Impact of a Community Health Worker Home Visit Intervention on Child Development in South Africa: A Cluster-Randomized Controlled Trial

By PC Rockers  J Leppänen  A Tarullo  Lezanie Coetzee  DH Hamer  A Yousafzai  Dr. Denise Evans  |  | 

A strong body of evidence demonstrates that the negative impacts of early adversity on child development in low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) can be mitigated through appropriate early-life intervention. However, important questions remain around how to effectively integrate home-based interventions for children into existing public service platforms in order to deliver them at scale.

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