This best practice training model is for the community based health worker (MARVI) with Client Centered Approach (CCA). The trained MARVIs provide primary healthcare services in their respective communities.
The objectives of this training are to:
- Provide basic curative, preventive and promotive healthcare to the community.
- Train and ensure the availability of reliable healthcare providers in the community.
- Create a referral link between formal health facility and the community.
Classroom sessions, in-house interactive lectures, individual assignments, group work, simulations, presentations, brainstorming sessions, discussions, exposure visits to relevant sites and community based assignments.
Basic anatomy of human body, antenatal, postnatal care, danger signs during antenatal and postnatal period, family planning, three delays, referral, demand creation for social marketing products (health and family planning products), health education through women support group, essential medicines, Management Information System (MIS), exposure visits and practical work in the community/field work.
10 days and 06 days