May 14 2014


Hosted by Malaria Consortium, this webinar will share experiences and learning from the design and implementation of mHealth interventions for community health workers (CHWs) in Mozambique and Uganda under the inSCALE project. This session will focus on the collaborative process adopted by inSCALE for identifying barriers to CHWs motivation and performance, and discuss the development of acceptable and feasible solutions to these challenges. According to inSCALE's extensive research, these challenges include low motivation, under-performance, infrequent supportive supervision, and high attrition.

Speakers will be:

  • Dr. Karin Källander, Senior Research Advisor, Malaria Consortium – inSCALE aims and objectives
  • Daniel Strachan, Senior Research Associate, UCL Institute for Global Health – Formative research informing the design of sustainable and scalable mHealth interventions to improve volunteer community health worker motivation, retention and performance
  • Maureen Nakirunda, inSCALE Research Officer – Social sciences, Malaria Consortium Uganda – Process evaluation of a mHealth intervention in Uganda.

The online webinar and dialogue will take place at 3:00pm-4:00pm BST (GMT+1).

Registration information:

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