How to mobilize communities for health and social change.

Howard-Grabman L; Snetro G
Baltimore, Maryland, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Center for Communication Programs, Health Communication Partnership [HCP], [2003]. xii, 264 p. (USAID Grant No. GPH-A-00-02-00008-00)

This field guide has been designed to be used by health program directions and mangers of community-based programs who are considering using community mobilization to improve health at the individual, family, and community level. It may also be useful for directors and technicians in governmental and nongovernmental organizations committed to community health, such as churches, universities, philanthropists, and donors. No prior community mobilization experience is require to use the field guide, but any experience that you have will enhance your understanding. The field guide contains illustrative examples and lessons learned in community mobilization experiences from around the world, focusing on working with disadvantaged or marginalized groups in developing countries. The characteristics of each country and each region are very different, so the field guide does not recommend a unique strategy for community mobilization but offers instead general principles and methods which will need to be adapted to local settings and conditions. (excerpt)

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