On 30 of September 2019, Society for Humanitarian Solidarity conducted two (2) training courses for health workers in Shabwa, and Taiz governorates.
Thus as part of the activities of intervened by Society for Humanitarian Solidarity in these respective governorates. These training sessions where funded by the World Food Program (WFP), and has covered (24) health workers.
The head of local authority in Shabwa governorate Dr. Abdul Qawi Lamruq, and General Director of the Health and Population Office Dr. Aidarous Barhama inaugurated this morning these training courses targeting which where held at Ataq, the capital district of Shabwa governorate.
During the inauguration, both Lamruq and Barhama explained the importance of these courses, stressing that the qualified and trained staff will give a qualitative tender and will provide distinguished, services to the residing population and ensure quality of assistance is delivered.
They urged the participants to take advantage of all the information they receive during the training period and the application of its contents in the field of work and to recognize the tasks and duties before them coherence to the training sessions received.
Mr. Ali Al-Dadaou, the coordinator of the nutrition program at SHS, stated that the courses shall last for five (5) days during which the trainees will receive basic knowledge in community care against malnutrition, under-five year old children, women, as well as pregnant and lactating women.
At the same time, the General Director of Dubbab and Bab Al-Mandab districts, Mr. Mohammed Fadl Al-Sha’eri and Director of the Health and Population Office, Dr. Abdullah Saleh inaugurated yesterday a training course in community care for malnutrition cases for eighteen (18) health workers in the districts of Mawza and Dubbab.
These courses conducted by Society for Humanitarian Solidarity (SHS) shall raise the awareness level of the community and which shall positively contribute in enhancing the quality of services related to health and nutrition services in the designated districts. This in return shall as well contribute in combating malnutrition in the covered districts that puts lives of many of the residing population and their young ones at risk