Community cost-benefit discussions that launched the Camino Verde intervention in Nicaragua

@inproceedings{HernndezAlvarez2017CommunityCD,
  title={Community cost-benefit discussions that launched the Camino Verde intervention in Nicaragua},
  author={Carlos Hern{\'a}ndez-Alvarez and Jorge Arostegu{\'i} and Harold Suazo-Laguna and Rosa Maria Barrag{\'a}n Reyes and Jos{\'e}fina Coloma and Eva Harris and N E Micael Andersson and Robert J. Ledogar},
  booktitle={BMC public health},
  year={2017}
}
BACKGROUND Recent literature on community intervention research stresses system change as a condition for durable impact. This involves highly participatory social processes leading to behavioural change. METHODS Before launching the intervention in the Nicaraguan arm of Camino Verde, a cluster-randomised controlled trial to show that pesticide-free community mobilisation adds effectiveness to conventional dengue controls, we held structured discussions with leaders of intervention… CONTINUE READING

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