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Walk the Talk – VHVs receive EOC support

During the month of June, 11 female Village Health Volunteers (VHV) in the Manawete and Dudi CMCA Trust regions in Western Province received a follow-up visit from the CMCA Middle and South Fly Health Services Development Program (CMSFHP). The VHVs were initially trained by CMSFHP in 2015 and 2016, and the purpose of this visit, by CMSFHP’s Essential and Emergency Obstetrics Care (EOC) Clinical

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Village Health Volunteer “Training of Trainers”

The Village Health Volunteer (VHV) Training of Trainers (TOT), held from 3-14 March 2014, was organized by the CMCA Middle and South Fly Health Program (CMSFHP) and the National Department of Health provided specialise facilitators. The goal of the ten day training was to train health workers and community members as trainers of Village Health Volunteers. The intention is that each participant will return

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