This is part of a video series on malaria. In this video, viewers see service providers urging patients to adhere to their chosen method of family planning, and at the same time addresses misinformation about the causes of malaria. Also included is information about preventing malaria, malaria treatment, and community engagement.
This is part of a video series on malaria. The video addresses malaria prevention, treatment, and effects of malaria on children.
This video, part of a series of videos about malaria, addresses behavior of both men and women in combatting malaria. It also shows men and women taking part in planning their families.
This video, part of a series of videos about malaria, shows treatment practices at the village level. It also addresses the negative socio-economic effect of malaria on the family. In addition, the video addresses family planning and community engagement in malaria prevention.
This video is part of a series on malaria. It highlights measures communities must take to prevent malaria. It also addresses the various treatment stages and the impact of malaria on children.
This sticker, produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health, provides information on the importance of a child's first 1000 days, focusing on stunting prevention.
This poster was produced by the Rwanda Ministry of Health. It provides infomration about child feeding during a baby's first 1000 days.
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.