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close this bookCerebrospinal Meningitis Epidemics and Surveillance Systems in the Sudan, Ethiopia and Chad (Centre for Research on the Epidemiology of Disasters, 1990, 40 p.)
close this folderIV. ANNEXES
View the document1. Sudan MOH Organigramme
View the document2. Sudan Referral Health System
View the document3. Ethiopia MOH Organigramme
View the document4. Chad MOH Organigramme
View the document5. Chad Referral Health System
View the document6. Table: CSM Epidemic Control Needs & Resources evaluation in N'Djamena on February 27, 1988
View the document7. Table: CSM Epidemic Control Needs & Resources evaluation in N'Djamena on March 30, 1988
View the document7. Table: Mass Vaccination Campaign in N'Djamena: needs & resources evaluation
View the document8. CSM Reported Cases in Khartoum, N'Djamena and Addis Ababa from January 1988 to July 1988

1. Sudan MOH Organigramme


SUDAN: MOH ORGANIGRAMME

2. Sudan Referral Health System


SUDAN: ORGANIGRAMME OF REGIONAL HEALTH SERVICES AND REFERRAL SYSTEM

3. Ethiopia MOH Organigramme


ETHIOPIA: MOH ORGANIGRAMME

4. Chad MOH Organigramme


CHAD: MOH ORGANIGRAMME

5. Chad Referral Health System


CHAD: REFERRAL SYSTEM

6. Table: CSM Epidemic Control Needs & Resources evaluation in N'Djamena on February 27, 1988

TABLE VIII: N'DJAMENA, FEBRUARY 27: EVALUATION OF NEEDS AND IDENTIFICATION OF DONORS

PURPOSE

TYPE

QUANTITY

DONOR

Central Hospital
(for 1 week)

Chloramphenicol

5000

FAC



1000



UNICEF




Ampicilline

500

PASP


Gentalline

50



Beds & Tents


ICRC




FED


Medical gowns

1000

USAID



- soap (boxes)

50




- OMO (boxes)

50




- Gresyl (kg.)

200

ITS



- chlorine (kg.)


ARMY


disposable syringes

1000

PASP


drips

1000

PASP


Ringer sol. 0,5%

1000

PASP


PERSONNEL

delay secondment

Peripheral Centers

Chloramphenicol

1000

UNICEF



1000



Transportation





- vehicles

2

UNICEF




1

ITS



- fuel





- drivers




Disposable Syringes

300

PASP

Chari-Baguirmi

Mobile teams

?

FAC

VACCINATION

Vaccines

100000

MSF/FED



100000

FAC


Syringes

200000



Needles

250000

UNICEF


Personnel




Vehicles

2



UNICEF/DMPSR




fuel


UNICEF


drivers



7. Table: CSM Epidemic Control Needs & Resources evaluation in N'Djamena on March 30, 1988

TABLE IX: N'DJAMENA, MARCH 30: EVALUATION OF NEEDS AND IDENTIFICATION OF DONORS

NEEDS

QUANTITY

DONORS

Vaccines

50000

WHO


200000

French Cooperation


150000

EEC

Chloramphenicol

20000

French Cooperation


5000

WVI


20000

USAID


50000

Swiss Cooperation

Ampicilline

5000

UNICEF

Ringer sol.

2000

Swiss Cooperation

Solumedrol 100

1000

Swiss Cooperation

Hydrocort. 500

1000

Swiss Cooperation

Jet injectors

5

MSF


1

FANT


6

French Cooperation

Syringes 10cc.

5000

UNICEF

Money (CFA)

455000

Swiss Cooperation

Fuel (1/day)

1000

UNICEF

Human Resources:




- Medical Doctors



Emergency ward (3)

2

MSF


- Lab. Technician

1

French Cooperation

7. Table: Mass Vaccination Campaign in N'Djamena: needs & resources evaluation

TABLE X: MASS VACCINATION CAMPAIGN IN N'DJAMENA: RESOURCES AND NEEDS

TYPE

QUANTITY

AVAILABLE

TO REQUEST

Vaccinators:

40

DMSPR: 23

11 to be trained



BIOFORCE: 6


Assistants:

27

0

27 Red Cross

Policemen:

650

650


Drivers:

21

MOH 12

ICRC: 1



UNICEF 10

MAIRIE: 3



SECADEV 1


Vehicles

16

DMPSR: 4

CICR: 1



HOSPITAL: 4




EPI: 2




UNICEF: 10




SECADEV: 1


Trucks

5

MOH: 2

MAIRIE: 3

Jet Injectors

40

DMSPR: 23

MSF: 5



Bioforce: 12

Bioforce: 12

Vaccines

550000

PASP: 625000

EEC: 150000



WHO: 100000

WHO: 50000

8. CSM Reported Cases in Khartoum, N'Djamena and Addis Ababa from January 1988 to July 1988


REPORTED CSM CASES IN 1988 - ADDIS ABABA


REPORTED CSM CASES IN 1988 - KHARTOUM


REPORTED CSM CASES IN 1988 - N'DJAMENA