MOGADISHU Draft Minutes - Health Cluster Coordination Meeting Thursday 1st December 2011 10:00 a.m WHO Confrence room PARTICIPANTS Name Organization E-mail address Telephone Mohamed Abdullahi Omar WHO Mohamedabdulahi2000@yahoo.com 061554553 Abdi Hersi H. Cluster Hersi1959@yahoo.co.uk 0618712932 Dr Mohamed Mohamud Abdinor IRC Sahal33@hotmail.com 0615127878 Mohamed Ali Hassan WHO email@example.com 0615549607 Farhan Bashir Hassan WHO firstname.lastname@example.org 0618222897 Mohamed Hussein Omer UNICEF email@example.com 0615549607 Ali Hussein Yusuf SOPHPA Sophpa2001@yahoo.com 062373381 Ahmed Farah Roble OCHA firstname.lastname@example.org 0615115824 Dr Mohamud Mohamed Hersi Hijra Hirsi91@hotmail.com 0615554866 Hassan Abukar Abdi DMF Umulqura88@hotmail.com 0615510114 Zeilici Muse DMF Dremail@example.com 0615562159 Dr Mohamed El Hefnawi Arab Medical Union firstname.lastname@example.org 0618943601 Dr Ahmed Alam Eldeen Arab Medical Union email@example.com 0618943612 Nasra Ahmed Mohamed SHARDO Shardo95@yahoo.com 0615536583 Yasir Mohamed Ahmed Mercy Malatia firstname.lastname@example.org 0618309457 Dr Fowzan Ali Ahmed PASOS Passo97@hotmail.com 0615962020 Bukharin Sahal Qasim Patients Helping Fund email@example.com 0615930103 Dr Shafie Mohamed Jumale Banadir hospital Jimale07@gmail.com 0615528685 Dr Ahmed Abdi Aden CPD/SC Health.firstname.lastname@example.org 0615388990 Mohamed Hussein Somali Aid Somaliaid@hotmail.com 0615538752 Dr Osman G. Amir SOADO email@example.com 0615384774 Abshir Aweys Yusuf SOADO Soadongo@hotmail.com 0615303918 Dr Hussein Hirey Kulane CESVI Husseinhirey@cesvioverseas.org 0615543882 Mohamud Shere Mohamed WHO firstname.lastname@example.org 0615549875 Dr Bashir Sabrie Halane ARC email@example.com 062967030 Abdulqadir Mohamed Dahir WARDI firstname.lastname@example.org 0618701120 Dr Mohamed Abdirahman PHF email@example.com 0618930100 Dr Mahad M. Hassan WAMY Drmahad60@hotmail.com 0615557979 AGENDA 1. Welcome and Introduction 2. Update on previous action points 3. Updating HFs and gap analysis 4. Update on outbreaks and response (Measles, AWD/Cholera and Malaria) 5. Surveillance system and reporting plan 6. Finalization and flow up of the 3ws matrix 7. AOB 1. Introduction The meeting was chaired by the new health Cluster focol point, Dr Abdi Hersi, who welcomed the HC members to the meeting and introduced the agenda. Hersi asked members to introduce themselves. 2. Review of previuos meeting minutes. The meeting minutes was distributed to the members through e-mail asking their comments. During the meeting, the chair asked if there are any comments. The members endorsed the minutes as correct. 3. Updates of health facilities in Mogadishu and gap analysis Although there are many humanitarian agencies which are currently implementing health activities in Mogadishu, the quality of health care is very poor. The health cluster focal point (Dr Hersi) has explained the role of the cluster which is coordination and technical support. Some organizations presented to the meeting the type and number of health facilities they suport and their locations. Dr Ahmed Abdi of CPD/Save the Children (partner with Save the children) informed that they are running 4 OPDs in Mogadishu and continues an Integrated Health and Nutrition program. WAMY has opened new health centre in Abdiaziz district of Banadir region in September 2011. So far staff training was conducted (IMCI), Free ampulance service is provided and WAMY welcomes the cluster members willing to utilize this service, WAMY has collaboration with King Fahad Charity which supports WAMY financialy. WAMY is planning to expand the health centre and will create Mother and children hospital (small) in Abdiaziz. WAMY has also assessed Yaqshid districts and will share the results with the cluster. Mr