At JUNAC, our community and public health nurses/specialists offer high quality services to all communities. We pride ourselves in participating in the life of the community primarily through the organizations, encouraging the discussion of issues relating to the improvement of life.

At JUNAC, we;

  • Carry out, within our level of competence, actions and basic health activities:

  • Encourage community organization continually;

  • Strengthen links between the community and health services;

  • Inform other team members on the availability of health needs and social dynamics of the community;

  • Lead the community for appropriate use of health services;

  • Register births, notifiable diseases and epidemiological surveillance and deaths;

  • Identify and register all pregnant women and children from 0 to 6 years of their service area, through home care;

We focus on case finding and health maintenance, as well as on health teaching and counseling activities with the following specific responsibilities

  • Monitoring of pregnant women and nursing mothers.

  • Promotion of breastfeeding.

  • Monitoring growth and development of children.

  • Guidance on alternative foods.

  • Use of folk medicine.

  • Promoting the sanitation and improving the environment.

  • Community diagnosis