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A Guide For Use of the Mother-Child Protection Card
for the community and the family, Anganwadi Worker, Auxiliary Nurse Midwife & Sector Supervisors

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WHO Reproductive Health Publications

Managing newborn problems: A guide for doctors, nurses and midwives
More information/full text

Pregnancy, childbirth, postpartum and newborn care - a guide for essential practice
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Managing complications in pregnancy and childbirth
More information/full text  | Español - Français

Sexually transmitted and other reproductive tract infections - A guide to essential practice
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Guidelines for the management of sexually transmitted infections
More information/full text  | Español - Français - Portuguese


Breastfeeding Resources

Breastfeeding the first 6 months of life
Advantages of Breastfeeding
Weaning a critical time for diarrhoea transmission

Breastfeeding - What's New

Facts for Feeding

Frequently Asked Questions

Complementary Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding and HIV

Health Basics insert: Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding: helping to reduce the severity of diarrhoea
Breastfeeding in emergencies
Breastfeeding prevents infection
Breastfeeding promotion: the right start
Breastfeeding twins
Congratulations to the mothers
Exclusive breastfeeding (letter)
Exclusive breastfeeding
Extra drinks are unnecessary
Help for breastfeeding mothers
How to feed a baby who cannot breastfeed
How to help a woman to re-establish lactation
'I do not have enough milk.'
Passport to life: breastmilk banking in India
Perspectives on human milk banking
Portugal: rediscovering breastfeeding
Promoting breastfeeding in urban communities
Promoting the benefits of breastfeeding
Training health care workers to counsel breastfeeding mothers
WHO study
Women, work and breastfeeding
Zealous promotion of breastfeeding is not the answer (letter)


Diarrhoea Resources

Clinical Management of Acute Diarrhoea - WHO/UNICEF Joint Statement
Clinical Management of Acute Diarrhoea - WHO/UNICEF Joint Statementpdf 348 kb

The Management of Diarrhoea and Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy - Second Edition - A Joint WHO/UNICEF Statement - prepared by WHO/UNICEF - 1992 - 30 pages
The Management of Diarrhoea and Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy in pdf formatpdf 626 kb

Diarrhoeal Diseases Control: Examples of Health Education Materials
WHO - 1982 - Multi-language examples from around the world

Posters  39 pages
Posters - WHO Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 12 mb

Flash cards  4 pages
Flash cards - Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 1.3mb

Leaflets  11 pages
Leaflets - WHO Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 4 mb

Slide sets  4 pages
Slide sets - WHO Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 696 kb

Newsletters and comics  2 pages
Newsletters and comics - WHO Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 899 kb

Complete document   60 pages
WHO - Diarrhoeal Diseases Control Examples of Health Education Materials in pdf formatpdf 18.9 mb


Centers for Disease Control & Prevention CDC Related Resources

CDC Yellow Book - Health Information for International Travel  1999-2000 Edition
Health Information for International Travel

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   Preventing Cryptosporidiosis:
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Safe Water Resources

Solar Disinfection of Drinking Water and Oral Rehydration Solutions: Guidelines for Household Application in Developing Countries - UNESCO Project

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention [CDC] Resources

CDC Safe Water System

Safe Water Information
What is the Safe Water System (SWS)?
Why was the SWS developed?
Who is the SWS for?
Where has the Safe Water System (SWS) been used?
How is a SWS started?

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SWS Video
 


Safe Water Systems for the Developing World:
A Handbook for Implementing Household-Based Water Treatment and Safe Storage Projects

Foreword
Acknowledgments
Introduction
 
Steps for a Safe Water System Project
 
1.0 - Gather background data on the need, target population, and feasibility of a water intervention
2.0 - Decide to do a project and set project objectives

2.1 - Consider the major steps and resources required to begin and sustain a project
2.2 - Specify overall goals of a Safe Water System
2.3 - Select target population, appropriate pilot project site and area for later expansion
2.4 - Specify measurable, specific objectives of the project

3.0 - Write a proposal to donors for a Safe Water System Project
4.0 - Assemble team to do the project
5.0 - Decide on products

5.1 - Choose a production method for disinfectant
5.2 - Choose bottles for disinfectant solution
5.3 - Choose a vessel for water storage in the home
5.4 - Choose process or product to use if water is turbid

