria.
Page 10 - ( List - III : (Concurrent Li Section 9 - Health 9:1 Schools for tri 9:2 The supervisi or Nursing Homes i Province; 9:3 Population cont 9:4 Constitution of 02. LEGAL PROVISIONS: The Acts and Ordinances made Services are given below: Provincial Council A 13th Amendment to the Medical Ordinance Bread Ordinance Poisons, Opiums and I Health Services Act Nursing Home (Regista Corneal Grafting Act Ceylon National Asso Quarantine and Prever Contageous Diseases ( Diseases among Labour Maternity Benefit or Medical wants Ordinar Mental Diseases Ordir Lepers Ordinance Vaccination Ordinanc Nuisances Ordinance Cemeteries Ordinance Wells and Pits Ordina Suburban Dairies and Municipal Dairies an Butchers Ordinance Cosmetic Devices and Food Act - 26 of 1980 Urban Development Au p2 - st) aining of Auxilliary Medical Personnel i a of private medical care, control of and of diagnostic facilities within a crol and family planning; 2 Provincial Medical Boards. by Parliament in respect of Health e Constitution of Sri Lanka Dangerous Drugs Ordinance ration) Act :iation for Prevention of Tuberculosis Aot ition of Diseases Ordinance Ordinance ers Ordinance linance Ice lance ince Laundries Ordinance I Laundries Ordinance Drug Act No 27 of 1980 hority Laws No 41 of 1978
Page 11 3 - LEGAL PROVISIONS : The Acts and Ordinance Made by Parliam Services - (Cont'a) Pradhesa Sabha Act No. 15 of 1987 Housing and Town Improvement Ordini Local Authorities (Standard) Ordina By Laws Act No. 6 of 1952 Control of Prices Act No. 33 of 19 Public Performances Ordinance Town and Country Planning Ordinanc. Pilgrimages Ordinance Control of Possession of Food-Act Urban Council ordinance Medical Practitioners, Midwives an Ordinance Ceylon College of Physicians Act Ayurvedha Act Homeopathy Act ent in respect of Health ance ance ASPHEtie . is a Nurses
Page 12 - O 03. MINISTRY OFFICE NORTH-EA The Hon. Chief Minister also the Minister of Hea portfolios. The Minist from 9th January 1989, wi Secretary. The following Appointmen Ministry Office Name a)Mr.P.Balasubramaniam b)Mr.S.Subramaniam c)Mr.M.Luxumanaperugal d)Mr.T.Rajanayagam e)Mr.S.Ratnakumar f)Dr.P.Ratnasabapathy RDHS Trincomalee The Organisation Chart o Charti "zre : O4. REGIONAL OFFICES: The Director General of He is responsible for managir with Health Services in t institutions in the NorthRegional Offices headed by at Amparai, Batticaloa, Ta Organisation Chart of an Health Services is shown i I - ST PROVINCE Mr.A.Varatharajaperumal is 1th in addition to his other -ry of Health, started functioning th Dr.C.S. Nachinarkinian as the ts were since been made to the Designation Date Chief Clerk 23.01.89 Financial Clerk 25.01,89 Establishment Clerk 25.01,89 Deputy Director (Finance)03.04.89 Administrative Officer 28.04.89 Actg. Director General of Health 01.07.89 Services f the Ministry office is shown in Balth Services, North-East Province ng and supervising all work connected ae Regional Offices and all medical -East Province. There are five (05) - Regional Director of Health Services -incomalee, Vavuniya and Jaffna. The office of a Regional Director of un Chart II.
Page 13 ΤΟ TRINCOMALEE | HOSPITALS IN PROVINCE AUDITING BRANCHES TO. I JAFFNA PROMOTION OF HEALTH| PREVENTION OF DISEASES REHABILITATION TION ADMINISTRATI CON PLANNING PERSONAL MANAGEMENT BRANCHES DEPUTY DIRECTOR ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE | BANOREYA HERAKOAton R.D.H.S VAVUNIYA R.D.H.S BATTICALOA R.D.H.S AMPARAI AYURVEDHA SIDDHAYURVEDHA UNANI HOMEOPATHY ACUPUNCTURE RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ACTIVITIES | RELATED TO HEALTH AT REGIONAL I KA I-ISTERSIAN ORGANIZATION CHART MINISTRY OF HEALTH NORTH-EAST: PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT MINISTER OF HEALTH SECRETARY OF HEALTH DIRECTOR GENERAL OF HEALTH SERVICES DEPUTY DIRECTOR PATIENT CARE DEPUTY DIRECTOR COMMUNITY HEALTH *05 R.D.H.SS DEPUTY DIRECTOR ADMINISTRATION DEPUTY DIRECTOR FINANCE ALL WORK RELATED | ALL WORK RELATED || R.D.H.S |R.D,H.S. I RITTLRINGS CONSTRUCI FINANCE
Page 14 . REGIONAL HEALTH SERVICES MINISTRY OF HEALTH Regional Director of Health Services ORGANISATION CHART Medical officer| of Health Medical:Officer: Maternal and Child Health Regional Epidemiologist Provincial Hospital Base Hospital Public Health Nursing Sister Public Health Regional Inspector 1: Dental Surgeon Divisional R.M.P., District Hospitals Peripheral, Units |supervising Public Health Mid-| School Dental Therapist Supervising Public Health Inspector Supervising Public Health | Nursing Sister Rural Hospitals Central Dispensary & Maternity Homes : Public Health Midwife Clerks, Peons Labourers JBeal Education Officer Divisional Pharmacist Maternity Homes -- Central Dispensaries Divisional Drug Store-Keeper Supervising School Dental Therapist Primary Health Care Centres Branch · Dispensaries Statistical Survey Officer Planning Assistant FIELD SERVICES Visiting Stations Technical Services · PATIENT CARE INSTITUTIONAL | Administrative : SENICS. Hastant efficer, Subjectdi KAIKISSASIE
Page 15 . . ------- .. 071 - 65SUBJECTS AND FUNCTIONS. The Ministry of Health, Nort is charged with the responsil and policy direction to the by the provision of establis! for the prevention and treatr for the preservation and pror people living distributed in Districts of the Province. District. * Health Director Regions 1. Amparai 2. Batticaloa 3. Trincomalee 4. Vavuniya. 5. Mullaitivu, 6. "Mannar. 7. Kilinochchi. 8. Jaffna. Ampara Battica Trinco Vavuni Vavuni Vavuni Jaffna Jaffna The responsibility of the Min management of the health serv of the functions and evaluati the public under the two subs care services (2) Community H Regional Directors of Health goal of attaining better heal i East Provincial Government sility of providing guidance lealth and Ayurvedic Services iments and services necessary pent of diseases and generally notion of the health of the the following Administrative rs Estimated Mid year Population for 1989 aloa nalee ya. 510000 406000 308000 114000 93000 127000 137000. 853000. 2528000. ya. - otal. istry includes the executive ices by direction, supervision on of the services provided to tantive Programmes (1) Patient ealth Services through the Services with the objective th status for the people.
