Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illness: Documentation of Best Practices and Bottlenecks to Program Implementation in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Publish Date: January 2012
Author: MCHIP
Language: English, French

With five years of experience (2005–2010) in a very challenging context, the DRC strategy offers a number of lessons to other countries that are interested in either implementing iCCM for the first time or expanding their current programs.

By identifying the successes and best practices of the DRC approach, by describing its weaknesses in order to correct and prevent them, and by articulating a clear vision of the future of the approach, this summary of a report on the DRC’s iCCM experience has a two-fold aim: (1) to serve as a global learning tool that other countries may adapt for their own iCCM efforts; and (2) to continue to inform strategy implementation in the DRC.

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