*An adequate label includes at least the patient’s name, name and strength of the medicine and written instructions on how to take it.
• The median percent medicines adequately labeled was found to be 13.45% - less than 2 in 10 labels were found to be adequate.
• 7 out of 10 public health facilities were found to have less than quarter of the medicines dispensed adequately labeled.
• Only 6% public health facilities had more than half of the medicines dispensed with adequate labels.
Figure 4.12 Adequacy of labelling in public health facilities