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Community Perceptions on Malaria and Care-Seeking Practices in Endemic Indian Settings
(BioMed Central, 2013-01-29)
The focus of India’s National Malaria Programme witnessed a paradigm shift recently from health facility to community-based approaches. The current thrust is on diagnosing and treating malaria by community health workers ...
Strengthening Malaria Service Delivery through Supportive Supervision and Community Mobilization in an Endemic Indian Setting
(BioMed Central, 2014-12-08)
alaria continues to be a prominent global public health challenge. This study tested the effectiveness of two service delivery models for reducing the malaria burden, e.g. supportive supervision of community health workers ...
Mental Health Patterns and Consequences : Results from Survey Data in Five Developing Countries
(World Bank, 2009-02-28)
The social and economic consequences of poor mental health in the developing world are presumed to be significant, yet remain underresearched. This study uses data from nationally representative surveys in Bosnia and ...