6.0 - Decide on methods of distribution

6.1 - Consider possible methods of distribution including existing systems or infrastructures
6.2 - Assess alternate distribution methods for the project
6.3 - Select methods of distribution and plan them in more detail

7.0 - Plan strategy for changing behavior

7.1 - Conduct formative research
7.2 - Identify specific target audiences
7.3 - Plan positioning (e.g., brand name product with logo to appeal to mothers)
7.4 - Plan key messages
7.5 - Select methods for behavior change and specify communication channels
7.6 - Specify communication materials needed (e.g., label with dosing instructions)

8.0 - Plan for cost recovery

8.1 - Decide on an approach to cost recovery
8.2 - Set the prices of water storage vessels and disinfectant
8.3 - Plan any subsidies or special payment methods
8.4 - Plan how funds will be managed

9.0 - Prepare for production, procurement and distribution of product

9.1 - Set up production of vessels or procure vessels 
9.2 - Set up production of disinfectant bottles, caps and labeling or procure a source
9.3 - Set up production of disinfectant or procure a source of supply
9.4 - Set up distribution system for products
9.5 - List the activities and the desired outputs (quantities)

10.0 - Prepare to implement the behavior change strategy

10.1 - Develop brand name and logo
10.2 - Develop key messages
10.3 - Make detailed plans for implementing the methods for behavior change
10.4 - Plan training of staff to implement behavior change methods
10.5 - Develop communication materials and training materials
10.6 - Arrange use of channels selected
10.7 - Pretest messages and materials
10.8 - Produce and distribute materials
10.9 - Train persons who will implement the behavior change methods
10.10 - Plan additional behavior change interventions, if possible
10.11 - List the activities related to behavior change and desired outputs (quantities)

11.0 - Plan monitoring and evaluation of the project

11.1 - Identify the activities/indicators/outcome measures to be monitored
11.2 - Decide how the findings will be acted on
11.3 - Identify sources for monitoring data and data collection methods
11.4 - Schedule monitoring
11.5 - Design and pre-test simple forms and questionnaires for recording information
11.6 - Review the project objectives and relevant project activities in terms of expected effects
11.7 - Identify indicators/outcome measures to evaluate
11.8 - Determine sources of data for evaluation and data collection methods
11.9 - Plan for data gathering including schedule and staff

12.0 - Implement the project

12.1 - Produce and distribute vessels, disinfectant, and educational/promotional materials
12.2 - Launch the pilot project (special event)
12.3 - Supervise and support activities to implement the behavior change strategy and sell vessels and disinfectant through distribution systems as planned; monitor the activities
12.4 - Continue supplying bottles of disinfectant
12.5 - Evaluate the pilot project
12.6 - Implement the project on a larger scale

Alternative Water Treatment Technologies
 
References
 
Annexes
 
A. Collecting background data: Sample questionnaire on knowledge and practices
B. Developing a proposal for a Safe Water System project
C. How to test concentration of freshly-produced sodium hypochlorite for quality assurance

Hypochlorite Production Record

D. Planning worksheets:

Worksheet for assessing possible household water storage vessels
Worksheet for assessing possible distribution methods

E. Examples of educational and promotional materials
F. Training in motivational interviewing
G. Formative research

Sample focus group discussion questions about water treatment and storage
Sample focus group discussion guide for brand name, logo, and slogan

H. Potential channels of communication
I. Example training curriculum from Zambia: Clorin home water chlorination

List of Figures

1. Background data for a Safe Water System project
2. Example objectives for a Safe Water System project
3. Example outline for a proposal
4. Comparison of methods for production of disinfectant solution
5. Comparison of possible vessels for water storage
6. Example worksheet for assessing possible household water storage vessels
7. Example worksheet to assess possible distribution methods
8. Formative research needs for planning for behavior change
9. Package labels
10. Steps of a water vessel for work project
11. Requirements for installation and operation of hypochlorite generators
12. Procedure for production of hypochlorite solution
13. Production and distribution activities to lead to achievement of the objectives
14. Key messages or topics for education and promotion
15. Characteristics of good educational and promotional materials
16. Sales and behavior change activities to lead to achievement of the objectives
17. Example: Plan for monitoring
18. Example: Plan for evaluation
19. Household treatment systems: Advantages and constraints
20. Household treatment systems: Costs
 

