A review of community-centred early warning early action systems
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This is a review of the Child Survival Project implemented in Sierra Leone between 2011-2017.
This final evaluation is intended to contribute to findings at the community, national and international levels on operationalizing a national Community Health Worker (CHW) policy in an urban environment and to share learnings from an approach to health systems strengthening in an urban setting. The assessment also includes a project performance evaluation. Evaluation findings are relevant not only to Concern Worldwide, its donors, and international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) but also to various in-country stakeholders, including the Ministry of Health-Sierra Leone, the Western Area Urban District Health Management Team (DHMT) and civil society to advance policy dialogues and best practices in the country.
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