Training provided for owners of service provision institutions in Augaro regarding communicable diseases
Training has been provided for owners of service provision institutions in Augaro sub-zone regarding communicable diseases especially TB, malaria and HIV/AIDS.
Augaro, 12 September 2013- Training has been provided for owners of service provision institutions in Augaro sub-zone regarding communicable diseases especially TB, malaria and HIV/AIDS.
Mr. Sultan Hagos, head of agitation and information in the Health Ministry’s branch in Gash-Barka region, explained that awareness of parents, the society and service provision institutions in particular have great responsibility for nurturing healthy and productive society, and that they have to play due role in the efforts being conducted to control the spread of these dangerous diseases.
He further pointed out that owners of service provision institutions have big opportunity to disseminate information to customers regarding communicable diseases and play due role in controlling their prevalence.
Mr. Yohannes Yemane, head of Augaro Health Center, on his part said that awareness raising is paramount for bringing basic change, and called on concerned institutions to work hard to this end.
Likewise, Mr. Abraham Haile, Administrator of Laelai-Gash sub-zone, indicated that communicable diseases are main bottlenecks for development, and that owners of service provision institutions have the responsibility of disseminating information, especially among the youth.
Among the participants, Ms. Abeba Letebrhan and Ms. Jirom Gaim noted the importance of providing such training by the Health Ministry, and expressed resolve to practically apply the training they received.