Page 16 This is done throug! tative, Preventive a ranging from central providing outpatient hospitals of the na lised Hospitals. A Health Centres are = of Bed-strength of I However, the Adminis hospitals are not d A. General Hospital B. Specialised Hos 1. T.B.Hospital, 2. Leprosy Hosp: The functions compr: Para-Medical & Supp Medical Laboratory Machinery, Vehiclés Maintenance of Buil ** Financial Administr tion & Staff Servic PLANNING The activities inc: (i) Preparation o: Health Develoj Policy (ii) Preparation o Programme (iii)Implementatio of Annual Med Development P (iv) Establishment . System (v) Provision of National Heal 08 . the net work of Curative, Rehabilid Primary Health Care Centres Dispensaries/Specialised clinics treatment to the largest types of ire of General Hospitals and Specia:lassified list of these Medical/ 1own in 'WhartIII, Distribution ospitals is as indicated in Eghante, rative control of the following volved and is retained at the Centre. (Teaching) Jaffna itals - . Kankesanthurai ital, Mantivu ise of Planning, Management of Medical, ortive Staff, Management of Drugs, and General Stores, Equipments, including Ambulances; Construction and dings with infra structure facilities; ation and Control: General Administram es Management. ide the following:- the Annual and Medium 'Term Provincial ment Plans in accordance with National the Provincial Public Investment - Supervision, Monitoring and Evaluation um Term and Capital Provincial Health ans. of Provincial Management Information ealth Data to the National Level for the Information System.
Page 17 - 09 . PATIENT CARE SERVICES The activities include the follo (i) Providing both Indoor and ( to the sick in Provincial, Rural Hospitals and Matern: (only) at Central Dispensa: (ii) Providing Ante and Post Na Hospitals (iii) Performing Surgical interv required (iv) Provision of all basic spe Base Hospitals and establii specialised care of patien diabetes, Surgical, Eye, E provision of finer special: Thoracic Surgery and Paedi: (v) : Provision of Peripheral Co to Institutions around Pro' (vi) Provision of Specialist Coi and Base Hospitals to other prevent specialist conciou Provincial and Base Hospita (vii) Provision of specialised M Outdoor, to patients suffer Mental Illness, dancer and (viii)Opening of New Hospitals al Hospitals in accordance wi specified by the National I (ix). Construction and Maintenan of infrastructure faciliti (x) Procurement and Distributi Hospital needs, such as No the like (xi) Procurement of Drugs, Dres Soft Goods, X-ray films an Ware and Chemicals and Med: Medical Supplies Division Division of National Minis (xii) Management of all Medical. General Hospital (Teaching of Jaffna & Batticaloa, Le Hospital, Kankesanthurai. (xiii)Deployment of Staff within (xiv) Establishment of Ayurvedio wing:- . Dutdoor Medical Treatment Base, District, Peripheral', ity Homes & Outdoor Treatment ries tal Care of Mothers at all A tanyag entions on patients when .. cialities in Provincial and shment of clinics for ts Viz. Cardiac (Heart), ar, Nose & Throat, Dental and ities like Neuro-Surgery, atric Surgery nsultation and Support Services vincial and Base Hospitals nsultant Service from Provincial r Medical Institutions to s public filtering into . als. edical Care both Indoor and ang from Tuberculosis, Leprosy, Sexually Transmitted Diseases nd Up-Grading of existing th Policies and standards Ministry of Health pe of all buildings and provision Əs on of Furniture, Linen and other n-Medical Equipment, Diet and sings, Consumables, Surgical 3 Ehemicals, Laboratory Glass ical Equipments from the and the Bio-Medical Engineering cry of Health and Health Institutions other than O Jaffna, Nurses Training Schools prosy Hospital, Mantivu and Chest the Province Dispensaries and Hospitals
Page 18 The activities under t include the following: (1) Treatment of pa All the Hospita managed by the Teaching Hospit (ii) Ayurvedic Pharm Dispensaries ot Hospitals. (iii) Herb gardens at other than Herb research purpos (iv). Establishment (v)Providing assis tals run by the (vi) Establishment o saries. (vii) Ayurvedic Prese (viii) Establishment ( training of sti the Ayurveda E (ix) Establishment Hospitals. ya . 10.- 1e Indigenous Medical System • tients under the Ayurvedic System. Ls and Dispensaries presently Department of Ayurveda, except als. acies attached to Hospitals and her than Pharmacies in Teaching tached to Hospitals and Dispensaries gardens that are maintained for ies. if New Research Institutions. stance to Free Dispensaries and Hospin = Local Authorities. of New Ayurvedic Hospitals and Dispen ervation Boards. of Institutions for the purpose of udents to sit for exams conducted by Lucation and Hospital Board. of Homeopathic Dispensaries and SEN
Page 19 COMMUNITY HEALTH The Health Policy is geared tow. goal of Health for all by the be achieved by implementation o Programme. Priority would the Health Services. Community Health Services inclui (i) General Preventive Servi Sanitation. (ii) Health Education (iii) Family Health, including including Family Plannin (iv) School Health, including Malaria Control (vi) Filariasis Control (vii) Sexually Transmitted Dis (viii) Rabies Control (ix) Food Quality Control Community Health Services are me of Health, Public Health Inspect Health Nurses including Dental i Workers and Field: Assistants. ards the achievement of the lear 2000" and this would r the Primary Health Care sefore be given for Community de the following activities:- ces and Environmental Maternity and Child Care, 3 & Immunisation .School Dental Health eases Control anaged mainly by Medical officers :ors, Health Educators, Public Jurses, Midwives, Family Health
