Contact Tracing by Community Health Workers in Low-Resource, Non-US Settings
This document provides information on how community health workers (CHWs) can support contact tracing efforts related to COVID-19 in low resource and resource-limited non-U.S. settings. The considerations provided can be adapted to follow national or local guidelines and account for local context.
This document is intended for CDC country offices, Ministries of Health (MoH), subnational public health authorities, and other implementing partners in low resource and limited-resource non-U.S. settings. Local stakeholders can be engaged in the planning and decision-making process by providing feedback on proposed roles for CHWs.
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- Lessons for Health Program Monitoring and Evaluation in a Low Resource Setting
- Informing Social and Behavior Change Programs using Social Listening and Social Monitoring
- Budget Friendly M&E: Five Survival Tips for Reporting in Tough Economic Times
- Using Routinely Collected Data for Monitoring and Evaluating Social and Behavior Change Programs
- Evaluation on a Shoestring Budget
- Are Messaging Apps and Emoji-Driven M&E a Game-Changing Innovation?
December 6, 2020