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Community Empowerment Through Community Action Process in Rajanpur District, Punjab

The Community Action Process is a low-cost and sustainable means of supporting communities and empowering them to assess their needs and develop locally relevant solutions to issues such as the health of mothers and children. In Rajanpur District, an impoverished and remote district of Pakistan’s Punjab Province, the CAP strategy was pioneered with UNICEF support and implemented by the Lodhran Pilot Project (LPP), an NGO with several years of experience working in mother and child health care in southern Punjab. This ran from 2012 to 2013 in 12 union councils. The LPP worked to develop volunteers who led community groups to build awareness and change practices throughout their areas.

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