Osman Gedow of SOADO informed that they opened one MCH in Abdiaziz district and they have an agreement with UNICEF. Dr Hirey of CESVI confirmed that CESVI has opened health centre in Wardhigley district and planning to increase the number facilities and mobile clinics. CESVI plans to open CTC in Wardhigley locality and will start Ambulance services. Dr Mohamud confirmed that HIJRA is running 2 MCHs (one in Lafole and one in Dharkenley) and recently started one mobile clinic in Bondhere district. HIJRA plans to open a Referral Health Centre in Badbado IDP camp. HIJRA also supports Banadir hospital by providing hygiene and cleaning materials. Patients Helping Fund (PHF), a Sudan based NGO, has opened OPD in Hodon district (Tarabuunka) at IDP camps. PHF is planning to conduct IMCI traing to health workers in Mogadishu, Banadir hospital is their firs target (Dr Mohamed has mentioned). Arab Medical Union (AMU) suports one Health centre in Hodon. Minister of Health TFG visited the centre ealier and promised to send technical people from MOH to evaluate the facility. AMU requested WHO to provide medical supplies. Most of the obove mentioned facilities are mainly OPDs and health posts and few implement EPI and Antenatal care. Some of them are not using Somalia treatment guidelines. Dr Hersi requested to UNICEF and WHO to prepare brainstorming presentation in the next meeting. 4. Updates on outbreaks High number of AWD , Measles and Malaria cases were reported by different agencies in Mogadishu. Banadir hospital admits most of the cases and reports to the cluster regularly. In week 46 (14 – 20 November), the hospital reported 291 cases of AWD with 4 deaths; in the same period 63 cases of measles and 133 cases of Malaria were reported from the hospital. In week 47 (21-27 November), Banadir hospital reported 263 cases of AWD (with 7 death), 53 cases of measles and 77 cases of Malaria. The data reported by Banadir hospital and confirmed by surveillance data showed reduction of cases in week 47 comparing week 46. Dr Shaficie of Banadir hospital informed to the health cluster that the majority of patients come from Hodan, Wardhigley, Howlwadag and Wadajir districts. The doctor informed that there are some patient relatives who cough the infection while in the hospital or immediately after they left the hospital. This is due to the poor sanitation and the shortage of cleaning materials and chlorine at the hospital. The reports from main partners (including Islamic Releif, WARDI, HIJRA, CPD/SC, MANHALl, Mulim Aid, WAMY,CESVI, Banadir hospital and SOADO among others) are summarised bellow: WEEKS AWD Bl. Diarrhea Measles Malaria W46 (14 -20 November 2011) 748 133 105 337 W47 (21-27 November 2011) 713 116 79 223 Total 1461 249 184 560 5. Suveillance system and reporting plan Dr Abdi Hersi requested to all cluster members to submit their reports one day before the cluster meeting. The cluster agreed to use standardized reporting format. The chair requested to prepare data collection template asking if there are some volunteers who draft one and share with the members (See the action points). 6. Finalization and flow up of the 3 W matrix Mr Mohamed Abdullahi of WHO remined the members to fill the 3 W matrix within 3 days. Mr Ahmed Farah Roble of UNOCH suggested to fill the form as soon as passible as the deadline has already passed. 7. Action points a. Preparation of cluster reporting template and submition before the next meeting, Wamy, CESVI, HIJRA together with Cluster focal point volunteered to prepare the form. b. Partners fill 3 W matrix and submit to the cluster by Monday 5th December The next health cluster meeting will be held on Thursday 15th December at 10:00 AM at WHO conference room.
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