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Title: Information Session to the Permanent Ambassadors of the Organization of American States OAS


1
Information Session to thePermanent Ambassadors
of the Organization of American States (OAS) and
other Ambassadors of PAHO Member States
49th PAHO Directing Council 61st Session of the
WHO Regional Committee Washington, D.C. 28
September - 2 October, 2009
Mirta Roses Periago Director
2
PAHO Executive Committee
3
WHO Executive Board
4
PAHO 49th Directing Council
Agenda
  • Matters related to
  • Procedures
  • Constitution
  • Program policy
  • Administration and finance
  • General information

5
PAHO 49th Directing Council
Authorities proposed
  • PAHO 49th Directing Council
  • President PARAGUAY
  • Vice President NICARAGUA
  • Vice President DOMINICA
  • Rapporteur CANADA
  • General Committee
  • Canada, Cuba, Dominica, Dominican Republic,
    Nicaragua, Paraguay, United States of America
  • Committee on Credentials
  • Belize, Brasil, Costa Rica
  • TDR (1 position) Ecuador, Guatemala, Peru
  • HRP (2 positions) Guatemala, Paraguay
  • BIREME (5 positions)

6
Highlighted Events
PAHO 49th Directing Council
7
Highlighted Events
PAHO 49th Directing Council
8
PAHO Awards 2009
  • PAHO Award for Administration
  • Dr. Merceline Dahl-Regis, Bahamas
  • The Horwitz Award (lifetime leadership public
    health)
  • Dr. Eduardo A Pretell Zárate, Peru
  • The Moore Award (voluntary service)
  • Redlactrans (Red de America Latina y el Caribe
    de Personas Transgénero) Argentina
  • The Acha Award (veterinary health thesis)
  • Ilane Hernández Morales, Mexico
  • The Soper Award (journal article)
  • Dr. Guilherme Luiz Guimaraes Borges, Mexico

9
Proposed PAHO Program Budget 2010-2011
  • Three segments
  • PAHO/WHO base programs
  • Epidemics, crises, and response
  • Government-financed internal projects
  • US 644 million in PAHO regular budget and other
    sources
  • Three regular budget scenarios and an increase of
    3.5 in the contributions

10
Reduction in Regular Budget Fixed-Term Postsover
the past 3 decades
1,222
1,038
757
11
PAHO and WHO (AMRO share) Regular Budget in
Current Dollars. Biennia 1970-1971 / 2008-2009
12
PAHO/WHO Program Budget Regular Budget (RB) and
Other Sources (OS). Biennia 1988-1989 / 2008-2009
13
Total PAHO/WHO Expenditure (19922007) vs. Total
Workforce Expenditure
14
PAHO/WHO Workforce Efficiency Rate1992-1993 /
2006-2007
15
Productivity of Total PAHO/WHO Expenditure in
Constant Dollars Per Full-Time Equivalent
1990-1991 / 2006-2007
Value added per FTE in dollars at constant 2000
prices.
16
New Quota Scale
  • OAS with new quota scale for 2009-2011
  • PAHO Resolution CE140.R5 , June 2007. New OAS
    Scale adopted and applied for 2010-2011

17
Plan of Action for Implementing the GENDER
EQUALITY POLICY








Evidence

building







Gender Equality Policy Goal

Achievement of gender equality in health
status and
Institutionalization,
health development


monitoring and

Core objective



Capacity building
evaluation
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Optimal
health status and well
being for men


women



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Equity in resource

allocation
for health

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Equal participation empowerment of men
women in terms of their health


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Fairness in the distribution of the burden and
rewards

associated with health work between men women






Participation
of civil

society

18
Plan of Action on ADOLESCENT and YOUTH HEALTH
19
HIV PREVALENCE in the population aged 15-49 and
15-24 by major Regions of the World 2007 ()
Source UNAIDS/ WHO. 2008 Report on the global
AIDS epidemic.
20
Plan of Action on the HEALTH OF OLDER PERSONS
including Active and Healthy Aging
21
Regional Strategy and Plan of Action on MENTAL
HEALTH
PURPOSE Strengthen the response of the health
sector through implementation of mental health
promotion, prevention, treatment, and
rehabilitation interventions
PROBLEM High prevalence and burden of mental and
substance use disorders (morbidity, disability,
and mortality) WEAK POINTS Treatment
gap Funding gap Information gap Stigma Poverty,
inequities, and social exclusion
  • STRONG POINTS
  • Political will
  • Global and Regional Program Support
  • WHO Global Mental Health Plan
  • Regional Strategic Plan (PAHO)
  • Health Agenda for the Americas
  • 3. Renewal of Primary Health Care
  • 4. Scientific progress around the world
  • 5. National social policy
  • 6. Experiences in the region over the past
    decade
  • 7. Cooperation among countries

22
Plan of Action for the PREVENTION of AVOIDABLE
BLINDNESS and VISUAL IMPAIRMENT
Cataracts Leading Cause of Blindness
5,000 blind people and 20,000 people with severe
visual impairment per million inhabitants
23
Policy Framework for HUMAN ORGAN DONATION AND
TRANSPLANTATION
  • In the 1990s 20,800 kidney transplants were
    performed in Latin America, a figure that
    represented 8.9 of the world total.
  • In 2007 over 8,200 kidney transplants were
    performed, a figure that represents more
    than 12.5 of the total of transplants
    performed worldwide.
  • In 2006 44,120 patients in 9 Latin
    American countries were on waiting lists
    to receive a kidney transplant in Canada the
    figure was 4,195, and in the United States
    76,313.
  • The countries with the most successful organ
    donation programs have demonstrated the
    advantages of having strong national
    organizations that can promote, coordinate,
    and regulate organ donation and transplantation.
  • Promote equitable access to transplant services
  • Improve the safety and efficacy of organ donation
    and transplantation
  • Fight organ trafficking and transplant tourism

