• Physical progress

GMS-CDC2 implementation is at 80.07% at 31 December 2015 compared with elapsed period of 76% since project effectiveness (22 March 2011, or, 57 months).

  • Contract commitment and Disbursement

The total contract amount of $2.04 million is awarded in 2015 against $1.7 million in the projection for 2015 which corresponds to 120%. The actual contract amount is higher than annual projection because of mainly prolongation of procurement process across fiscal year 2014 such as Laboratory training materials, Lab equipment and consumables, other goods as well as recruitment of malaria elimination international expert. The amount of disbursement is only $1.31 million, seem to be low if compared with the annual projection ($3 million) because of delayed recruitment of suppliers of materials for latrine construction.

  • Cumulative EA expenditures

The total amount of $1.00 million was spent in 2015 or approximately $8.45 million is accumulatively expensed since the project start up in early 2011.

  • Regional cooperation and Knowledge management

In June 2015, CDCD published FAQ and fact sheet in both languages Khmer and English to absorb knowledge about MERS to the public through project website.

In June 2015, uploaded health advisory on MERS after a huge outbreak of this infection in South Korea. The advisory commonly focus on general prevention and reduce risk of infection.

Cambodia participated in Asia Pacific Leaders Malaria Alliance (APLMA)for Leaders Malaria Elimination Road Map in Manila, Philippines on 9-10 July 2015.

MOH Cambodia conducted a Video Conference on MERS people awareness and measure with 13 Asian Health Ministers and 2 WHO, 27 July 2015.

Cambodia participated workshop on IHR implementation and cross border meeting in Danang, Vietnam on 29-30 October, 2015.

  • Surveillance and Response

Promptly responded and investigation, and reported within 24 hours to all outbreaks in 25 provinces. The total 55 outbreaks occurred across the country infecting totally 1,673 residents including 1,002 women and girls. The total 45 people died (F: 21, IP: 0).

Supplementary lab procurement for 10 provinces, NIPH and TSMC as Lab consumable, Equipment for lab improvement, Lab reagent test, Lab training materials, and Rapid test (completion: 8 September 2015 - and carried forward into AOP 2016).

The Cam-EWARN web based surveillance is currently been rolled out and functioning across the country to support this activity

  • Targeted disease control

Dengue fever, There are 15,412 cases (7,526 female) infected by dengue viruses within one year in 2015 across the country leaving 38 died (20 female). According to figure 4, the trend of weekly cases is notifiable higher than previous quarters from week 1 to week 52; however the cases per week remains lower than defined threshold of MEANS+2SD.

  • Community-based CDC (MHV)

Baseline Household Survey conducted by SBK consulting firm in each of 180 villages’ completed and submitted final report in 31 March 2015.

Budget for latrine construction for the model healthy villages carried forwards into AOP 2016 ($ 767,394) under NCB;

HC staff orientation and skills training in Community CDC, hygiene topics: 100%

VMG-VHSG- Cascade training in Community CDC, hygiene, deworming and dengue topics. (OD/PIA technical support/monitoring): 81%; Community health education ongoing.

  • Project workshop

Project planning workshop for year 2016 organized on 22-23 December 2015 to discuss on priority activities and to prepare the 2016 annual operational plan for CDC2, which also includes plan for Malaria Elimination in Preah Vihear province.

  • Implementation of gender action plan( GAP) and Indigenous People Development Plan (IPDP)

The implementation of Gender action and Indigenous people development plan has a big progress in terms of female staff assignment in CDC, female/IP encouragement into CDC activities, quality of gender aspect reporting. Download