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Table 2 Summary of barriers and facilitators for the successful implementation of community-based newborn possible serious bacterial infection management in Debre Libanos District, North Shoa zone, Oromia regional state, Ethiopia, 2019

From: Exploration of facilitators of and barriers to the community-based service utilization for newborn possible serious bacterial infection management in Debre Libanos District, Ethiopia: descriptive qualitative study

Major themesCategories
Community-related facilitators and barriersCommunities’ perception towards newborn illness: Perception of no treatment
Communities’ perception towards newborn illness: Perception of non-severity and self-resolution
Belief on the healing power of traditional medicines
Awareness about the availability of the service at the health post
Socio-cultural and religious beliefs.
Health system-related facilitators and barriersEquipped human resource
Shortage of Health extension workers
Supervision, monitoring, and evaluation of activities
The functionality of health developmental army
Residence of health extension workers
Health workers commitment
Availability of logistics [medical supplies and job aids]
Budget constraint