USAID-IHP trains Media practitioners on reportage for improved health system in Kebbi State

USAID-IHP has trained Media practitioners on how to improve health indices through constant quality reportage on health care issues in Kebbi state.

During a two-days media engagement with Journalist and Media practitioners in Yauri, Kebbi state, the program fucused on health governance generally and the role of the media in advocating for improved healthcare service delivery in Kebbi State. 

USAID-IHP has for over five years supported Kebbi state to reduce child and maternal morbidity and mortality, health system strengthening, which necessitated the need for a broader media coverage and reportage, towards consolidating what USAID-IHP supported Kebbi state to achieve, and to also remove obstacles to quality health care services.

During the training, the participants were taking through the areas of USAID-IHP intervention including digital health through Audio Job AIDS (AJA) & Automatic Appointment Reminder (AAR) aimed at improving access and utilization healthcare services in health facilities.

Shehu Salisu Dabai, Joy Uberu, Faruk Nanoh Bello, Dr. Yusuf Suraj, and Mubarak Nuhu delivered lectures to participants on key area of interest during the program. 

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