24
Elimination of NEGLECTED DISEASES
  • Neglected diseases help perpetuate the cycle of
    poverty
  • Eliminating them is an ethical imperative and
    part of the unfinished agenda
  • Eliminating them by 2015 is technically feasible
  • Political commitment is urged to make the dream a
    reality
  • A Latin America and Caribbean free of these
    diseases
  • Adoption of Resolution CE144/10
  • 12 priority diseases
  • Group 1, objective eliminate as a public health
    problem (10)
  • Group 2, objective drastic reduction in the
    burden of disease (2)
  • Other diseases merit greater investigation and
    scientific advances

25
INTEGRATED HEALTH SERVICES DELIVERY Networks
Consultations in the Region
26
Panel discussion on the Pan-American ALLIANCE
for NUTRITION and DEVELOPMENT
  • Date Tuesday, 29 September 2009
  • . Opening remarks Sara Ferrer, UNDP-Spain MDG
    achievement Fund
  • . Guest speaker Dr. Oscar Ugarte, Minister of
    Health of Peru
  • . Other presenters
  • Dr. Mirta Roses (PAHO)
  • Dr. Pedro Medrano (Regional Director of the World
    Food Program)
  • Dr. Ricardo Uauy (President of the International
    Union of Nutrition Sciences)
  • . Commentators
  • Carmen Maria Gallardo (Vice president ECOSOC)
  • Betty McCollum (U.S. Congress)
  • Joy Phumaphi (World Bank)
  • David Oods (Save the Children)

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Roundtable on SAFE HOSPITALS
  • Date Wednesday, 30 September 2009. Guest
    Speaker Dr. Claude de Ville . Participants
    . Ministers of Health, . UN agencies, .
    Cooperation Agencies . OBJECTIVE To
    assess the socioeconomic impact of disasters on
    health To share lessons learned in the
    execution of the safe hospitals initiative
    and, To strengthen coordination and
    cooperation among the health sector, disaster
    reduction agencies, and other sectors to
    achieve safe hospitals by 2015.

28
Administrative and Financial Matters
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Quotas received to 10 September 2000-2009
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Pending Arrears as of 10 September 2000-2009
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Proposed Major Changes in Financial Regulations
of PAHO
  • International Public Sector Accounting Standards
    (IPSAS) replace the United Nations System
    Accounting Standard (UNSAS)
  • new terminology and introduction of best
    practices
  • Audited Annual Financial Statements with a
    Biennial Program Budget
  • new financial statement requirements
  • Movement from modified accrual and cash basis
    accounting to full accrual accounting
  • impact on surplus and internal borrowing
  • Capitalization of property, plant , and equipment
    with expensing of depreciation
  • valuation of assets and budgetary impact

32
Proposal for the Establishment of an AUDIT
COMMITTEE Purpose Establish a governance
framework that reflects international best
practices
  • Role of the Committee
  • Review and monitor the risk assessment and
    management processes used in the Organization,
    the system of internal and external controls, and
    the timely and effective implementation by
    management of audit recommendations
  • Advise on issues related to the system of
    internal and external controls, their strategies,
    work plans, and performance
  • Continued

The Audit Committee does not replace the
functions of the Executive Committee of PAHO or
its SPBA
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Proposal for the Establishment of an AUDIT
COMMITTEE
  • Notify on any matter of PAHO policy and procedure
    requiring corrective action and on improvements
    recommended in the area of controls, including
    evaluation, audit, and risk management
  • Advise on accounting policies and disclosure
    practices and assess changes and risks in those
    policies and
  • Advise the Director in the selection process of
    the Auditor General of PAHO and the Executive
    Committee in the selection of the External
    Auditor.

Role of the Committee
34
Progress Report on INTERNATIONAL HEALTH
REGULATIONS includes the Report on the
Pandemic (H1N1) 2009
  • Date Monday, 28th September 2009
  • Presenter Dr. Jarbas Barbosa
  • Manager Health Surveillance, Disease
    Prevention and Control (HSD)
  • Selected affected countries
  • Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Costa Rica,
    Mexico, USA
  • Open Discussion

35
Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 Number of Laboratory
Confirmed Cases and Number of Deaths Reported to
PAHO/WHO as of 6 September 2009
36
Progress Report on Technical Matters
  • What do the IHR require?
  • Strengthening of national surveillance and
    control capacity, including that related to
    travelers and transportation Evaluation /
    Action Plan, Deadline 15 June 2009
  • Prevention, alert, and response to international
    public health emergencies Influenza A (H1N1)
  • Global partnerships and international
    collaboration
  • Rights, responsibilities, and procedures and
    monitoring of progress

37
PAHOs Response
  • Monitoring the regional situation and advising
    countries on surveillance, laboratory, and
    infection control measures necessary for
    identifying and treating cases and following
    contacts
  • Distributed diagnostic kits to National Influenza
    Centers through its Collaborating Centers
  • Dispatched experts in epidemiology, virology,
    laboratory testing, infection control, emergency
    response , logistics and risk communication to
    several countries in the Region
  • Updated treatment guidelines
  • Sent oseltamivir (Tamiflu) to countries in the
    Region
  • Holds weekly teleconferences with ministries of
    Health or directors of Epidemiology of all the
    countries of the Americas

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