VHP Stakeholder Identification Exercise NeverNeverland Community Outreach Program (NNLCOP). NeverNeverland (NNL) is a developing country and one of the poorest In the world. As part of its international humanitarian efforts, CharitableTrustAustralla (CTA) has pledged funds to assist NNL in a community outreach program in education and health. CTA is an Australian-based charitable organisation which uses donations from the Australlan general public and private Australian corporations to fund its international ald programs. One of the projects to be run under the NNLCOP is the Village Health Project (VHP) to be administered in the province of DownAndOut (DAO). DAO comprises 50 villages and is remote and not well serviced by public transport. Buses run four times a day but even getting to a bus could involve a walk across fields lasting several hours. About fifty thousand tribal people live in DAO and they eke out a living through sustenance or rain fed agriculture. Each village is headed by a Head Honcho, typically an elder man who can influence villagers' opinions. The nearest hospital is 50 kilometres away and one with surgical facilities would be twice that distance. The inability of most tribal families to afford the costs of transportation and treatment makes modern medicine almost inaccessible to the tribes of this area. In DAO, one out of five babies die before they complete their first year and many mothers die in childbirth. As part of the VHP, CTA is planning the following in DAO: .A 24 bed hospital to provide subsidised inpatient and outpatient care for surgical, medical and obstetric patients. The hospital will comprise a 24×7 labour room witha small attached neonatal unit, an operating theatre with appropriate sterilisation, monitoring and anaesthetic facilities, an emergency room and an ultrasound scan machine to aid diagnosis A separate building to house offices, X-ray room and laboratory where an auto- analyser will permit a range of blood tests, including testing for T.8. and H.lv. infections, to be done efficiently . e An outpatient clinic buillding.
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