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Somalia Frontline FETP Cohort I Workshop 2

The Somalia National Institute of Health (NIH) in collaboration with US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), African field Epidemiology Network (AFENET), World Health Organization (WHO) has been implementing Frontline Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) since 29 August 2021. Frontline Field FETP is a three-month in-service training aimed at improving surveillance officers’ capacity in collecting, analyzing, interpreting surveillance data and taking action. It is also designed at improving data quality, completeness and timeliness. For this first Cohort, 26 trainees from the Somalia Federal MOH and States recruited for the training. 

The current FETP comprises of 26 enrolled participants from Federal and States who will support the program as Mentors in the future.

The second workshop of the 3 –months frontline training was held from 6-12 October 2021, during which all participants undertook booth didactics and field work projects in order to acquire the skills to collect, analyze, interpret and report public health surveillance data, case and outbreak investigation.  In addition, residents were trained and introduced to case and outbreak investigation and response processes and can now able to conduct the descriptive phases of any disease outbreak and describe the time, place and person characteristics. In addition they were trained to conduct root cause analysis to identify critical causes to some of the quality problems so as to recommend actions for improvement.

The third work shop and Graduation Ceremony will be conducted on the last week of November, 2021 in Mogadishu, Somalia. In attendance at the Second Workshop, was the Somalia National Institute of Health (NIH) Executive Director and SM FETP Program Director, Dr.Abdifetah Ahmed, the Somalia National Health Coordinator, Dr.Osman Abdi Omar,  the AFENET Regional Technical Coordinator, Horn of Africa, Dr Tatek Bogale, AFENET Senior Epidemiologists, Amelework Alene and Kassim Mahadi, WHO Mentors, Steven and Suleyman.

Key delegates at the 2nd Somalia FETP Frontline Workshop. These include the Somalia National Institute of Health (NIH) Executive Director and SM FETP Program Director, Dr. Abdifetah Ahmed, the Somalia National Health Coordinator, Dr.Osman Abdi Omar, the AFENET Regional Technical Coordinator, Horn of Africa, Dr Tatek Bogale, AFENET Senior Epidemiologists, Amelework Alene and Kassim Mahadi, WHO Mentors, Steven and Suleyman.