Level of Connectedness Motivation Resource Table

Toolkits/Guidance ResourcesSelect Literature
Connectedness to Health Facilities

  1. Mobile Technologies and Community Case Management: Solving the Last Mile in Health Care Delivery. Frog, UNICEF
  2. Developing and Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs at Scale A Reference Guide for Program Managers and Policy Makers, Chapter 11, MCHIP
  3. inSCALE Uganda and Mozambique: CHWs receive phones with which they can send their weekly reports, receive immediate automated feedback on performance and access a closed user group with their supervisors in order to increase communication and support

  1. Integrated Community Case Management: Findings from Senegal, The Democratic Republic of the Congo and Malawi. A Synthesis Report. September 2013, MCHIP. 
  2. Ghana: Improving Motivation and Job Satisfaction Among Frontline Community Health Workers. Concern Worldwide. 
Connectedness to Communities

  1. Community Health Worker Code of Ethics. Scott J.,  Dunning, L.  Harrison Institute of Public Law at the Georgetown University Law Center, American Association of Community Health, 2008
  2. Strengthening Health Worker-Community Interactions through Health Literacy and Participatory Approaches
  3. inSCALE Uganda uses a community engagement process called Village Health Clubs with CHWs at the center to facilitate communities and CHWs in solving child health problems

  1. Building Community Capacity in Malaria Control. Case study. PMI, MCHIP. November, 2013.  

Connectedness to Supervisors and Peers

  1. Situation Behavior Impact demonstrative video 
  2. PSI IPC Toolkit – Supervision and Feedback Chapter

  1. Initial Experiences and innovations in supervising community health workers for maternal, newborn and child health in the Morogoro region in Tanzania. T. Roberton et al. Human Resources for Health. 2015 13:19 
  2. Taking Knowledge for Health the Extra Mile: Participatory Evaluation of a Mobile Phone Intervention for Community Health Workers in Malawi. Global Health Science and Practice 2014: Volume 2, Number 1.