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FYP: Katsina gov’t offers employment letters to 52 nurses, midwives

FYP: Katsina gov’t offers employment letters to 52 nurses, midwives

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FYP: Katsina gov’t offers employment letters to 52 nurses, midwives 

Katsina State government have employed not fewer than 52 nurses and midwives and graduates of the Foundation Year Programme, FYP under Women for Health, W4H project to address shortage of female health workers in health facilities as well as address infant and maternal mortality in the state particularly in the rural communities.

The W4H programme is a 5-years programme implemented in 5 Northern States (Katsina, Kano, Jigawa, Zamfara and Yobe) designed to address the shortage of female health workers in Northern Nigeria especially rural communities and reduce Infant and maternal mortality which is prevalent in the Northern states.

This was disclosed by the National Programme Manager, Dr. Fatima Adamu during the graduation of a set of 107 students of the Foundation Year Programme, FYP in the state.

Dr. Fatima also called for automatic employment of the beneficiaries under the project in the state in order to bridge the shortage of health workers gap and meet the health demands of women and children in the rural areas.

 

Delivering his speech, Governor Aminu Bello Masari of Katsina State said the appointments of beneficiaries of the programme will be tired down to clinics in their communities.

Masari expressed worry over attitude of some elites and health workers who influence to serve in the urban and semi urban areas leaving people in the rural communities to suffer while stressing the need for the programme to be extended to the hard to reach areas and rural communities to meet the health demands of populace.

Earlier, the Katsina State Chairman, FYP, Suleiman Saulawa said the programme have started yielding positive results and helping to reduce the needless death (maternal and child mortality) among women and children in the rural communities.

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