Health Educators In Adamawa State Encouraged To Be More Proactive In Community Engagement To Key In To Health Oriented Programmes In The State

The accession was made by Dr. Batulu Isa Muhammad Executive Chairman Adamawa State Primary Health Care Development Agency (ADSPHCDA) during the health educators review meeting held at Kinasar hotel.
The Executive chairman well addressing the participant commended UNICEF for the support and urged the health educators to live up to expectation by sensitizing the general public on the importance of accessing basic health needs and services provided by primary healthcare at all times.
She emphasized that mothers and care giver should ensure children are immunized against vaccine preventable disease.

The review meeting was capped with presentation basic communication strategies to enhance qualitative reportage by the health educators from their respective communities.