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CHW Regional Meeting: Country Follow-up Plans and Actions
The USAID-sponsored Community Health Worker (CHW) Regional Meeting, held in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, in June 2012, was a forum to demonstrate and discuss tools and strategies to strengthen the functionality, scale-up, and sustainability of government and NGO-led CHW programs.
The meeting's main purpose was to highlight tools and strategies to support CHW program performance by using presentations, case studies, small group activities, and participant exchanges to help attendees absorb and then practice what they learned.
By the end of the meeting, five countries - Ethiopia, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Zambia - developed action plans to guide their post-workshop follow-up. This report includes the five countries’ plans and updates.