In Guinea, Breakthrough ACTION found that community health agents often worked in siloes, with limited collaboration among these health agents and community members. By speaking with providers, community health volunteers, and community members themselves, the project learned there is a deep desire to learn from one another and collaborate, but a limited understanding of how to do so. Breakthrough ACTION’s solutions sought to increase motivation, ability, and opportunity to take part in systematic collaboration mechanisms with the goal of supporting healthier communities. This Guinea Health Service Delivery Spotlight provides an overview of how Breakthrough ACTION applied the SBC Flow Chart to develop these solutions.
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