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9/12/2020 12:00:00 AM

The conclusion of a session in Sana'a on needs assessment and supply management for reproductive health


[09/ Sep / 2020]

A training course for trainers in the field of needs assessment and supply management for reproductive health was concluded today in Sana'a, organized by the General Department of Reproductive Health in the Population Sector of the Ministry of Health in cooperation with the United Nations Population Fund.

The five-day course aimed at training reproductive health managers from different governorates on the national directory of reproductive health supply chain,needs assessment and supply management.

Participants were introduced to the mechanisms of using the documentary course for reproductive health supplies and to assess the needs of obstetric and neonatal emergency medicines and family planning methods at the governorate, district and facility levels.

In conclusion, the Director of the General Department of Reproductive Health, Zainab Al-Badawi, urged the participants to reflect the outcomes of the session on practical reality to improve there productive health supply chain in the various governorates.

She emphasized the importance of the course in finding qualified staff to train workers in the reproductive health supply chain at the district level, and how to determine the needs to secure health services in all facilities to reduce maternal and child mortality.

Al-Badawi indicated the necessity of field supervision on the trainees to assess the level of the governorates and accelerate training at the middle and peripheral levels in the governorates on the national directory of the reproductive health supply chain and training on updated records to keep pace with this guide.

She explained that the guide included standards and conditions for proper storage and estimation of needs for obstetric and neonatal emergency medicines and family planning methods, as well as a list of reproductive health equipment and supplies for hospitals, health centers and units.