JEMBI / UEM-MOASIS Supports the Training of 252 Technicians of the National Health System in Basic Computer Literacy

JEMBI / UEM-MOASIS Supports the Training of 252 Technicians of the National
Health System in Basic Computer Literacy

As part of the new real-time Point of Care system (SESP) to be implemented in Mozambique by the Ministry of Health, a key tool for the collection of data from HIV patients at the health facility level (US), Jembi/UEM Moasis supported the training of 252 technicians of the National Health System (SNS) in basic computer literacy


Technicians from Romão Health Center (Maputo City) being trained in Basic Informatics

Maputo, Mozambique- August 2019- In April and July of this year, the Jembi/UEM-Moasis team supported the training of 252 SNS technicians in basic computer literacy at 14 health facilities where SESP will be implemented in real time. The SESP aims to strengthen health care, follow-up of patients with HIV and improve patient care flow and clinical process management.
Basic Computer training was designed to strengthen the skills of Healthcare technicians on the use of computers and peripheral devices as well as to develop basic IT skills from a Microsoft Office perspective (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) as well as antivirus software and internet access.

Romão Health Center technicians after completion of basic computer training

 

In this initial phase, the training took place in health facilities in Maputo City and Maputo Province, namely: CS José Macamo, CS Ndlavela, CS Boane, CS Romão, CS Habel Jafar and CS 1 de Maio, from 16 to 30 April 2019; and Polana Caniço Hospital, CS Mavalane, CS Matola II, CS Zimpeto, CS Alto Maé, CS Xipamanine, CS 1 de Junho , CS Machava II between 1 and 26 July. The courses will also be taught in health facilities where real-time SESP will be implemented in Gaza, Sofala, Manica, Zambézia and Nampula provinces.
According to the Ministry of Health Training Information System (SIFO), Jembi/UEM-Moasis has trained 2.285 staff of the SNS in various specialties from 2011 to July 2019.

 

 

“This project is possible thanks to a partnership between Mozambique and the American people through
funding from PEPFAR – CDC “.

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