•    Standardized physical progress
The physical progress of CDC2 grows up to 82.10% against elapsed time of 80% and CDC2 AF grows to 10.53% against elapsed time of 16.5%.
•    Cumulative EA expenditures
The total amount of $0.13 million is awarded in quarter 1, 2016; $0.98 million was spent in this quarter and $0.34 million among of them has been disbursed. The grand total of project expenditure is approximately to $8.4 million since the project start up in 2011.
•    Progress by Outputs (1 or 2 main progress of each output)
•    IHR communication by National IHR focal point to/from WHO IHR contact point
CDC department had two joint press releases with WHO to announce the public on Prevention of Food and Alcohol Poisoning during Khmer New Year and Information on Yellow Fever.
•    Regional cooperation and knowledge management
PCU regularly has shared project progress report with stakeholders and public through uploading in project webpage, CDC website. In average, 12,000 visitors per month have accessed the website.

•    Surveillance and response
The timeliness of submission of zero reporting maintains high by 84% in average.
There are 16 disease events that occurred nationwide in quarter 1, 2016 including suspected H5N1, mass fainting, food poisoning, alcohol poisoning, rabies, mumps and Neonatal Tetanus suspected. In total, 377 cases are infected within the period including 214 female and also leave 2 people died. All events are reported within 24 hours.
•    Improving Lab capacity
The delivery of laboratory equipment for improvement of laboratory services, materials and reagents have been delivered for Technical School Medical Care (TSMC) and 10 provincial hospitals.
•    Community- based CDC (MHV)
Project provinces provide refresher training to VMGs and supportive supervision during the village health education in the model healthy villages. The distribution of materials for latrine construction carried out and completed at 6 provinces of Kampot, Takeo, Kandal, Prey Veng, Svay Rieng and Tbong Khmom. The other four provinces in north eastern part are currently progressing.
•    Project  workshop
Project Coordination Unit in collaboration with CNM and Preah Vihear Provincial Health Department had organized a Malaria Elimination Workshop on March 31, 2016 which involved all Malaria elimination task force including Provincial and district governors, Provincial education office, Military, Police and also development partners. Download