People's Community Clinic: collaboration in the Third World.
A West African government undertook to improve primary health care (PHC) training of mid-level health workers. In partnership with a neighboring squatter settlement, the premiere local training institution created a community-sponsored clinic, providing low-cost, PHC services, and a birthing center, as well as student experiences. Their collaboration in mobilization, research, planning and operations are described. Their success should encourage other educational and training institutions to consider a similar approach.
Acceptance Process . Africa . Africa South Of The Sahara . Behavior . Community Financing . Community Health Services . Community Participation . Decision Making . Delivery Of Health Care . Developing Countries . Economic Factors . Education . Faculty . Fees . Field Report . Financial Activities . Foreign Aid . Health . Health Facilities . Health Facility Planning . Health Services . Health Services Administration . Health Surveys . Logistics . Management . Obstacles . Organization And Administration . Outpatient Clinic . Primary Health Care . Public Health . Sanitation . Schools . Schools, Nursing . Training Activities . Training Programs . Training Technics . Western Africa.
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