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Child Health Task Force Webinar: Community Health Worker Experiences and Perceptions - Shared screen with speaker view
Simon Berry (ORSZCA)
21:35
Hello everyone. Simon Berry here from the ORS/Zinc Co-pack Alliance https://orszco-pack.org (joining from the UK)
Dyness Kasungami
21:41
Welcome everyone and thank you for joining the webinar. I am Dyness Kasungami from JSI, the Secretariat of the CH Task Force in DC.
Sita Strother
22:07
Thank you all for joining! Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat.
Maryjane Lacoste
22:57
Hello everyone, Maryjane Lacoste, Senior Global Technical Director for MNCH/FP with IntraHealth
Patricia Jodrey
23:06
Hi, this atricia Jodrey, USAID Child Health Team Lead
Maureen Momanyi
23:41
Hi all! Maureen Momanyi, Community Health Lead, UNICEF HQ
Malia Boggs
23:47
Hi everyone. Malia Boggs, USAID Senior Technical Advisor for Child Health
Methodius Okouzi
24:21
Dr. Methodius Okouzi From PMI-S USAID project, Nigeria.
Ashley Riley
25:01
Ashley Riley - Malaria Program Officer at Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Ekenakema Osemwekha
25:37
Hi Everyone, I am Osemwekha Ekenakema - iCCM Technical Advisor, PMI-S
Kenneth Muko
26:05
Kenneth Muko; Medicines For Humanity
Nonde Chama
27:05
Hi everyone!I am Nonde ChamaCommunity Health SpecialistUNICEF Zambia
RUTH NABWIRE
27:15
Hello Everyone,Ruth Nabwire, iCCM Coordinator, Ministry of Health, Uganda
Amina Issa
28:00
Hi all, am Amina Issa from IRC - Child Health Officer - especially ICCM
Michael Galatsch
28:37
Hi everyone, I am Michael Galatsch from the Global Child Health group from the Witten/Herdecke University Witten/Herdecke
Edson Dembo
29:47
Edson Dembo, Senior Malaria Advisor, USAID/Malawi
Paul Psychas
30:46
Thank you Travis and PATH for sharing your valuable findings, and to Anne for facilitating. Paul Psychas, PMI/Zambia Resident Advisor (CDC)
Anne Linn
32:16
Please feel free to note questions in the chat now as they arise or to wait until the Q&A section to express them verbally
kathleen wetzel apltauer
33:24
Looking forward to the slides and reading the papers. Please do share links! Kathleen Wetzel Apltauer, Independent Evaluation Consultant - Poverty, health & human development, Adjunct Associate Professor, NYU-Wagner & NYU Center for Global Affairs
kathleen wetzel apltauer
38:26
I performed a similar evaluation of CHWs in Uganda in 2012 and found similar barriers to CHW activity - transportation and rain gear being the top request for help
Wirngo Bill
40:39
Please can you say why you felt there could be a difference in satisfaction btween men and women.
Wirngo Bill
41:29
Was age assessed as an determinant of performance?
Blaise Kouadio
41:57
What are the key reasons of lack of supply at community level?
Patricia Jodrey
42:39
In the score you used, was it still from 1-5? or what were the upper and lower limits?
Amina Issa
43:49
are CHWs part of the MOH?
Sita Strother
44:32
@Kathleen yes we will share the presentation and recording with everyone who registered! The resources will be posted here on the Task Force website: https://www.childhealthtaskforce.org/events
Laura Steinhardt
47:38
Is the active case detection reactive, in that CHWs are supposed to visit households of diagnosed cases? Or do they conduct some sort of other active case detection? Thanks.
Blaise Kouadio
50:37
How the local government is involved in monetary incentive?
Jane Miller
50:50
Great presentation- thank you Travis. Did any of the CHWs show any interest in getting ITNs as an incentive or to distribute them in these communities? Janee Miller, PMI VectorLink
Blaise Kouadio
51:22
Great presentation. Thank you Travis
kathleen wetzel apltauer
51:34
thank you very much!
Rose Zulliger
51:35
Can you speak a bit about how you think these data might be generalizable to other settings within and outside of this study in Zambia?
Amina Issa
51:44
Great presentations
Maryjane Lacoste
51:45
Thank you, very informative.
Dyness Kasungami
52:15
Thanks for sharing these results. Zambia has a paid CHW cadre - community health assistants, did you consider the interaction between the paid and unpaid CHWs as a factor in motivation? Good to hear about high rates of supervision- who does the supervision in this case- project or MoH?
Ekenakema Osemwekha
52:25
Great and insightful presentation. Thank you
Prudence Hamade
52:33
Do the CHWs in Zambia only treat children under five with malaria or all age groups
Nonde Chama
53:52
Was an analysis done based on the geographical location of the CHWs e.g. rural and urban
Patricia Jodrey
55:17
Did these CHWs only work on malaria? or do they see other cases in children?
Amina Issa
01:04:11
is there plan to add other components of iCCM in the future or this is a malaria program only
Amina Issa
01:05:45
for example pneumonia and diarrhea treatments, nutrition screen and newborn assessment?
Anne Linn
01:12:46
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Patricia Jodrey
01:12:56
Thanks very much for this interesting presentation
novoa keila
01:12:58
Thank very much I have to leave for a another meeting.
Anne Linn
01:13:06
https://jsi.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJItcO2ppj0sGtL3r9IZgZvMccnheQMyKN0g
Megan Christensen
01:13:32
Excellent! Thank you for all of the efforts in pulling this together-
Sita Strother
01:13:59
You can email childhealthtaskforce@jsi.com to join the advisory committee
Amina Issa
01:14:03
thank you, great presentation.
kathleen wetzel apltauer
01:14:41
i have another meeting and must run, but thank you again for arranging and delivering the presentation