Ukraine Humanitarian Response Plan 2021

Humanitarian response plan | Rev: 0.4
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Cluster Objectives

  • 1

    Reduce infectious disease transmission and hospitalization rate by supporting healthcare system, including laboratories and immunization, and COVID-19 incident management system (Surveillance, Infection Prevention and Control, Case Management, EECPs, Risk Communication and Community Engagement)
  • 2

    Improve access of conflict-affected population, exacerbated by COVID-19, to essential healthcare services, including HIV/TB and MHPSS
  • 3

    Improve capacity, sustainability and quality of healthcare services provided at different levels of care for conflict-affected population, exacerbated by COVID-19, and ensure implementation of humanitarian exit strategy in GCA from 2021-2023

Indicator overview

Reduce infectious disease transmission and hospitalization rate by supporting healthcare system, including laboratories and immunization, and COVID-19 incident management system (Surveillance, Infection Prevention and Control, Case Management, EECPs, Risk Communication and Community Engagement)

IndicatorUnitTarget
IN1: Budget (US$) for support of local rapid response teams, in areas where COVID-19 is confirmed, to provide technical support (according to the national strategy).Dollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for dissemination of latest disease information and provide crossing point staff with clear messages to follow in case of encountered suspected COVID-19 passenger at EECPDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for ensuring safe conditions for planned health services, including immunizationDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) to prepare rapid health assessment/isolation facilities for suspected passenger(s) and to safely transport them to designated hospitals.Dollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for Provition of direct support to laboratories, including through provision of lab test kits and other consumable supplies (e.g. RNA extraction and enzymes), training of the laboratory staff, ensuring timely reporting and providing other technical support as requiredDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for provision of COVID-19 related training and expertise sharing, including adoption of national and global guidance (both, online and offline), including on IPC, risk communication, clinical care, surveillance and contact tracing, laboratory and MHPSSDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for support transportation of required supplies, including testing kits, PPEs and other consumables to designated locationsDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for provision of minimum package of PPE (based on generic PPE estimation tool) that can run health facilities at full capacity to ensure high safety IPC standards among healthcare workersDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for protection of health workforce from exhaustion and mental distress through targeted MHPSS interventionsDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for Set up COVID-19 designated wards in primary healthcare facilities, at least two per raion, where mild and moderate cases are treatedDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) to identify vulnerable groups in need of special care; provide care, including home care, especially in remote and isolated areas.Dollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for provision of health facilities with necessary medical equipment and supplies, including ventilators, oxygen concentrators and dispensersDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for support the effective implementation of screening and triage protocols at all points of access to the health system, including primary health centers, clinics, etc.Dollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for Activation of local hotline numbers/other types of MHPSS counseling related to COVID-19 for community membersDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for support health authorities in: - investigating outbreak and potential super spreader groups; - establishing tracking of moderate or mild cases and suspected cases and Isolating them into home confinement; - adopting and disseminating case definition to all health care facilitiesDollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for recruit surge capacity staff to support COVID-19 response at national and sub national level.Dollars0
IN1: Budget (US$) for developing social media communication strategies and distribution of updated messages in local language to address rumors and myths, promote physical distancing and other practices to prevent transmission (wearing of mask, hand washing, etc.)Dollars0
IN2: # of EECPs supportedUnits0
IN2: # of people trainedPeople0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN2: # of consultations providedConsultations0
IN2: # of EECPs supportedUnits0
IN2: # of laboratories supportedFacilities0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities reachedFacilities0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN2: # surge staff recruitedPeople0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN2: # of healthcare workers who benefited from targeted interventionsPeople0
IN2: # of people reached with information and communication campaignsPeople0
IN2: # of rapid response teamsTeams0
IN2: # of people assisted with special care services, including through home carePeople0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN2: # of healthcare facilities supportedFacilities0
IN3: % of laboratory results available for all suspected cases within 48 hours in supported laboratoriesTests0
IN3: Hotline is in place in GCA and/or NGCAUnits0
IN3: # of contacts (of confirmed cases) for whom contact tracing has been completedPeople0
IN4: # of laboratory staff trainedPeople0