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Summary of Country presentations. Group 1: Template. IMCI Implementation. IMCI Implementation. IMCI Implementation. Key factors that helped scaling up 1. Conducive policy environment (BAN) 2. Continued commitment and support (BAN) 3. Strong partnership with NGOs, academics (BAN)

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Imci implementation2
IMCI Implementation

Key factors that helped scaling up

1. Conducive policy environment (BAN)

2. Continued commitment and support (BAN)

3. Strong partnership with NGOs, academics (BAN)

4. Long-term posting programme office (BHU)

5. Core team of trainers (BHU)

6. Standard recording forms available in HF (BHU)

7. Implementation of regular supervision (BHU)

8. Formation of child health advisory group (BHU)

9. Responsible IMCI management teams at national and provincial level (DPRK)

10. IMCI well integrated with nutrition activities. Newborn and maternal care (DPRK)

11. Part of national strategy (INO)

12. Budget from multiple sources (INO)

13. Inclusion IMCI in curriculum medical doctors and midwives (INO)

14. Strong health system organization (SRL)


Imci implementation3
IMCI Implementation

Key challenges to scaling up:

1. Lack/continuity of supervision and monitoring (BAN) (BHU) (INO)

2. Utilization of pooled funds (BAN)

3. Weak health system to scale-up integrated approach (BAN)

4. Rapid turn-over of health workers (BHU)

5. Decentralization (INO)

6: Inadequate programme coordination (province , districts) (INO)

7. High turn-over programme staff (INO)

8. Scaling up (INO)

9. Malnutrition in spite of low mortality – need to strengthen focus on family behaviours and community practices (SRL)






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