The levels of community involvement in health (CIH): a case of rural and urban communities in Kwazulu-Natal.

  title={The levels of community involvement in health (CIH): a case of rural and urban communities in Kwazulu-Natal.},
  author={G. Mchunu},
  volume={32 1},
  • G. Mchunu
  • Published 2009
  • Medicine
  • Curationis
  • The study aimed to describe the practice of community involvement in health programmes. The study therefore explored the nature and practice of community involvement in health programmes in the two communities in KwaZulu Natal. The study was guided by the conceptual framework adapted from Arnstein's,(1969) Ladder of Citizen Participation. This framework shows different levels and steps in community participation. A case study method was used to conduct the study. The two cases were one urban… CONTINUE READING
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