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Etat membre Thaïlande
Nom de l'institution Department of Health Service Support
Type d’institution du secteur public Ministère
Type de ministère ministère de la Santé
Niveau administratif National
Nom de l’initiative “Suksala” Cooperative Mechanisms for Increasing Accessibility to Primary Health Care
Années opérationnelles du projet 11
Site de l'institution http://suksala.hss.moph.go.th/

Question 1: À propos de l'initiative

Est-ce une initiative du secteur public ? Oui

Question 2: Catégories

L'initiative est-elle pertinente pour l'une des catégories de l'UNPSA? Catégorie 1: Renforcer l’innovation pour fournir des services inclusifs et équitables
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Question 3: Objectifs de développement durable

L’initiative est-elle pertinante pour l’une des 17 ODD ? Oui
Si vous avez répondu oui ci-dessus, veuillez préciser quel ODD est la plus pertinente pour l'initiative.
1 Pas de pauvreté
2 Faim « zéro »
3 Bonne santé
6 Eau propre et assainissement
10 Inégalités réduites
A quel(s) objectif(s), parmi les ODD mentionnés ci-dessus, correspond(ent) l’initiative ?
1.4 D’ici à 2030, faire en sorte que tous les hommes et les femmes, en particulier les pauvres et les personnes vulnérables, aient les mêmes droits aux ressources économiques et qu’ils aient accès aux services de base, à la propriété foncière, au contrôle des terres et à d’autres formes de propriété, à l’héritage, aux ressources naturelles et à des nouvelles technologies et des services financiers adaptés à leurs besoins, y compris la microfinance 
1.5 D’ici à 2030, renforcer la résilience des pauvres et des personnes en situation vulnérable et réduire leur exposition aux phénomènes climatiques extrêmes et à d’autres chocs et catastrophes d’ordre économique, social ou environnemental et leur vulnérabilité 
1.a Garantir une mobilisation importante de ressources provenant de sources multiples, y compris par le renforcement de la coopération pour le développement, afin de doter les pays en développement, en particulier les pays les moins avancés, de moyens adéquats et prévisibles de mettre en œuvre des programmes et politiques visant à mettre fin à la pauvreté sous toutes ses formes 
1.b Mettre en place aux niveaux national, régional et international des cadres d’action viables, qui se fondent sur des stratégies de développement favorables aux pauvres et soucieuses de la problématique hommes-femmes, afin d’accélérer l’investissement dans des mesures d’élimination de la pauvreté 
2.1 D’ici à 2030, éliminer la faim et faire en sorte que chacun, en particulier les pauvres et les personnes en situation vulnérable, y compris les nourrissons, ait accès toute l’année à une alimentation saine, nutritive et suffisante 
2.2 D’ici à 2030, mettre fin à toutes les formes de malnutrition, y compris en atteignant d’ici à 2025 les objectifs arrêtés à l’échelle internationale relatifs aux retards de croissance et à l’émaciation chez les enfants de moins de 5 ans, et répondre aux besoins nutritionnels des adolescentes, des femmes enceintes ou allaitantes et des personnes âgées 
3.1 D’ici à 2030, faire passer le taux mondial de mortalité maternelle au-dessous de 70pour 100 000 naissances vivantes 
3.2 D’ici à 2030, éliminer les décès évitables de nouveau-nés et d’enfants de moins de 5ans, tous les pays devant chercher à ramener la mortalité néonatale à 12 pour 1 000naissances vivantes au plus et la mortalité des enfants de moins de 5 ans à 25 pour 1000 naissances vivantes au plus 
3.3 D’ici à 2030, mettre fin à l’épidémie de sida, à la tuberculose, au paludisme et aux maladies tropicales négligées et combattre l’hépatite, les maladies transmises par l’eau et autres maladies transmissibles 
3.4 D’ici à 2030, réduire d’un tiers, par la prévention et le traitement, le taux de mortalité prématurée due à des maladies non transmissibles et promouvoir la santé mentale et le bien-être 
3.5 Renforcer la prévention et le traitement de l’abus de substances psychoactives, notamment de stupéfiants et d’alcool 
3.7 D’ici à 2030, assurer l’accès de tous à des services de soins de santé sexuelle et procréative, y compris à des fins de planification familiale, d’information et d’éducation, et veiller à la prise en compte de la santé procréative dans les stratégies et programmes nationaux
3.8 Faire en sorte que chacun bénéficie d’une couverture sanitaire universelle, comprenant une protection contre les risques financiers et donnant accès à des services de santé essentiels de qualité et à des médicaments et vaccins essentiels sûrs, efficaces, de qualité et d’un coût abordable 
3.9 D’ici à 2030, réduire nettement le nombre de décès et de maladies dus à des substances chimiques dangereuses et à la pollution et à la contamination de l’air, de l’eau et du sol
3.c Accroître considérablement le budget de la santé et le recrutement, le perfectionnement, la formation et le maintien en poste du personnel de santé dans les pays en développement, notamment dans les pays les moins avancés et les petits États insulaires en développement 
6.1 D’ici à 2030, assurer l’accès universel et équitable à l’eau potable, à un coût abordable
6.2 D’ici à 2030, assurer l’accès de tous, dans des conditions équitables, à des services d’assainissement et d’hygiène adéquats et mettre fin à la défécation en plein air, en accordant une attention particulière aux besoins des femmes et des filles et des personnes en situation vulnérable
10.2 D’ici à 2030, autonomiser toutes les personnes et favoriser leur intégration sociale, économique et politique, indépendamment de leur âge, de leur sexe, de leur handicap, de leur race, de leur appartenance ethnique, de leurs origines, de leur religion ou de leur statut économique ou autre

