Adamawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (ADSPHCDA) 5-Days Stakeholders Brainstorming On Adamawa PHC Sustainability.

The stakeholders which cut across all development partner from far and near, which includes the World bank, National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA), European Union, UNICEF, ICRC Etc. on arrival they paid a courtesy call to the Executive chairman Adamawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (ADSPHCDA) Dr.Abdullahi Dauda Belel. The Public health Icon and specialist in his welcome address to the stakeholder applauded all there contribution to the present state of development in the primary healthcare setting the state, Dr. Belel in his statement said quality healthcare remain critical to the development of any nation as such demands strategic approach to it for sustainability, thereby all hand most be on deck to ensure equitable distribution of healthcare service and resource for sustainability at all level of the society.
The National Project coordinator National Primary Healthcare Development Agency (NPHCDA). Haj. Binta Ismail in her remark commended Dr. Belel for his outstanding healthcare projects and service in Adamawa state. According to hajiya Binta Ismail, without fear or favour the world can see vividly the transformation of PHCand quality of services through the performance based financing (PBF) –Nigerian State Health Investment projects (NSHIP)

In a similar vein the Senior Health Specialist World Bank Dr. Oluwale Odutolu during the day two of the visit at the American University Hotel conference hall among other awardee in his speech Identify Dr. Abdullahi Belel as a leader with a vision for the development of Primary healthcare system that is worthy of emulation by other stakeholder for quality healthcare services in Nigeria. The world bank team and it s counterparts from other development organization, in its quest to see for themselves facts and true story of laudable development in the PHC randomly paid a surprise visit to primary Healthcare facilities in the state.

In view of the significance of the workforce in service delivery the world Bank /NPHCDA were at the Adamawa state school of Nursing and midwifery to brainstorm on critical areas of needs and intervention in the school and has found the area of capacity building of teachers and learning process remains inevitable according to Provost of the school Capacity building of the teacher demands urgent attention, the world bank team in responds promised to intervene with respect to the project terms of reference and conditions.

Finally the National Project Coordinator(NPC) NPHCDA Haj. Binta Ismail found of necessity to have family meeting with the ADSPHCDA PIU team on way forward to move the PBF_NSHIP to the sustainability. NPC in closing applauded the effort of PIU, and called on them to sustain the tempo.She promised to give the team maximum co-operation in actualizing the vision of the project.

Ibrahim Audu
Communication officer.