Management of CHW programs requires better data collection approaches at the community level. This paper describes a framework and proposes a list of metrics to monitor CHW performance in low- and middle-income countries.
This community-based, cluster-randomised controlled trial in Nepal had female community health volunteers provide home counseling and blood pressure monitoring. The intervention resulted in a reduction of blood pressure for participants with hypertension and helps age-related blood pressure increases in adults.
This retrospective observational study examined the quality of integrated community case management (iCCM) care given by village health workers in five villages in Bugoye subcounty in Uganda. For malaria, pneumonia, and diarrhoea the quality of care was high, though the overall quality of care was lower. There is an increase in quality of care after the implementation of iCCM services.
This article examines the performance of South Indian frontline health workers by analyzing their time management and identifying factors that affect their work. Around 6 or 7 hours were spent on any working day, rather than the expected 8 hours.
This paper uses a newly developed general framework to create a cluster lot quality assurance sampling (C-LQAS) system. This method for creating a C-LQAS system is used to design data quality assessments for a community health worker program in Rwanda.