Over the past few months, the Recovery and Delivery Team in the Ministry of Health and Sanitation has worked assiduously to map out resources, develop detailed operational plans at the programme level, and develop M&E tools for the implementation of the Health Sector Post-Ebola Recovery Plan. The Recovery Plan was formally launched by the President of the Republic of Sierra Leone on July 24th 2015, marking the start of implementation.
As we move into full implementation of the plan at all levels, the Ministry in collaboration with its partners, is organizing a three-day workshop for district stakeholders from yesterday August 27th to tomorrow 29th, 2015 at the Wusum Hotel in Makeni beginning at 9 a.m. promptly. The main objective of the workshop is to support the DHMTs to develop operational plans and update their budgets for the implementation of the recovery plan in their districts, as well as to present and discuss monitoring tools developed by the Recovery Team.
The workshop is attracting District Medical Officers, Medical Superintendents of public hospitals, State House Delivery Team, District-Based Recovery Team Data Analysts, M&E Officers and other stakeholders in the Bombali district.
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