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Published on Jan 23, 2020
Female Community Health Volunteers are health workers who provide essential health services and information to their communities. Female Community Health Volunteers act as a bridge between community members and local health facilities by promoting the use of services and providing referrals.
Female Community Health Volunteers improve community members’ knowledge of issues related to maternal and infant health by conducting workshops at Mothers Groups, and providing individual health check-ups and counseling. In Nepal there are nearly 50,000 Female Community Health Volunteers. They play a vital role in addressing poor maternal and infant health outcomes. HealthBridge Foundation of Canada and International Nepal Fellowship (Nepal) are supporting Female Community Health Volunteers in two Rural Municipalities of Banke District as part of a maternal, newborn and child health project. To learn more, please visit healthbridge.ca