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Monitoring community mobilisation and organisational capacity among high-risk groups in a large-scale HIV prevention programme in India: selected findings using a Community Ownership and Preparedness Index
Journal of Epidemiology and Community Health
In a participatory approach to health and development interventions, defining and measuring community mobilisation is important, but it is challenging to do this effectively, especially at scale. Methods A cross-sectional, participatory monitoring tool was administered in 2008e2009 and 2009e2010 across a representative sample of 25 community-based groups (CBGs) formed under the Avahan India AIDS Initiative, to assess their progress in mobilisation, and to inform efforts to strengthen the groupsdoi:10.1136/jech-2012-201065 pmid:22766780 fatcat:gnpzjivl45auriibf6eovfsqye