Supervision Training: some lessons from Kenya. Dr Pamela Lynam / Nancy Koskei JHPIEGO-Johns Hopkins University Chris Rakuom – DSRS-Ministry of Health. Background. 1999 Supervision training needs assessment found: There is little training for supervision
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Dr Pamela Lynam / Nancy Koskei JHPIEGO-Johns Hopkins University
Chris Rakuom – DSRS-Ministry of Health
GET and MAINTAIN STAKEHOLDER AGREEMENT
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What can be done
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MONITOR AND EVALUATE PERFORMANCE
An improvised hand washing container in one of the health facilities – MCH/FP Department
The supervisor at Ikanga Health Centre with containers for mixing jikResults
Suggestion Box at Ikutha Health Centre introduced by the supervisor (pictured right) as a way of getting feedback from the communityResults contd.
Curtains bought to provide privacy in one of the health facilities – MCH/FP ClinicResults contd.
Shared visions with other stakeholders (staff and community ) led to:
Staff Motivation: Supervisors developed new ways to motivate staff, e.g.:
Some of the quotes from providers as they filled the supervisory skills ratings questionnaire were: