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"'I'm a Health Worker' - Abduaraman Gidi" made by IntraHealth International.

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  • The Arizona Prevention Research Center's (University of Arizona) Diabetes and the Family Curriculum is a tool for CHWs, focusing on health promotion and chronic disease prevention designed for individuals and their families. The tool is available in both English and Spanish.

    Reads: 1,267
    Author(s): Arizona Prevention Research Center, The University of Arizona
  • This article describes a qualitative study that examines the efficacy of non-financial incentives in sustaining volunteerism among CHWs. The study addresses: the motivation of volunteer CHWs; barriers and de-motivating factors; the effectiveness of non-financial incentives; and the mechanisms by which incentives motivate volunteer CHWs. The study also explores the role of community anchors or...

    Reads: 2,312
    Author(s): The Last 10 Kilometers Project
  • The Arizona Prevention Research Center's (University of Arizona) Steps Forward/Pasos Adelante Curriculum is a tool for CHWs, focusing on health food choices and preparations, chronic disease risk, community health and participant advocacy. It is available in both English and Spanish.

    Reads: 1,372
    Author(s): Arizona Prevention Research Center, The University of Arizona
  • This Centers for Disease Control and Prevention E-Learning training series provides written and audio information regarding what CHWs are and what they do, as well as, details about CHW workforce issues and development, sustainable funding, and moving policy and systems forward. The training also provides links to CHWs resources and programs in the US.

    Reads: 930
    Author(s): CDC
  • This curriculum was created by the Southwest Center for Community Health Promotion at the University of Arizona. The tool was designed for promoters/CHWs to use in their work with clients to prevent and manage diabetes and the mental/emotional health complications associated with diabetes.  The tool is available in both English and Spanish.

    Reads: 1,140
    Author(s): Reinschmidt, K.M., Chong, J.
  • This toolkit provides a variety of resources that form a platform for strengthening policy makers, program managers and service providers' capacity to promote access to maternal, newborn and child heath care. Developed by the Peace Corps,  the toolkit includes information on: pregnancy and birth preparedness; labor, post partum and newborn care; community mobilization; child survival; and...

    Reads: 1,299
    Author(s): Peace Corps
  • This toolkit provides a variety of resources that form a platform for strengthening volunteers' or CHWs' capacity  to achieve social and behavior change. Developed by the Peace Corps, the toolkit includes information and resources on behavior change communications and  community mobilization.

    Reads: 1,266
    Author(s): Peace Corps
  • This toolkit provides a variety of resources that form a platform for strengthening capacity to address public health priorities, specifically postpartum hemorrhage, which is the leading cause of maternal mortality worldwide. The toolkit, developed by MCHIP, includes hemorrhage-related information on: advocating, policy, preparing providers, advocating, quality of care, increase awareness,...

    Reads: 1,126
    Author(s): MCHIP
  • This pre-service education toolkit outlines key programmatic steps, highlights lessons learned, and identifies key resources to assist in developing quality and relevant pre-service education interventions. The toolkit, originally developed by Jhpiego under the leadership of MCHIP, has been shaped significantly by the technical advisory group at MCHIP. Although targeted for midwives, this...

    Reads: 1,187
    Author(s): MCHIP
  • Partner in Health's Program Management Guide discusses strategies to help organizations implement a CHW program to improve access as well as the quality of care that is provided in resource-limited areas. A CHW program can significantly improve health outcomes, particularly for the poorest members of the community. In PIH's accompaniment model of care, patients build a trusting relationship...

    Reads: 1,205
    Author(s): Partners in Health

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