Way forward on LCI Advocacy activities

To enable the newly elected community representatives to fully play their expected roles, a series of district workshops will be organized to train them on their roles and responsibilities, resources mobilization, self-advocacy etc. They will also be provided with tools that will cause them to better run basic health care activities. CBCHS will use the data generated from these activities to set metrics of functioning of health dialogue structures and continue to collaborate with the State to offer its support for the optimization of the functioning of local health systems

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