Parent Aid Child Initiative PACHI has urged communities which were affected by cholera in Lilongwe to form groups that will enhance information sharing on cholera and other health issues that the communities are likely to face. The project coordinator said after their investigations on cholera issues, it was noted that six areas in Lilongwe District were mostly affected which was also a threat to other neighbouring areas. As such, she said the decision was made to reach out to all the affected areas in order to provide a platform of free flow of information as regards the same.
Malawi: PACHI Urges Communities to Form Cholera Discussion Groups
Develop into a robust center for research, innovation and research capacity development in health that will improve the lives of Malawians. Promotiong high quality, sustainable and cost effective maternal and child care delivery; capacity building and research that promotes the health of families in Malawi and beyond. Develop and promote evidence based decision making in different areas that promote the health of families. Mchinji district hospital is facing shortage of protective equipment considering that it covers the population of Mchinji as well as people from neighboring countries of Zambia and Mozambique as they Read more about PACHI donates medical equipment to Mchinji DHO […]. A year-old girl by the name of Esther Khonje from Duka Kaluwa Village, Traditional Authority Mtwalo in Mzimba District has gone back to school after dropping out due to pregnancy and early child marriage in Health Care Workers HCWs are now able to make prompt and informed decisions with quality data at their fingertips. Clinicians are directly involved in monitoring and building the data dashboards each month Read more about Data Visualization made easy at KCH nursery ward with the Introduction of NeoTree Android app […]. Coronaviruses are zoonotic, meaning Read more about Coronavirus […].
Aim: Quality of service delivery for maternal and newborn health in Malawi is influenced by human resource shortages and knowledge and care practices of the existing service providers. We assessed Malawian healthcare providers' knowledge of management of routine labour, emergency obstetric care and emergency newborn care; correlated knowledge with reported confidence and previous study or training; and measured perception of the care they provided. Methods: This study formed part of a large-scale quality of care assessment in three districts Kasungu, Lilongwe and Salima of Malawi. Subjects were selected purposively by their role as providers of obstetric and newborn care during routine visits to health facilities by a research assistant. Research assistants introduced and supervised the self-completed questionnaire by the service providers. Respondents included 42 nurse midwives, 1 clinical officer, 4 medical assistants and 5 other staff.
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