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TECHNICAL CONSULTATIVE GROUP (TCG) FOR THE SOML PforR FOR 2ND QUARTER 2019

 
 
By: Administrator Date: 23-01-2020

The Chairman of the TCG and the Permanent Secretary-MOH Dr O.A Durojaiye welcomed everyone present at the meeting. He informed that it is the normal practice to review activities and performance of the program using data analysis and statistics to check for areas of improvement and resolve issues when they arise. He wished participants fruitful deliberations.


The SOML PM Dr Aladenola Jumoke gave a presentation on the status of the six (6) SOML pillar indicators for the 4th quarter 2019. She presented data using DHIS 2.0 for the 6 pillar indicators which showed that;


  • Coverage of Penta 3 increased from 69.5% in the 3rd quarter to 76.2% in the 4th quarter.
  • Skilled birth attendance indicator declined from 94.6% to 93.1%.
  • Coverage of HIV counseling and testing during ANC reduced from 87.3% to 79.4%.
  • Contraceptive prevalence rate improved from 9.5% to 10.6%.
  • LLINs usage by children under 5 increased from 8.6% to 9.4%.

She also presented the coverage of Children aged 6-59 months given VIT A which was 99.7% from the MNCH week call-in data.

She presented the trend of the best performing LGAs and the worst performing LGAs across the six (6) pillar indicators.Furthermore, she presented the activity appraisal in the 2019 workplan and listed activities that were either completed, ongoing and activities that have not begun implementation.


The following were some of the resolutions agreed upon by the Technical Consultative Group;


  • The program will support with procurement of HIV test kits.
  • Analysis of routine Vitamin A administration would be done.
  • Ward focal persons and LGA program officers would be involved in community sensitizations.
  • Implementing DPAs should assess funds for their activities in the 2019 workplan.
  • Artisans, motorcycle riders and grandmothers should be involved in the family planning social marketing strategies.
  • Harmonization of activities should be done so that activities will not be duplicated.
  • Partners should submit workplans so as to aid harmonization of activities.
  • A health summit should be convened so that sustainability plans for can be devised.

The SPM appreciated everyone who participated in the meeting and canvassed the need to work together in unison to achieve more results.





 
 
 

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