KARACHI: HANDS Pakistan and Child Survival Programme in Sindh and DUHS joined hands For IMNCI to save under 5 year kids.
HANDS in collaboration with Child Survival programme has concluded the IMNCI workshop in DUHS to implement IMNCI in their facilities.
This is WHO/UNICEF and MOH approved strategy to save under 5 year kids from different preventable diseases leading to death of children.
At the occasion Prof A.G.BILOO, specially made comment that IMNCI implementation in health facilities by establishing under 5 year clinics and delivery of newborn by trained attendant can improve the situation and of great help to reach SDGS by 2030.
He also appreciated Sindh government for great support.
Director Child Survival programme in Sindh appreciated health department support to improve the situation of newborn and child health.
Prof. Khaver Jamali Provc highlighted IMNCI Preserves IMNCI Guidelines and training during teaching of students.
WHO Chief Sindh Dr. Sara Salman has highlighted the global support and evidence for IMNCI as it is an integrated programme for treatment and prevention of killer diseases and country like Pakistan can benefit and Sindh has leading capability as well.-NNI
In the end CEO HANDS thanked all and highlighted participants enthusiasm and commitment. – NNI