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EO 133 - Organizing the Cotabato City Health Leadership Team

EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 133
Series of 2015
 
ORGANIZING THE COTABATO CITY HEALTH LEADERSHIP TEAM
 

WHEREAS, Article II, Section 15 of the 1987 Constitution of the Philippine, articulates the State's responsibility to protect and promote the right to health, and instill health consciousness among the Filipino people;

WHEREAS, every local government unit shall exercise the powers provided unto it for the promotion of the general welfare of its people, including the promotion of health and safety;

WHEREAS, National Health policies, strategies and plans provide a framework in almost every country in dealing with complex range of issues needed to improve health outcomes, including those related to Millennium Development Goals and other national priority health programs;

WHEREAS, recognizing the challenges of rapid urbanization in cities such as increased congestion, pollution and slum formation creating wider inequity across social determinants of health causing increased risks, hazards and vulnerabilities to health of urban populations including communicable diseases, violence, traffic injuries, obesity, and settlement in unsafe areas, the Department of Health declared its support in the Administrative Order No. 2011-0008  stating the Guidelines on Urban Health Systems Development (UHSD) in the Philippines;

WHEREAS, establishing a comprehensive mechanism to generate better sustainable health outcomes is identified as one of the key components of a Healthy City;

WHEREAS, Urban Health System Development must help cities address these challenges of rapid urbanization thru its program with the goals of (1) To Improve Health System Outcomes; (2) To influence Social Determinants of Health; and, (3) To Reduce Health Inequities utilizing the DOH approach in the reform of urban health system promoting healthy urbanization for our city, to develop ways that achieve better health and avoid risks to ill health under this conditions;

WHEREAS, recognizing that a strong leadership is vital in ensuring better health for the people which can be achieved by addressing the causes of health inequities that lie largely outside the direct reach of the health care system, and transforming the local health system to make its programs and services work for the community;

WHEREAS, having an inter-sectoral collaboration with people and agencies from outside the health sector is important in Urban Health System to influence a broad range of health determinants, including inter-city coordination, non-governmental and community action;

WHEREAS, bringing different stakeholders together in the process of developing policies, strategies and plans leads to a more balanced, coherent approach that is needed to make better use of resources for health and move towards long term improvements;

NOW, THEREFORE, I, JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR., Mayor of Cotabato City, by the virtue of the powers vested in me by law and the sovereign will of the electorate, do hereby order the organization of the City Health Leadership (CHLT) of Cotabato City;

SECTION 1. Composition. The City Health Leadership Team of Cotabato City shall be composed of the following

Chairman         Hon Japal J. Guiani, Jr.
City Mayor
Members         Dr. Zul Qarneyn M. Abas
City Health Officer
Aniceto V. Rasalan
Secretary to the City Mayor
Diosdado R. Oro
Planning Officer IV, OHS
Adela A. Fiesta
Asst City Planning & Development Coordinator
Josefina B. Mendoza
Accountant IV, CAIAS
Ronnie P. Olermo
Supervising Administrative Officer, CBO
Veranda W. Samson
Asst City Social Welfare Officer
Guianodin D. Abdilah
City Director, DILG Cotabato City
Dr. Anna Liza G. Alo
Representative, Department of Health XII

 

SECTION 2. ROLES AND FUNCTION:

1. Facilitate data collection and response across different sectors;
2. Lead the Urban Health System initiatives, such as but not limited to developing action plans and  proposals that will address identified health gaps and challenges;
3. Coordinate and collaborate with other government offices, departments, non-government organizations and other agencies to improve the city health system and achieve the Millennium Development Goals on Health
4. Monitor the impact of all actions on health outcomes, and recommend necessary actions or revision of the health plan;
5. Enjoin City Department responsible for programs and activities that affect health program implementations;

SECTION 3. MEETINGS AND QUORUM:

The Committee Member shall meet once a month and as the need arises for the smooth implementation of the CLGP program.

SECTION 4. ADMINISTRATIVE AND OPERATIONAL SUPPORT:

Upon effectivity of this Order, the CHLT may draw its administrative, other operational budgetary requirements from the funds of the Office on Health Services (OHS) and/or their respective offices, subject to the existing accounting and auditing rules and regulations.

SECTION 5. EFFECTIVITY:

This Executive Order shall take effect immediately.

Done this 12th day of January 2015, Cotabato City.

 
JAPAL J. GUIANI, JR.
City Mayor
Attested by:
 
ANICETO V. RASALAN
Secretary to the City Mayor
 

Issuances

EO 196 - Institutionalizing the Organization and Activiation of an All-Ladies Emergency Response Team (ALERT)
EO 195 - Amending the Composition of GAD Focal Points System (GFPS) Pursuant to RA 9710, known as the Magna Carta on Women and PCW
EO 194 - Organizing the Expanded Ugnayan ng Mga Barangay at Simbayan Technical Working Group (UBAS-TWG)/MASA MASID
EO 193 - Re-constituting the Cotabato CitySold Waste Management Board
EO 192 - Creating the Adolescent Health Committee and Its Composition
EO 191 - Composition of the Planning Team for the Updating of the Comprehensive Development Plan (CDP)
EO 190 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Joint Transport and Traffic Task Force (JTTTF)
EO 189 - Composition of Representatiives to Different Sectoral Committees of the Regional Development Council (RDC) XII
EO 188 - Reorganizing the Local Health Board of Cotabato City
EO 184 - Reorganizing and Strengthening the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council (CADAC)
EO 183 - Reorganizing the Cotabato City Peace and Order Council
EO 182 - Organizing the Cotabato City Juvenile Justice Welfare Network (CJJWN)
EO 169 - Creating the Geographical Information System (GIS) Technical Working Committee
EO 168 - Reconstituting the Public Financial Management Assessment Team (PFMAT)
EO 167 - Organizing the Cotabato City Anti-Drug Abuse Council
EO 154 - Creating the Advocacy and Public Relations Center
EO 153 - An Order Rationalizing the Conduct of Council and Committee Meetings
EO 152 - Declaring Mr. Adam Breimo as Adopted Son of Cotabato City
EO 150 - Creating the Local Poverty Reduction Action Team (LPRAT 2017)
EO 143 - Creating the Technical Working Group (TWG) on Water and Climate Change Resiliency Programs

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