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Para-Social Work to Address Most Vulnerable Children in Sub-Sahara Africa: A case example in Tanzania

This article describes training and utilization of para-social workers to the social service needs of children and families. These supervised para-professional community based staff and volunteers can fill gaps in serving the needs of children and families, particularly where social welfare systems are undeveloped or severely stretched. This paper presents the case study of Tanzania.

Linsk, N, Mabeyo, Z., Omari, L., Petras, D., Lubin, B., Abate, A. A., Steinitz, L., Kaijage, T., and Mason, S.
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