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Webinar : Developing and implementing interventions to improve community health worker motivation and performance

May 6, 2014

Malaria Consortium’s inSCALE project is hosting a webinar to discuss some of the main challenges CHW programmes in sub-Saharan Africa face and how innovation mHealth approaches can address these challenges.

inSCALE is implementing a technology based approach to addressing key challenges such as low motivation, under-performance, infrequent supportive supervision and high attrition in Mozambique and Uganda.

The session will focus on the innovative, collaborative and extensive process adopted by inSCALE for identifying the barriers to CHW motivation and performance in Mozambique and Uganda and the development of acceptable and feasible solutions to these challenges, including the rationale for the design of the two interventions developed and their implementation in different settings.

 The three speakers will address different areas of the project development and implementation and lead an engaging discussion with the audience.

Join the webinar hosted by the inSCALE project to hear learning from the design and implementation of innovative intervention in Mozambique and Uganda.

Date: 14th May 2014

Time: 3:00pm-4:00pm BST (GMT +1)


Dr. Karin Källander, Senior Research Advisor, Malaria Consortium – inSCALE aims and objectives Daniel Strachan, Senior Research Associate, UCL Institute for Global Health – Formative research informing the design of sustainable and scalable mHealth interventions to improve volunteer community health worker motivation, retention and performance Maureen Nakirunda, inSCALE Research Officer – Social sciences, Malaria Consortium Uganda – Process evaluation of a mHealth intervention in Uganda


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