These data were acquired from the Health Management Information System (HMIS), the surveillance data system of the MoPH that provided information on numbers, ages and diagnoses of patients visiting each BPHS
Following withdrawal of BPHS
program funding in 1996 due to change of government, team structures were generally discontinued in the cases observed Lambert et Whitegoods 2003-03 Characterised by a al.
In addition, the establishment and measurement of important objectives, based upon public health goals as advocated in the BPHS
and EPHS, are essential.
There has been a marked increase in health infrastructure; the number of health facilities providing the BPHS
has increased to 897 (from 746), the number of health facilities providing comprehensive emergency obstetric care has also increased to 89 (from 79), and the number of health facilities within the government's program of Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses stands at 309 facilities located in eight provinces and 39 districts.
(49) This should be reflected in supporting advocacy initiatives on reproductive fights in countries following a BPHS
When the TN1 plants (susceptible check) started to wilt, the experiment was stopped and the BPHs
were collected from all the lines, oven dried for 48 h and weighed.
may be long-time employees of a clinic and either they and/or their administrators believe they do not need specialized IPC training or supervision.
The implementation of this project will increase access to BPHS
in some of the remotest areas of Afghanistan like Badakhshan." He acknowledged the government and people of Germany had been supportive of the health system in northern Afghanistan and "we appreciate their generous support in this regard.
Each Basic Health Centre,the ministry said in a statement, was staffed by health professionals and provided the services envisioned in the Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS