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close this bookTraining Manual in Combatting Childhood Communicable Diseases Part I (Peace Corps, 1985, 579 pages)
close this folderModule 3: Community analysis and involvement
View the documentBehavioral objectives
Open this folder and view contentsSession 9: Deciding what to learn about the community
Open this folder and view contentsSession 10: Methods for learning about the community
View the documentSession 11: Learning about the community
View the documentSession 12: Community analysis
Open this folder and view contentsSession 13: Survey and disease surveillance
Open this folder and view contentsSession 14: Working with the community
Open this folder and view contentsSession 15: Working as a counterpart

Behavioral objectives

By the end of the training, participants will be able to:

1. Plan and implement a local community investigation and analysis that includes:

- gathering information on at least two subsystems of the community using the KEEPHRAH Model as a basis

- use of at least three information-gathering techniques identified and practiced during Sessions 9 and 10, and

- group discussion of the relationship between the health subsystem and the other subsystems of the community.

2. Define the terms survey and surveillance as described in Session 13 and explain the types and usefulness of information that can be gathered by these two systems.

3. In a simulated problematic community situation, correctly describe at least three techniques to motivate community participation as discussed in Session 14.

4. Identify potential job-related and interpersonal problems associated with working as a counterpart, and develop a solution to at least one of those problems using a problem solving model.