Page 20 - 12" SPECIALISED CAMPAIGNS Management of activities : at the Regional level in National Ministry of Heal (i) Control of Malaria (ii) Control of Filaria (iii) Control of Leprosy (iv) Control of Tubercul (v) Control of Rabies (vi) Control of Sexully PERSONNEL ADMINISTRATION (i) All activities rela Technical Staff (ii) Ali activities, oth personnel administr control of all Heal Service but serving the National Minist: (iii) Conduct of all effi examinations, in te: National Ministry o (iv) Promotions in all g Services depending policy of National i (v) Selections for furt tation with the Nat (vi) Conduct inservice p: of the following specialised campaigns terms of the policy set out by the psis Iransmitted Diseases. ting to personnel administration of non er than basic training, relating to ation of Technical staff. (Disciplinary . th officers belonging to National on secondment/deputation will come under ry of Health). ciency bar examinations and departmental rms of guidelines set out by the f Health. rades belonging to the Provincial Health on the cadre, in accordance with the Ministry of Health. aer training within Sri Lanka in consulional Ministry of Health. rogramme for all categories of staff,
Page 21 MEDICAL/HEALTH INSTITUTION SHOWN CLASSIFIED:REGION REGIONS TAKOatirel Anpå Batt-Tr caloa |-m DISTRICTS |-rai Medical Institutions General Hospital (Teachine) Provincial Hospitals Base Hospitals District Hospitals Peripheral Units Rural Hospitals Maternity Home & Central Dispensary Central Dispensaries | 15 Chest Hospital . Chest Clinics Leprosy Hospital * Ayurvetha Dispensaries "Ayurvetha Dispensaries Health Institutions M.00.H. Nas School Medical Officer School Dental Clinics Regional Medical Offi** cer:Malaria Control Sub Regional Officers - Malaria Control тотА І 53 35 Under the administrative control of the ** Run by Local Authorities with subsidy to Chart. III 5: NORTH-EAST PROVINCE WISE/DISTRICT WISE performance bisektilememektief JA TPN A nco A V. U N I I A alee ! Vavu Mannar Muliai. Jaffna Kale - -niya | naoheid poat -tivy in knee menjawab kepa! *** Iral i ) *WikiNeytirik N. I. | 16 Juu wasession wilayahu ! | 394 13 A 15 estas situas surat 4xtira iwapensis pri la WWW.Min aurine 20 ika-er iki tanesis Atskistene weiniautiniuriais Hautaupulse unha 6 24 14 BH itate Ministry of Health be given by this Ministry.
Page 22 N4 DISTRIBUTION OF HOSPITAL NORTH-EAST PROVINCE Health Regions Ampa- Ba rai. I ca Admn. Districts Type of Hospitals: General Hospital | Nos. (Teaching) Beds Provincial Nos. Hospitals Beds Base No6. Hospitals Beds 352 Nos.. | 2 District Hospitals Beds 94 NOS. A 5 Peripheral Units Beds 164 Nos. Rural Hospitals Beds I 24 5 Nos. Maternity Homes Beds NoS. Tuberculosis Hospital Beds Noв. Leprosy Hospitals Beds Tot Tot Central Dispensaries and Ay 23 Central Dispensaries (Western system) Ayurveda Dispen saries. (1) Departmenta (2) Local Authorities Chart. Tv REGI ON WISE/DISTRICT WISE IN SHOWING BED-STRENGTH ulimwema asemeletaineessario del ti-Trinco oa. -malee V A V U N I Y A FJ AF FN A VikiAt. Vavu Mannar Mullail Jaffna K114 niya tivu |none ont, Il feroma je prihan -- kenariniuose ki te pas 1060 618 330 | 158 4. . . . palationem intelem-fienestemann (undist 232 183 14 Savienu sesi i | |- | | | |- lal+ almlar? 00 107 88 | 625 4 7 35 36 24 24 42 | 331 | 108 ! 4 2 1 62 96 1 er | 24 | 93 10 16 26 Het 144 58 100 1 Number of Hospitals : 87 1 Bed-Strenth :5947 urveda Dispensaries : Out door treatment only Nuwas alemaneserie ist | imwehwali
Page 23 LIST OF AYURVEDA DI IN THE NORT 01. Ayurveda Dispensaries Medicine. Under the Min (1) Sripura (2) Santhunpura (3) Nawamathagama, The above dispensaries Opening of two (2) mor at the undermentioned : start providing treatm (1) Udanga, Sammanthu (2) Amparai Town. 02. Ayurveda Dispensaries : fBom:tep. Sy Ministr 06. 01. China Bay 02. Kantalai 03. Seruvil 04. Sampaltivu Love Lane Kalmunai 07. Chulipuram 08. Punahary 09. Nallur 10. Analativu 11. Punguduthivu 12. Nainathivu 13. Jaffna 14. aluwathivu 15. Pallavarayan Kadi 16. Pulopallai 17. Kaddaively 18. Udupiddy 19. Chankanai sr/ja. 15 - :PENSARI ES FUNCTIONING I-EAST PROVINCE run by the Department of Alternate istry of Health, North-East Province. are functioning in Amparai Diatriot, e dispensaries in the same District, places has been finalised and are to ent to patients shortly:- rai run by Local Authorities with subsidy y of Health North-East Province. 20. Nelliady 21. Achuvely 22. Neervely 23. Karachy 24. Manipay 25. Mirusuvii 26. Kachchai 27. Myliddy 28. Uduvil 29. EMalai 30. Varani 31. Erukkalampiddy 32. Manipay West 33. Nanattan South 34. Musali North 35. Kilakkumoolai North 36. Chinnache ddikulam 37. Mulliyawalai 38. Uthiyavpor, en og Korea) eta
Page 24 06. STAFF MINISTRY OFFICE The agreed cadre of Secretary/Health is Senior Assistant Sec Director General of Deputy Director Gene Administrative Offic Medical Statistician Clerks Stenographers Typists ÖSELđe Aides Drivers Ministry of Health v and the following, st of June 1989:- . Secretary/Health Deputy Director Gene Administrative Offic Clerks Typists Öffice Aidés Drivers REGIONAL OFFICES The following offic Regions: ist. Hii *** Regional Director o 10 R.M.P.. AND Ward clerks i Nursing Officer : Dispenser Telephone Operators Labourers (Female) Labourers (Male) Cook - 16 - Staff for the Ministry office under a as shown under :- retary Health Services rals :er 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 W + Q N N + + n tas started on the 9th of January 1989 Caff only were recruited up to the 30th erál ! 1 - 1 cer 1: I. I T. I - N F - - - - 1 - 3 ers have been appointed in the Trincomalee e Health Services. - 1 Lit. - 3 I I I II I a 8 & N - - w
