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These guides are designed for use in small group situations where one or more people are literate and confident enough to lead others in group discussion. They aim to provide material for discussion around a subject either in isolation or as part of a regular group meeting; for example of farmers, literacy trainees or Mothers Union members.

These guides are designed for use in small group situations where one or more people are literate and confident enough to lead others in group discussion. They aim to provide material for discussion around a subject either in isolation or as part of a regular group meeting; for example of farmers, literacy trainees or women’s group members.

This guide that explains how mHealth serves newborn health through referral and tracking of mothers and infants, decision support for CHWs, CHW supervision, scheduling and tracking postpartum and postnatal visits, and teaching and counseling for mothers and families. 

This table outlines some of the facilitation techniques that can be used in small or large group meetings. In most cases an experienced facilitator would be needed to guide the process.
 
The techniques described include the following:

This toolkit comprises guidance for advocates on how to design, implement, and capture the results of an evidence-based, locally-driven advocacy strategy. It presents a focused advocacy approach, which hones in on the key decision maker and policy change that have the highest potential for impact.

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