LAGOS STATE STOCKOUT OF ESSENTIAL LIFE-SAVING COMMODITIES IN PRIMARY HEALTH FACILITIES

Quality of care
Nigeria
2018
The scorecard indicators show that there has been a significant reduction in stockout of essential life-saving commodities in PHCs in the state from July to December 2017.

SLAMs implores the State Ministry of health and its agencies to sustain this progress and ensure that it achieve 100% stock availability of those essential life-saving commodities that improves Maternal and Newborn Health in all the Public health Facilities offering Maternal and Child health services in the state.

They also ask that the state Ministry of Health should create a dedicated budget line for the distribution of Public health Commodities to the last mile. This Scorecard was produced by the Lagos State Accountability Mechanism for Maternal and Newborn Health (SLAMS) in February, 2018 with support from MamaYe - Evidence for Action.

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