Improving Uptake of Amoxicillin and Gentamicin: Three-Part Consultation - Shared screen with speaker view
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Samantha Durdock (R4D)
Samantha Durdock, R4D Market Shaping Practice
Jane Briggs USAID MTaPS program
Abukar Hassan Medair MEAL
Patricia Jodrey, USAID
Patricia Jodrey, USAID Child Health Team Lead
Patrick Gaparayi, Supply Chain Strengthening, UNICEF (acting as co-chair of the newborn and child health commodities sub-group)
Troy Jacobs, USAID/W, Senior Medical Advisor(pediatrics)
Lauren Herzog, USAID MTaPS Program
Andrey Tulisov, Health Specialist, UNICEF Pakistan
Natasha Kowa-Matafwali GHSC-PSM Zambia
M'Bouyé DIALLO, Health and Immunization Officer, Tumbuctou-JSI Mali
Chris Masila, PractHealth Consulting, Kenya
Abdulrasheed Bello Aliyu
Abdulrasheed Bello Aliyu, Integrated PHC Advisor USAID-IHP Kebbi
Bali Bako; FP/MNCH Logistics Advisor; GHSC-PSM Burkina Faso
Dinesh Singh, Uttar Pradesh Technical Support UNIT. India
Keith Hummel Senior Supply Chain Advisor MCHN USAID Washington
Si vous parlez francais il y a service de interpretation simulatenee il faut choisir la langue francais
Vous pouvez s'il vous plait traduire en français de temps en temps
NGABONZIMA Anaclet, Momentum Integrated Health Resilience (MIHR), Child Health Lead
@ M'Bouyé DIALLO : L'interprétation simultanée est disponible. Il faut sélectionner l'option "interprétation" et ensuite l'option "français."
Joseph Monehin, Senior Child Health Advisor, USAID.
Leah Greenspan, Senior Newborn Advisor, USAID
Bien reçu pour la traduction en français. Merci
Ceremy Fertil, MCH Advisor, USAID Haiti
Wangui Muthigani, Maternal and Newborn Health Consultant for USAID
A noter : L'interprétation simultanée est disponible. Il faut sélectionner l'option "interprétation" et ensuite l'option "français."
I am not seeing the slides does anyone else have this problem
@Keith - non
no problem for me
Good morning/afternoon/evening all. Megan Christensen, Coordinator- Community Health Roadmap, UNICEF HQ (New York)
please add any root causes to the mentimeter poll
what has caused inaccurate quantification in your countries?
to improve quantification we need to know what the problems are to address with appropriate interventions
what do you see in your countries?
Nous allons partarger la presentation apres la session
Un rappel si vous préférez écouter la session en français : l'interprétation simultanée est disponible. Il faut sélectionner l'option "interprétation" et ensuite l'option "français."
While we are facing the inadequate quantification of pediatric amoxycillin, I guess this is very complicated by inadequate use! At the primary care level, health care providers use inadequately amoxicillin where it is not indicated just because of routine management and in some cases under pressure by care givers who are not convinced when they kids are not given antibiotics!). Much work to be done to address this and ensure that IMNCI guidelines are respected!
@Anaclet - this is critical and will be discussed more in the 3rd meeting of the series on 24 May
please stay on mute to preserve the quality of the presentation
@Leah: There is no available number but what we experience here is that when one Commodity Officer received a training, in three to six months this person is muted to another position ... and the issue is that the one who received training (or TOT) didn't train his/her colleagues.........
@Tantely - thank you for this and your other comments. They are so valuable.
@Lucilo - medicines technical working groups is a great suggestion. Some countries have used DTC- drug and therapeutics committees to provide input to quantification exercises
@Tantely, I was just in Mada and our field visits enlightened us to the large roll the CHV had in distribution/prescribing of Amox for children over 2 months. Do you feel that this distribution chain is represented in quantification.
How was the seasonality index used?
Please join us on May 17th to talk about quality of products and May 24th to talk about appropriate use of amox and gent
Note times for each meeting are slightly different and slightly shorter
Merci à Vous
Thanks and bye for now
Tamah Kamlem (GHSC-PSM)
Merci a tous! A mardi prochain!