Rehabilitation and training course for health workers in incubators section at Al-Misrakh Hospital
HUMAN ACCESS in Taiz Governorate, within the framework of the Reproductive Health Services Support Project, launched a rehabilitation and training course for health workers in the incubators section at Al-Misrakh Hospital, Taiz governorate, in partnership with United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).
The project plans to improve the level of health services and upgrade the efficiency of the training participants on how to provide basic care for newborns and premature infants.
At the opening ceremony, Sadiq Mohammad Saeed, deputy director of the public health office in Al-Misrakh district, praised the efforts of HUMAN ACCESS in rehabilitating health cadres in the project, stressing the need to hold such courses that benefit the health system and reduce the neonatal mortality rate.
For his part, Waqad Al-Qirashi, coordinator of the reproductive health project in Taiz, explained that HUMAN ACCESS has trained nine medical staff working within the reproductive health project at Al-Misrakh Rural Hospital. He pointed out that the six-day course contributed to building the capacities of the health workers of the project and empowered them with scientific and knowledge skills on how to use and operate incubators for premature babies, in addition to information about the care of newborns and premature babies.
The opening ceremony was attended by Salah Al-Maqrami, assistant director of the Reproductive Health Services Support Project.
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