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Japanese Government Implements Medical Rejuvenation Program :: Uganda Radionetwork
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Japanese Government Implements Medical Rejuvenation Program

The Japanese government has embarked on training program for medical personnel in Uganda.

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The Japanese government has embarked on training program for medical personnel in Uganda.

 

The Training code named 5 S is intended to improve the ability of government hospitals to provide quality health care services to the patients.

 

The 5S concept [sort, set, shine, standardize and sustain] is a program that provides quality health services to the patients and improves working environment for hospital staff.

 

The program is being funded by the Japanese International cooperation Agency [JICA] with support from government and is being piloted in a few selected general hospitals.

 

During the four days regional training for the medical staff and administrators of piloting hospitals drawn from Malawi, Tanzania, Kenya and Uganda on the enhancement of practical skills for 5S held at prime hotel in Tororo town Shintaro Takano, JICA representative said the program is being collaborative by many Japanese medical volunteers who have been placed in each of the piloting hospitals.

 

Shintaro was impressed with the success of the program at Tororo general hospital, which was attributed to good working relationship with the district local government.

 

Recently the MPS on HIV/AIDS committee who were on routine monitoring and evaluation of how programs on HIV/AIDS are run in the health centers in eastern region were very impressed by the general cleanliness of the hospital due to the implementation of the 5S.

 

Dr Francis Epetait the Ngora county MP was impressed with the general cleanliness and out look of this hospital.

 

Dr Bernard Opar from the ministry of health said the ministry is proud of the success of the program in Tororo hospital adding that they expect it to be rolled over to other hospitals.

 

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