Publish Date: September 2013
To generate key lessons, Senegal, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and Malawi have conducted assessments of their programs related to community case management (CCM) of childhood illness programs. The CCM programs in all three countries included the treatment of three major childhood illnesses by community health workers: diarrheal disease, malaria and pneumonia.
For this report, each country’s CCM assessment was reviewed and findings were summarized across eight CCM Benchmarks that are accepted global components by which CCM programs can be evaluated: 1) Coordination and Policy Setting, 2) Financing, 3) Human Resources, 4) Supply Chain Management, 5) Service Delivery and Referral, 6) Communication and Social Mobilization, 7) Supervision and Quality Assurance, and 8) Monitoring and Evaluation.
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