The Ministry rewards actors contributing to the development of health
Jakarta (ANTARA) – The Indonesian Ministry of Health has awarded prizes to a number of parties who have contributed to health development in the country.
“Our greatest gratitude and appreciation goes to all parties who continue to support the government in building a health system in the country to create a healthier Indonesia,” said the communications and public service officer. of the ministry, Siti Nadia Tarmizi, in Jakarta, Sunday.
The awards were given to work units from the Ministry of Health, local governments, academia and the private sector.
The award was presented by Director General of Public Health Maria Endang Sumiwi on the sidelines of the Home Health Innovation and Technology Exhibition held to commemorate the 58th National Health Day (HKN) at ICE BSD, Tangerang, Saturday.
On this occasion, the ministry awarded 116 prizes for 17 categories according to the seven pillars of health transformation.
Of the 17 categories, 10 categories were for Ministry of Health work units for internal transformation efforts and seven categories for external parties.
The 10 internal categories are electronic monitoring and evaluation (E-Monev) of the implementation of programs and activities, the work unit with the best budget execution performance indicator (IKPA) until in the third quarter of 2022, the ranking of the assessments of provinces and districts/cities in the health profile in Indonesia 2022.
The other categories are Best Library Award 2022, Best Librarian Award 2022, Best Call Center Award 2022, Public Service Interaction Behavior Compliance Award 2022 and Green and Healthy Culture Office Movement Award (BERHIAS).
In addition, the Archival Award and Appreciation for the Integrated Health Center (posyandu) that performed early detection of TMD risk factors was also awarded to internal parties.
Meanwhile, the other seven categories are awarded to external parties, including local governments, businesses, community partners and the media, for their concern about the health sector.
These awards include the Media and Journalist Cares Award, the Stakeholders in Support of the National Movement (Germas) Award for Business, Academia, Community Organizations and Mass Media, the Award for Local Governments Engaged in implementation of cataract blindness prevention.
Award for the implementation of a non-smoking area (Pastika Tan Yasa Wanala), Award for the implementation of innovation in a non-smoking area (Pastika Tan Yasa Wanala), Award for the implementation Implementation of Non-Smoking Zone in Public Service (Pastika Upasana Adhikara), and Appreciation for Implementation of Healthy Campus in Universities.
“Each laureate will receive a certificate signed by the Minister of Health, Budi Gunadi Sadikin,” Tarmizi informed.
She hopes the awards can motivate and encourage related parties to support health programs and policies.
“Hopefully the awards can reinforce the spirit of coming out of the COVID-19 pandemic as well as achieving success in the health transformation agenda led by the Ministry of Health,” she added.
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