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Promotion for the Foresight Infrastructure and construction of the community-based long-term care and nursery services system!
Publish Time: 2017/07/28

The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW), to enact the Ten-year Long-term Care Program 2.0 policy and to enrich and disseminate the local long-term care services resources as well as in response to the severe low fertility phenomenon, has managed to gain the Foresight specific budget to embark on the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan and the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan to help the local governments plan and build the family-centered and community-based preschool nursery and senior care system that not only gives more care energy to each family in need but also meets the community residents’ multiple demands. 

The emphasis stated by MOHW is that the estimated target values are rated and listed pursuant to the county/city population, persons requiring long-term care, related resources inventory and investigation of the local governmental demands, and the expenditures required are used to repair and rebuild existing unused space or public space and further to enrich the facilities and equipment essential to deliver the services; that is, only the regions with resources deficit will receive subsidies to build new facilities, so each title is a necessary budget. 
The budgets for the Plans are listed by 3 terms in 4 years. The budgets given to the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan in term 1, term 2 and term 3 are NT$ 2,723.5 million, NT$ 2,401 million and NT$ 2,287.5 million, respectively. The total amount sums up NT$ 7,412 million. The budgets given to the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan in term 1, term 2 and term 3 are NT$ 791 million, NT$ 884 million and NT$ 600 million, respectively. The total amount sums up NT$ 2,275 million. The following objectives are expected to attain in four years step by step to increase the welfare services’ availability and accessibility. 

1. The public buildings and land are reused by each municipality and county/city government. The methods include reparation, alteration and construction. The priority is given to indigenous tribes, remote villages and resource-deficit zones. There are 799 ABC services spots and 100 long-term care management branches set up to balance the urban and rural long-term care resources development. 

2. There are 120 community public nursery kindergartens and 170 nursery resources centers newly built and 94 regional family (social) welfare services centers and 40 comprehensive welfare halls increased, repaired or improved, which offers community-oriented and high-availability nursery services and strengthens the family nursery energy. By referencing the national and international experiences and inviting the competent authorities and experts for conjoint deliberation and planning, nursery knowhow sets are printed to offer the parents with newborns for the first time the integrated information on nursery knowhow and related services and resources. 

MOHW reasserts that drafting the subsidies and selection operational points of the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan and the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan is underway, which clearly regulates the county/city government proposal principles, subsidized titles, review mechanisms, etc., so the self-financing ratio of each local government depends on the financial classification. In the future, according to the annual overall budget scale and county/city government proposal conditions, the experts and scholars will be invited to review the rationality, feasibility, urgency and estimated effects of each plan submitted by each local government. Meanwhile, the supervisory and regulatory mechanisms are built to enact the executive effects of the plan proposed, which eliminates the doubt to consume the unused budget and the risk to worsen the resources unevenly distributed to counties/cities.






Policy Planning and Control and Assessment
Promotion for the Foresight Infrastructure and construction of the community-based long-term care and nursery services system!
BackPublish Time: 2017/07/28

The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW), to enact the Ten-year Long-term Care Program 2.0 policy and to enrich and disseminate the local long-term care services resources as well as in response to the severe low fertility phenomenon, has managed to gain the Foresight specific budget to embark on the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan and the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan to help the local governments plan and build the family-centered and community-based preschool nursery and senior care system that not only gives more care energy to each family in need but also meets the community residents’ multiple demands. 

The emphasis stated by MOHW is that the estimated target values are rated and listed pursuant to the county/city population, persons requiring long-term care, related resources inventory and investigation of the local governmental demands, and the expenditures required are used to repair and rebuild existing unused space or public space and further to enrich the facilities and equipment essential to deliver the services; that is, only the regions with resources deficit will receive subsidies to build new facilities, so each title is a necessary budget. 
The budgets for the Plans are listed by 3 terms in 4 years. The budgets given to the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan in term 1, term 2 and term 3 are NT$ 2,723.5 million, NT$ 2,401 million and NT$ 2,287.5 million, respectively. The total amount sums up NT$ 7,412 million. The budgets given to the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan in term 1, term 2 and term 3 are NT$ 791 million, NT$ 884 million and NT$ 600 million, respectively. The total amount sums up NT$ 2,275 million. The following objectives are expected to attain in four years step by step to increase the welfare services’ availability and accessibility. 

1. The public buildings and land are reused by each municipality and county/city government. The methods include reparation, alteration and construction. The priority is given to indigenous tribes, remote villages and resource-deficit zones. There are 799 ABC services spots and 100 long-term care management branches set up to balance the urban and rural long-term care resources development. 

2. There are 120 community public nursery kindergartens and 170 nursery resources centers newly built and 94 regional family (social) welfare services centers and 40 comprehensive welfare halls increased, repaired or improved, which offers community-oriented and high-availability nursery services and strengthens the family nursery energy. By referencing the national and international experiences and inviting the competent authorities and experts for conjoint deliberation and planning, nursery knowhow sets are printed to offer the parents with newborns for the first time the integrated information on nursery knowhow and related services and resources. 

MOHW reasserts that drafting the subsidies and selection operational points of the Construction of Long-term Care Health and Welfare Spots Plan and the Construction of Age 0-2 Preschool Community Public Nursery Plan is underway, which clearly regulates the county/city government proposal principles, subsidized titles, review mechanisms, etc., so the self-financing ratio of each local government depends on the financial classification. In the future, according to the annual overall budget scale and county/city government proposal conditions, the experts and scholars will be invited to review the rationality, feasibility, urgency and estimated effects of each plan submitted by each local government. Meanwhile, the supervisory and regulatory mechanisms are built to enact the executive effects of the plan proposed, which eliminates the doubt to consume the unused budget and the risk to worsen the resources unevenly distributed to counties/cities.






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