Under Behavior Change Communication: *Community Members: community groups that will share important BCC messages, use of media and radio spots and public events to promote improved health seeking behaviors and practices. *Health providers: BCC messages and strategies to target improvements in service delivery at all levels. Health providers disseminate important health messages to communities.
Under Behavior Change Communication: BCC messages on safe delivery, HH/C-IMCI, ANC, and PNC, malaria, nutrition, control of diarrheal diseases, hygiene, danger signs for delivery, immunizations, breastfeeding, emergency transport plans, referrals services Under Improving Quality of Services: * In service training: MAMAN, recognition of danger signs, timely/effective referrals
Under Establish and Strengthen Community Based Workers, Health Committees, and Social Support Groups: Train VHWs and TBAS in: healthcare system orientation, technical interventions, health education strategies and data collection/reporting MAISHA: Men Active in Sustaining Health Action: pilot strategy for engaging professional drivers to communicate health information to their own families and to passengers and passing community members. –disseminate messages, post health messages on their vehicle and distribute materials. * Survive and Thrive Groups: community support groups to promote health pregnancies, healthy deliveries, and health children. Under Behavior Change Communication: * AFYA 1-2-3: project’s key community-based health communications strategy. Based on overwhelming success of the A-B-C campaign for HIV/AIDS prevention. Communications messages focused on health that are clear and easy to remember.
Under Behavior Change Communication: Council Health Management Team: Primary provider of health services in the district under the auspices of the MoHSW, Regional Health Office and Karatu District Council.
Under Increase Access to Basic Package of Health Services: Mobile health care teams use evidence based interventions to treat specific health conditions, provide health education, and BCC messages. CHVs: provide BCC messages, make referrals, respond to emergencies, and coordinate with primary health care teams and local health facilities * Care Groups: make routine home visits with health messages, encourage and model proper behaviors, and perform community health surveillance of disease and vital events. TBAs: trained to do clean, safe birth and neonatal resuscitation, to quickly recognize and refer obstetric emergencies, provide ANC and PPPC, and provide health education Under Ensure Quality CBIO= Census-based, Impact Oriented Methodology: