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Presentation during the session on LMG Training Successes at the First National Conference on Health Leadership, Management and Governance

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    2.5 Matsangoni Health Centre presentation on training successes, E. Gwabi, LMG Health Conference 30Jan13 2.5 Matsangoni Health Centre presentation on training successes, E. Gwabi, LMG Health Conference 30Jan13 Presentation Transcript

    • Matsangoni model health centre
    • BACKGROUND• Matsangoni health centre is located in Bahari division, Kilifi District, Kilifi County• Started in 1975 as a community dispensary offering OPD• Upgraded to a fully fledged dispensary in 1984• Upgraded to a model health centre in 2010• Catchment population of 16,454, with an estimated 624 pregnant women per year
    • Mission• To provide effective leadership and participate in provision of quality Public Health and Sanitation services that are: equitable, responsive, accessible and accountable to Kenyans
    • STAFF ESTABLISHMENT• 1 clinical officer• 5 nurses• 1 public health technician• 2 community health extension workers• 2 volunteers• 5 support staff
    • SERVICES OFFERED•General out patient/ Laboratory•Comprehensive care / T.B clinic•Maternal child health care clinic/F.P•V.C.T.
    • VISIONA Model health centre of choice for clients and health professionalsDESIRED MEASURABLE RESULTTo Increase intermittent presumptivetreatment for malaria in pregnancy (IPT2)uptake from 34 to 52 clients per month, byAugust 2012
    • OBSTACLES•Lack of laboratory services•low accessibility to the health facility•Inadequate information and knowledge on IPT2•Inadequate involvement of stakeholders•Weak community referral system ROOT CAUSES•Inadequate leadership and governance skills•Inadequate finance and logistical support•Inadequate health promotion activities
    • PRIORITY ACTIONS• Operationalize laboratory services• Conduct community dialogue meetings• Conduct health promotion sessions in the facility• Engage mothers in Focused Group Discussions• Hold regular stakeholder advocacy meetings• Strengthen community referral system by active involvement of C.H.Ws• Conduct monthly integrated outreaches
    • LABORATORY RENOVATION
    • Stakeholders feedback meetings
    • Community Dialogue and Focused Group Discussions
    • LDP RESULTS
    • IPT 2 UPTAKE 2011 & 2012
    • Official Launching of Laboratory services 15th June 2012
    • Ripple achievements
    • INCREASE IN REVENUE
    • PROVIDER SATISFACTION BEFORE AND AFTER LDP
    • LESSONS LEARNT• Every breakdown opens gates for improvement• More stake holder involvement ensures smooth running of a project• Involvement of the community contributed to the success of the project• Active involvement of clients/community in problem analysis helped us pick the appropriate intervention• Team work is the key to success of a project
    • Progress after the LDP• Increased IPT2 uptake• Lab services on a upward trend• Established stake holders forum• Installation of electricity started
    • Thank you.