Page 25 - 17 - Schedule of Vacancies of : Category of Staff. Medical oficers Deputy Administrat Specialised Medical officers. District Medical officers. Nedical Officers of Health. Medical Officers. Medical officers Maternity & Child Dental Surgeons. Judicial Medical Oficers. Administrative Officers. Clerks. Medical Laboratory Technologists. Radiographers. Pharmacists, Physiotherapists. E.C.G.Recordists. Vice Principal Nurses Training Scho Nursing Sister Tutors. Matrons. Nursing officers. Public Health Nurses. Supervising Public Health Inspector Public Health Inspectors. Family Health Workers and Hospital Book Binders Store Keepers Packers. Health Educators. Cinema Operators. taff Based on Approved Cadre. · Vacancies. ive Grade.** 01 26 Health. 38 8 * 8 8 & 1 & 0 ܙܕ 202 31. 100 472 lidwives. 02
Page 26 - 18 TRAINEES 206 Pre-Pupil Midwives hav 16 Dispensers It has been the experience trained and untrained cadr not filled fully. There h 90%. All vacancies in the where training is not nece possible, training has sta Training Centres in the No: Batticaloa and Jaffna. Ho Staff where training has t being made to train such p biggest problem facing t) we are unable t, overcome i of Junior as well Senior Me made to obtain the services employing junior staff on needed basic treatment and would ease out enabling the East Province. A schedule of vacancies is 07.. FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION The Finance Branch of the I Health started functioning A current operational Bank Ceylon Trincomalee on 09.0 finances of the Provincial de volved. The line Minist: continuing to grant alloca of Health Services in the ) The activities include the (i) Preparation, Implem Budget in terms of (ii) Evaluation of finan (iii) Providing Financial of Health. e been selected for training in the past that the vacancies in the es of various grades of employees are as been vacancies ranging from 50% to Health Institutions amongst the cadre ssary have been filled in 1989. Where sted in full scale in the available rth-East, viz. Schools of Nursing wever in other grades of Para-Medical o be done in Colombo, attempts are ersonnel selected from North-East. The he Major Medical Institutions, which at the moment, is the acute shortage edical personnel. Attempts are being . s of Specilists from abroad, while zasual basis to provide the urgently hope the present critical situation · Medical officers to report in North annexed (Page 17) lorth-East Provincial Ministry of with one clerk from 25th January 1989. Account was opened with the Bank of 5.89, bearing Account No. 106676. The Ministry of Health are not yet fully 'y i.e the State Ministry of Health 18 ions to the five Regional Directors 'rovince directly. following:- ntation and Supervision of Provincial nnual Provincial Plans. ial performance. Information to the National Ministry
Page 27 MINISTRY OFFICE Provision allowed under the ! expenditure incurred from Mai Recurrent Expenditure Rs. Capital Expenditure Rs. R S Regarding Capital Expenditur one Motor Car for the Secret: ments. The Motor Car has sii August 1989. REGIONAL OFFICES The State Ministry of Health for Recurrent Expenditure an Five (5) Regional Directors as well as in all Medical In 1989. Monthly Expenditure i Ministry of Health by the Re with a summary of expenditur Details of allocations recei in Annexure IV. Provincial Budget for 1989 and the ch to June 1989 are furnished below: Provision for 1989 Expenditure from March to June 1989 · 889,700/= Rs. 235,695/* _750,000/= Rs. 48,749/ OIF OIA I OD HAN 4 S 2, orders have already been placed for ary and urgently required office equipo nce been purchased and payment made in has granted financial allocations Capital Expenditure, direct to the to meet all expenses in their offices stitutions in their regions during s intimated direct to the State gional Directors of Health Servi oes, e to this Ministry. ved and expenditure incurred are given
Page 28 - 20 - DETAILS OF VOTE P Head 640 - Minister of Health. Programme 1 - General Administr Project 2 - Reginal Administr 3 - Training and Scho 101 - Rehabilitation an 103 - Acquisition of Eq Programme 2 - Patient Care Serv Project 1 - Provincial and Ba 2 - District Hospital 3 - Peripheral Units i 4 - Central Dispensar 5 - Specialised Hospi 6 - Laboratory and ot! 101- Rehabilitation an 103- Acquisition of Eq Programme 3 Community Health Se Project 1 - General Preventiv 2.- Health Education. 3.- School Health inc 4 - Quarantine (Port 5.- Malaria Control. 10 - Family Health. 101 - Rehabilitation an 103 - Acquisition of Eq 104 - Environmental San ARTICULARS. ation and Staff Services. ation. larship. a Improvement of Capital Assets. uipment. ices. se Hospitals. s including Cottage Hospitals. and Rural Hospitals. ies and Maternity Homes. tals, her Diagnostic Services. d Improvement of Capital Assets. uipment. rvices. ? Services and Enviromental Sanitation. Luding School Dental Health. lealth, Talaimannar) Ovem 1 Improvement of Capital Assets. ii prment. itation Facilities.
