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St Helena : DFID-FUNDED HEALTH PROJECTS MEET OBJECTIVES
Submitted by Saint Helena Herald (Public Relations Information Office) 22.06.2013 (Article Archived on 20.07.2013)

The Health and Social Welfare Directorate has received notification from DfID of overall ‘A’ ratings for two major projects indicating that both programmes have met their overall objectives.





DFID-FUNDED
HEALTH PROJECTS MEET OBJECTIVES



 



The Health and Social Welfare
Directorate has received notification from DfID of overall ‘A’ ratings for two
major projects indicating that both programmes have met their overall
objectives.

 



The Healthlink 3 and Health
Strategy
projects started in October 2008 and ended in March 2012. The main
focus of Healthlink 3 was to ensure that key professional personnel for Health
and Social Services were provided for St Helena and Tristan da Cunha. The
Health Strategy project complemented Healthlink 3 and - looking forward -
focused on developing and improving overall health and social services
provision on the Island. The project funding enabled staff training and
investment in equipment which have helped to raise standards in health and
social care services.

 



Director of Health and Social
Welfare Mrs Carol George said:

 



“We are extremely pleased
with the ratings received for these projects. This is the result of hard work
and commitment from everyone and I thank all staff involved. The Directorate is
committed to maintain and where necessary further improve health and social
welfare services on the Island.”



SHG



 



 

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