occupied Palestinian territory 2021

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 1.4 | published | Download the HRP document
People in need
1.4m
People targeted
1.2m
People reached
0.7m calendar_today
Requirements ($)
Coverage (%)
Unmet ($)

Indicator Overview

IndicatorUnitTarget
CO1: Ensure the availability of acceptable and quality essential healthcare services to vulnerable communities in oPt
IN1: # of most vulnerable people in oPt accessing quality lifesaving health interventions by type of service, including primary healthcare, nutrition, child health, sexual and reproductive health, including SGBV, mental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS), healthcare for elderly, and rehabilitation services for people with disabilities (PwD) (sex, age and disability disaggregated indicator)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point871,576
CO2: Strengthen the healthcare system's capacity to respond to emergencies and build community resilience to cope with the impact of current and future crises
IN1: # of healthcare facilities and healthcare workers with capacity to respond to emergencies (including COVID-19) and are prepared to cope with impact of current and future crisesShow the disaggregated data for this data point243,953
CO3: Advocate for unhindered and equitable access to healthcare and protection of the right to health for all, including the most vulnerable in oPt
IN1: # of patients, companions and healthcare workers benefitting from documentation, monitoring and advocacy activities (sex, age and disability disaggregated indicator)PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point37,887
CA1: Provide L2 PHC health care services using mobile clinics, including consultations, supply of drugs/equipment/ disposables, integration of Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH) and prevention and referral of SGBV.
IN1: # of people who have access to L2 PHC servicesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point99,171
IN2: # of children under 5 receiving health and nutrition services through mobile clinicsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point7,162
IN3: # of people directly benefitting from awareness sessions and health / nutrition educationPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point51,771
IN4: # of women received SRH servicesWomenShow the disaggregated data for this data point12,129
IN5: # of health workers trained on different SRH topicsHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point142
IN6: # of SGBV survivors reached within 72hrs of incidentSurvivorsShow the disaggregated data for this data point35
CA2: Deliver essential elective surgery, emergency and trauma care at all levels of the pathway, through life- and limb-saving training, triage and injury protocols, deployment of emergency medical teams, timely data and multidisciplinary rehabilitation.
IN1: # of cases received frontline prehospital careCasesShow the disaggregated data for this data point23,000
IN2: # of cases received appropriate care in the emergency department using a standard validated triage tool and vital signs monitoringCasesShow the disaggregated data for this data point107,000
IN3: # of acute surgical interventions conductedInterventionsShow the disaggregated data for this data point8,863
IN4: # of patients treated for limb reconstructionPatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point540
IN5: # of patients treated for post-operative carePatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point1,320
IN6: # of health staff trained on essential life-saving interventionsMedical StaffShow the disaggregated data for this data point11,150
IN7: # of patients benefitted from provision of elective surgeryPatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point8,010
CA3: Provide essential medical supplies (medicines, disposables, blood components, etc) for acutely vulnerable NCD patients and preventive activities at the community level.
IN1: # of NCD patients benefitted from access to medicines (cancer, diabetic >60 and <18, hypertensive >60, or/and patients with kidney failure)PatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point64,456
IN2: # of healthcare workers providing NCD treatment trained on NCD managementHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point50
IN3: # of people directly benefiting from NCD awareness sessions and health educationPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point6,272
CA4: Provide access to healthcare and nutrition that prevent excessive maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality by ensuring that clean and safe delivery, essential newborn care and emergency obstetric and newborn care services are available at all times.
IN1: # of neonates receiving quality healthcare services in NICUsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point25,722
IN2: # of < 5 children receiving targeted health and nutrition interventionsChildrenShow the disaggregated data for this data point167,600
IN3: # of women in reproductive age, pregnant and lactating women receiving quality maternal and nutrition servicesWomenShow the disaggregated data for this data point162,657
IN4: # of healthcare workers trained on neonate interventions and SRH topic and management of MalnutritionHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point1,190
IN5: # of people directly benefitting from awareness sessions and health educationPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point264,071
CA5: Deliver multidisciplinary management of neglected people with disabilities (PwD) including rehabilitation services, psychosocial support and community awareness on disabilities and other cross cutting issues.
IN1: # of PwDs with access to multidisciplinary rehabilitationPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point4,300
