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Journal of Biodiversity, Bioprospecting and Development

ISSN: 2376-0214

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Climate Change 2019 : Extended Abstract Title: Community health worker Model (CHW) for Health Care Delivery and Environment Programs focused on CHW Initiatives

Abstract

Muskaan Chhibber

Community Health workers are equipped with the tools and resources necessary to bring about a change in the form of a rapid chain reaction. The CHW Model focuses on the practices, strategies, plans and implementation techniques needed to organize a Community Health event based on diverse agendas: health, environment and minorities. This model encompasses past experiences as a guide with tested strategies to assist future health interns with ground framework and resources to showcase the importance of adopting healthy and environment friendly practices.
The basic outline of the program is based on data collected from twenty community health events in Illinois. These events included back to the school fairs, cleanliness drives and health camps. As community health workers can help in implementing better practices in the masses through one-on-one interactions, this model of CHW programs would outline event organization tips, predicted outcomes, targeted audience and required material templates. The next phase of this model highlights utilizing the data and experience from these events to report to the health ministries of different countries for incorporation of the proposed practices in their health agendas and policies.
This model, if implemented unanimously could bring about a revolution in the arena of health workers. They will be assisted at each step, will establish connections with health workers globally and share their health and environment based agendas to collaborate and organize important events. This model envisions a strong established network of CHW, display of their agenda and creation of a ripple effect throughout the society by the means of these programs.
Note : This Work is Partially Presented at 6th Global summit on Climate Change was held on October 21-22, 2019 Amsterdam, Netherlands

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