Funded Initiatives for Cuamm

Initiative Contributions for Cuamm

#IndicatorContributionDescriptionFiscal Year
1All health centres provide basic EmONC services (EWEC2011)Training of Health Workers• Equip HC IIIs and IVs with supplies in the Health facilities of 7 districts of Karamoja Region • Mentorship program of junior staff (midwives) in all the 49 Health facilities (both HC IIIs and IVs) • Reprinted the Management Protocols for basic EmONC which is on display in the Health Facilities and Handbooks 2014/2015
2Skilled health workers recruited for hard to reach areas (EWEC2011)Training of Health WorkersHave scholarship scheme in Karamoja region (Abim, Amudat, Kaabong, Nakapiripiti, Kotido, Napak and Moroto) for Midwives and Clinicians and 80% of the 60 who graduated after 3 years have been taken up in the HC IVs.2014/2015
3Health workers in hard to reach areas trained on basic EmONC (EWEC2011)Capacity BuildingEmONC training offered is through mentorship and coaching by CUAMM midwife supervisors that are based at the 7 districts of Karamoja (41 HCIII, 4HCIVs and 5 Hospitals). This is done along with senior midwives from hospitals to the lower HC IIIs and HC IIs. This is UNICEF funded2015/2016
4Skilled health workers recruited for hard to reach areas (EWEC2011)Retainment of students47/66 (77%) graduated scholarship scheme students have been recruited by the districts in Karamoja region. The scholarship is for native Karamajong that can be retained in the region. Scholarship ended in December 2016.2015/2016
5All hospitals offer comprehensive EmONC services (EWEC2011)Provided financial assistance• Payment of Medical Officer salaries and top up allowance in the 4 HC IVs in Karamoja. UNICEF funded2015/2016
6All health centres provide basic EmONC services (EWEC2011)Equipment supply and distribution•Supply and distribution of MNCH equipment and creation of new born corners in maternity wards. UNICEF Funding2015/2016
7Increase of comprehensive EmONC services in health centres to 50% (EWEC2011)Equipment supply and distribution•Supply and distribution of MNCH equipment and creation of new born corners in maternity wards. Ongoing mentoring and coaching of newly recruited midwives. This project is UNICEF funded2015/2016

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NameCuamm
DescriptionDoctors with Africa Cuamm is the leading Italian organization engaged in Sub-Saharan Africa, working towards the promotion and safeguard of African population’s health. Cuamm is engaged in capacity building, research, and dissemination of scientific knowledge with the main objective of ensuring the universal fulfillment of the fundamental human right to health.
Added On2015-08-17 03:00:28