How will community members be involved?
An important principle of primary health care is community participation in decision-making. Projects can faciltate this through community representatives on Project Advisory Comittees, through consultations and feedback throughout the life of the project.
Will you need a Reference Group?
If so, who will need to be involved?
A Reference Group, Advisory Group or Steering Committee should include a range of people who can contribute to your project. Include members with expertise or experience that supplements that of the project team. Think about how many members you will need. Too many can make meetings difficult to manage and decisions hard to reach.
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