April 24, 2022 - 670 views

The weeklong health standard training programs by the National Department of Health (NDoH) has identified major setbacks of health care provisions in Gulf province. 

A team of High-level facilitators from NDoH standard service conducted the workshop at the Kerena Catholic Hall recently where Health workers numbering 126 came from as far as Kikori and other areas to participate. 

The participants especially community health workers and nurses from the rural health areas raised concerns that they have been working along in poor stages. 

Decorah Omaro of Maiaru Aid Post in Kerema District,  allegest the province of not having a committed administration, no clinical visits for guidance and improvement of services. She says poor road infrastructure has hindered health service delivery. 

Gulf Provincial Health Authority CEO Dr. Paul Wari is out of the province and FM100 News on ground was unable to reach him for comments. 


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