Page 29 - 21 - SCHEDULE OF ALLOCATIONS BY TH AND THE STATE MINISTRY OF IND EXPENDITURE IN 1989. Programme 1 General Administratio Projects : 2 Regional Administrati 3 Training & Scholarshi Programme 2 Patient Care Services Projects : 1 Provincial and Base F 2. District Hospitals 3 Peripheral Units & Ri 4 Central Dispensaries 5 Specialised clinics ( 6 Other Diagnostic Sert Programme 3 Community Health Ser Projects i 1 Gen. Preventive & Eni 2 Health Education 3 School Health, inclu Health 4 Quarantine (Port Hea: 6 Malaria Control 10 Family Health. Under the control of the State & Wom Programme 4 Alternate Medicine SUMMARISE Programme Programme Programme Programme E STATE MINISTRY OF HEALTH IGENOUS MEDICINE FOR RECURRENT Allocation BS n and Staff Serries on ps ) 8,5,100 9.720,312 | 18, 254,410 二学p=r#神学 Cospitals iral Hospitals 58,25岁,630 8,855,95 29, 16, 14.87,694 | 5, 190,000 一起,122,905 & Mat.Homes 'T B) rices # H pices vironmental Sanitation 10, 145,419 320,385 ding School Dental 725,32岁 _th Office, Talaimannar) 9, 200,000 Ministry of Health en's Affairs. -, 94至98 D UNDER PROGRAMMES 2 3 4 | 18,254,410 188,366, Bac 20,391,129 3,308,90 17913224至25 TOTAL 2
Page 30 - 22 - ANNEXURE IV EXPENDITURE INCURRED BY R.D.H.SS ON REGIONAL OFFICES AND MEDICAL INSTITUTIONS IN THE NORTH-EAST PROVINCE DURING THE PERIOD - JANUARY TO JUNE 1989 FROM LINE MINISTRY FUNDS AMPARAI BATTICALOA JAFFNA TRINCOMALEE VAVUNIYA|| REMARKS VOTE PARTICULARS Please see details on page 3 attached TOTAL EXPENDITU RE FOR 6 MONTHS | JANUARY TO JUNE 1989 TOTAL ALLOCATION FOR THE YEAR 1989 RECURRENT EXPENDITURE HEAD 640 PROGRAMME 1 PROJECT 703,262 588,359 393,307 3 807,319 2,651,337 3,458,656 1,309,948 2,630, 862 3,940,810 3,802, 195 5,282,199 | 9,084,394 8,534,100 9,720,310 | 18,254,410 TOTAL 703,262 588,359 393,307 HEAD 640 РКЮНКАМME 4 PROJECT | 1 4,199,967 1,209,468 2,269,283 1,728,480 8,005,776 - 837,694 2,856,651 762,720 60,005 374,459 3,551,715 3,060,147 6,990,798 1,097,739 4,662,224 1,355,622 2,304,705 591,812 94, 180 365,630 181,528 |17,969,252 6,286,848 2,550,679 |21,368,284 58,253,620 889,135 11,024,834 28,855,295 763,052 |11,906,832 29,162,322 321,570 | 5,709,287 14,872,678 |(a)154, 185 (b)665,300 91,142 | 1,162,302 2, 122,905 4,615,578 151,325,724 133,932,120 for |(a)ExpenditureMay & June 1989 only |(b)Allocation from Ma to December 1989 149,543 A ke TOTAL |9,556,741|12,897,305 HEAD 640 PROGRAMME 3 PROJECT 769,105 660,241 22,771 49,590 37,321 326,178 298,207 NI 15,360 1,631,607 42,820 168, 102 348,656 I 1,271,216 3,462,401 3,685,338 65,591 270,373 (c)663,878 3,526, 260 |8,211,440 10,145,415 |(c)Expenditure for 320,385 May & June 1989 725,325 only 13,587,500(d) (d)Allocation from Ma 10,120,410 to December 1989 34,899,035 10 315,222 444,325 1,085,725 845,133 1,663,828 703,767 1,424,100 261,819 575,386 TOTAL TOTAL RECURRENT EXPENDITURE h1,923,831 117,780,061 (25,372,463|7,960,932 5,584,271 58,621,558 h87,085,565 * * *
Page 31 TOTAL 172,189| 113,717 275,743 6,863 9,280 577,792 10,055,000 690 690 104 HEAD 640 PROGRAMME 3 PROJECT 101 103 1,240 179.900 149,499 TOTAL 180,590 150,739 TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENDI:.2172,189 | 305,500 501,460 TOTAL RECURRENT EXP. 11,923,831|17780,061 25,372,463 GRAND TOTAL 12,096,020|18085,561 25,873,923 ================ Siarani = 282,776 282,776 304,137 7,960,932 33,723 130,550 164,273 240,368 5,584,271 34,963 742,725 718,378 1,523,654 68,621,558 210,000 4,800,000 5,010,000 15,985,000 187,085,565 8,265,069 5,824,639 70,145,212 203,070,565 ======== =========== ==========================================: -...-6 * -3- REZIEEE CEI VOJE PARTICULARS | APARAT BATTICALOA JAFFNA TRINCOMALE TATURITA TOTAL EXPED, FOR 6 MONTHS JANUARY TO JUNE 1989 UL ATICATION FOR THE YEAR 1989 Please see details on page 3 attached CAPITAL EXPENDITURE HEAD64O PROGRAMMET PROJECT 101 11,193 103. 68,078 6,900 79,271 88,213 14,498 520,000 400,000 66,815 66,815 TOTAL 11,193 74,978 14,498 167,484 920,000 HEAD 640 PROGRAMME 2 · PROJECT 101 103 70,914 101,275 38,487 75,230 115,814 159,929 6,863 3,000 6,280 228,215 349,577 3,980,000 6,075,000
Page 32 VEHICLES Ministry office is at pr and 1 Motor Car. It is for the Provincial Direc 9 Ambulances were donate in the following Distric Jaffna Kilinochchi Mannar Vavuni ya e) Trincomalee II I 1 ! او د ده د ده 8 Ambulances were donate These Ambulances have be to the Institutions in t b) C) 509 PO General Hospital (T District Hospital, Peripheral Unit, Ma Peripheral Unit Ch Maternity Home Na Peripheral Unit Th District Hospital M District Hospital T h The Provincial Administr pickup and a Jeep to the of Health Services, Trin vehicle was given by the are urgently required for other Medical Supplies f other Peripheral Institu esent having 2 jeeps, 1 Landrover proposed to purchase one more car tor of Health Services next year. d by the UNHCR, to the Institutions ts. ! Ambulances 11 d by Government of India in February 89 en distributed in the following manner he North-East Province. .. IL T" | 1 1 1 1 1 - 1 11 eaching) Jaffna - 1, Ambulance Mullaitivu llawi eddikulam vatkadu irukovil uttur rincomalee " (Temporarily Attached) ation is also allocating a lorry, *Office of the Regional Director comalee, of which not a single Central Government. These vehicles transport of Drugs, Thriposha and rom Colombo to Trincomalee and to. tions.
Page 33 BUILDINGS. The Ministry office was ho Building in a hall with a With the expansion of wor! available office apace was was shifted to an unoccup: Sea View Road, Trincomale It is proposed to put up an estimated cost of Rs.1 on the Colombo Road. Site have been drawn up and ac tenders and to commence c sketch plan of the propos REGIONS. Action has already been t Trincomalee at a cost of been called for and close allocated Rs.2.9 million communication for obtaini is shown in the sketch pl sused in the present Secretariat floor area of about 400 sq feet. : and the increase in staff, the 3 inadequate and the Ministry was Led block in the Sinhala Maha Vidyalaya ? towards the end of June, 1989. a Secretariat for the Health Ministry at ) million near the 4th. Mile post has already been selected. Plans tion has been initiated to call for onstruction work this year. A location ed office for the Ministry is attached. aken to construct a Drug store for Rs.3.8 million. Tenders have already d. State Ministry of Health has for this purpose and we are in ng the balance money. The location Lan annexed.
