REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH WORKERS IN AFRICA

@inproceedings{Lehmann2004REVIEWOT,
  title={REVIEW OF THE UTILISATION AND EFFECTIVENESS OF COMMUNITY-BASED HEALTH WORKERS IN AFRICA},
  author={Uta Lehmann and Irwin Friedman and David H Sanders},
  year={2004}
}
This review examines the use of various categories of Community Health Workers (CHWs) as first line health workers in dealing, for example, with maternal and child health, tuberculosis, HIV/AIDS, malaria and other issues throughout Africa. It attempts to address key questions such as: What has happened to Community Health Worker programs over the past two decades in Africa? What models are being used? What type of work do CHWs undertake? In which countries is work being undertaken? How are… CONTINUE READING
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