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Inter-Agency Meeting on Community Therapeutic Care

CTC meeting in progress, Wahington DC.

FANTA, SC US and Concern hosted an inter-agency meeting on Community Therapeutic Care between February 28th and March 2nd, 2005 in Washington. The main aims of the meeting were to;

  1. Identify issues and challenges in imple mentation, integration and scaling up.
  2. Discuss mechanisms to ensure quality control of CTC implementation.
  3. Documentation (in a synthesis report) of issues and challenges in CTC implementation
  4. Establish a mechanism for improved, cross organizational capacity building and training.

Key findings of the meeting will be highlighted in Field Exchange 26 and a full report of the meeting will be prepared by the ENN and made available in the coming months.

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