Allan has over 10 years of experience in the health sector, designing, implementing and evaluating social impact programs. Some of his previous assignments include shaping private sector markets to expand access to essential child medicines, supporting Ministry of Health to introduce and integrate new family planning commodities into the national supply chain system, and leading capacity building efforts for grassroots service delivery partners on logistics management. In his present role, he develops and rolls out relevant tools, processes and systems to drive performance and effectiveness of the community health workforce.
Community health workers (CHWs) used digital health technology to advance access to family planning care at the community level. CHWs are a critical component of any strategy to bring health services closer to people. The ...
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