Frontline Workers Job Aid #1
This job aid is developed for frontline workers (Health Education Workers as well as Animal Health Workers) who are working at the community level to help community members engage with community representatives. Community representatives include, for example, elder men and women, religious leaders, teachers, traditional healers, agricultural development agents, and other relevant bodies. The job aid aims to help facilitate dialogue on how to prevent and control priority zoonotic diseases (anthrax, brucellosis, and rabies) in the community.
The job aid also provides guidance on the objective of community conversation, how to establish the dialogue group, the timing of the conversations, and where to help frontline workers initiate discussion on priority zoonotic diseases.with different sectors, community members, and influencers.
Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: October 16, 2020
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