Question 4: Date de mise en œuvre

L’initiative a-t-elle été mise en oeuvre depuis deux ans ou plus ? Oui
Veuillez préciser la date de la mise en oeuvre 01 oct. 2006

Question 5: Partenaires

Est-ce que les Nations Unies ou toute autre organisation des Nations Unies a été impliquée à cette initiative? Non
Quelle agence des Nations Unies a été impliquée?
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Question 6: Participation précédente

1. L'initiative a-t-elle été soumise pour examen au cours des 3 dernières années (2017-2019)? Non

Question 7: Prix de l'UNPSA

Est-ce que l’initiative a déjà gagné un prix UN PSA ? Non

Question 8: Autres récompenses

Est-ce que l’initiative a gagné d’autres prix dans le domaine des services publics ? Non

Question 9: Comment avez-vous connu le PSPONU?

Comment avez-vous connu le PSPONU? GOVERNMENT

Question 10: Consentement de validation

J'autorise à contacter les personnes et les entités concernées pour s'enquérir de l'initiative à des fins de validation. Oui

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Questions/Answers

Question 1

Veuillez décrire brièvement l’initiative, le problème ou défi qu’elle cherche à résoudre, et spécifiez ses objectifs. (300 mots maximum)
“Suksala” - Cooperative Mechanisms for Increasing Accessibility to Primary Health Care or The Suksala Project - is an innovation focused on enhancing capabilities of first aid rooms of border patrol police schools, childcare centers, and non-formal and informal education centers, and developing them to become primary health care stations. Each station is called a “Suksala”. It is a medical and public health service that is not under the Ministry of Public Health and aims to increase accessibility to public health services for all people in the areas. Suksalas help all tribal people, stateless people, vulnerable people, underprivileged people, and people in various areas such as special areas with security issues, along the borders, in backcountry areas, and from neighboring countries to have access to quality basic medical services and primary health care. Suksalas aim to reduce inequality and create stability and sustainability of health and society, to provide telemedicine system for medical treatment, patient referral, and health communication, and to apply local wisdom and traditional medicine for health promotion and disease prevention for all people and communities. Moreover, the collaboration from the organizational network helps Suksalas create health and community security and sustainability which are fundamental factors of the country’s development.

