Completed Projects

 

TRAINING OF FEMALE JUNIOR CLINICAL TECHNICIAN

(CRASH PROGRAMME)

MAY 2009 TO MAY 2011

Added to the services delivered by the doctors, nurses, LHVs and paramedics are the essential health professionals in any health care system in any part of the world and can be truly termed as the backbone of the health care services delivery system.

 

The Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa is aware of the fact that the acceptance of the services delivered by the community is the most important factor of success of the system.

 

Similarly the degree of disparity among men and women will play its role in making a system workable or otherwise. Presently the majority of our paramedical force relies on male staff. This makes a situation more difficult for the most vulnerable group of society to have an easy and acceptable access to the health care facilities provided by the department due to the socio-cultural norms and traditions. Moreover it is essential that the defined services must be in rach of the beneficiaries in support of their preferences.

 

To ensure the  health care services to the reach of our women  and in accordance to their traditions the Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa give the mandate to  the Provincial Health Services Academy to train 722 FJCT enabling them to impart quality education and be able to satisfy the needs of the department as well as the demand of the community by providing them not only with highly skilled hands but a productive part of the society.  For achieving the target of the scheme, the provincial Govt. give the mandate to the PHSA to trained the 722 Female Junior Clinical Technicians in 12 different technology.

 

With all these efforts of the Govt. of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa the Provincial health Services Academy Department of health has put its utmost efforts to impart meritorious training to the potential Female junior Clinical Technicians in twelve health technology/disciplines, ensuring excellent health care services delivery to the mothers and chi8ldgten the most vulnerable group of our community.

 

To improve the health of our community will make Pakistan improve its health indicators secure higher global ranking standing side by side to any of the developed nations of the world, The Govt. introduce/approved a scheme named “training of Female Junior Clinical Technicians in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (crash Programme)” on 5th January 2009.

 

In the subject scheme, total 722 FJCT were trained in two years w.e.f. 1st May 2009 to May 201 in the following twelve disciplines.

 

Technology wise detailed of FJCT students 2009-10 &2010-11

Name of Technology

Total trained 2009-10

Total trained 2010-11

Total Trained  2009-10 & 2010-11

Dental

60

 0

60

Radiology

61

48

105

Pulmonology

04

15

19

Cardiology

73

36

106

Physiotherapy

08

30

38

Gastroenterology

03

11

12

Dialysis

04

39

43

ophthalmology

03

7

10

Pathology

            22

21

39

Anesthesia

31

73

101

Surgical

24

93

107

Pharmacy

55

0

55

Total

348

374

722

The Training was conducted in PIMT DIK,PIMT Aabbottabad,DHDC Mardan and PGPI,Peshawar in evening shift with following break-up:-

 

Name of Institute

Total trained FJCT

Catchments area of institute

PGPI LRH,Peshawar

216

Peshawar,Mardan,Charsadda,Nowshera, Swabi,FR Peshawar,FR Kohat,Khyber and Mohmand Agency

PIMT DIK

180

DIK,Kohat,Karak,Lakki, Bannu,Marwat, Tank,Hangu, FR Bannu, FR DIK, FR Lakki,FR Tank NWA,SWA,Orakzai and Kurram Agency

PIMT Abbottabad

184

Abbottabad, HARI PUR,mansehra, Kaladaka,Batagram,Kohistan and Northeren Area.

DHDC Mardan

142

Swat,shanglla,Malakand,Bunair,Upper and Lower Dir, Chirtral and ,Bajaour Agency

 

722

 

 

Project summery

 

Total Cost of Project                                      =59.838

Total Expenditure of project                          =50.5240

Saving                                                          = 9.3148/-

TOTAL TRAINED                                     = 722

Appointed till date  386+318                 =704

 

 

Expenditure per participants according to PC-1      =82880/-

Actual expenditures per participants.       =69,977//-