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Community-Level Management of Unclassified Fever

Community-Level Management of Unclassified Fever

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TRAction is currently funding a research study in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) to explore the safety of a systematic versus conditional 3-day follow up visit by a community health worker (CHW)  for children with uncomplicated fever.

Community-Level Management of Unclassified Fever

TRAction is leading the way in researching the safety and efficacy of a new strategy for managing unclassified fever in children at the community level.  The purpose of the research is to explore the safety of a systematic versus conditional 3-day follow up visit by a community health worker (CHW)  for children with uncomplicated fever. There is limited evidence on which of the two interventions is safer for the child.

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