Future Plans

Dr. Raja Amjad Mahmood, Director General NHEPRN enhancing emergency operations center (EOC) in National Health Emergency Preparedness and Response Network (NHEPRN) office premises with Collaboration with World Health Organization (WHO).

 

Strengthening Coordination with NDMA, PDMAs, DoHs (Provincial & Regional)/ Provincial HEPRNs and International Development Partners (WHO, UNFPA, UNICEF, etc).

 

Strengthening Institutional Collaboration with Health Cluster Partners, RH Working Group Partners and Public Private Partnerships (NGOs, CSOs, Others).

 

HDR for Disaster Preparedness & Response.

 

National Disaster Risk Management Fund-NDRMF: Project Proposal for Vulnerability Mapping, DRR, HRD in 05 Districts.

NHEPRN  to act as the central Coordinating body at national level  for health emergency management 

 

Strengthening of Coordination with Stakeholders– Provincial Health Authorities, UN, NGOs, INGO’s.

 

Strengthening of Disease Early Warning System (DEWS)

 

Development of Integrated National Health Emergency Surveillance System.

 

Development of online Geographical Information System (GIS) for health facilities in Pakistan.

 

Basic Life Support (BLS) Training Program for Fire Fighters, Teachers and Students of local colleges and universities

 

Training on Community Action for Disaster Response

 

Training on Maternal & Child Health during Emergencies (Resource material is being developed)

 

HOPE Courses (2 courses will be completed by the end of June, whereas, 6 more courses have planned to be conducted till end of December 2013)

 

Training on Community Based Disaster Risk Management (2 trainings will be completed by the end of June, whereas, 6 more trainings have planned to be conducted till end of December 2013)

 

Training on Mother and Child Nutrition during Emergencies.

 

ELSS trainings  for Motorway police & ICT Police (1 training will be conducted every month)

 

Training of Provincial and District HEPR staff on “Information Management, Data Analysis and GIS Applications during Emergencies”.