Question 2

Veuillez expliquer en quoi l’initiative est corrélée à la catégorie sélectionnée. (100 mots maximum)
The Suksala Project is an innovation aimed to increase accessibility to quality primary health care for all individuals, including underprivileged groups, vulnerable groups in remote areas, backcountry areas, border areas, and special areas with security issues to be able to access standardized health services by developing personnel’s skills and capabilities of medical treatment, health promotion, and with resource integration from organizational networks, such as personnel, budget, location, knowledge and management systems, results in technology utilization which enhances the quality of medical services.

Question 3

a. Veuillez spécifier quels sont les ODD et les cibles que l’initiative soutient, et décrivez concrètement comment l’initiative a contribué à leur mise en œuvre. (200 mots maximum)
- SDG 3 : Suksalas provide family planning services, health promotion for mothers and infants, child development and nutrition promotion for children aged 0-5 years, local diseases prevention, and health literacy for students and community. - SDG 10 : 83.3% of Suksalas are located in backcountry or border areas. 16.7% are located in special areas having insecurity concerns. Therefore, the establishment of Suksalas increase more accessibility to health services, reduce social and health care inequality by providing services for people of every age, gender, religion, and nationality. - SDG 2 : Suksalas prevent malnutrition in children and community by teaching methods on how to grow vegetables, raise farm animals, bring their meat to cook food, and put an emphasize on food with high protein to reduce malnutrition in children, families, and communities. - SDG 6 : Toilets are built in every family, and proper, hygienic usage is taught to prevent feces from contaminating water sources. - SDG 1 : Every health services provided at Suksala is free, reducing health expenses and other related expenses on travel, accommodation, food, and reducing wasted vocational time and opportunities.
b. Veuillez décrire ce qui rend l’initiative durable en terme social et environnemental. (100 mots maximum)
Social Term: The personnel are encouraged to receive training in primary health care. Village health volunteers help provide public health services, local administrative organizations and the private sector are responsible for the budgets and resources. Economic Term: They earn extra income and reduce food costs by growing vegetables and raising animals. With medical services provided in Suksalas, they can reduce travel expenses and living expenses outside the communities. Environmental Term: Most Suksalas use sunlight as a source of electricity. Water sources for consumption are managed, and waste is separated and disposed of properly.

Question 4

a. Veuillez expliquer comment l’initiative répond à un déficit important en termes de gouvernance, d’administration publique ou de service public dans le contexte d’un pays ou d’une région donnés. (200 mots maximum)
Suksalas provide health services that are universal, inclusive, and equal to every individual without any discrimination on races, religions and ethnicities in backcountry areas, border areas and special areas with security issues by providing and developing primary health care with health service standard. Suksalas improve the quality of many medical aspects such as public health services, health promotion, disease prevention, rehabilitation, and consumer protection. Information technology is utilized to enhance the efficiency of medical services, such as telemedicine, communication via social media platforms, and medical and health records in electronic medical records. The Suksala Project develops the governance and administration systems, develop the consultant and mentor system which takes care of various medical and public health services management and provision. For instance, district hospitals are responsible for directing, monitoring, and mentoring on medical treatment, patient referrals, and personnel capability development. Subdistrict health promoting hospitals and the medical division of the Border Patrol Police are responsible for supervising, monitoring, evaluating and serving as mentors on health promotion and environmental management in each area. Local administrative organizations and the private sector support budgets and other resources.
b. Veuillez expliquer comment votre initiative aborde l’inégalité des genres dans le contexte du pays en question. (100 mots maximum)
For service recipients, Suksalas provide primary health care services to people of all genders, all age groups, both inside and outside the places. They focus on maternal and child health promotion especially the care of women after childbirth and newborns, which can reduce maternal and infant mortality and low birth weight. They provide home health care for the elderly, handicapped, vulnerable and disadvantaged in the community. For personnel, Suksalas provide opportunities for all genders with the required qualifications to apply for various positions such as nurses, Suksala health workers, village health volunteers, etc.
c. Veuillez décrire le(s) groupe(s) ciblé(s), et expliquez comment l’initiative a amélioré leur situation. (200 mots maximum)
The service recipient group: Since 2008-2021, they had provided medical treatment for patients and other health care services 294,378 cases, which the average of 21,027 cases per year. In addition to primary health care, the services provided were: - Patient referrals 1,952 cases. - Family planning 9,778 cases. - Maternal and child health promotion 1,945 cases, deliveries 244 cases. - Measuring and promoting growth and development of children. – Health checkup for students twice a year – Promoting and demonstrating vegetable cultivation and animal husbandry for students and community. - Campaigning for health promotion, disease prevention and environment management in the community. The service providers and network groups. - All local administrative organizations have supported the budget and resources for patient referrals and health promotion and disease prevention. - Village health volunteers, student’s health leaders and community leaders are responsible for health service provision, jointly establish health learning centers and transfer knowledge to the communities, and be role models for having good health.

