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Reaching the “last mile” in South Sudan with community health workers

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This post is part of the Institutionalizing Community Health Conference blog series.

By: Dr. Alfonso Rosales, MD, MPH-TM, World Vision

Using Quality Improvement Approaches for Better Community Health

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By: Kim Ethier Stover, Senior Quality Improvement Advisor, USAID ASSIST Project

Getting the message home: Advocacy for health accountability in Uganda

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By: Deogratias Agaba, Community Empowerment Officer, PATH/Uganda

Harnessing the Power of Community Networks

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By: Ram Shrestha, Senior Improvement Advisor for Community Systems, USAID ASSIST Project

It Takes a Village: Improving Nutrition through Community Health Workers

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By: Dr. Sascha Lamstein, JSI Technical Advisor

District Partnerships Enhance Community Participation for RMNCH in Rwanda

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By: Telesphore Kabore, Community Mobilization Advisor, Save the Children USA

Where There Are No Supervisors: Community Health Worker Peer Support Groups

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By: Camille Collins Lovell, Community Engagement Technical Advisor/Pathfinder International and Hermenegilde Nduwayo, Community System Strengthening Specialist/IHPB

Making healthcare affordable: Women’s savings and loans clubs to the rescue

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By: Tolase Olatinwo, Knowledge Management Advisor, Jhpiego/Nigeria

The Legacy of the Alma-Ata Declaration: Integrating Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Services Into Primary Care

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By: Sarah Hodin, Project Coordinator II, Women and Health Initiative, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public

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