Census India - 2001 - Rural - Urban distribution of population - India and states/Union territories

India Statistics - UNICEF

Demographics and Health Surveys [DHS] - India Publications
India Country Statistics - Indicators  1992/93  &  1998/99


Consensus Statement of IAP National Task Force: Status Report on Management of Acute Diarrhea
Download this document in pdf formatpdf 376 kb

Diarrhoea - Diagnosis, Treatment & Control
Directorate General of Health Services, Government of India, New Delhi
Central Health Education Bureau, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare - April 1985 - 16 pages
Diarrhoea - Diagnosis, Treatment & Control in pdf formatpdf 2.3 mb

Training of Doctors on Nutritional Care During Diarrhoea
National Diarrhoeal Diseases Control & ORT Programmes
Government of India, Directorate General of Health Services, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, New Delhi, India - prepared by the National Institute of Cholera and Enteric Diseases (ICMR) Calcutta, India - 15 pages -
Training of Doctors on Nutritional Care During Diarrhoea in pdf formatpdf 780 kb

Knowledge and Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy for Childhood Diarrhoea in India: Effects of Exposure to Mass Media  -  Number 10 - November 1998  -  55 pages
Knowledge and Use of Oral Rehydration Therapy for Childhood Diarrhoea in India: Effects of Exposure to Mass Media in pdf format pdf 160 kb


National Guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding
Ministry of Human Resource Development, Department of Women and Child Development, Food and Nutrition Board, Government of India - August 2004 - 37 pages
National Guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding - Aug 2004 in pdf formatpdf 936 kb

Prevention and Control of Nutritional Anaemia: A South Asia Priority
United Nations Children's Fund - Regional Office for South Asia - 2002 - 16 pages
Prevention and Control of Nutritional Anaemia: A South Asia Priority in pdf formatpdf 2 mb

National Guidelines on Infant Feeding
Food and Nutrition Board, Department of Women and Child Development, Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India. - 1992 - 17 pages
National Guidelines on Infant Feeding in pdf formatpdf 2.5 mb

Policy on Control of Nutritional Anaemia
Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Government of India - January 1991 - 11 pages
Policy on Control of Nutritional Anaemia in pdf formatpdf 1.7 mb

Preventing and Controlling Iron Deficiency Anaemia Through Primary Health Care
Audience: A Guide for Health Administrators and Programme Managers - 1989 - 61 pages
Preventing and Controlling Iron Deficiency Anaemia Through Primary Health Care in pdf formatpdf 1.7 mb


Review of National Immunization Coverage  1980-2002, India WHO/UNICEF - October, 2003 -  13 pages
Review of National Immunization Coverage in pdf format pdf 125 kb

Measles Control: An Urban Challenge
National Immunization Programme, Government of India - 1998 - 32 pages
Measles Control: An Urban Challenge in pdf formatpdf 4.3 mb


Gender Differences in Treatment-seeking Behaviour during Common Childhood Illnesses in India: Does Maternal Education Matter?
National Family Health Survey Subject Reports - Number 10 - November 1998  -  17 pages
Gender Differences in Treatment-seeking Behaviour .... in pdf format pdf 193 kb


National Family Health Survey 2005-2006 (NFHS-3) India Reports

NFHS-3 Fact Sheets - India and 29 States

Key Findings from NFHS-3

The 2005-2006 National Family Health Survey (NFHS-3), the third in the NFHS series of surveys, provides information on population, health and nutrition in India and each of its 29 States. The survey is based on a sample of households which is representative at the National and State levels. NFHS-3 provides trend data on key indicators and includes information on several new topics, such as HIV/AIDS-related behaviour and the health of slum populations. For the first time, NFHS-3 also provides information on men and unmarried women. In addition, HIV prevalence is measured at the national level and for selected states.

These Fact Sheets presents provisional information on key indicators and trends at the national level. The NFHS-3 fieldwork was conducted by 18 research organizations between December 2005 and August 2006.

State Reports of the following States have been released and key findings disseminated in their respective State capitals.

