The Nigeria 2019 Verbal and Social Autopsy study of under-five mortality: Stakeholder engagement, key findings, and recommendations for action - Shared screen with speaker view
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Hello Everyone,Joseph Monehin, Washington DC
Hi All, I'm Ian Tweedie, Project Director for Breakthrough ACTION-Nigeria.
Francis Aminu, Director, Health & Nutrition, Aliko Dangote Foundation, Lagos, Nigeria
Udochisom Anaba, Research Coordinator, Breakthrough RESEARCH-Nigeria
Dr. Olusegun Ojetola, Nutrition Manager, International Medical Corps(IMC),Nigeria
Samuel Ojima Adejoh, University of Lagos, Nigeria.
Dr. Akeju David, Department of Sociology, University of Lagos, Nigeria
See more on the VASA Stakeholder Engagement Process here:https://www.harpnet.org/blog/early-stakeholder-involvement-to-foster-greater-country-ownership-of-research
Good afternoon everyone,. Zainab A Moukarim USAID YPE4AH
Was the data desegregated by public private?
Would maternal mortality potentially impact results of verbal autopsies in that these mothers would not be available for verbal interview, but these cases may disproportionately affect neonatal and child mortality?
Learn more about country dissemination here:https://www.harpnet.org/blog/national-and-regional-stakeholders-express-commitment-to-addressing-child-deaths/
VASA products are also available on the Health Research Program website: https://www.harpnet.org/project/2019-nigeria-verbal-and-social-autopsy/
See VASA products on the National Population Commission website:https://www.nationalpopulation.gov.ng/2019-vasa-report/
will the recording be made available?
Yes, the webinar recording will be made available.
Thank you. Very interesting and important study.
To access the VASA dataset and tools visit the National Population Commission website:https://www.nationalpopulation.gov.ng/vasa-2019-data-set-questioniare/
I would suggest you investigate the Integrated Community-Based Primary Health Care program sponsored by the health care system of the Lutheran Church of Christ in Nigeria in Adamawa State. This program engages community as well as strengthening care in the clinics an health centers (David Thompson MD MPH
Dr. Sara Holtz