Question 5

a. Veuillez décrire comment l’initiative a été mise en œuvre en incluant les développements et les étapes clés, les activités de suivi et d’évaluation, ainsi que la chronologie. (300 mots)
Guidelines and procedures: 1. Prepare and develop policies and strategies 2. Prepare and develop the standard of public primary health care services in Suksala which covers primary health care service, community health and resource management. 3. Develop the capabilities of personnel and co-workers by providing training courses to restore knowledge and practice on medical treatment and community health management, and encourage them to studying in health science courses such as nursing assistants or public health. 4. Encourage and support partners for co-providing services and management. For example, village health volunteers and student’s health leaders do primary health screening for service recipients and housewives cook food for students. 5. Follow and evaluate the performance in order to provide quality and standardized health care services to people. 6.Monitoring and evaluation by: - Subdistrict health promoting hospitals: Monthly evaluation of primary health care services, administration of drugs and other supplies. - District hospitals and their networks: Quarterly monitoring and evaluation on the resource management, personnel development, customer satisfaction and network participation. - Health Service Quality Assessment Committee: Certifying the performance once a year. - Administrative Committees: monitoring and evaluation twice a year for policies impact and the quality of life of service providers and recipients. 7. Arrange knowledge management to allow personnel from each Suksala to share their experiences and to make their knowledge and experiences benefit other personnel.
b. Veuillez expliquer clairement les obstacles rencontrés et comment ils ont été surpassés. (100 mots)
- Obstacles about belief and communication are solved by selecting staff who live in the area, develop students to become health leaders and encouraging village health volunteers to engage in daily health service provision. - For cases that patients cannot be referred by ambulance, the district hospitals will arrange the referral by a helicopter. - For patients with symptoms that exceed the capacity of personnel, they will consult a doctor through telemedicine system. - For lack of communication signal and electric power, the organizational network will support the satellite communication system and electricity from solar energy.

Question 6

a. Veuillez expliquer en quoi l’initiative est innovatrice dans le contexte de votre pays ou région. (100 mots maximum)
“Suksala” is a collaborative innovation between organizations to develop the potential for first aid rooms of border patrol police schools to provide medical treatments and manage community’s health by standards, as well as providing health care services to students and local people and being a healthcare learning centers in the communities. The Border Patrol Police manages areas and personnel, while the Department of Health Service Support allocates budget and manages the health system, and the other organizations support communication systems and solar energy electricity equipment.
b. Veuillez décrire, si cela est pertinent, comment l’initiative s’est inspirée d’une autre initiative fructueuse dans d’autres régions, pays ou localités (100 mots maximum)
The project was inspired by the concerns about the development of children and youths in the backcountry areas of Thailand, and about fulfilling the duty of the teachers who provide health care services and first aid care to students at the first aid rooms in border patrol police schools in the backcountry areas, and concerns about maternal and child health and local communicable diseases. Therefore, it became the idea of developing the potential of nursing teachers, providing adequate medicine, medical supplies, materials and instruments, and creating health systems and coordination.
c. Si des technologies émergentes et de pointe ont été utilisées, veuillez indiquer comment elles ont été intégrées à l’initiative et / ou comment l’initiative a adopté le gouvernement numérique. (100 mots maximum)
- Telemedicine is used for consultation about treatments that are beyond nursing teachers and the personel’s capabilities, for patient referrals, for health learning and for coordinating. - There is online medical recording, drug and medical supplies administration through web sites. - Solar cells are used for generating electric power from sunlight.

