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Report on the ‘Think-in’ on Community Health Worker Voice, Power, and Citizens’ Right to Health

Drawing on information from Brazil, India, South Africa and the United States, this report assesses the role of CHWs in fostering health system accountability to the community.

Report on the ‘Think-in’ on Community Health Worker Voice, Power, and Citizens’ Right to Health

Drawing on information from Brazil, India, South Africa and the United States, this report assesses the role of CHWs in fostering health system accountability to the community.

Ethiopian community health workers’ beliefs and attitudes towards children with autism: Impact of a brief training intervention

Access to care for rural children living with autism is impeded by stigma and the confinement of autism care services to the capital city, Addis Ababa.  Community health workers can help mitigate these challenges. This article presents the findings of an assessment of the impact of a brief training on CHW beliefs and attitudes towards children with autism.

One for all, all for One Health- Assessing the impact of installing joint human-animal disease surveillance on the reporting performance of Community Health Workers in Sierra Leone •

As part of the One Health Project, community health workers are trained in joint animal and human disease surveillance as a way for early detection of the zoonotic disease Ebola. This master’s thesis explores whether CHWs in the One Health Project submit more surveillance reports vs their non-One Health Project counterparts and finds that they do, in fact, significantly.

Health policy and system support to optimise community health worker programmes: an abridged WHO guideline

This abridged version of the WHO CHW guideline, provides a snapshot for policy makers, planners and managers on the evidence and recommendations for improving  community health worker program optimization

 

Does supportive supervision enhance community health worker motivation? A mixed-methods study in four African countries.

This paper presents a mixed methods implementation study that assessed the effect of the supervision on CHW’s perceptions of supervision and motivation-related outcomes.

“They do not see us as one of them”: a qualitative exploration of mentor mothers’ working relationships with healthcare workers in rural North-Central Nigeria

Mentor mothers (MMs) are HIV positive women who provide support to other women living with HIV, particularly in the prevention of mother to child transmission of HIV (PMTCT). This qualitative study explores the experiences, working conditions, and relationships between MMs and health workers in Nigeria.

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