by Henry Perry
CHW Central , May 2017
The “CHW Reference Guide Summary,” presents a synopsis of the original 468-page document, Developing and Strengthening Community Health Worker Programs at Scale: A Reference Guide and Case Studies for Program Managers and Policymakers. The original CHW Reference Guide was spearheaded by Henry Perry in collaboration with 27 different subject experts who, collectively, have a formidable breadth and depth of experience and knowledge about CHW programming around the world. Originally published in May 2014, it was created in response to the rapid increase in and expansion of CHW programs in low- and middle-income countries over the past decade. CHW Central has condensed the original guide into this 49-page summary document, which contains 16 chapter summaries by experts in the field, encapsulating the key-findings from the original CHW Reference Guide.