The Ministry of Health through its Malaria Control program Department, has concluded a daylong malaria Advocacy engagement meeting with Stakeholders in Kakata City, Liberia.
The meeting was aim at building a coordinated consensus on how to advance a suitable and workable ideas to completely eradicate or end malaria incidents and malaria deaths within Margibi County.
Over fifty participants including top County’s officials, Commissioners, Clans and Paramount chiefs, Towns and general Towns chiefs, Police, Education and Healthcare workers were all in attendance at the meeting on Monday October 12, 2020.
It was held under the theme: “Help MOH to end malaria incidents and malaria deaths in Margibi County.”
At the end of the round table discussion, Recommendations such as, Compulsory used of mosquitoes nets, Cleaning of various environments/Communities, Stakeholders’ extended Community and Schools’ malaria palava hut discussions, and stakeholders’ engagement meetings.
Others are, airing of developed malaria prevention jingles, Police to arrest violators contrary to the proper way of using the treated mosquitoes nets among many others were recommendations advanced to MOH as to be used as road map to addressing the issues of malaria.
Currently, a population of a little over 269.570 people, according to recent Health statistic, Healthcare providers are being hugely challenge in addressing the need to bring an end to malaria incidents and deaths in the County.