Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/39951
Title: Video voice Zambia
Keywords: HEALTH PERSONNEL
TRAINING
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
AUDIOVISUAL AIDS
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATION
HEALTH SERVICES
ZAMBIA
Date: 2009
Publisher: IDRC, Ottawa, ON, CA
Abstract: This six-minute video details how nurses, community members, and District Health Management Team (DHMT) staff received camera- and computer-training with the goal of introducing video as a tool for accountability and evaluative thinking within the Zambian Health System. For some, it was the first time they had ever used both a camera and a computer. The "Video Voice Zambia" project works in-step with the Equity Gauge Zambia. Led by CHESSORE (a Zambian NGO based in Lusaka and run by Dr. TJ Ngulube), this project has been supported since 2006 by Research Matters and IDRC's Evaluation Unit.
Description: A collaboration of CHESSORE, Research matters and the Evaluation Unit of IDRC.
Project Number: 103244
Project Title: Video-Voice Project (Zambia)
Access: Open Access
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