Page 35 SITE FOR HEALTH DEPT, DRUG STORES 2,49 hec LEGEND TO KAPPATHURAI MAIN ROAD CAN TRACK STREAM SENERE ROAD RESERVATION THE SITE IS BETWEEN 152nd 15/MILE POST THE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH EAST PROVINCE AN HEALTH DEPARTMENT DRUG STORES TRINCOMALEE TO KAVARADI MALAI TO TRINCOMALEE > ROAD RESERVATION 2,47 hec Ss - - -- -- -- -- --
Page 36 VAYIRIUTTU TOTRINCDMALEC *HE GOVERNMENT OF NORTH EAST PROyINCE TRIncoMALEE, tocATION PLAN FOR) HEALTH, EDUCATION, FooD & FISHERIES MINISTRIES 0 153rd & THE SITE IS BETWEEN 154h MILE POST. s0n 60n To KANTALAI .. ----- --! 1,35 hq " HEALTH MINISTRY 0 1, 35 hd EDUCATION MINISTRY 1, 35hd . / FooD MINISTRY FISHEp• - - - - - ------ WES ----- -- -- -- -- ---------------- AYISINIW SA DY SE'L :
Page 37 10. PRIMARY HEALTH CARE PROGRAMME. The North East Provincial Council is "ALMA ATA" declaration by the world H to which Sri Lanka is also a signator has the goal of attaining * Health fo 2000 A.D". It has been agreed world o could be achieved in the third world working out the grassroot level throu worker sometimes called the "Bare Foo the Rural Areas, replaceing the tradit operating from primary Health care ce concerned with the prevension of dis be cog under the referal system preve of hospitals. The selection of Family now done on an area basis, so that af be posted to the same area. committed to the Cealth organisation y. This declaration r all by the year -ver that this state countries only by -gh the Family Health et Doctor" working in -ional Field Midwife, entre and mainly seases. She will also enting over crowding - Health Workers is Pter training, they will
Page 39 - 30 - PRIMARY HEALTH CARE CENTROS (G! The North East Provincial Govei by allocating nearly half the I The progress made relating to 1 Health care Centres (G.H. cc) a shown hereunder: (4) Batticaloa Division Funded Completed/Equipments obtai: 1. Eruvil. 2. Kurumanveli. 3. 4. Mahiloor. Thuraineelavanai. Thetati vu. 5. Buildings completed/Equipm 1. 2. 3. 4. Periyakallar. Kottaikallar. Ondachimadam. Kalutha valai - (1) Kalutha valai - (2) 5. Sub Divisional Primary Hea Functioning. 1. 2. Cheddipalayam. Kaluwanchikudi. Periyakallar. RAMODAYA HEALTH CENTRES.) rnment is showing its commitments lealth Budget to this project. the establishment of the Primary 3 up to the end of June 1989 is by (Asian Development Aid) Buildings ned and Clinics started functioning ents being obtained. lth care centres which have started
Page 40 - 31 - (B) TrincomaleeDivision (Funde for Refugees (U.N.H.C.R) Buildings Primary Health C Trincomalee Division 1. Sambalthivu i 22. Manalchenai (Kiiliveddy. 3. Mollipotana 4. Thiriyai 5. Echchanthivu 6. Kadakaraichenai (C) Jaffna Division (Funded by Jaffna District G.H.CC. Bu: 1. Annaikoddai 2. Thavady 3. Atchelu 4. Maruyamyulam 5. Karugampanai Arrangements are being mad M.O.H Manipay, Kopay, Chav: Kilinochchi District-Tend 1. Barathipuram 2. Pallavarayankattu 3. Murasumooddai 4. Iyakachchi by United Nations High Commissioner entres Under Construction during 1989 0 (0, , 0endet i 1980AU U.N.H.C.R) ildings Completed e to construct 4 G.H.CC. in the areas of akachcheri and . Kankesanthurai by Donors. ers Finalisher for G.H.CC Construction at i
Page 41 - 32 - Vavuniya Division (Funded by Asian Deve Buildings for P.H.C. Centres Completed Mannar District 1. Erukkalampiddy 2. Arikattively 3. Arippu Mullaitivu District 1. Ampalapperumalkulam 2. Puththuvettuvan Kumulamunai Vannivilankulam Vattarpalai Thanniyottu 7. Alampil 8. Mullivaikkal 9. Kanukkerny 10. Thanduvan 6. P.H.C. Centres - Buildings under Const Mannar District 1. Potkerny 2. Pareppukkadanthan 3. Periyapandivirichan Vavuniya District 1. Kanagarayankulam 2. Sannasipparanthan 3. Unchalkaddy elopment Bank) ruction
Page 42 - 33 P.H.C.Centres under Pros Mullaitivu District. . 1. Muthaiyankattu (Rig 2. Udaiyarkaddu Olumadu On F W N Puthukkudi erruppen 5. Muthaiyankattu (Lef Iranaipalai. Vavuni ya District. Echchankulam Maruthankulam 3. Kulavichuttan 4. Irapperiyakulam 00 O N F W N Puthukkulam 6. Nedunkerny Cheddikulam Andiyapuliyankulam 9. Rajendrankulam 10. Muthali yakulam 11. Nedunkulam East 12. Kannatti. al for Construction ht Bank) t Bank)
Page 43 - 34 . In addition to the above centres, a establish 30 Primary (Gramodaya) He R.D.H. SS Divisions at a total cost from the North-East Provincial fund construct 800 such Health centres i next 10 Years. Following sites have been selected Primary Health Care Centres by the Amparái Division. Am Naw 2. Uda Man - 4. Ser 5. Vin 6. Kan Batticaloa Division. Rug 1. 2. Sit 3. Mir 4. Kan 5. Amp Odd Per Trincomalee Division, sa Aisne 2. Ve] - SEE A Mał 4. Kun 5. Mai 6. Ech Mei The Vavuniya Division. Tal ni mf i osoi - i ri i unor ni mt uió 2. Put 3. Ve: 4. Ir: 6. Pei Jaffna Division. Ku. Ev. Ali Ch. Na Us: ction has been inttiated to alth Centres in the five (5) of Rs. 10 Million to be financed 5. Attempts will be made to a the North-East Province over the for the construction of these respective R.D.H.Ss. ithanweli nga (Sennelkiramam) galagama. ankadai. ayagapuram. nakipuram, am. tandy. 'avodai. anankudah. pilanthurai. Tamawady. -iyawilankulam. Llaimanal, naroof Village (Kinniya) burupi ddy. radichenai. nchilampattai. ngamam, Dehiwatta. oppur. Laimannar. chukudieruppu. Lankulam. unai Illupukulam. nattan. -iyamadu. Lamankal - Mallakam Area. enai - Punnalaikadduwan, aveddy North. vakaddu, valy - Ariyalai an.
