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Dr. Atwiine Diana and Mr. Baguma on Voice of Toro on 21.08.2012
Dr. Atwiine Diana discussing the relevance of community reporting on their satisfaction of the quality of health care delivered by the health workers.
about Dr. Atwiine Diana and Mr. Baguma on Voice of Toro on 21.08.2012
Kabarole's Biostatistician and HMIS FP on Voice of Toro 6.08.2012
Kabarole's Biostatistician and Health Management Information Management Systems Focal Person introducing mTrac to the district listenership.
about Kabarole's Biostatistician and HMIS FP on Voice of Toro 6.08.2012
Ministry of Health Official on Voice of Kigezi 7.08.2012
Ministry of Health Rep (Harriet Mayinja) having a discussion on mTrac and its intended benefits to the end users of health services in Uganda.
about Ministry of Health Official on Voice of Kigezi 7.08.2012
Kiryandongo's District Health Officer on BBS Radio 26.9.2012
In this radio programme, the District Health Officer (DHO) of Kiryandongo discusses promotion of accountability through medicines tracking and community engagement.
about Kiryandongo's District Health Officer on BBS Radio 26.9.2012
Medicines and Health Service Delivery Monitoring Unit (MHSDMU) on Baba FM 24.9.2012
The Medicines and Health Service Delivery Monitoring Unit gives a general overview of mTrac and the relevancy of using the Anonymous Hotline for improving health service delivery.
about Medicines and Health Service Delivery Monitoring Unit (MHSDMU) on Baba FM 24.9.2012
mTrac Anonymous Hotline Radio Infomercial
The anonymous hotline is an avenue for Ugandan citizens to be able to communicate directly with District Health Teams and the Ministry of Health to provide feedback on health service delivery by sendi
about mTrac Anonymous Hotline Radio Infomercial
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