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Qualité de L'Apport des Relais dans la PCIME Communautaire au Bénin; Quality of the contribution of community volunteers in Benin community-based IMCI

Panaveyi Vicky Malou Adom, Edgard Marius Ouendo, Lamidhi Salami, Gado Napo- Koura, Michel Makoutodé, Eds.: Cairn Info , (2014)


Introduction : de nos jours, face à la pénurie grandissante de personnel de santé qualifié et face au défi de l’atteinte des Objectifs du Millénaire pour le Développement, la participation communautaire est devenue une réalité incontournable. Dans la zone sanitaire Avrankou Adjarra Akpro-Missérété (3A) du département de l’Ouémé, les relais sont appuyés par l’UNICEF et l’ONG Africare. L’objectif de notre travail a été d’étudier la qualité de l’apport des relais dans la mise en oeuvre de la PCIME-Communautaire. 2014/2 Vol. 26 | pages 241 à 24 SFSP Santé Publique Introduction: With the growing shortage of qualified healthcare professionals and the challenge of achieving the Millennium Development Goals, community participation has become an essential reality. In the Avrankou Adjarra Akpro-Missérété (3A) health zone of the Ouémé department, community volunteers are supported by UNICEF and the NGO Africare. The objective of this study was to assess the quality of the contribution of community volunteers to implementation of community-based integrated management of childhood illness (IMCI). SFSP Santé Publique » 2014/2 Vol. 26 | pages 241 à 248
https://www.cairn.info/load_pdf.php?ID_ARTICLE=SPU...


Promouvoir des Soins de Proximité en Afrique : L'exemple de la Médecine Générale Communautaire au Bénin; Promotion of community-based care in Africa: example of community general practice in Benin

Roland Caplain, Ismaïl Yacoubou, Didier Adedemy, Alidou Sani, Sandrine Takam, Dominique Desplat, Eds.: Cairn Info , (2014)


Des efforts considérables ont été menés pour apporter aux populations rurales du continent africain des soins de base. Mais la qualité de ces soins reste aujourd’hui peu satisfaisante car le médecin généraliste est le plus souvent absent en première ligne. Cette situation est paradoxale en regard du nombre de médecins formés dans les facultés en Afrique francophone et à Madagascar. Le déficit en médecin généraliste, exerçant dans les zones rurales, reste particulièrement préoccupant alors que les jeunes médecins sans emploi se multiplient dans les villes. L’ONG Santé Sud, depuis plus de vingt ans, propose un concept – la médecine générale communautaire – qui, associé à un dispositif d’accompagnement, a permis l’installation de plus de deux cents médecins généralistes communautaires au Mali et à Madagascar. Ce concept a pour intérêt d’associer, dans une même pratique, la médecine de famille et les Soins de Santé Primaires. S.F.S.P. | « Santé Publique » 2014/HS S1 | pages 59 à 65 Considerable effort has been made to provide rural African populations with basic health care, but the quality of this care remains unsatisfactory due to the absence of first-line GPs. This is a paradoxical situation in view of the large number of physicians trained in medical schools in French-speaking Africa and Madagascar. of the lack of GPs working in rural areas is a real concern, as many young doctors remain unemployed in cities. For more than 20 years, the NGO Santé Sud has proposed a Community General Medicine concept, which, combined with a support system, has allowed the installation of more than 200 community GPs in Mali and Madagascar. The advantage of this concept is that it provides family medicine and primary health care in the same practice. S.F.S.P. | « Santé Publique » 2014/HS S1 | pages 59 à 65
https://www.cairn.info/load_pdf.php?ID_ARTICLE=SPU...


Community Health Systems Catalog Country Profile: Benin, July 2017

JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc., (2017)


This Community Health Systems (CHS) Catalog country profile is the 2016 update of a landscape assessment that was originally conducted by the Advancing Partners & Communities (APC) project in 2014. The CHS Catalog focuses on 25 countries deemed priority by the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID) Office of Population and Reproductive Health, and includes specific attention to family planning (FP), a core focus of the APC project. The update comes as many countries are investing in efforts to support the Sustainable Development Goals and to achieve universal health coverage while modifying policies and strategies to better align and scale up their community health systems. The purpose of the CHS Catalog is to provide the most up-to-date information available on community health systems based on existing policies and related documentation in the 25 countries. Hence, it does not necessarily capture the realities of policy implementation or service delivery on the ground. APC has made efforts to standardize the information across country profiles, however, content between countries may vary due to the availability and quality of the data obtained from policy documents.
https://www.advancingpartners.org/sites/default/fi...


Directives De Mise En Oeuvre De La Politique Nationale De La Sante Communautaire

Ministere de la Santé, Diréction Nationale de la Santé, République du Bénin , (2016)


Le but de ce document des directives est de contribuer à une mise en oeuvre harmonieuse de la politique nationale de santé communautaire et l’objectif principal est de permettre aux parties prenantes de disposer d’une ligne de conduite claire pour la mise en oeuvre de la politique de santé communautaire.
https://sante.gouv.bj/assets/ressources/pdf/direct...


