|Community Monitoring in Health Resources for the Practitioner|
Building block two clearly explained that:
• Mobilisation of disadvantaged sections is important in the community monitoring process.
• Community mobilisation involves increasing the capacity of the community on various issues and concerns of health, health rights though certain steps.
• How information on health rights and entitlements can be disseminated amongst community though mediums like pamphlets, skits, plays posters etc.
• It is an intensive process and it may require multiple visits for familiarization, developing rapport and group building so that overall objective of building ownership about public health service can be achieved.