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ONDO STATE - SUMMARY OF DISBURSEMENT LINKED INDICATORS (DLI) ACHIEVEMENTS FOR
FY2011/2012
  Status Weighting Amount Comments
STATE DLI
The Performance Based Financing facility under Part 1.A.1 of the Project has been piloted in at least one LGA in every Participating State by the signing of the PBF Grant Agreement between the SPHCDA and at least one PBF Health Facility, and payments have been made to the PBF Health Facility pursuant to the terms of said agreement. 20% $100,000  
Each Participating State has calculated the baseline for outpatient visits per capita per year in the PBF Health Facilities for the last quarter preceding the Effective Date. 15% $75,000  
Each Participating State has calculated the baseline of fully immunized children in the PBF Health Facilities for the last quarter preceding the Effective Date. 15% $75,000  
Each Participating State has calculated the baseline of deliveries in the PBF Health Facilities for the last quarter preceding the Effective Date. 15% $75,000  
Each Participating State has calculated the baseline of deliveries in the PBF Health Facilities for the last quarter preceding the Effective Date. 15% $75,000  
Each Participating State has issued guidelines for the preparation of its health budget in accordance with the updated chart of accounts for the Participating State. 15% $75,000  
Each Participating State has established a website for the SPHCDA and/or the SMOH 10% $50,000  
Each Participating State and [at least one Participating LGA have entered into an LGA DLI Grant Agreement. 10% $50,000  
Amount Earned     $500,000  
         
LGA DLI
The LGA PHC Departments have been provided operational budgets for supervision of the Participating Health Facilities and their staff has been trained in systematic supervision using a standard quality checklist. 20% $10,000  
Each Participating LGA has prepared an annual HMIS report for FY 2011 and HMIS reports for the first two quarters of FY 2012 on the basis of the percentage of Participating Health Facilities reporting. 20% $10,000  
(a) Each Participating LGA has prepared staffing profiles of the Participating Health Facilities in its jurisdiction and has established a baseline for staff below LGA Salary Grade 7, and (b) Each Participating LGA has announced mandatory hiring restrictions for staff below LGA Salary Grade 7 in the Participating Health Facilities, unless the staff in a specific Participating Health Facility is below the baseline established under paragraph (a) above. 20% $10,000 In Ondo State, state-wide staff audits have precluded to the need for a hiring freeze.
Each Participating LGA has adopted guidelines for the procurement of pharmaceutical products by LGAs and health facilities with provisions for purchase of such pharmaceutical products either directly from pharmaceutical manufacturers or suppliers, who possess a manufacturer’s certificate that they are authorized stockiest for the products being procured and they have a valid annual license from the Pharmaceutical Council of Nigeria, and have valid NAFDAC registration. 20% $10,000 In Ondo State, there is an existing procurement contract between the state government and four prime vendors, which ensures that procurement does not occur outside of this arrangement.
Amount Earned     $900,000  
         
Total Amount Earned     $1,400,000  
 
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