IN2: # of healthcare workers trained of inclusive healthcare servicesHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point145
IN3: # of people directly benefiting from disability care awareness sessions and health educationPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point14,600
CA6: Establish MHPSS services ensuring inclusion of marginalized people, provide psychological first aid to those exposed to traumatic events, integrate MH into all health facilities through provision of MHPSS training for healthcare workers essential psychotropic medicines and ensuring clinical case management is evidence based.
IN1: # of trained healthcare providers and community workers on MHPSS, including mhGAPService ProvidersShow the disaggregated data for this data point1,275
IN2: # patients with access to MHPSS servicesPatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point196,650
IN3: # of people directly benefitting from awareness session and mental health promotion activitiesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point147,008
CA7: Strengthen health sector coordination and health information systems to improve the effectiveness health response for people in need, with an emphasis on enhancing protection and increasing access for health across the oPt
IN1: # of Health Cluster partners trained on key priority themes (such as protection, gender, disability)Partners100
IN2: # of healthcare facilities reporting to the Health Cluster HeRAMSFacilities180
IN3: # of partners contributing to the PARP “partners activity reporting platform”Partners60
IN4: # of local NGOs included in the HRP with self-led projectsNNGOs10
CA8: Document and monitor barriers to healthcare services access, including for patients requiring and receiving permits to reach essential healthcare services, as a basis for evidence-based advocacy.
IN1: % of patients and companions requiring permits to access essential healthcare services receiving permitsPatientsShow the disaggregated data for this data point37,887
CA9: Document and monitor attacks on healthcare as a basis for prevention efforts and evidence-based advocacy.
IN1: # of agencies contributing to documentation of attacks on healthcareAgencies15
IN2: # of healthcare staff benefitted from monitoring and protection interventionsHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point3,300
CA10: Provide essential medical supplies: laboratory, hospital and community-based case management, infection prevention and control items to build the capacity of health system to timely and effectively respond to the outbreaks of new and re-emerging infectious diseases
IN1: # of people with access to testing to detect communicable diseases e.g. COVID-19PeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point220,000
IN2: # of healthcare workers protected with the provision of PPEHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point23,953
IN3: # of healthcare workers trained on laboratory testing, case managementHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point500
IN4: # of non-medical staff and community health workers trained on protocols, IPC, etcStaffShow the disaggregated data for this data point240
IN5: # of treatment/ isolation/ quarantine facilities supported including medical supplies and equipmentFacilities35
CA11: Enhance preparedness within the health sector to better deal with sudden onset events, such as heightened conflict and disease outbreak, through stockpiling lab supplies, drugs, disposables, and IPC supplies, capacity building, enhanced coordination and communication.
IN1: # of healthcare facilities with prepositioned itemsFacilities92
IN2: # of affected benefitted from prepositioned suppliesPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point31,000
IN3: # of healthcare facilities which have a disaster plan including management of mass casualties, reviewed and rehearsed on a regular basisFacilities50
IN4: # of healthcare workers trained on emergency preparednessHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point100
IN5: # of people from the community to benefit from provision of first aid kits and first aid trainingPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point600
CA12: Strengthen health information management systems including disease surveillance to improve the speed and effectiveness of emergency responses.
IN1: % of cases reported to WHO within 24 hours of confirmation as per IHR requirementPercentage100
IN2: # of trained multidisciplinary RRTs24
IN3: # of healthcare workers trained in surveillance and early detectionHealth WorkersShow the disaggregated data for this data point80
CA13: Provide support to conduct supplementary emergency vaccination activities, including for COVID-19
IN1: # of vulnerable people vaccinatedPeopleShow the disaggregated data for this data point503,892
CA14: Support risk communication and community engagement especially targeting high risk groups and to combat misconceptions and stigma
IN1: # of printed prevention messaging material distributedMaterials200,005
IN2: # of views through social media platforms and other media channels with communicable diseases prevention measures1,780,000
CA15: Document and monitor barriers to healthcare services access, including for patients requiring and receiving permits to reach essential healthcare services, as a basis for evidence-based advocacy.
IN1: % of patients and companions requiring permits to access essential healthcare services receiving permitsPatients0
CA16: Document and monitor attacks on healthcare as a basis for prevention efforts and evidence-based advocacy.
IN1: # of agencies contributing to documentation of attacks on healthcareAgencies0
IN2: # of healthcare staff benefitted from monitoring and protection interventionsStaff0