Question 7

a. A votre connaissance, l’initiative a-t-elle été transposée et/ou adaptée à d’autres contextes (par ex. d’autres villes, pays ou régions) ? Si oui, veuillez expliquer où et comment. (200 mots maximum)
The target areas of “Suksala” are backcountry, border and special areas with security issues. Currently, there are 24 Suksalas. In 2006: there were 9 established in border patrol police schools (6 in the western border and 3 in special areas with security issues of the southern region of Thailand). In 2014, 7 more Suksalas were established (4 in remote areas of the northern border and 2 in the western border and 1 in the southern region). In 2017 - 2021, 8 more Suksalas were established (5 in remote areas of the northern border, 3 in the western Border). There were 2 Suksalas established in 2018 that were not in border patrol police schools; each in a child development center under Nan’s local administrative organization, and in Mae Fah Luang non-formal and informal education center. In addition, the Suksala model was adopted to establish 4 foreign Suksalas to provide health services to neighboring population along the border in Umphang District, Tak Province.
b. Si l’initiative n’a pas été transposée/adaptée à d’autres contextes, veuillez décrire le potentiel de sa transférabilité. (200 mots maximum)
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Question 8

a. Quelles ressources (financières, humaines ou autres) ont-elles été utilisées pour mettre en œuvre l’initiative ? (100 mots maximum)
- The Border Patrol Police is responsible for budgets for personnel’s salary and compensation, construction and maintenance of buildings, equipment, drugs and medical supplies. - Local administrative organizations are responsible for budget for health promotion and disease prevention. - Department of Health Service Support is responsible for budget for health services improvement, monitoring, evaluation, and knowledge management. - National Telecom Public Company Limited (NT) is responsible for information technology system. - Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency is responsible for electric power system. - The private sector supports other budgets and equipment.
b. Veuillez expliquer ce qui rend l’initiative durable dans le temps, en termes financiers et institutionnels. (100 mots maximum)
-To raise funds and gather resources continuously and perform duties systematically and provide more chances to people and organizations to participate in the project. - Personnel and stakeholders are local people who are willing to engage in the development of their families and communities for better quality of life. They are also supported for study in health sciences. - Medical Treatment and Health Service Standard of Suksala is used as a tool for development of health services until the results of the performance occur concretely. -Telemedicine is used as a tool for communication and consultation on treatment, referral.

Question 9

a. L’initiative a-t-elle fait l’objet d’une évaluation formelle interne ou externe ?
Oui
b. Veuillez décrire comment elle a été évaluée et par qui. (100 mots maximum)
1. Evaluate the quality of health services of Suksala by the following processes 1) Each Suksala conducts a self-evaluation. 2) The site visit committee visits and analyzes the area and presents the result to the service quality assurance committee. 3) The service quality assurance committee considers and reports the result. 2. Evaluate the satisfaction of Suksala’s service recipients by distributing questionnaires, analyzing and summarizing information. 3. Evaluate the performance annually by the Department of Health Service Support and partners by analyzing and summarizing information in a term of service categories.
c. Veuillez décrire les indicateurs et les outils utilisés. (100 mots maximum)
There is "Medical Treatment and Health Service Standard of Suksala” to evaluate the implementation of Suksalas, which is divided into 6 categories: 1 Organization’s Objectives and Structure 2 Human Resources Management and Personnel Development 3 Implementation Processes and Procedures 4 Medicines, Medical Supplies, Materials, Equipment, Tools, Buildings, and Environment 5 Medical Treatment Processes, Patient Care, and Health Service Provision. 6 Health Promotion Processes with Community’s Participation. and other evaluation instruments, such as a self-assessment report form, an on-site visit evaluation report form, and a quality evaluation report forms.
d. Quels étaient les conclusions principales de l’évaluation (par exemple l’adéquation des ressources mobilisées pour l’initiative, la qualité de la mise en œuvre et des défis auxquels vous avez été confrontés, les résultats principaux, la durabilité de l’initiative, les impacts) et comment cette information est utilisée pour mettre en place l’initiative. (200 mots)
1. People put more trust in Suksala’s services. It is found that the number of service recipients has increased with the average of 10 percent each year. As a result, there are more donation from the private sector to establish new Suksalas, the organizational network has supported resources adequately and continuously, as well as health volunteers and community leaders have assisted to provide health services voluntarily. 2. Children and students have grown proportionally and developed suitably. Protein deficiency and dental problems have decreased, as well as more children have received medical checkup and development promotion. 3. Communicable diseases including malaria, helminthiasis and diarrhea have decreased. 4. The death rate of mothers and infants, and low birth weight have decreased. Challenges include: 1. Conservation of local traditional medicine to apply in health services provision. 2. Developing community infrastructure with technology and innovations in electric power system, digital communication and environmental management. The solution is using results and challenges on sustainability to formulating the 5-year performance policy and strategy that organizations and stakeholders are able to participate in.

