Trainings are one of the most affected activities during this period of the COVID -19 Pandemic.
The Baby Clock is a home- based wall clock including digital alarms, key messages and images to promote optimal complementary feeding practices for children 6 – 24 months.
The clock images start from the center and work outwards depicting the following:
• Center image shows a mother and father sharing child feeding responsibilities and promotes continued breastfeeding.
• Middle images show 7 food groups which are grouped under 3 categories: Body- Building, Energy- Giving and Protective Foods.
The Feeding Chart is a home- based, poster- sized chart with images of seven food groups, age- appropriate feeding frequency and shared parenting to promote optimal complementary feeding practices for children 6 – 24 months.
The Chart incorporates a self-assessment slider painted red and green for parents and caregivers to indicate which food groups were fed to their child in one day. The Feeding Chart is divided into three sections of images and should be explained to the audience starting from left to right.
This brochure is designed and adapted from the national counseling card. All images and key messages are harmonized and tailored to the target audience.
It is meant to be used to promote complementary feeding, particularly meal frequency and diet diversity among HHs with children under 2 years. The brochure also calls out men's (fathers') attention and involvement in the daily child feeding and care, and targets mainly households with children under 5 years.
This poster is designed and adapted from the national counseling card. All images and key messages are taken from national counseling card, harmonized and tailored to the target audience.
The poster provides the following messages:
--Promotes complementary feeding, particularly meal frequency and diet diversity among HHs with children under 2 years
--Encourages men's (fathers') attention and involvement in the daily child feeding and care
--Targets mainly households with children under 5 years
This poster is meant mainly to promote compound hygiene at the household level.
It calls on the intended audience to create home "safe playspace" at their homes, to keep the compound clean to avoid contact with animal wastes and to live in a separate house with domestic animals so as they prevent their under 5 children from oro-fecal diseases and to adopt handwashing at critical times.
This flyer was conceived by the Ministry of Health in Rwanda. It was printed and disseminated by the Rwanda Biomedical Center-RBC via the HIV/AIDS and STIs Diseases Division.
This flyer was produced intending to urge citizens to know about HIV Voluntary Testing Centers in order to find out their HIV status.
This flyer provides key information on:
- Why should I go for HIV testing?
- When should I go for HIV testing?
- Why do we have HIV Voluntary Testing Centers?
This brochure summarizes the key messages on how to feed your baby from 6 up to 24 months. It targets primarily mothers / parents of babies from 6 up to 24 months of age.
It highlights and answers questions on the following topics:
- What you need to know on giving your baby complementary foods from 6 up to 24 months.
- Others useful information you need to know
- Maintaining hygiene during preparation and keeping foods
- Increase the amount of meal as your baby grow up
- Other important messages you should know
This leaflet summarizes key messages to promote exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) during the first 6 months just after birth. It provides technical and practical guidance on how to appropriately and effectively breastfeed your baby.
The primary audience are (1) pregnant mothers, (2) the mothers of children under 6 months of age, (3) male parents, (4) women in reproductive age and other key supportive community. It highlights and answers key questions on the following topics on EBF:
Developed by Society for Family Health, this poster on maternal and child health was developed based on the formative research findings. The poster focuses on the benefits of delivering at the health facility. The content was reviewed, updated, validated and approved by the members of the Health Promotion and Social Determinants Technical Working Group.