Ekiti govt empowers health workers with essential tools

Ekiti govt empowers health workers with essential tools

In a move aimed at enhancing the productivity and efficiency of health
workers across Ekiti State, the Governor Biodun Oyebanji administration has allocated valuable work tools worth millions of naira to deserving recipients.

During a distribution event held in Ado Ekiti, the Commissioner for Health and Human Services, Dr. Oyebanji Filani, highlighted the significance of the tools in elevating productivity and service quality within the state’s healthcare sector.

The distributed items include 35 laptop computers, 30 mobile tablets, a life-sized medical mannequin for training purposes, 4 video transmitters and receivers, and 30,000 Ulerawa cards.

Others are maternal care tools, RCM manuals, Information Education and
Communication materials, 3-in-1 printers, and 58 Anti-Shock garments.

During the event, the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Health
and Human Services, Mrs. Olusola Gbenga-Igotun, Executive Secretary of the State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr. Ayodele Seluwa and General Manager of the Ekiti State Health Insurance Scheme, Dr. Charles Doherty, emphasized that the items were allocated based on the specific needs of each office and

Recipients of the work tools encompass various entities including Local Government Monitoring and Evaluation officers, logistics officers, Ulerawa program personnel at selected Public Health Centers across the state, the Reproductive Health Unit, State Primary Health Care Development Agency, three Tertiary Hospitals, 22 secondary facilities, and two Public Health Centers in each local government area.

Speaking on behalf of the recipients, Mrs. Bade-Gboyaga from the Comprehensive Health Centre in Okesa, Ado-Ekiti, expressed heartfelt appreciation to the Oyebanji-led administration for its commitment to providing the work tools and prioritizing the welfare of healthcare workers in the state.

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