Integrating the Private Sector into National Child Health Programs and Reporting: Session One - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hi I am abdinasir from Somalia
Hi team,iam Rael Akoru,from Turkana,Kenya
Habtamu Fekadu, Sr. Nutrition Director, Save the Children US
Abdinasir Hussein from Save the children Somalia
Good afternoon All, Madu Ezioma, FMoH Abuja
Hi everyone. Sara Liaghati-Mobarhan, UNICEF Supply Division Product Innovation Centre
Greetings, all. John Borrazzo, Lead Advisor, Child Health, Save the Children US and Child Health Director, MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership project.
Good Evening all, Vikas Kaushal, Head Health, Save the children, India
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Do these databases have a well rounded data content inclusive of the private sector resource and health outcome?
This is really great to see. Was wondering what level of services are being captured currently? Are rehabilitation services captured within these data bases? Thanks!
Great lesson there.How do you convince the private sector to submit data to the HMIS dashboard?
The situation in Ethiopia is cross cutting,in Africa
The situation in Ethiopia is like that of Mali, I think that we need political will beyond the texts- the application of the texts- the national level discussion framework functionality- the place of the private sector in decision-making bodies at the national level.
We can take more questions. Please raise your hand and I would invite
Is there a national framework for discussion and consultation between the components of the private sector and the government in Ethiopia ?If yes, how does it work?
@Jean thank you for sharing! If you would like to share more about the situation in Mali for this series feel free to reach out (email@example.com)
Fikru Sinshaw Engdaw
Thank you all Dr. Maraki and Dr. Awoke