Africa AHEAD; Community Health Clubs: Women

Herbs Can Help

2008:   PHASA.  South Africa  Herbs Can Help   Dr. Juliet  Waterkeyn &   Josephine Mutandiro  Abstract:  With the terrible effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, medical services in rural areas of many developing countries cannot keep up with the demand for treatment. Where ARV and other drugs are scarce, herbal remedies can provide ‘first aid’ and alleviate the many …

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‘Securing Water, Energy, Sanitation and Livelihoods through Consensus: How Community Health Clubs Work.’

31st August, 2014.  World Water Week, Stockholm Africa AHEAD in conjunction with the Stockholm Environment Institute (SEI)  convened a seminar attended by 80 participants. The session was reported in the daily Newsletter for World Water Week. World Water Week Daily The  presentations from leading development practitioners, emphasized how the elusive gains in WASH Projects can …

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Rwanda National workshop for scaling up CBEHPP

19th February, 2015 The Ministry of Health in Rwanda in line with the provisions of the  Third Health Sector Strategic Plan, is committed to ensuring that the  Community Based Environmental Health Promotion Programme (CBEHPP) started in 2010 continues to spread to every village in Rwanda in order to enhance safe sanitation and sustainable hygiene practices. To-date 13,472 …

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Monitoring Hygiene Behaviour Change in Community Health Clubs in Rusizi District

There are 5 main objectives for this intervention in 3 years: To build capacity in MoH for cost-effective training of communities for hygiene behaviour change: Capacity of MoH has been built: 14 EHOs and 7 EHPs were trained to supervise the 100 Community Health Facilitators (known as ASOC) in each village. The M+E Officer at MoH …

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