Keep Polio At Zero Campaign: Primary Healthcare Mgt Boss Urge Parents, Churches, School To Ensure Children Are Vaccinated
The Executive Secretary of Rivers State Primary Health Care Management Board, Dr Kinikanwo Innocent Green, is leading the charge in the Keep Polio at Zero Campaign across Rivers State.
Dr. Green has been actively engaging with the House to House teams and Fixed Post Teams to ensure effective implementation of the vaccination drive. He understands the significance of reaching every household and is personally involved in coordinating efforts to ensure no one is left behind.
He visited the Port Harcourt City Local Government Area and Obio/Akpor Local Government Area to oversee the vaccination process. During these visits, he interacted with parents emphasizing the importance of allowing children to receive the polio vaccine. He assured them that the vaccine is safe and can protect their children from this preventable disease.
In his efforts to address any challenges faced by the teams on ground, the Executive Secretary visited the Rivers State Primary Health Care Centre at Churchill. He took the time to interact with the various teams involved in the campaign and addressed their concerns. Dr. Green’s proactive approach highlights his commitment to ensuring the success of the Keep Polio at Zero Campaign.
Accompanying Dr. Kinikanwo Green on these visits was Dr. Joy Wihioka, the Director of Community Health at the Rivers State Primary Health Care Board, along with other community leaders. Their presence further demonstrates the collaborative effort being made to protect the health and wellbeing of the people of Rivers State.
Through these ongoing efforts, the Rivers State Primary Health Care Management Board, under the leadership of Dr. Kinikanwo Innocent Green, aims to maintain a polio-free state and secure a healthier future for the children of Rivers State.
Highpoint of the supervision was when the Executive Secretary, Dr Kinikanwo Innocent Green visited the Palace of the Paramount Ruler and Nyewe-Eli Apara Kingdom, His Royal Majesty, Eze Chike Worlu-Wodo at his palace in Rumuigbo.
November 11, 2023