This guidance document is based on the joint work of the Vienna Evaluation Unit and Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) OCBA during the last years. Their joint focus is pointed towards raising awareness of the importance of medical anthropology as an additional and alternative tool for better understanding of perceptions of health and disease. Therefore this guidance document aims at enhancing the work of the field teams when approaching and searching community involvement.
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