The Seminar Presentations of the key findings for different states are also available online.


India: NFHS-1 and NFHS-2 Reports

National Family Health Survey, India 1998-1999 (NFHS-2)


NFHS-1 National Main Report
NFHS-1 Publications

NFHS-2 National Main Report
NFHS-2 Publications
National Summary Report  28 pages
NFHS-2 National Summary Report in pdf formatpdf  2.8 mb

NFHS-2 State Findings (Key Indicators)   4 pages
NFHS-2 State Findings (Key Indicators) in pdf formatpdf  74 kb

Download and View Complete Reports

NFHS-1/-2  Ph. I (92-93) and Ph. II (98-99)  - Comparative Reports
  
Key Indicators - A Comparative Statement
  
Facility Survey-RCH Project 
  
Table I  Status of Infrastructure in PHCs (In Numbers)
  
Table II  Status of Infrastructure in CHCs (In Numbers)
  
Table-III  Status of Infrastructure in FRUs (In Numbers)


Ordering NFHS Publications

 


NFHS-2 India : Main Report

Introductory Materials   20 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf formatpdf 353 kb
Fact Sheet & Summary of Findings  11 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf formatpdf 128 kb
Chapter 1 : Introduction (includes discussions on sample selection)  14 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 179 kb
Chapter 2 : Background Characteristics of Households  33 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 267 kb
Chapter 3 : Background Characteristics of Respondents  31 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 258 kb
Chapter 4 : Fertility and Fertility Preferences  46 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 296 kb
Chapter 5 : Family Planning  49 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 306 kb
Chapter 6 : Mortality, Morbidity, and Immunization, and AIDS Awareness  63 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 411 kb
Chapter 7 : Nutrition and the Prevalence of Anaemia  37 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 293 kb
Chapter 8 : Maternal and Reproductive Health  36 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 272 kb
Chapter 9 : Quality of Care  17 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 182 kb
References  8 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 101 kb
Appendices : Field Organizations, Sampling Design, Sampling Errors, Data Quality and Staff  26 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 216 kb
Survey Instruments:
Household Questionnaire  10 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 86 kb
Woman's Questionnaire  52 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 283 kb
Village Questionnaire  6 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 66 kb
NFHS-2 Factsheet: State Findings  10 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 78 kb
World Summit for Children Indicators for India  1 pages  pdf 41 kb

Errata Sheet for National Report  2 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 60 kb
 


NFHS-1 India : Main Report

Introductory Materials  22 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 984 kb
Fact Sheet & Summary of Findings  11 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf  kb
Chapter 1 : Introduction   21 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf  1.8 mb
Chapter 2 : Survey Design and Implementation  13 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 915 kb
Chapter 3 : Household and Background Characteristics  37 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 2.1 mb
Chapter 4 : Nuptiality  16 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 918 kb
Chapter 5 : Fertility  38 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 2.2 mb
Chapter 6 : Family Planning  52 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 3.2 mb
Chapter 7 : Fertility Preferences  21 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1.2 mb
Chapter 8 : Morbidity and Mortality  27 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1.6 mb
Chapter 9 : Maternal and Child Health  41 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 2.6 mb
Chapter 10: Infant Feeding and Child Nutrition  20 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1.2 mb
Chapter 11: Knowledge of AIDS  7 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 425 kb
References  8 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 523 kb
Appendices : Field Organizations, Sampling Design, Sampling Errors, Data Quality, and Staff   31 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1.4 mb
Survey Instruments:
Household Questionnaire  13 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 411 kb
Woman's Questionnaire  49 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1.6 mb
Village Questionnaire  6 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 188 kb
NFHS-1 Factsheet : State Findings  2 pages  NFHS-2 India Report section in pdf format pdf 1 mb

An integrated approach to reduce childhood mortality and morbidity due to diarrhoea and dehydration; Maharashtra, India 2005 – 2010
This plan in pdf format pdf 565 kb

Maharashtra State - Human Development Reports

Maharashtra - Health Status - Marathi - Complete Report - 67 pages
Maharashtra State - Health Status - Marathi - in pdf formatpdf 2 mb

Maharashtra State - Health Status - English - html version - Complete Report - 66 pages
Maharastra State Health Status in pdf formatpdf 8.2 mb

