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Profile, knowledge, and work patterns of a cadre of maternal, newborn, and child health CHWs focusing on preventive and promotive services in Morogoro Region, Tanzania

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(Published December, 2015)
LeFevre, A. (Author),
Mpembeni, R. (Author),
Chitama, D. (Author),
George, A. (Author),
Mohan, D. (Author),
Urassa, D. (Author),
Gupta, S. (Author),
Feldhaus, I. (Author),
Pereira, A. (Author),
Kilewo, C. (Author),
Cooper, C. (Author),
Besana, G. (Author),
Lutale, H. (Author),
Bishanga, D. (Author),
Mtete, E. (Author),
Semu, H. (Author),
Baqui, A.H. (Author),
Killewo, J. (Author),
Winch, P. (Author)
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A quantitative survey on service delivery and knowledge was administered to 228 MNCH CHWs. Results compared to surveys of providers in nine health centers and 53 CHWs from same districts prior to the program's start. MNCH CHWs when compared to earlier CHWs were more likely to be unmarried, younger, and more educated. Mean MNCH CHW knowledge scores were

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LeFevre AE, Mpembeni R, Chitama D, George AS, Mohan D, Urassa DP, et al. Profile, knowledge, and work patterns of a cadre of maternal, newborn, and child health CHWs focusing on preventive and promotive services in Morogoro Region, Tanzania. Human resources for health. 2015;13(1):14.