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

Quality of care
Nigeria
2018
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.

There has been a significant progress in the stock and availability of essential life-saving commodities in the secondary health facilities in the state. Therefore, SLAM ask that the Lagos state Ministry of Health and Its agencies to sustain this progress made in the reduction of stockout of essential lifesaving commodities in health facilities and ensure that 100% stock of those life-saving commodities in all public health facilities offering Maternal and Newborn health services in the state is achieved.

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