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Rwanda National Health Research Registry is an integrated database of medical research carried out in Rwanda.

The research reports that are included were analysed, presented, and approved by National Health Research Committee.

The main objective of the 2014-15 Rwanda Demographic and Health Survey (RDHS) was to obtain current information on demographic and health indicators, including family planning; maternal mortality; infant and child mortality; nutrition status of mothers and children; prenatal care, delivery, and postnatal care; childhood diseases; and pediatric immunization.

This poster, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health. provides key information on child Immunization. It emphasizes that parents are requested to immunize their children, and explains that starting from birth, a child should be immunized in accordance to the immunization programme of the Ministry of Health.

This poster, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, provides key information on balanced diet for pregnant women.

It states that a pregnant woman should eat a balanced diet in order to get all the required nutrients for herself as well as for the baby.

This poster, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, encourages exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months of a baby's life. 

This poster, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health. provides key information on the nutritional needs of a baby during its first 1000 days of iife.

It explains the importance of a balanced diet, proper breastfeeding with appropriate complementary feeding at least 3 times a day , exclusively breastfeeding during the first 6 months and Immunization. it distributed by Rwanda Biomedical Center to facilitate health providers and social behavior change communicators to conduct an outreach campaign on the importance of child care during the first 1000 days of life.

This poster was created by the Ministry of Health in Rwanda. It is disseminated in Health Centers by the Rwanda Biomedical Center through the Division responsible for ending  eliminating Tuberculosis and Leprosy in Rwanda.

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