In June 2001, ADRA implemented a polio eradication program as part of its Integrated Community-based Family Health Program in Kavre and Rasuwa districts. This study assesses the effectiveness of district level training given to health workers and of community mobilization under the program. The study examines the impact of the mass publicity and ADRA’s logistical support to NID and EPI in the target areas. The study identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the program from the perspective of the various stakeholders and communities involved. The study also makes general recommendations in relation to strategies and approaches which could be used to improve the program in the future.
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