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Table 5 Relevant stakeholders identified across the three countries

From: Strengthening scaling up through learning from implementation: comparing experiences from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Uganda

  Afghanistan Bangladesh Uganda
Community level Local community leaders and health councils – support for the scorecard programme Village doctors – main target of intervention Village health workers (village health teams) involved in implementing the intervention
Local NGOs that helped to implement the project Villagers, as users of the proposed mHealth technologies Health facility staff, including officers in charge
   Savings groups, involved in helping households save for deliveries
District and provincial level Provincial Public Health Directors important in terms of coordination and providing support to facilities   District local councils, district health officers and sub-county councils
National Community-based Health Care Department at Ministry of Public Health, which became the champion for the community scorecards Technical Advisory Group for ICT in health (formed by ICDDR,B during 2014) Ministry of Health, especially the Reproductive Health Division and the Planning Department
Private sector actors   Private for-profit firm that initially provided the call centre service  
  Other projects and companies running mHealth interventions in the same regions