SESAI analyzes administrative processes to speed up improvements at DSEI Manaus
A team from the Special Indigenous Health Secretariat (SESAI) of the Ministry of Health visited the Special Indigenous Health District (DSEI) Manaus, from September 21 to 26, to analyze the administrative processes and optimize the execution of sanitation works and buildings according to the goals of the Indigenous Health District Plan (PDSI) 2020 - 2023.
A task force composed of technicians from SESAI Brasilia analyzed the administrative processes to optimize the reforms, maintenance, construction and expansion of water supply systems, Base Poles and Basic Units of Indigenous Health (CASAI). In addition, the implementation of permanent education courses in Indigenous Health was also analyzed for the qualification of multidisciplinary professionals.
The team visited the Makira Base Pole and listened to local leaders and the Indigenous Health District Council (CONDISI) Manaus. The chief of the Makira village, Sérgio dos Santos Medeiros, thanked the visit and the dialogue. "We thank the Secretary of SESAI, Robson, for sending this team to hear our demands. We discussed about everything and hope to have a return as soon as possible, from now on I thank the team so that we can move forward in a better future for indigenous health".
SESAI is carrying out several technical missions with the objective of speeding up the administrative processes of the Special Indigenous Health Districts (DSEI) and speeding up the enhancements that lead to improvements in the health and quality of life of the Brazilian indigenous people. The Xavante, Mato Grosso do Sul, Cuiabá, Bahia and Manaus DSEI have already received the technical missions.