Determinants of Constructive Men's Engagement (CME) in Reprodutive Health in Makindu and Mutitu Sub-counties of Kenya
Learning Areas:Administration, management, leadership
Advocacy for health and health education
Conduct evaluation related to programs, research, and other areas of practice
Planning of health education strategies, interventions, and programs
Public health or related public policy
Systems thinking models (conceptual and theoretical models), applications related to public health
Describe individual, programmatic and health system determinants of Constructive Men's Engagement (CME) in Reproductive Health. Identify potential ways to enhance Constructive Men's Engagement (CME) in Reproductive Health within low income populations.
Keyword(s): Reproductive Health, Men’s Health
Qualified on the content I am responsible for because: I was the principal investigator for this study as part of my PhD thesis. Further, I have designed, implemented and evaluated community health programs in Africa for over 15 years with a focus on enhancing Constructive Men's Engagement (CME) for optimal health outcomes. I currently oversee 8 integrated maternal and child health projects spanning over 15 counties, besides supervising Masters and Doctorate students at the School of Public Health, Kenyatta University.
Any relevant financial relationships? No
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