Care Group Presentation
This presentation describes Care Groups: How they are formed, how they are used to cut child deaths and the results we have seen in using them. The URL is: This presentation describes Care Groups.
Narrated Presentation: Care Groups / Barrier Analysis (BA) /
Care Group Health Promotion Program Video
Care Groups are peer-based health promotion programs that can quickly and effectively improve health behaviors and outcomes in low-resource communities. In empowering mothers and local leaders, the Care Group model demonstrates that high-impact solutions to childhood malnutrition and illness can be simple, low-cost, and community-derived.
Webinar: Providing Technical Support Visits in the field for CareGroups
In this webinar we discussed some of the common problems experienced with Care Groups by staff, common misconceptions about the model and several ideas for what to look for during a support field visit.
Incorporating Responsive Feeding Messages and Activities into Care Group Modules in Guatemala
This pilot project tested the feasibility of incorporating messages on infant feeding and behavior cues in order to improve breastfeeding and complementary feeding using the Care Group Model in current nutrition programming in Alta Verapaz, Guatemala.
Care Groups Implementation: challenges and solutions in diverse communities in India- WV Experiences
World Vision India has been implementing a country-wide technical program to reduce malnutrition and childhood illness from October 2015 ending September 2020. This program model has been implemented in 9 blocks (sub-division of districts) spread across four states ie. Odisha, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh and Telengana.
Training Care Groups on Sexual and Gender-Based Violence in Rural Niger
Major gender inequalities exist in Niger; physical violence against women is ubiquitous. Training on sexual and gender-based violence (SGBV) was integrated into a pre-existing care group program in rural Niger providing cascading training on infant and young child feeding and maternal and child health to 5,000 women and men.