USAID Afya Uzazi presented five abstracts at the 44th Kenya Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society Annual Scientific Congress

Afya Uzazi at KOGS Congress 2020

published on Monday 24th of February 2020 12:12:42 PM

USAID Afya Uzazi presented five abstracts at the 44th Kenya Obstetrical and Gynaecological Society Annual Scientific Congress held 19th-21st February 2020 at Leisure Lodge Beach and Golf Resort, Kwale, Kenya. The theme the conference was “Sustaining Quality Reproductive Health Services at the dawn of Universal Health Coverage: Unique Challenges, Bold Solutions.”

The five abstracts are:

Increasing uptake of postpartum family planning by addressing missed opportunities in Baringo County Inua Jamii Model: Afya Uzazi’s innovative approach to motivating and retaining community health volunteers Adoption of Clinic Appointment Diary and SMS-Based Appointment Reminder Electronic System to Increase 4th ANC Attendance and Skilled Birth Attendance (SBA) Quality Improvement: Improving Maternity Care in Marigat Sub-County through Appropriate Documentation eLearning via Mobile: A sustainable approach to updating health workers’ skills

The abstracts were presented by a delegation led by Afya Uzazi Deputy Chief of Party, Dr Marsden Solomon.

Download abstracts: https://afyauzazi.org/abstracts?start=6

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