Page 44 - 3: 11 REHABILITATION AND RECONST Normally the Ministry its energy to expand a provided to the people health status by provi services for Curitive where required) Prevei unfortunately from the had to be vastly direc and Rehabilitation. Hij and Reconstruction act: as 142 Institutions in damaged and / or affec Adampan) due to militaj , a sum of Rs. 160 mill: and Rehabilitation. It rupees has been allowe Reconstruction Program hoped that the Nationa will take an active ro! in the North-East. The from the Chief Secreta concerted effort in fi Reconstruction and Reb or non- Governmental o received, agreed, and / respective assistance : RUCTION. would mainly concern itself and direct ctivities and improve the services for stated goal of attaining better ding the needed facilities and Care, (with Surgical interventions ative and Primary Health care. But first breath, the Ministry's energy ted and devoted to the task of Reconstruction gh priority had to be given to Rehabilitation ivities, In view of the fact that as many the North-East Province were severely ted ( One completely : District Hospital at activities or Security Forces operations ion was estimated in 1987 for Reconstruotion is regretted that only a sum of Rs.10 mi114an 1 under the Emergency Rehabilitation and pe and that too from June, 1989. It is L Ministry of Reconstruction and Rehabilitation Le in rehabilitating the ailing Health aeotar Ministry with the rapport and strong support cy's Secretariat did not and does not spare iding ways and means in seeking resources for abilitation from whatever sources - Government 'ganisations, foreign and local. Aids already or under consideration are indicated under programmes.
Page 45 - 36 - REHABILITATION AND RECONS A total sum of Rs. 166.3 Reconstruction and Rehabi affected Health Instituti of the North-East Provinc Rs. Jaffna Vavuniya Trincomalee Batticaloa Amparai TOTAL Rs... NORAD AID Norad has provided 3 mill and Rehabilitation of the A sum of Rs. 1,277,000/= The balance work is being Action is being taken to 22 'Health Institutions i estimated cost of Rs. 4,8 .PRSC/NRSC is already ind: Names of Institutions 01. RDHS's Office, Batti 02. RDHS's Bungaloa Bat 03. AMO'S 'Office Battie 04. Kattankudy New Hosp 05. Kattankudy P.u. Gov 06. Kattankudy P.U. 07. " Chettipalayam C.D. 08. Kaluwanchikudy MOH. 09. Kaluwanchikudy P.U. 10. Palugamam C.D. 11. Mandur C.D. TRUCTION million has been requested for litation of the damaged and .ons in the 05 R.D.H.S.Divisions e as shown hereuider:- 60,893,810 24,559,000 61,378,000 9,270,500 10, 190,000 166.291.319 IO | 4 Lion Rupees for the Reconstruction ; General Hospital, Batticaloa. has already been spent in 1988, 3 continued during this year. rehabilitate and reconstruct a Batticaloa District at a total B40,400/= and the approval of the. icated. Rs. caloa ticaloa aloa ital t. Qrs. Total Estimated Oget 302,000 84,600 89,000 283,000 356,000 240,000 65,800' 57,200 266,000 89,200 8 Office 65,000
Page 46 - 37 . Names of Institutions 12. Periyakallar RH 13. Thuraineelavanai CD 14. Eravur PU 15. Chenkalady RH 16. Unnichchai CD 17. Santhi vely CD 18. Valaichchenai GH 19. Meeravodai CD 20. Mankerny CD 21. Vaharai PU 22. Kathiravely Negotiations are underw additional improvements in Batticaloa District under the Norad assista New Buildings proposed 01. G.H. Batticaloa 02. D.H. Valaichchenai 03. P.U. Eravur 04 P.U. Vaharai 05. New Kattankudy 06. P.U. Kaluwanchiku 07. C.D. Bakkielai TOTAL SWISS AID Government of Swizerla e following Rehabilitati (1) MANNAR BASE HOSPI Work in Mannar Ho Rs. 10 Million fo for equipment is part of work is the balance work Total Estimated Cost Rs. 114,600 : 30,000 375,000 285,000 529,000 33,900 184,500 114,700 132,000 929,000 215,000 Total Rs. 4,840,500 ay for the construction of the to the undermentioned hospitals at a cost of Rs.42.59 million nce. at: - = 11 29.7 million 3.89 " 4.95 1.65 1.35 0.12 11 0.93 4 IUN SSES Ed has under-taken to do the -n and Reconstruction work. pital at an estimated cost of - construction and Rs. 5 Million n progress. Up to now one third mpleted and the progress regarding 6 going on satisfactorily.
Page 47 • 38. SWISS AID (2) NURSES' QUARTERS AT BASE HOSE (3) REHABILITATION OF KUCHCHAVE THAMPALAKAMAM RURAL HOSPITAI GOMARANKADAWELA RURAL HOSPI TRINCOMALEE DISTRICT The above two (Nos. 2 & 3) I approval of the National Ret The work referred to in (3) Rs. 11,120,000/= including initiated to commence work : ITALIAN AID A team of Technical Officers from tl Trincomalee in March 1989 and agreed and Reconstruction of Base Hospital Muttur and other Health Institution negotiation.. FUNDS ALLOCATED BY REHABILITATION M: The Rehabilitation Ministry, Northallocation of Rs. 9,895,000/= for H Vavuniya, Mullaitivu and Amparai Di Institutions are appended below. Institutions in Vavuni ya Di C.D. Neriyakulam RMP Quarters Neriyakulam CD & MH Pavatkulam AMP Quarters Pavatkulam Mi dwi fe's Quarters Pavatkul MOH's Quarters RDHS office Total PITAL - VAVUNIYA CI RURUAL HOSPITAL E AND TAL IN projects have received the habilitation Steering Committee, above is estimated to cost equipment. Action is being in the Rural Hospital, Kuchchave11. he Italian Embassy visited d to attend to the Rehabilitation , Trincomalee and District Hospital s. This Aid is still under INISTRY Fast Province has granted an ealth Rehabilitation work in stricts. Details of these strict Amount (Ra) 500,000 350,000 30,000 35,000 150,000 50,000 A 15,000 1,170,000 am SSE====
Page 48 . 39. Institutions In Mull D.H. Mullaitivu MO's Quarters Mulla CD Kokulai & RMP 's PU Mallawi CD & RMP Quarters CD Thunukai & RMP Qu CD Oddusuddan Total Institutions in Ampa CD Annamalai & AMP Q CD & MH Thirukovil MOH Office Thirukovi MOH/MO/AMP Quarters Total Summary Vavuniya Mullaitivu Amparai Grand Total Approval of the PRSC of the undermentione Districts at a total Jaffna District BH Point Pedro DH Tellipallai DH Cha vakachcheri DH Kayts DH Pungudutivu DH Delft Total Mannar District PU Pesalai Port Health Office T RH vidataltivu CD Periyapandi viric GHC Alkadi veli BH Madhu Road CD Vellankulam Total aitivu District Amount (Rs) itivu uarters Mullai yawalai arters 50,962 5o,CO 1,OOO,000 2O2, COO 150,9OO 225,000 50,000 2122219@g. rai District quarters 1,500,000 5,000,000 6,500,000 二===卷二=学生会 1,120,000 2,225,000 6, 50,000 9,895,000 /NRSC is awaited for the Rehabilitation d Hospitals in the Jaffna & Mannar | cost_of_Rs 5,516,50/= Amount (Rs) 684,000 1,26o,OOO 889,COO 545,000 556,500 19,000 ( 5,851,500 alaimannar han +00,000 125, OCO 9o,COO 50,000 150,000 50,000 800,000 1,665,000
