AIL runs 14 Community Health Worker posts which are located in villages and manned by a local female and male team. These posts provide a vital first point of contact with medical care for many families. The CHWs triage patient dealing with first aid, pregnancy care and preventive measures while referring complicated medical issues to the fixed clinics.
AIL trains the CHWs and provides monthly continuing education and monitoring. Most recently in April, the meeting included details on Covid-19, colds and flu, vaccinations for Covid, encouraging more women to have safer clinic based births, encouraged mothers to take malnourished infants to the clinics and distribution of health guidebooks provided by the Health Department.
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Covid-19: AIL continues with its relief efforts providing food aid, PPE and running a Covid-19 hospital. All health clinics are operating and Learning Centers and schools are holding classes. Radio Meraj continues to broadcast the latest Covid-19 information.
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