The supervisors of the Cameroon Baptist Convention Health services CBCHS, of the HIV free North West project has commended the impact created through outreach activities in 2014.
In the supervisors meeting held at CBC women’s hall Nkwen recently, to congratulate team members, for work well done in 2014 and plan for better results in 2015, the supervisors prided selves of the fact that the workers rallied over 333pregnant women who had never done HIV test before. They resolved to intensify efforts to ensure that the over 333 pregnant women do their HIV test for the first time as fast as possible.
Beside, the supervisors also celebrated the creation of 10 child play centers, equipped to meet the desired goals and the fact that these centers will do outreach for antiretroviral therapies to reduce loss to follow up and rates of defaulters.
The principal objective of the supervisor’s meeting, this reporter was told, was to ensure that a smooth progress of program activities during this new quarter and New Year 2015. Despite all the hard work on the terrain, the supervisors were still not able to meet up the expected number of pregnant women targeted. However, they expressed their determination to explore all available means to improve on their services given a reason d’etre for such a crucial meeting for supervisors to brainstorm on possible opportunities to improve services and suggest ideas that can influence the increase of uptake.
The supervisors had time to highlight the achievements in the previous quarter as they confirmed the presence of international centers for AIDS prevention, ICAP registers in all sites while recognizing the wide usage of improvement quality questions.
Whereas efforts to intensify service improvement were achieved in 2014, supervisors reiterated the importance of the 2015 work plan developed by centre for disease control and prevention, CDC, NACC and CBCHS as it gets into use.