Page 49 40 - 12. Institutions occupied by Security Fo S. The Security forces (Sri Lanka Army/ of the following offices, Medical In for staff attached to the Institution Rehabilitation work in respect of th Owing to this situation, Vavuniya & Mullaitivu District 1. Central Dispensary & RMP's Quart 2. Central Dispensary & Maternity H 3. Midwife Quarters/CD & MH Pavatku 4. Central Dispensary and RMP's Qrs 5. RDHS Office Vavuniya 6. MO MCH Quarters, Vavuniya 7. Divisional Drugs Stores(Part) va Trincomalee District 1. Central Dispensary & Maternity Morawewa, Pankulam 2. DMO's & Nurses Quarters, DH Muth 3. Rural Hospital and RMP's Qrs. Th 4. Central Dispensary & RMP's Quart Jaffna and Kilinochchi Districts 1. Central Dispensary, Vannerikulam 2. Peripheral Unit, Akkarayankulam Maternity Wardand Medical Office 3. Public Health Inspector's Quarte Akkarayankulam Central Dispensary & Maternity a Midwife's Quarters 4. Batticaloa District 1. RMP's Quarters/Peripheral Unit, 2. Central Dispensary & RMP's Quart Periyapullumalaisia VI HANN Amparai District Central Dispensary & Maternity I 2. MOH's Quarters, Thirukovil 3. Peripheral Unit Akkaraipattu/Wau гсев SIF, IPKF) are in occupation stitutions and/or quarters as and RDHS's Office, Vavuniya, ese Institutions are held up : ers Neriyakulam - IPKF Dne, Pavatkulam SLA lam lama - SLA , Kokilai - Prohibited Area IPKF ІРКА vuniya - IPKF Оme - IPKF. ura - IPKF Lampalakamam - IPKF ers, Mullipottana- SLA - IPKF . er's Quarters - IPKF ers - ENDLF Lome, Tharmapuran - IPKF Kaluwanchikudy - EPRLF cers Home, Thirukovil - STF - IPKF cds & RMP's Qrs. - STF
Page 50 41 . 13. Programme of Work during the and into 1990 1. A composite Health Developmen for 1990 will be prepared bas being obtained from Regional : 2 The Ministry will continue iti progress in Rehabilitation an and in providing basic facili. to make them fully functional 'Health Care' cover to the per 3. Efforts will be continued to the buildings and/or premises quickly as possible with a vie fully functional 4. Improve preventive health to 1 available resources. Ensure the curative services ( available to the public. 6. Organise the services and pro 7. Ensure the intrasectoral and i Governmental and N.G.00. 8. Review and monitor performance 9. Pay attention to the maintenar equipments, vehicles and other 10. Organise collection and mainte 11. Organising for establishment o for Radiographers, Medical Lat and Physiotherapists. 12. Organising and Establishmentos · Unit for North-East Province a 13. Continue attempts to obtain se through Governmental and N.G. overcome acute shortage of Ser 14. Obtain the assistance of the Public Service Commission of : * vacancies of para-medical, pro ensuing months of 1989 E plan for the North-East Province ed on the District Health Plans Directors of Health Services. B efforts to achieve optimum 3 Reconstruction work, repair work cies to the existing institutions to provide the maximum possible pple. getsecurity forces to release/vacate of the Medical Institutions as ew to make those Institutions che extent feasible within the of acceptable level are made visions of supplies and equipments. intersectoral Co-ordinations with ទ Ice of Capital assets - buildings, · utility services. nance of statistical data. f a Para-Medical Training Institute oratory Technologists, Pharmacists ' a Bio-Medical Engineering Service t Trincomalee. rvices of Specialists from abroad O assistance and goodwill to ior Medical Personnel. tate Ministry of Health and the he North East Province to fill ventive, Primary Health care staff.
Page 51 - 42 - ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: The Ministry wishes to place on reco gratitute to the organisations, asso voluntering to provide curativo, pre ices and equipments, infrastruct Health Care of the people of the Nor 1. Medicins Sans Frontieres - MS 2. Specialists Medical Team of 3. Save the Children Fund (UK.) 4. United Nations High Commissio 5. Sri Lanka Red Cross Society. 6. Indian Red Cross Society's R. 7. Sri Lankan Volunteer Medical The Ministry offers its thanks to t} assistance given to the Rebilitatior Health Sector institutions and provi 1. Asian Development Bank - ADB. 2. International Development As 3. United Nations Development Pa 4. United Nations Institute of 5. Governments of India, Italy, and U.S.A. Sincere thanks are due to the Hon. Hon. Ministers Province, Hon. Members of Council, Secretaries of Ministries, Director North-East Provincial Government an and Departments and to the Regional Amparai, Batticaloa, Trincomalee, V: Ministry for the goodwill shown and ance, guidance, encouragement and c affairs of the Ministry and to perf responsibilities to the Government Welfare of the people of the North ord its most sincere thanks and ociations and individuals for eventive and primary health care Eure and other facilities for the -th-East Province: SF. Cuba. - SCF. (UK). oner for Refugees - UNHCR. elief Mission to Sri Lanka. Personnel. e Donors and Agencies for the a and Reconstruction work of the iding equipments and supplies: sociation - IDA. rogramme - UNDP. Cultural & Education Foundation. UNICEF. Norway (NORAD.), Sweden, U,K, Chief Minister of the North-East the Chief Secretary and all other s and staff of Departments of the d also due to the State Ministritos Directors of Health Services, avuniya and Jaffna under this for the active support, assista p-operation given to conduct the orm its duties, obligations and and in relation to the Health East Province.
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