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2019 MISP Chapter 2 English
Вернись к Модулю МКНМ
Use this quiz to test your knowledge after reviewing Unit 2.
1. The lead SRH agency should immediately dedicate a full-time SRH Coordinator for a minimum period of one year to provide operational and technical support to the health partners and facilitate coordinated planning to ensure the prioritization of SRH and effective provision of MISP for SRH services.
2. In the MISP for SRH, the lead SRH organization is responsible for all the below
a. Hosting regular meetings with all relevant stakeholders
b. Mapping existing SRH services alone and separate from health/GBV/HIV coordination mechanisms
c. Nominating an SRH Coordinator
d. Sharing information about the availability of SRH services and commodities
e. Ensuring the community is aware of the availability and location of SRH services
3. Who should participate in the SRH working group meetings?
a. Representatives from the affected community
b. Nongovernmental organizations
c. Civil society organizations
d. GBV coordinator
e. All of the above
4. Components of successful SRH coordination include all except:
a. Having an agreed-upon terms of reference
b. Engaging the Ministry of Health in leading or co-leading the coordination effort
c. Having appropriate administrative, communications, and logistics support
d. Meeting on a monthly or bimonthly basis at the beginning of an emergency
5. The MISP for SRH Checklist can be used to monitor SRH service provision and coordination in humanitarian emergencies.