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Entry Phase by Mind Map: Entry Phase

1. 1. Integration with community residents

1.1. First Hand Experience

1.1.1. Hardship

1.1.2. Aspirations

1.1.3. Hope

1.2. Immersion

1.3. Understand

1.4. Collaboration

1.5. Rapport

1.6. Trust

1.7. Methods:

1.7.1. Living with the community

1.7.2. Converse with people where they usually gather

1.7.3. Help in their household chores

1.7.4. House to house visits

1.7.5. Participate in different social activities in the community

1.7.6. Engage in economic production of the community

1.7.7. Adapt with the lifestyle of the community

1.8. HCWs connect people to:

1.8.1. To develop the poor community

1.8.2. To deeply understand the community

1.8.3. Experience a diverse aspect of culture

1.8.4. To be accepted as a member of their community

2. 2. Conduct deepening social investigation

2.1. Community Study

2.2. To draw a clear picture of the community

2.3. Phase

2.3.1. Beginning

2.4. Process

2.4.1. Continuous

2.4.2. Never Ending

2.5. Pointers to Remember:

2.5.1. Community Leaders can be trained initially

2.5.2. Secondary Data should be examined

2.5.3. Facilitate social investigations

2.5.4. Regular confirmation and validation of data

2.5.5. Trust of people in the community

2.5.6. Avoid the use of survey questionnaire

2.5.7. Informal methods such as social gathering and house to house visits

2.5.8. Workshop and small group discussions for data gathering

2.6. Data:

2.6.1. Demographic

2.6.2. Cultural Beliefs

2.6.3. Education

2.6.4. Economic Condition

2.6.5. Morbidity and Mortality

2.6.6. Health Services

2.6.7. Organizations

2.6.8. Food Supply

3. 3. Disseminate information / sensitization of community residents about HRDP-COPAR

3.1. sensitization of the people on the critical events in their life

3.2. motivating them to share their dreams and ideas on how to manage their concerns

3.3. mobilizing them to take collective action on these

4. 4. Formulate criteria for selection of core group members

4.1. Recognize the role of local authorities

4.2. With good moral and attitude towards the community

4.3. Adopt a low-key profile

5. 5. Long / short listing of potential core group members / leaders

5.1. Potential Leaders/Members

5.1.1. Must belong to the poor section of the society.

5.1.2. Valued group member

5.1.3. Receptive and able to fight for improvement

5.1.4. Have the initial expertise in leadership and management

5.1.5. Excellent listening ability

5.1.6. Open / willing to have a high degree of interest and desires

5.1.7. Existing desires and preferences on a mutual basis with others

5.1.8. Manifests behaviors / beliefs with honesty and reputation

5.1.9. Able to learn and develop talents

5.1.10. Committed to sharing the community's own time and energy

5.1.11. Shows a desire on a collective basis to act on something or address conflicts with others

5.1.12. Shares a vision, aspirations and beliefs close to those of individuals

6. 6. Delivery of essential services (CI / Students)

6.1. Provision of Health Services

6.1.1. Acute health problem response

6.1.2. To provide immediate interventions

6.1.3. To emphasize Preventive aspects of Healthcare

6.1.4. To draw out the people’s interest in the health programs

6.1.5. Community Integration and Organizer Enhancement

6.2. Health Problems that need Immediate Attention:

6.2.1. High prevalence: Undernutrition Parasitism

6.2.2. Epidemics

6.2.3. Disaster Relief Rehabilitation

6.2.4. Seasonal Activities: During Summer Herbal / Medicine Hunting & Preparation Deworming “Operation Tuli”

7. 7. Continuation of deepening social investigation (Delos Santos)

7.1. Verification and enrichment of data collected from initial survey

7.2. For a better view how the community and its people perform in general

7.3. Results relayed through community assembly

8. 8. Core group formation

8.1. A group of 8- 10 individuals/comm

8.1.1. Leadership potentials

8.1.2. Cohesive Working Unit

8.2. Strategies

8.2.1. Integration

8.2.2. Deepening social investigations

8.2.3. Training and Education

8.2.4. Knowledge

8.2.5. Skills

8.2.6. Attitude

8.2.7. Awareness

8.2.8. Consciousness

8.2.9. Relationship

8.2.10. Mobilization of core group

9. 9. Definition of roles / functions of the core group

9.1. Functions of the Core Group

9.1.1. social preparation

9.1.2. organization

9.1.3. setting up and facilitation

9.1.4. sensitization and mobilization

9.1.5. participation

10. 10. Conduct team building / sensitization / formal education of the core group

10.1. Purpose: To strengthen the organization and develop its capability to attend to the community’s basic health care needs.

10.2. Concepts:

10.2.1. Conduct of the community diagnosis Profile of the local health situation

10.2.2. Training of the community health workers Decision on roles Training needs analysis (TNA)

10.2.3. Health services provision and mobilization Strengthen collective spirit Enhance confidence

10.2.4. Leadership formation activities Meetings, assessment to evaluation Organizing skills Human relations Supervisory skills

11. 11. Presentation of baseline survey results to the community

11.1. Data presentation will depend largely on the type of data obtained.

11.1.1. Descriptive data - narrative reports

11.1.2. Numerical data - presented in tables and graphs.

12. 12. Conduct self-awareness and leadership training among leaders

12.1. POTENTIAL LEADERS (main branch)

12.1.1. Future community organizers

12.1.2. Partners in health services delivery

12.1.3. Form and Lead the CHO

12.1.4. Take on managed roles

12.1.5. Characteristics: Poor sector in community Respected community member Unquestionable credibility Wide sphere of influence Responsive Willing to work for change Initial leadership and management skills Good communication skills

13. 13. Consult the community about the need to organize the CHO

14. 14. Formation of the community research team

14.1. Functions of the Core Group and its Members

14.1.1. Social preparation of the community for health and development work.

14.1.2. Organization of a community research team for the conduct of community diagnosis.

14.1.3. Setting up of the Community Health Organization and facilitation of the identification of potential CHWs.

14.1.4. Sensitization and mobilization of the community to act on their more immediate health needs

14.1.5. Participation in the delivery of essential health services.