CIBITOKE June 25th (ABP) – A coordination meeting of partners in the health and development sector of the health province of Cibitoke took place on Tuesday June 22 in the headquarters of Cibitoke province (north-western Burundi), a check by ABP revealed.
The objective of that meeting was to talk about the achievements of the third quarter of the 2020/2021 budget year, as well as the future prospects for the year 2021-2022, according to the provincial doctor, Dr Jean Claude Habiyaremye.
According to Dr Habiyaremye, out of 58 activities planned for the said quarter, 48 were 100% completed and two others were 50% completed, while there are eight more that were not completed.
The level of achievements was calculated at 84.5% against 15.5% of non-achievements.
This includes organizing training once a semester on prenatal consultations in each health district, organizing joint visits with the offices of the health districts, and actors in sexual reproductive health among adolescents and young people, and holding a quarterly meeting of stakeholders involved in nutrition. It also involves organizing HIV / AIDS screening training for 30 providers of health facilities, sensitizing 30 administrative and faith leaders in the context of malaria prevention, sensitizing 53 providers on labor code, popularizing the labor code for 53 health facilities, and holding an awareness meeting for 12 local administrative officials on the province’s health coverage plan.
Thus, the provincial health office (BPS) in Cibitoke has announced commitments and prospects for the future.
It will continue the implementation of the mission of the BPS Cibitoke, finalize the activities planned for the 4th quarter of 2020-2021, and ensure the implementation of the concrete activities of the BPS. It will also have to finalize the validation of the 2021-2022 annual action plan (PAA) for the health district offices (BDS) and hospitals, in June, organize training for BPS and BDS staff on leadership and management, proceed to the solemn opening of the district hospitals of Murwi and Bumba, and continue raising awareness of prevention against Covid-19.