Malawi Connects Health Workers With Rural Communities To Treat Childhood Diseases

WHO: Bringing child health services closer to rural communities in Malawi
This WHO Feature discusses efforts in Malawi to connect rural communities with health workers to address children’s health and mortality. According to the piece, “Malawi’s Ministry of Health has been working with WHO to train community health workers to treat common childhood diseases under the Rapid Access Expansion (RAcE) program – funded by the Government of Canada and launched in 2013” (November 2015).

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