The training and integration of village health workers
This article describes the selection, training, activities, and supervision of village health workers (VHWs) in a rural area of Haiti. The aim is to provide an overview of work that may serve as a useful example to others engaged or wishing to engage in VHW programs. The account describes selection and training of the VHWs, relationships established between themselves and with other health team members, operation of the VHW program, and development of community pharmacies by the VHWs in their homesAvailable in spanish in Bol. Oficina Sanit. Panam 110(4), 1991
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