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Director general of INEMA: more than 2000 technicians are needed to reinforce staff

José Azevedo Ekumba, director general of the National Institute of Medical Emergencies of Angola (INEMA), said that the institution needs 2770 more technicians to reinforce the 417 staff that work at national level.


Noting that the provision of professionals is carried out below 30 percent of actual capacity, the director, quoted by Angop, added that the workforce scenario is being worked out in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, which will take into account and with greater regularity the appropriation of the personal quota, in order to distribute with more efficiency and quality to the degree of the country.

He also spoke about transport, which is assumed to be the main element of the institute's work and needs to be replaced, something that, in his view, is assumed to be a challenge.

"Transport already has a lifespan at the limit, it is degrading every day, but we have done everything possible to keep circulating through the arteries of the country's cities", said José Azevedo Ekumba, in statements to the press this Thursday. Friday, cited by Angop, on the sidelines of the II Scientific Workshop with the theme "INEMA 13 years – Communicating with Clarity in the Search for Excellence Service".

The official also said that, after more than a decade of existence, it intends to put into practice an innovation program, improvement of service provision to citizens, with regard to rescue as well as pre-hospital care, with the aim of applicants are faced with a quality service that ensures treatment, safety, conservation of life, hospital transfer to the nearest or reference infrastructure as soon as they leave the area of distress, writes Angop.

If you look at INEMA numbers in the first six months of this year, it is concluded that the number of requests increased compared to the same period last year: in the first half of this year, the institution received 10,862 requests, reflecting an increase of 656 requests compared to to the same period of 2021.

According to Angop, among the topics to be discussed at the event, which brings together technicians from all over the country, are "Medical emergencies in Angola, current view and perspectives", "Care for serious victims", among others.

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