Community health voluntaries in Nacfa and Afabet sub-zones obtain training regarding community rehabilitation
Atotal of 44 community health voluntaries in Nacfa and Afabet sub-zones have obtained training regarding community rehabilitation.
Massawa, 08 March 2014 – Atotal of 44 community health voluntaries in Nacfa and Afabet sub-zones have obtained training regarding community rehabilitation.
The training that focused on community-based cure of children dealt with respiratory diseases, diarrhea, malaria and measles, as well as child nutrition.
In opening remarks, Mr. Ahmed Rejib, Administrator of Afabet sub-zone, pointed out that the Health Ministry has been exerting efforts with a view to promoting community health, and called on the trainees to translate the knowledge they have acquire into practice, besides serving the community with dedication. He further expressed the Administration’s readiness to collaborate in such endeavors.
Dr. Ogba Kifleyesus, Head of the Hospital in Afabet, stated on his part that community health volunteer trainees in the year 2009/2010 have won remarkable communal acceptance, and that the current training was organized in persuit of such accomplishment, and thus raising their competence. Moreover, he urged the beneficiaries of the training to live up to the expectation of fellow inhabitants.
Among the trainees, Mr. Mohammed-Nur Saleh, Mr. Mahmoud Osman and Ms. Amna Omar noted the value of the training as regards promoting community health, especially in connection with Pediatric. They further asserted that they would serve the community with a spirit of uprightness.