USAID defines resilience as “the ability of people, households, communities, countries and systems to mitigate, adapt to and recover from shocks and stresses in a manner that reduces chronic vulnerability and facilitates inclusive growth.” This concept may play a significant role in development strategies for years to come as it promises to provide a solution […]
This project sought to enhance the extent to which support by partners in the nutrition sector is sustainably strengthening the Nutrition system and more widely the health sector in Kenya. CHC, through a consultative process, enabled UNICEF to identify What Works and what were the bottlenecks to integrating nutrition into the health system and strengthening […]
CHC developed a training and resource pack for USAID funded Wash Plus project Uganda led by FHI 360. The overall objective of the Resource Pack is to facilitate the training of village health teams (VHTs), community knowledge workers (CKWs), peer support groups (PSGs), and other outreach workers on how they can help household and community […]
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