Example of Table of content for making health sector project

This is an example of the Table of content for making health sector project. While writing the report how we perform the internship this is one example for the health sector in the college.

Executive Summary. ……..1
Health Service Coverage Fact Sheet9
   
Introduction and Policy Background 
1aIntroduction ……11
1bNational Policies and Plans ……….13
  
Child Health 
2aExpanded Programme on Immunization ……..26
2bNutrition ………40
2cControl of Diarrhoeal Diseases………….54
2dControl of Acute Respiratory Infection ………66
  
Family Health 
3aFamily Planning ……..76
3bSafe Motherhood and Newborn Health …..92
3cFCHV Programme …….109
3dPrimary Health Care Outreach ………..115
3eDemography and RH Research…..121
  
Disease Control 
4aMalaria Control ……124
4bKala-azar Control……….131
4cJapanese Encephalitis…135
4dLymphatic Filariasis……139
4eTuberculosis Control…..142
4fLeprosy Control ….162
4gAIDS and STD Control.173
  
Curative Services 
5Out/In-Patient Care…….184
  
Supporting Programmes 
6aNational Health Training ….199
6bHealth Education, Information and Communication……..213
6cLogistics Management…225
6dCommunity Drug Program……………………………………………….233
6eLaboratory Services……239
6fAdministrative Management……………………………………………251
6gFinancial Management.255
6hManagement………………261
  
Development Partners 
7aMultilateral Partners……271
7bBilateral Partners…………285
7cInternational Non-Governmental Organisations……………..309
7dNational Non-Governmental Organisations…………………….339
  
Other Departments 
8aDepartment of Drug Administration………………………………..381
8bDepartment of Ayurveda…………………………………………………385
8cPashupati Homoeopathic Hospital………………………………….391
  
Annexure 
ITarget Populations and Health Facilities………………………….394
IIHealth Institution: Reporting Status………………………………..396
IIIRaw Data, Rates, and Ratios, by Programme, District, Ecological Zone,   Development Region and Hospital-based Data………………401
IVAcronyms……………………459

Child Health Programme

2a        Expanded Programme on Immunization…………….. 26

2b        Nutrition….. 40

2c        Control of Diarrhoeal Diseases…………………………. 54

2d        Control of Acute Respiratory Infection……………… 66

Family Health Programme

3a        Family Planning……………………………………………… 76

3b        Safe Motherhood and Newborn Health……………… 92

3c        FCHV Programme………………………………………… 109

3d        Primary Health Care Outreach………………………… 115

3e        Demography and RH Research……………………….. 121

Disease Control

4a        Malaria Control…………………………………………….. 124

4b        Kala-azar Control…………………………………………. 131

4c        Japanese Encephalitis Control………………………… 135

4d        Lymphatic Filariasis………………………………………. 139

4e        Tuberculosis Control…………………………………….. 142

4f         Leprosy Control……………………………………………. 162

4g        AIDS and STD Control………………………………….. 173

5          Out/In-Patient Care (including central hospitals)… 184

Supporting Programmes

6a        National Health Training………………………………… 199

6b        Health Education, Information and Communication………………………………………………… 213

6c        Logistics Management…………………………………… 225

6d        Community Drug Programme…………………………. 233

6e        Laboratory Services………………………………………. 239

6f         Administrative Management…………………………… 251

6g        Financial Management…………………………………… 255

6h        Management………………………………………………… 261

Development Partners

7a        Multilateral Partners

UNFPA….. 271

WHO…….. 275

The World Bank…………………………………………… 279

UNICEF…. 282

7b        Bilateral Partners

USAID…… 285

GTZ/HSSP 289

KfW……… 293

DFID…….. 297

SDC/RHDP………………………………………………….. 299

NFHP…….. 302

CECI……… 306

7c        International Non-Governmental Organisations

UMN…….. 309

Save the Children US…………………………………….. 316

MSI/SPN… 322

BNMT…… 328

INRUD….. 332

CEDPA….. 334

FHI……….. 337

7d        National Non-Governmental Organisations

FPAN…….. 339

Mothers Club……………………………………………….. 353

CRS Company……………………………………………… 356

Nepal Red Cross…………………………………………… 361

NTAG……. 364

NIIP………. 367

ADRA…… 371

CARE Nepal……….. 374

Other Departments

8a        Department of Drug Administration………………… 381

8b        Department of Ayurveda……………………………….. 385

8c        Pashupati Homoeopathic Hospital…………………… 391

Annexure

I           Target Population………………………………………….. 394

II          Health Institutions: Reporting Status………………… 396

III        Raw Data, Rate, and Ratio, by Programme, District, Ecological Zone,

Development Region and Hospital-based Data….. 401

IV        Acronyms. 459

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