ACOMIN SAT Conducts Advocacy To Health Ministry On Accountability Of Malaria Commodity Utilization

ACOMIN SAT Conducts Advocacy To Health Ministry On Accountability Of Malaria Commodity Utilization

By Ifeoluwa Nelson,

The State Advocacy Team of the Accountability of Civil Society on Malaria Control, Immunization and Nutrition, ACOMIN in Osun paid a courtesy visit to state Ministry of Health, particularly the Logistics Management and Coordination LMCU, and the Roll Back Malaria units to dialogue on accountability of malaria commodity utilization.
The objective of the visit was to ensure accountability of the malaria and non-malaria commodity supported by the ACOMIN community stakeholders in the course of carrying out implementation.
According to pharmacist Ojewole Yetunde, the Coordinator of LMCU, she stated that the unit will ensure maximum monitoring of the commodity, and requested that ACOMIN submit list of the beneficiary facilities and total number of what was supported through the community efforts.
Adding that everything about Malaria program of the ACOMIN deserves accountability, and the unit will not fail in carrying out its duties.
Also, at the Roll Back Malaria unit of the ministry, the Manager in Osun State, Dr. Femi Oroge on the importance to track and monitor the malaria commodities supported by ACOMIN Community stakeholders, said there is also need for the facility beneficiary to always document any drugs supported by the community on inventory control card.
Dr. Oroge added that getting this done daily on the consumption register will give room for better deliverables and tracking of the malaria commodities.
The ACOMIN State Advocacy Team were led to the courtesy visit by the state Chairman, Ambassador Dr Aremu Stephen Akinyele.

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