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NEX 9 : Community engagement through local leadership in Yemen

By ENN on 30 January 2018

ENN’s Azaria Morgan joins Dr. Fatima AK Sallam, a Project Manager at Soul for Development and Charity Zvandaziva, a Nutrition Specialist working for UNICEF Yemen to discuss community engagement and leadership in enabling increased access to nutrition and health services. The podcast highlights the work of the Community Health Volunteers (CHVs) in pioneering the project and supporting the Village Development Committees in achieving self-sufficiency.

This podcast accompanies an article published in Nutrition Exchange 9 titled “Community engagement through local leadership: Increasing access to nutrition services in a conflict setting in Yemen”.

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