Posted in Quarterly Reviews
admin

2022-1st Quarterly Review 2022 January through March

Quarterly Review 1 – 2022 COVID-19: During the first quarter of 2022, most of our employees got their 3rd or 4th dose of vaccine when the Omikron virus quickly spread. Several became positive, but none of them got seriously sick. Expansion: With the dangers of COVID-19 subsiding, we could finally implement activities that we had […]

Posted in Quarterly Reviews
admin

2021-4th Quarterly Review 2021 October through December

Quarterly Review 4 – 2021 COVID19:  A consultant hired by the Cambodian NCD Alliance held Focus Group Discussions (FGD) with patients and interviews with stakeholders from the health system in rural and urban operational districts. These included FGD in districts where patients are member of peer educator networks for diabetes and hypertension. The study objective […]

Posted in Quarterly Reviews
admin

2020-4th Quarterly Review 2020 October through December

Quarterly Review 4 – 2020 Peer Educator Training: On 30-11-2020, 5 Peer Educators passed exam: 4 from Angkor Chey OD and 1 from Baray Santuk OD. We are exploring how to build a customized e-Learning platform for training of Peer Educators and Patients. We had 2 discussions a software company with this skill and experience. […]

Posted in Quarterly Reviews
admin

2020-3rd Quarterly Review 2020 July through September

Quarterly Review 3 – 2020 (July, August and September) Setting – up new service locations: The program team has set up a new Medical Consultation service and Revolving Drug Fund at Health Center Rompea Meanchey (Kampong Speu province, Kong Pisey Operational District (OD) and at the Referral Hospital Samaki Romduol (Svay Teap OD in Svay […]

Posted in Quarterly Reviews
admin

2020-1st Quarterly Review 2020 January through March

Quarterly Review 1 – 2020 (January, February and March 2020) Corona Virus and MoPoTsyo: During the 1st quarter of 2020, the services have continued. People with diabetes and hypertension are extra vulnerable to COVID19. We will try to help them keep good control of blood sugar and blood pressure but also prevent transmission of COVID19. […]