By Lola Seriki- Idahosa Kaduna.. Trace Reporters –Legislative Advocacy Initiative for Sustainable Development (LISDEL) In collaboration with Kaduna State Ministry of Health Organized a one day Stakeholders Engagement on Primary Health Care.
The exercise which was held at the Conference Hall of the Ministry of Health, review the projects objectives and deliverables, present progress updates and explored effective partnership mechanisms, among others.
Earlier in her welcome address, the State Commissioner, Ministry of Health, Dr. Amina Baloni described the Primary Health Care as the core.
She commended the organizers of the event, and urged them to discuss the way forward so as to achieve the desired result.
In his speech, the Deputy Speaker, Kaduna State House of Assembly, Dr. Isaac Auta described the relationship between the State Assembly and the Executive arm as cordial.
He said the State House of Assembly would continue to pass bills and laws that would improve Health Care Services and other sectors.
Dr. Auta further stated that the State House of Assembly would closely work with the State Primary Health Care Development Agency so as ensure good Primary Health Care Services in the State.
In his speech on behalf of the Development Partners, Dr. A. Shamang said they would continue to support the Primary Health Care Services with a view to achieving progress among others.
Speaking on behalf of the State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Malam Hamza Ikara said the agency is committed towards ensuring qualitative Primary Health Care delivery.
He commended the State Government and the State House of Assembly for working as a team to ensure the development of Health Sector among others.
In her presentation, Juliana Aribo-Abude on behalf of Legislative Advocacy Initiative for Sustainable Development spoke on the general overview of LISDEL saying that the organization would work harder so as to ensure success and progress in the Primary Health Care Services in Nigeria.
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