Contents:
Health Status

Basic Health ProgrammeIntegrated Population & Development ProjectBorder District ProjectSector Investment ProgrammeRTI / STI Sub ProjectMaharashtra Health System Development Project


Health and Healthcare in Maharashtra - A Status Report - 2005  -  81 pages
Health and Healthcare in Maharashtra - A Status Report - 2005 - in pdf formatpdf 1.5 mb


Mother-Child Nutrition Mission, Maharashtra - V Ramani
Rajmata Jijau Mother-Child Health & Nutrition Mission, Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India

flash 778 kb
powerpoint 2.2 mb


Maharashtra State - Waterborne Diseases Epidemic Information
For the  last 10 years - as at 20 March 2004

Maharashtra State - ORS Supply Information
For the  last 10 years - as at 20 March 2004

Nandurbar District

Maharashtra - Waterborne Diseases Epidemic Information
For the  last 10 years - as at 20 March 2004

Maharashtra - ORS Supply Information
For the  last 10 years - as at 20 March 2004

Maharashtra NFHS-2 Main Report
Maharashtra NFHS-2 Preliminary Report - March 2000  44 pages
NFHS-2 Maharashtra Preliminary Report in pdf format pdf  263 kb

Maharashtra Links - What's Related
 


Guides

Management of Critically Sick Child
Directorate of Health Services Maharashtra State, Department of Paediatrics, Cama & Albless Hospital, Mumbai
Maharashtra State Health Education Bureau, Aundh, Pune - 1997-1998 - 41 pages
Management of Crticially Sick Child in pdf formatpdf 9.5 mb


Anganwadi - Guide - 49 pages
Maharashtra Anganwadi Guide in pdf formatpdf 2.1 mb


Vitamin A: Frequently Asked Questions - English
Vitamin A: Frequently Asked Questions - Marathi
Vitamin A FAQs in Marathi - pdf formatpdf 49 kb

Vitamin A brochure - Marathi
Vitamin A Marathi brochure in pdf formatpdf 470 kb

The great Vitamin A fiasco - World Nutrition - May 2010
Michael Latham

This commentary challenges the wisdom and validity of the current practice of providing to children between 6 months and 5 years, regular supplements of massive medicinal doses of vitamin A. Every year, roughly half a billion capsules are made to be distributed and to be given to around 200 million children in over 100 ‘targeted’ countries (1,2). One standard method of dosing of younger children is shown in the picture above, which appears on the cover of a United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) working paper issued in 2005 (1). In most cases, this medicinal dosing is now being done in countries and areas where the vitamin A deficiency diseases xerophthalmia and blinding keratomalacia are now rare, and any clinical signs of vitamin A deficiency are now uncommon. download pdfpdf 442 kb

Vitamin A saves lives. Sound science, sound policy
Keith P West Jr, Rolf DW Klemm, Alfred Sommer
 
Vitamin A deficiency can cause blindness, impair health, and be an underlying cause of death, in young children. Therefore, responsible debate about its public health importance, and the value of prevention, should be based on reliable evidence of the extent and severity of deficiency, and on the impact of interventions. download pdfpdf 315 kb

Universal Vitamin A Supplementation Programme in India: The need for a re-look  download pdfpdf 37 kb
The National Medical Journal of India - Vol. 23, No. 5, October 2010

20 Million US Dollars on Vitamin A Procurement : Out of 32 Million US Dollars of Annual Budget 2009-2010
The Indian scientists have raised their concern on over emphasis of Vitamin A supplementation to children. The recent research communications from Prof. Michael Latham and Prof. C. Gopalan have raised this issue with scientific evidence. These excerpts from the Annual Report of Micronutrients Initiatives India an International Non Government Organization, according to which out of 32 Million US Dollar available in the Annual Budget 2009-2010, more than 20 Million US Dollars were spent on Vitamin A Procurement and Interventions. A meager sum of 2.5 Million US Dollars were spent on Iron interventions.

Anaemia is most common nutritional deficiency disorders in the country. Almost vulnerable age groups have anaemia in the range of 60-90%. The health consequences of anaemia are highly detrimental to Maternal and Child Health. The prevalence of Vitamin A deficiency is less than one percent and is limited to selected geographical pockets in the country. The Keratomalacia and Nutritional Blindness have disappeared.

