Positive Health Outcome is Directly Proportional to the Community Participation
Asian Journal of Advanced Research and Reports,
Community participation has been a crucial part of health agenda. It has captured the attention and has especially gained its acceptance by health policy makers’ since Alma Ata Conference. Declaration of 1978 which had a significant impact on public health.
This review article comprised the studies and focused on the development of community participation and creating awareness among. And eventually bridge them with the healthcare service providers which will ease the burden from the healthcare setups and help solve the deeply rooted problems.
Information regarding community approaches and participation were retrieved through Google Scholar, PubMed, Medline and other authentic search engines.
- Community health’s
- community developments
- community participations
- community projects
How to Cite
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