Female community health workers who were trained to become a ‘healthy entrepreneur’ showed an increased and sustained performance in the medium-term.

This study provides the first evidence that community health entrepreneurship may be a sustainable and lasting model through which to organise sexual and reproductive healthcare.

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Borst, R.A.J, Kok, M.O, Bucker, F, & Muhangi, D. (2018). A sustainable approach to providing HIV services and information at the community level. doi:10.13140/RG.2.2.28094.38723