European Union and UNICEF MNCHN Project Team Visit To ADSPHCDA

The European union and UNICEF project team consisting of Dr.Sanjana Bhardwaj chief of health Unicef Nigeria country office, Anthony Ayeke Programme Manager health European union delegation to Nigeria and ECOWAS, Dr. Garba Safiyanu Health Specialist Unicef and other health specialist on arrival at the Yola airport was received by the Executive Chairman Adamawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency Dr. Abdullahi Dauda Belel in company of Dr. Halima Abdu European Union Health specialist Bauchi field office and other European union state Consultant.

The team in line with mission for the visited Jambutu PHCC to evaluate the impact, utilization and implementation of EU- UNICEF project in the primary healthcare facilities in the state.The community resource persons CORPS were also visited.

Day two of the excises was a visit to Lamido Aliyu PHCC in Yola South Local Government of Adamawa State . Dr. Sanjana Bhardwaj and her team went round the facility with thorough monitoring and evaluation on how the Primary health care facilities implement their activities.

The health specialist had an interactive session with the facility manager of lamido Aliyu and the health workers as well. The team in it quest to ascertain the level of implementation of this projects and programme in the state,.

In addition, the development partner in view of the challenges and support by EU-UNICEF to the internally displaced People ,the EU-UNICEF team were at the IDP camp to assess the quality services rendered at the PHC facilities.

The partners in the bid to support ADSPHCDA attain global health practices, took a trip to the hard to reach communities.

Dr. Sanjana and her team witnessed the sensitization of media chief and inauguration of Journalist Against Polio (JAP) in company of Dr. Abdullahi Dauda Belel Executive chairman Adamawa State Primary Healthcare Development Agency (ADSPHCDA). The occasion, that took place at the conference hall of teachers House in the state capital of Adamawa State, thereby, attracted media professional in attendance.
In line with series of intervention by Eu- Unicef for improved quality of healthcare through provision of hospital equipment and drugs and supplies to Adamawa State, the team inspected the equipment supplied by the Eu-Unicef. The executive chairman, board members and management commended the European union and UNICEF for their commitment to support maternal Newborn Child health and Nutrition (MNCHN) in Adamawa state.