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C-IMCI Planning Meeting for UNF-Funded countries. Morogoro, Tanzania June 2002. 55 participants from nine countries (Tanzania, Malawi, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Nigeria, Kenya Uganda) participated WHO/AFRO, UNICEF, UNF/UNFIP, AMREF. OBJECTIVES.

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55 participants from nine countries (Tanzania, Malawi, Madagascar, Zimbabwe, Swaziland, Nigeria, Kenya Uganda) participated
  • WHO/AFRO, UNICEF, UNF/UNFIP, AMREF
objectives
OBJECTIVES
  • To share challenges and achievements on c-IMCI implementation
  • Develop a human right-based approach to c-IMCI
  • To finalize and present countriés’ work plan
  • Prepare monitoring and evaluation plan with focus on showing results
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Method of Work:

- Presentaions (Progress of c-IMCI in the Region, IECD, Linkages between RBM and c-IMCI, M&E)

    • Country presentation on achievements and challenges
        • C-IMCI being implemented in various districts in the countries
        • Challenges included limited access to health facilities, commitment of CHWs, difficult tool to replicate, training is generally expensive.
        • Lessons learnt: the importance of partnership, bottom-up vs top-down approach, etc.
    • Community field visits by participants (to identify effective tools/techniques, to learn from Tanzania’s experience)
        • Well organized communities with good record keeping
        • Witnessed implementation of 16 practices, with good results
        • High level of community involvement
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Group work
    • Various topics such as partnership, behavior change, scaling up, etc) were discussed and presented in plenary
  • Country work plans were presented and discussed
  • WHO/UNICEF also presented their joint work plan to support countries
  • In conclusion

- documentation

- showing impacts

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