Divide the group into two:
health workers and civil society. The health workers can only
go onto cards with green mark with someone from civil society.
The civil society group can only go on circles with red marks
if they go with a health worker. Try with the health workers
alone. Can they cross the river? Try with civil society alone.
Can they cross?
Can health workers and civil
society cross together?
What does this tell you?
- Can the health sector or civil
society address major health problems without each other?
- If they need each other to
succeed, how can the links be strengthened?
- What civil society organizations
exist that can work with the health sector on the major public
health problem you have chosen?
If you feel that health
sector-civil society partnerships are needed for health, then
let us continue to examine some of the other aspects of this
partnership in health systems.