Katushabe is a passionate storyteller and communications specialist with over nine years of experience designing and implementing communication strategies with national and international development organisations, to contribute to health system strengthening. She leads teams in content creation (writing and photography), media relations, facilitating trainings, digital media management, and supporting programmes to design BCC messages in different social cultural settings. Katushabe has a master’s degree in International Social Development.
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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