Question 10

Veuillez décrire comment l’initiative s’inscrit dans le paysage institutionnel adéquat (par exemple, comment elle se situe par rapport aux agences gouvernementales pertinentes, et comment les relations institutionnelles avec ces dernières ont été menées). (200 mots maximum)
- Border Patrol Police: providing health services, arranging and developing personnel, administrating service areas, materials, instruments and environment, monitoring and evaluation - Department of Health Service Support: formulating policies and strategies, developing the quality of health service provision, supporting academic works and budget, developing information technology systems and providing knowledge - Local hospitals and their network: developing personnel’s potential in medical treatments and public health, being a medical consultant and providing telemedicine, referring patients, managing medicine, medical supplies and infectious waste and developing health service provision procedure - National Telecom Public Company Limited: arranging computer equipment and developing communication system, telemedicine and information technology personnel - Department of Alternative Energy Development and Efficiency: providing solar-powered electric power system. - Local administrative organizations: providing personnel and allocating budget for patient referral and public health works - The private sector: allocating the budget for building establishment and medical equipment.

Question 11

L’agenda 2030 pour le développement durable met l’accent sur la collaboration, l’engagement, les partenariats et l’inclusion. Veuillez décrire quels acteurs ont été engagés dans la conception, la mise en œuvre et l’évaluation de l’initiative et comment cet engagement a eu lieu. (200 mots maximum)
1. Stakeholder engagement: The Border Patrol Police has to maintain peace and security of the country. There are also border patrol police officers who act as nursing teachers in Suksalas, By witnessing local people have easy and convenient access to primary health care, the nursing teachers and personnel are willing to continuously participate for work and development of Suksalas. 2. Resource management for maximum benefit and worthwhileness: Public health offices and local administrative organizations are responsible for health service provision, but there is the lack of personnel and service providing spaces. As a result, they coordinate with the Border Patrol Police that has nursing teachers and first aid rooms to provide the health services. 3. People as the center of development: All local people need quality and security of life, but living in the backcountry and insecure areas make those needs hard to achieve. Therefore, the organizational network provides resources and health service provision systems for those people. People especially students, community leaders and health volunteers can engage in providing health services, being a health model and passing on the knowledge to the new generations.

Question 12

Veuillez décrire les leçons clés apportées par cette expérience, et comment votre organisation prévoit d’améliorer l’initiative. (200 mots maximum).
1. Personnel or students in the areas will be encouraged to study health science programs, such as nursing assistants, which local administrative organizations, Ministry of Public Health, and other sectors will support the scholarships. 2. A plan for teachers and personnel short course training in basic medical care, emergency care and primary health care will be implemented. There will also be a personnel replacement plan and backup plan for emergency cases. 3. The personnel will be trained continually to improve their capabilities of primary health care provision and community health management. 4. Health learning and communication center will be developed, by training village health volunteers and local healers to be community health leaders. They will be health broadcasters, health communicators and health behavior change leaders. 5. The environment will be kept conducive to good health by various means, such as the clean water for consumption, disposing of waste according to sanitary methods, and promoting organic farming without pesticides . 6. The communication system, telemedicine, and electric power sources will be improved for more efficiency and stability. 7. There will be a development in network coordination system for continuous cooperation.

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