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A study on sustainability improvement of tuberculosis control projects supported by ODA

공적개발원조(ODA)로 지원되는 결핵관리사업의 지속가능 방안 연구

  • 박선화 (순천향대학교 간호학과)
  • Received : 2017.05.19
  • Accepted : 2017.07.20
  • Published : 2017.07.28

Abstract

This study was an attempt to review of tuberculosis control projects supported by(Official Development Assistance: ODA) and to describe the meaning of the influencing factors. Also, the study aims to determine the exit strategies of donor countries to sustain these projects. The research was conducted reviewing of tuberculosis-related reports and documents, and understood the tuberculosis control projects in Philippines. There were 14 people who participated, and explored the sustainability limits using in-depth interviewing and observation method. Data from interviews and participant observations were analyzed to the phenomenological method by Colaizzi(1978). A total 4 categories were grouped on the final. The finding shows factors that affect the sustainability of these tuberculosis control projects within Philippines supported by ODA have been divided and explained as follow; "limit of workforce", "limit of finance", "limit of facility and equipment", "limit of participation". To sustain these projects, the following alternative plans have been exemplified; "strengthening professionalism", "strengthening education and public relations", "activated strategy for community involvement", "matching funds for financing". Furthermore, the study of integrated tuberculosis control projects will be needed.

Keywords

Tuberculosis;Tuberculosis control projects;ODA;Sustainability;Exit strategy

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