From Mustapha Saye, Kaduna
Kano State Commissioner of Health, Dr. Aminu Ibrahim Tsanyawa, has reiterated government commitment under the administration of Governor of Kano State Dr. Abdullahi Umar Ganduje to sustain adequate supply of affordable and qualitative drugs and other medical consumables to the over 1000 public health care facilities across the state.
Dr. Tsanyawa stated this while declaring open a workshop on the Review of Kano State Sustainable Drug Supply System (SDSS) Operational Guidelines holding in Kaduna state, yesterday.
He said the review of the Operational Guidelines has become necessary in order to address identified challenges threatening the successful operation of the scheme.
The commissioner then congratulated and expressed gratitude to the state SDSS committee for their hard work and selfless determination in implementing the operational guidelines, which he said has received national acclaim and recognition.
In his remarks, the Chairman of the State SDSS Committee, Pharm. Gali Sule, expressed delight over the successes recorded from the inception of the programme to date, acknowledging the presence of some challenges hindering the realization of full success of the scheme.
He urged the participants to critically look at the proposed amendments in the operational guidelines towards addressing the identified challenges effectively, as reported by the ministry’s Spokesperson Hadiza M. Namadi and made available to The Triumph.