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Stakeholder engagement and community health data in Sierra Leone
Community Health Workers (CHWs) are essential to building robust health systems and their meaningful involvement is a prerequisite to achieving the sustainable development goals.
This abstract was submitted for the Symposium on Community Health Workers and Their Contribution Towards the Sustainable Development Goals held in Kampala, Uganda in February 2017.
The paper's topic was: "Can stakeholder engagement with community-level health data improve performance of volunteer CHWs? An experience from the slums of Freetown, Sierra Leone".