Multisectoral development for improved health outcomes: evaluation of community-based initiatives in the Islamic Republic of Iran
ResumenCommunity-based initiatives [CBI] are based on integrated multisectoral socioeconomic development with community participation and intersectoral support to improve the health and quality of life of the people. During 2005-06 the World Health Organization supported an evaluation of CBI in the Islamic Republic of Iran by collecting information from intervention villages on social capital and other indicators, with validation of the findings. The data showed some positive changes in the intervention areas compared with control villages. The evaluation suggests that the CBI approach is a useful tool for improving health and social indicators and providing mechanisms for community-based participation and intersectoral collaboration for health and development at the local level
Sheikh, M.R., Afzal, M.M., Ali, S.Z., Hussain, A. & Shehzadi, R. (2010). Multisectoral development for improved health outcomes: evaluation of community-based initiatives in the Islamic Republic of Iran. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/118059
EMHJ - Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal, 16 (12), 1231-1236, 2010
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