Using community health workers in community-based growth promotion: what stakeholders think.

  title={Using community health workers in community-based growth promotion: what stakeholders think.},
  author={Patience A Afulani and John Koku Awoonor-williams and Ernest Cudjoe Opoku and Joseph Asunka},
  journal={Health education research},
  volume={27 6},
The Nutrition and Malaria Control for Child Survival Project is a community-based growth promotion project that utilizes Community Health Workers (CHWs), referred to as Community Child Growth Promoters (CCGPs), as the principal change agents. The purpose of this study was to identify perceptions of key stakeholders about the project and the role of the CCGPs. The study employed qualitative methods: focus group discussions with CCGPs and care givers, exit interviews with care givers, and key… CONTINUE READING


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