Across the developing world, countries are increasingly adop ting the integrated community casemanagement of childhood illnesses (iCCM) strategy in efforts to reduce child mortality. This intervention’s effectivenessis dependent on community adop tion and changes in care-seeking practices. We assessed the implementation process of a theory-driven community dialogue intervention specifically designed to strengthen the support and uptake of the newly introduced iCCM services and related behaviours in three African countries (Mozambique, Uganda and Zambia).
Published in Journal of Health, Population and NutritionCommunity delivery | Public health communications | Child and maternal health | Diarrhoea | Malaria | Pneumonia | Case management | iCCM | SDG3
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