Community healthcare workers (CHWs) play an important role in health care in South Africa. In recent years, they have emerged as an essential team member in the work field to bridge the gap in the health workforce.
Although their role is recognized, CHWs still face specific challenges at the workplace. Several reports show the need for training, support and supervision of CHWs.
This project focuses on the particular needs of these local volunteers to promote healthcare in South Africa.
It aims to:
- Support CHWs through interprofessional learning with undergraduate students
- Support CHWs to collaborate in an interprofessional team at the workplace.
Livestock production in the greater Horn of Africa contributes to a considerable percentage of the National GDPs. However, livestock production in this region faces a great number of challenges during production, key amongst which is the occurrence of viral livestock disease, with Foot-and-Mouth disease (FMD) topping this list. According to FAO, FMD is one of the most important livestock diseases posing a great economic threat as a result of direct and indirect economic losses. The KEET-FMD project aims at:
Olive Tengera, University of Rwanda
Leo Van Audenhove (Vrije Universiteit Brussel)
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