District level eVIN-cum-IR training

DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 2/21/2020 9:56:17 AM IST

District level eVIN-cum-IR training was held in Peren and Wokha to address the importance of level Electronic vaccine intelligence network (eVin).

Peren: One day district level Electronic vaccine intelligence network (eVin)-cum-Immunization Refresher (IR) training for cold chain handlers and health workers for Peren District was held on February 19 at the Conference Hall of Jalukie Town Local Baptist Church.

A press release from the office of Chief Medical Officer (CMO) Peren stated that resource persons were regional project officer (UNDP), Rajesh Monsang; regional project officer (UNDP), Imli Longkumer and senior project officer (UNDP), Kinston. The release said the resource persons spoke on strengthening Universal Immunization program (UIP), UIP recording and reporting, cold chain and vaccine logistics management, demonstration of eVin store app, order management module, temperature logger and assessment management, frequently asked questions and trouble shooting, field issues in eVin implementation.

The training highlighted about how the eVin works and the common mistakes, what is cold chain, purpose of immunization supply chain, improving immunization coverage, importance of record keeping and the sub centre routine immunization microplan.

The program was chaired by district program officer UIP/RCH Peren, Dr. Nukshisangla Jamir and vote of thanks was delivered by Dr. Nukshisangla Jamir.

WOKHA: District level eVIN-cum-immunization refreshers training was held at VDB conference hall Wokha on February 21.

Speaking at the programme, Dr. CW. Tungoe, chief medical officer Wokha highlighted on the need to reach left out children for immunization in the district. Dr. Tungoe urged nurses to maintain proper data and give accurate reporting or documentation of health activities in their respective areas.

Dr. Zuben Kikon, Dy.CMO Wokha stated that the training was held for further strengthening and improving the district target, while Dr. Khelito Zhimomi, DPO (RCH/UIP) encouraged participants to be interactive during the training sessions. 

The training was organized by UNDP with Kingson Kamkara, senior project officer UNDP Nagaland, R. Khartu Monsang and Imli Longkumer regional project officers UNDP Nagaland as resource persons. Some topics covered during the sessions were recording, HMIS, eVIN reporting, proper handling and management of vaccines and discussion of field issues.

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