A Guide to Conducting Step Down Training
This document explains the importance of step-down training on FP services to reduce the workload of skilled health workers and to meet the FP needs of their clients.
The guide also describes the advantages of step-down training, materials required, when to conduct the training, and eligibility criteria.
Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: November 21, 2020
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