BESAKOA, MADAGASCAR - APRIL 9:
Claudia Rasolomamy, a community health worker in Besakoa, enters the consultation room to talk to Dr. Jean Rangomana between patient appointments during the Marie Stopes International mobile clinic in Besakoa, Madagascar on April 9, 2018. He estimated that he would see at least 50 women seeking family planning during the clinic that day. Community health workers inform their communities about the services provided by the mobile clinics and help explain to women why family planning and reproductive health are important in the weeks prior to the mobile clinic's arrival. They also help Marie Stopes International gauge the demand for services in rural communities like this one, so the organization can try to meet the demand.
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