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CORE Group extends its thanks to Otsuka for being a Spring Meeting 2013 Bronze Sponsor. With the generous support of sponsors like Otsuka, CORE Group welcomed 271 participants to collaborate and learn about capacity building for health and well-being around the world.

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CORE Group extends its thanks to K4Health for being a Spring Meeting 2013 Bronze Sponsor. With the generous support of sponsors like K4Heath, CORE Group welcomed 271 participants to collaborate and learn about capacity building for health and well-being around the world.

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CORE Groups vision is a world of healthy communities, where no mother or child dies of preventable causes. We work towards this vision by bringing together our 50+ member organizations and network of partners to generate collaborative action and learning to improve and expand community-focused public health practices for underserved populations around the world.

The Principles of Practice outlined in this document are intended as a framework for advocacy, programming and partnership between implementing NGOs, government and donor agencies working with key CHW cadres in countries for which rapid and urgent scale-up of CHW program is a priority. They aim to guide NGOs to work with existing health structures through strong, long-term partnerships. They address CHW program issues such as competitive and duplicative working strategies, diverse incentives, parallel services, and diversity in supervision and reporting, among others.

This manual is a guide for non-governmental organizations carrying out child health programs to assess under-five mortality rates and evaluate programs using the CARE Group Model. By following this manuals methodology to establish a Mortality Assessment for Health …

Our Working Groups operate as communities of practice by sharing information, experience, and ideas; generating new knowledge; and testing technical innovationsall the while networking and honing cilitation and leadership skills. We also support several interest groups to build knowledge and capacity around emerging topics like non-communicable diseases, and mental health.

CORE Group extends its thanks to Philips Healthcare for being a Spring Meeting 2013 Gold Sponsor. With the generous support of sponsors like Philips Healthcare, CORE Group welcomed 271 participants to collaborate and learn about capacity building for health and well-being around the world.

CORE Group increases the ease and pace of community health implementation by developing evidence-based tools,new york asian escorts best practices, and resources that our Members, Associates, and partners use to reach more than 720 million people in 180 countries annually. We support professional development and create partnerships that increase the impact and sustainability of maternal and child health programs worldwide.

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CORE Group helps NGOs and governments effectively reach the community level, integrate community strategies into the national health plan, and respond to new and emerging health issues that arise so that preventable deaths from diseases like pneumonia and measles can be reduced.

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May 31, 2013CORE Groups Community Child Health Working Group, in collaboration with World Vision International, have created the CHW Principles of Practice: Guiding Principles for non-governmental organizations and their partners for coordinated national scale-up of community health worker programs . The document builds on the experience, knowledge and best practices of CORE Groups Community Health Network including those organizations that have worked the CHW-AIM tool, and reflects comments received during the CORE Group Community Health Networks 2013 spring meeting. The document also reflects principles being developed by the Global Health Workforce Alliance for countries.

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May 13, 2013Presentations and other resources, Core including the meeting report from the CORE Group Spring Meeting 2013 are now available online. This year CORE Group welcomed 271 participants from 98 organiCore CORE Groupzations and 10 countries at the meeting held in Baltimore, MD. CORE Group hosted two pre-meeting workshops, six plenary sessions, 23 concurrent technical sessions, 18 powerbreakst tables, 16 Working Group gatherings, 9 lunchtime roundtables, one reception and a host of ad hoc gatherings.

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