This policy brief provides evidence-based recommendations to support community-based CHW services with sufficient resources to address social determinants of health. The goal of these recommendations is to increase the establishment of healthcare policies related to CHW services for communities facing health inequities.
This article looks at the determinants of community health workers using mobile phone technologies in rural Rwanda. Technical characteristics were found to be a predictor of use, while user characteristics were not.
This paper discusses the role of community health workers in realizing the right to clean air. Nepal is used as an example of a human rights-based approach to address the issue of indoor air pollution.
This study protocol outlines the type 2 hybrid effectiveness-implementation study that was used to test an integrated maternal and child health intervention based in the community health worker system in rural Nepal.
This multi-site case study used interviews and focus groups of community health workers and facilitators to examine conversations on WhatsApp. WhatsApp was viewed positively by community health workers and acted as a useful tool in rural health work, despite the challenge of separating social use from instrumental use.
This paper describes the house party model. The house party model is a community-based workshop approach to health education facilitated by community health workers. Participants rated the experience highly and the ability to recognized causes or signs of preterm labor increased after participation.
This paper discusses the implementation of a mobile-based community health management information system for community health workers (CHWs) and their supervisors in Zambia. CHWs provided weekly updates to supervisors and received feedback through the mobile application.
This paper examines the impact of an intervention to improve maternal and newborn health in Nairobi, Kenya, through an mHealth application called mobile Partnership for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health.