Success Story from Senegal Regional Meeting Benin: Francophone Country Addresses CBA2I

FHI 360, Eds.: FHI 360, (2013)


In March 2013, a delegation of Benin health officials along with eight other country delegations attended the Francophone West Africa CBFP Partners’ Meeting held in Senegal. This landmark partners’ meeting was held to advocate and build capacity for the introduction of CBFP, including community-based access to injectable contraception (CBA2I), as a global standard of practice in the Ouagadougou Partner countries.
https://www.fhi360.org/sites/default/files/media/d...


Profil Nutritionnel de pays République du Bénin 2011

Organisation des Nations Unies pour L'Alimentation et L'Agriculture, (2011)


Profil Nutritionnel de pays République du Bénin 2011
http://www.fao.org/3/a-bc623f.pdf


Directives Nationales pour la Promotion de la Santé au niveau communautaire

Ministère de la Santé; Direction Nationale de la Protection Sanitaire, République du Benin, (2010)


Dans le but d’améliorer la santé des populations, à l’instar d’autres pays de la région, le Bénin a adopté plusieurs stratégies et programmes tels que le Programme Elargi de Vaccination et des Soins de Santé Primaires (PEV/SSP), le Programme National de Lutte contre le Paludisme (PNLP), la Prise en charge Intégrée des Maladies de l’Enfant (PCIME), Santé Maternelle et Infantile (SMI), … Ceux-ci ont mobilisé différentes ressources tant nationales qu’internationales à travers le budget de l’Etat et l’appui des Partenaires Techniques et Financiers. L’évolution des indicateurs en matière de santé et de développement des communautés montre que les interventions visant le niveau communautaire sont conçues et mises en oeuvre avec une faible participation de ces dernières.
https://sante.gouv.bj/assets/ressources/pdf/direct...


Health and Environment Project in Benin

R. Edon , Eds.: Field Actions Science Reports, (2010)


In 1989, the Republic of Benin was facing a great social and economical crisis. Civil servants of all the sectors in public administration were on strike. People did not know where to go for their health care. Salaries were not paid for more than six months and life for the general population was very dificult. The country was about to degenerate into civil war as a result of the civil unrest in the country. Thanks to the assistance from the French, and Canadian and American Mennonite missionaries, the Bethesda Health Centre was started in 1990 with US$ 1,000 granted by theses partners. Today, the Health Centre of Bethesda has expanded and has become a large Hospital in Cotonou. It hosts each year about 100,000 patients and has developed the department of paediatrics, ophthalmology, stomatology, cardiology, obstetrical gynaecology, X-rays, etc. The Hospital has also put in place an AIDS service which has been promoted by the government to the status of an AIDS Treatment Centre. In an integrated vision, Bethesda has established other departments. In 1993, the Sanitation department was established to implement sanitation and environmentally-friendly projects aimed at reducing the high incidence of some diseases frequently treated at the hospital. In 1996, the decision was made to establish a micro-inance department called PEBCo. This initiative, which currently has 10,000 clients, uses community savings to promote income-generating activities. Since many women were obliged to use the loans for family needs (health care, children schooling, etc.), they were unable to reimburse them as planned. Hence the Bethesda non-government organization (NGO) recently began an initiative to provide a community-based health insurance option for the population in 2006. There are now 12,000 members. This paper focuses on the presentation of Benin and the program, but also describes how the project could be better improved and what were its beneits and impacts. Field Actions Science Reports The journal of field actions Vol. 4 | 2010 Vol. 4
http://journals.openedition.org/factsreports/pdf/3...


Collaborative Approach to Community-based Malaria Prevention in Benin National Conference/Final Report

Plan International; Abibou Mamadou and Modeste Anato, (2009)


Plan Benin used the Integrated Management for Child Illnesses (IMCI) framework in creating the project "Collaborative Approach to Community based Malaria Prevention.” The project targeted 20 pilot villages in the communes of Aplahoué and Djakotomey, with the goal of reducing maternal and infant mortality related to malaria in the Couffo district. In order to assess the effects of the project on the beneficiary communities, the evaluation was initiated to measure the progress and the perfomance outcomes achieved at the end of the pilot stage. The evaluation was conducted from March to April 2009.
https://www.usaidassist.org/sites/default/files/pl...


Accelerating the Reduction of Malaria Morbidity and Mortality (ARM3),Benin: Summary of Key Achievements

Medical Care Development International , (2018)


Benin’s National Malaria Strategy calls for eliminating malaria as a public health threat by 2030. ARM3 was developed to measurably and significantly speed up progress toward that goal.
https://www.mcdinternational.org/docs/sheets/ARM3-...


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