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In 2013, the Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA), an alliance of government leaders, donors, health workers, and civil society organizations announced the intention of ‘harmonizing’ community health workers programs. This unique research defines what ‘harmonization’ should imply and then uses three criteria:
1. Coordination among development partners and other stakeholders
2. Integration into the broader health system
3. Assurance of a CHW program’s sustainability
These are then used to create an analytic framework for the harmonization of CHW programs for HIV. This analytic framework can contribute to developing a consolidated approach for CHW programs for HIV. The document can be a helpful reference for policymakers, researchers, and implementers of CHW programs for HIV.
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