In an effort to see national-level health priorities implemented at the local level in Malawi, traditional leaders across the country are using by-laws both to encourage and discourage specific behaviors at the community level. To provide clarity on the community by-laws that currently exist and their perceived consequences, HP+ undertook an assessment of the use of community by-laws related to maternal and child health, family planning, and sexual and reproductive health in Malawi.
Stewart, C., A. Lipsky, and P. Mingkwan. 2020. Assessment of By-Laws Related to Maternal, Child, and Reproductive Health in Malawi. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 1676.1 kbFebruary 2020
Health Policy Plus. 2019. Assessment of Community-Level By-Laws Related to Maternal, Child, and Reproductive Health in Malawi: Summary Findings and Recommendations. Washington, DC: Palladium, Health Policy Plus.
English PDF 650.6 kbOctober 2019
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