Health does not only mean absence of a disease, instead its a state of complete physical and mental well- being. Achieving and maintaining a healthy lifestyle is very essential for every individual.
You must have saved for your tough times, but with the increase in the medical cost, savings alone does not suffice. A surgery costs 10 times more than what it used to 5 years back and with the increasing medical facilities and developments, these prices are ascertained to rise. Your health is in your control. Besides, maintaining the basic conditions of hygiene, its important for an individual to cover himself under a health insurance policy. Perfect health is never guaranteed, therefore its important to have a health cover. Buying a medical policy is the most important step towards health planning. Although it does not save you from diseases but help you to meet the sky rocketing medical expenses.
Neither your past employer nor any insurance company would cover you at that age. This is the age where we get vulnerable to multiple medical problems such as heart diseases, blood pressure, diabetes, joint pains and many more ailments which require regular medical attention.
Buying a medical policy then would not be of much use as it would not cover many diseases and the policy holder would have to bear a waiting period to get them onto the list. Moreover, the policy would not cover any pre-existing disease which otherwise would have got covered under a policy bought earlier. Thus, its very important to carry a health cover at every stage of life and proper health planning is the key to achieving good health.
The planning cycle:
Monitoring & Evaluation
The course is designed to improve the management skills of people working in community health and development programmes. The course provides practical skills related to programme planning, monitoring and evaluation. Participants will learn how to prepare a 3 year programmatic plan in a LFA (Logical Framework Analysis) format.
Government Education Development Strategy 2001-2010:
Three main pillars
Equity in access to education and opportunities to pass onto the next grade / school
Quality of teachers, curricula, textbook and other materials
Good education management
All children have the right and the possibility to go to school
No child is directly or indirectly excluded from school only because of poverty, disabilities or other disadvantage
Good education and management:
Increase quality and effectiveness (e.g. of education planning)
Decentralisation to bring into play from each administrative level their
Standardisation of education management staff on all 4 levels (MOET, DOET, BOET, school) in terms of education management
Knowledge (to know)
Skills (ability to do)
Virtues (positive attitude)
Morale (decision to respect moral values)
Enable education managers to make informed decision (= decision based on verifiable, reliable information)
School management information system
Financial management information system
Personnel management information system
Inspection management information system
The course content is divided into 3 modules:
Supervision and Monitoring – 3 days
Evaluation – 2 days