SIGAR

SIGAR

@SIGARHQ

Followers91.4K
Following1.7K

Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction (SIGAR) (Following & RTs ≠ endorsement)

Arlington, VA
Joined on January 11, 2012
Statistics

We looked inside some of the tweets by @SIGARHQ and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
5 hours
Average replies
1
Average retweets
3
Average likes
8
Tweets with photos
5 / 100
Tweets with videos
0 / 100
Tweets with links
0 / 100

Rankings (sorted by number of followers)

220. in country United States and category Governmental

862. in country United States and category Society

SIGAR
16 hours ago

#StateDept’s Migration and Refugee Assistance allocations in recent fiscal years: FY 2018—$77.19 million FY 2019—$85.40 million FY 2020—$13.21 million (As of March 31) https://t.co/Y3oqkjy8lu

SIGAR
19 hours ago

More than $3.9 billion in U.S. taxpayer dollars appropriated to humanitarian efforts in #Afghanistan since 2002 https://t.co/umcjH2UpaT

SIGAR
a day ago

Although majority of health facilities employed female staff, only 112 of 269 facilities (42 percent) reported that there were enough female medical staff that worked at their health centers or hospitals to meet needs of their community https://t.co/Uj094sDlgJ

SIGAR
2 days ago

At nine health facilities (about 3 percent) no female staff were observed, and staff members present indicated that no female staff members were employed. Of these nine facilities, four were prison health clinics https://t.co/9rkUO3UGOu

SIGAR
2 days ago

At 239 health facilities (89% of total visited) SIGAR observed female staff in compliance w/Basic Package of Health Services requirements. No female staff were observed at many other health facilities, but staff members reported female staff members were employed at the facility

SIGAR
2 days ago

According to a #USAID fact sheet regarding maternal health, less than 25% of #Afghan health facilities had female staff present in 2002; by 2015 this improved to 85%. In Jun2019, USAID reported 95% of all health facilities had at least one female health service provider

SIGAR
3 days ago

SIGAR observed 50 incinerators with damaged or missing chimneys, corroded metal, or broken concrete. SIGAR also observed 77 poorly sited incinerators with obstructed chimney or easy public access https://t.co/Ngx4WnZbtn

SIGAR
3 days ago

In lieu of wells or city provided water, 12 of the 269 inspected health facilities in #Afghanistan reported carrying water from distant sources and 10 reported using water from rivers and streams https://t.co/Ngx4WnZbtn

SIGAR
3 days ago

SIGAR observed that 55 of 269 health facilities lacked water at facility grounds. Water concerns such as access, quantity, or damaged equipment were also observed or reported at 95 facilities https://t.co/Ngx4WogMRX

SIGAR
3 days ago

Several health facilities in #Afghanistan relied on refrigerators to store vaccines; a prolonged absence of electricity is likely to render vaccines and other medications requiring refrigeration unusable https://t.co/yx4BYQRjvV

SIGAR
4 days ago

(2/2) Staff at a separate facility with a broken generator reported bringing a battery from home to assist in health service delivery at night https://t.co/yx4BYQzIEn

SIGAR
4 days ago

(1/2) Staff at one health facility in #Afghanistan reported that they had to rely on using flashlights while assisting patients during emergencies at night

SIGAR
4 days ago

42 of 269 health facilities in #Afghanistan (16 percent) lacked electricity. Similarly, 129 facilities (48 percent) reported inadequate or inconsistent power and other concerns https://t.co/yx4BYQzIEn

SIGAR
4 days ago
What did SIGAR witness when visiting health facilities in #Afghanistan?  Take a look below.
https://t.co/yx4BYQRjvV https://t.co/9FPCwNIW5w
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What did SIGAR witness when visiting health facilities in #Afghanistan? Take a look below. https://t.co/yx4BYQRjvV https://t.co/9FPCwNIW5w

SIGAR
4 days ago

(2/2)…and damaged or removed doors at 44 facilities (16 percent). SIGAR noted 18 facilities (7 percent) with signs of settlement or deterioration of the building’s foundation https://t.co/xKExezV8pl

SIGAR
4 days ago

(1/2) SIGAR observed that of 269 facilities, 99 (37 percent) had damaged walls, 37 facilities (14 percent) had damaged roofs, and 79 (29 percent) showed signs of mold or leaks. We also observed damaged or missing windows at 31 facilities (12 percent)

SIGAR
4 days ago

SIGAR observed that many health facilities in #Afghanistan rely on incinerators to dispose of medical wastes and that in some cases, these incinerators were potentially hazardous to staff or patients due to location and poor condition https://t.co/xKExezV8pl

SIGAR
5 days ago

Structural and operational issues such as structural damage, and lack of consistent access to electricity and drinking water were observed. Some deficiencies could potentially affect safety and may negatively impact provision of health services https://t.co/xKExezV8pl

SIGAR
5 days ago

At many of the 269 facilities inspected, SIGAR observed structural damage, health or safety concerns, unused or damaged equipment, and other deficiencies https://t.co/mKx9CHN9Nj

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