Eric Gilles Sarriot

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BACKGROUND The Kabeho Mwana project (2006-2011) supported the Rwanda Ministry of Health (MOH) in scaling up integrated community case management (iCCM) of childhood illness in 6 of Rwanda's 30 districts. The project trained and equipped community health workers (CHWs) according to national guidelines. In project districts, Kabeho Mwana staff also trained(More)
BACKGROUND Starting in 1999, Concern Worldwide Inc. (Concern) worked with two Bangladeshi municipal health departments to support delivery of maternal and child health preventive services. A mid-term evaluation identified sustainability challenges. Concern relied on systems thinking implicitly to re-prioritize sustainability, but stakeholders also required(More)
We believe that global health practice and evaluation operate with misleading assumptions about lack of reliability of small population-based health surveys (district level and below), leading managers and decision-makers to under-use this valuable information and programmatic tool and to rely on health information from large national surveys when neither(More)
The right and responsibility of communities to participate in health service delivery was enshrined in the 1978 Alma Ata declaration [1] and continues to feature centrally in health systems debates today. Communities are a vital part of people-centred health systems [2, 3] and their engagement is critical to realizing the diverse health targets prioritised(More)
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