In a bid to provide residents of Kwara state with access to evidence on COVID-19 resources, leading social accountability initiatives, Connected Development (CODE) has submitted its findings to the Kwara State Primary Health Care Development Agency, after completing its COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project.
COVID-19 Transparency and Accountability Project (CTAP) is an innovation implemented by Connected Development, BudgIT and Global Integrity with support from the Skoll and Conrad Hilton Foundation with a commitment to track all resources from public sector, private, multilateral and bilateral donors committed to COVID-19 pandemic.
Royal Times reports that In his brief remarks and presentation ,Kwara state lead for Connected Development (CODE) ,Kehinde Akinsola said a total of 783 Primary Healds Care were visited across 34 states of the federations. In Kwara state ,Akinsola noted that 29 Primary Heath Care centers (PHCs) were visited in 10 local government areas with users of the facilities sampled in the communities visited.
In her remarks ,Executive Secretary Kwara State Primary Health Care Development Agency, Dr Nusirat Elelu raised some concerns and observation about the results presented after the survey particularly querying the methodology ,criteria for local government areas and primary health care center selections ,Data presented. The state lead for CODE however clarified that the findings were based on the 29 primary health care visited.