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CIDA CCMImpact Project: CAMEROON_Yves Cyaka


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  • the fragility of parallel SIMs results in delay in reporting, as well as lack of motivation from CHWs ACMS project staff took their lessons learned and newly acquired technical expertise to Mali where they led cascade training of trainers from the Ministry of Health and PSI/Mali. ACMS trainers also stayed to supervise the first round of training by the new trainers at the district level
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    • 1. CG SPRING MEETING 2013BALTIMORE, MDStrengthening and Expanding iCCMYVES CYAKACIDA Program ManagerPSIApril 2013CIDA CCMImpact Project:CAMEROON
    • 2. Presentation Planpage 2Overview of ProjectAccess, Quality and DemandChallengesLessons learnedSustainability Plan
    • 3. CCMImpact Project Area
    • 4. Products DistributedAmoxicillinAmoxicillinArtesunateAmodiaquineArtesunateAmodiaquineRapid Diagnostic TestOrasel + ZincOrasel + Zinc
    • 5. Project implementation in CameroonProject Goal:Contribute in the reduction of morbidity and mortality rate in childrenunder- 5 in CameroonObjectives: Increase access to ORS/zinc, Amoxicillin and pre-packaged ACT, in thecommunity Improve quality of service provision by CHWs Increase informed demand for, and appropriate use of, prepackagedACT for treatment of malaria, ORS/zinc for treatment of diarrhea andamoxicillin for treatment of pneumonia in children under- 5
    • 6. Design Process and Training Creation and implementation of training modules anddata collection tools in collaboration with MOH and otherCCM partners (Plan, HKI) Development and implementation of supervision tools Identification and selection of CHWs
    • 7. Cascade trainingBriefing of central level trainersDuration: 1 dayParticipants: NMCP, PLAN , HKI, DFHTrained : 10Training of trainersDuration: 2 daysParticipants : DMO, Chiefs of Health areas, project AnimatorsTrained : 225Training of CHWsDuration: 3 daysparticipants : CHWsTrained : 2825
    • 8. The distribution of drugs in Cameroon is anchored on the nationalsystem of distribution as illustrated belowDistribution System
    • 9. Program Expansionpage 9Mai 2010: +13 Districts: Malaria casemanagement (ACT)Octobre 2009: Pilot phase: Malaria and Diarrheacase management in 2 districts (ACT & ORS+Zinc)February 2012: 13 Districts: Diarrhea casemanagement (ORS+Zinc)+mHealthFeb 2012: 5 Districts: Diarrhea and Malaria casemanagement + mHealthFeb 2013: + Pneumonia case managementin 2 districtsNov2012 Feb 2013: 18 Districts: +RDTs
    • 10. Drugs Distributedpage 10Amoxicillin : 704
    • 11. VOGLO one year reporting trendpage 11
    • 12. Availability of stock in Community12
    • 13. DemandKnowledge of Caregivers
    • 14. Challenges Understanding the supply chain of PSI Continuous supplying of CHWs Create effective communication strategies at the community level Ensure programmatic activities are aligned with national malariacommunity case management guidelines Advocate integration of community case management ofpneumonia into program activities Sustainability
    • 15. Lessons Learned Quality selection of community health workers, reduces the challengesrelated to monitoring of activities at the community level The organisation of the quarterly meeting with the CHWs, permit us tocontinueslly build their capacity, motivate and supply them with drugs There should be constant supervision by the management team everymonth at least for the first 6 months of the project Formative supervision should be carried out to make sure CHWs andhealth personnel understand and fill the project forms appropriately
    • 16. THANK YOUpage 17