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Factors Influencing Performance Of Community Health Workers On Hiv Services Delivery In Muleba District Council, Tanzania
Background: Community health workers (CHW) are one approach to addressing the health workforce crisis in developing countries. Muleba DC uses Community Outreach Volunteers (COVs) that are Adolescent Girls and Young Women (AGYW COVs), as Community Health Workers (CHW) in delivering Human Immunodeficiency (HIV) Testing Services (HTS) in the community. There has not been any study after CHW training to assess their performance. This study provided insight on factors influencing CHWs performance on HTS and prevention services in Muleba Tanzania. Methods: Thirteen Key Informant Interviews (KIIs) were conducted with 13 Community Health Workers (CHWs) with an age range of 20 -27 years in May 2021.
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