It is unfortunate but true that the agencies are trying to implement interventions for prevention and control of micronutrients disorders according to their mandate rather than the magnitude and health consequences.

Sahyogini
Animator to guide Self Help Groups
Audience: All NGOs, Institutes and Persons working in the Self Help Group Movement. 41 pages
Sahyogini - Animator to guide Self Help Groups in pdf formatpdf 3 mb

Mahilanche Hakk Anni Adhikar
Women's Rights & Laws
Audience: All NGOs, Institutes and Persons working in the women empowerment and Development. - 59 pages
Mahilanche Hakk Anni Adhikar - Women's Rights & Laws in pdf formatpdf 6.6 mb

Mahila Anni Balvikasanchya Yojana
Women and Child Development Schemes (Guidelines)
Audience: NGOs, Officers, Staff and elected members of different government and Non-government Organisation and the direct benefices of the schemes.
Pages       1-50 - Pages 1-50 - Mahila Anni Balvikasanchya Yojana - Women and Child Development Schemes (Guidelines) in pdf formatpdf 4.5 mb
Pages    51-100 - Pages 51-100 - Mahila Anni Balvikasanchya Yojana - Women and Child Development Schemes (Guidelines) in pdf formatpdf 4.5 mb
Pages  101-150 - Pages 101-150 - Mahila Anni Balvikasanchya Yojana - Women and Child Development Schemes (Guidelines) in pdf formatpdf 2.0 mb
Pages  151-175 - Pages 151-175 - Mahila Anni Balvikasanchya Yojana - Women and Child Development Schemes (Guidelines) in pdf formatpdf 1.7 mb


Management of Acute Diarrhoea: An update for the General Medical Practitioner
Directorate of Health Services, Govt. of Maharashtra, Pune - Booklet supported by UNICEF, Bombay - 16 pages
Management of Acute Diarrhoea in pdf formatpdf 456 kb

Understanding and Managing Acute Diarrhoea in Infants and Young Children - 30 pages
Understanding and Managing Acute Diarrhoea in Infants and Young Children in pdf formatpdf 1.2 mb


Diarrhoea - Guide 1  -  4 pages
Diarrhoea Brochure 1 in pdf formatpdf 563 kb

Diarrhoea - Guide 2 - 14 pages
Diarrhoea Brochure 2 in pdf formatpdf 1.2 mb

Diarrhoea - Guide 3
Govt. of India, Central Health Education Bureau, Ministry of health and Family Welfare - May 1984 - 8 pages
Diarrhoea Guide in pdf formatpdf 2.5 mb

Better Care During Diarrhoea  -  32 pages
Understanding and Managing Acute Diarrhoea in Infants and Young Children in pdf formatpdf 4.1 mb

Marathi Cookbook: Iron and Vitamin C Rich Recipes - Gharchya Ghari Anaemia Tala
June 2002 - 67 pages
Marathi Cookbook - Iron and Vitamin C Rich Recipes - Gharchya Ghari Anaemia Tala in pdf formatpdf 2.8 mb

Developing an Alternative Strategy for Achieving Health for All
The ICSSR/ICMR Model - The FRCH Experience

Foundation for Research in Community Health, Pune / Mumbai - 2004 - 52 pages
Developing an Alternative Strategy for Achieving Health for All in pdf formatpdf 844 kb

Maharashtra - Guide - 26 pages
Maharashtra in pdf formatpdf 879 kb

Child Mortality Determinants in three Backward Districts of Maharashtra
Nandurbar, Jalna and Yavatmal - 2003-2004 -
111 pages
Child Mortality Determinants in three Backward Districts of Maharashtra in pdf formatpdf 1.3 mb

Swasthya Sathi - Book 1

Karu Aarogyachi Sath - Book 1

Karu Aarogyachi Sath - Book 2


Posters

Poster 1 Diarrhoea Poster 1pdf 216 kb
Poster 2 Diarrhoea Poster 2pdf 188 kb
Poster 3 Diarrhoea Poster 3pdf 142 kb
Poster 4 Diarrhoea Poster 4pdf 209 kb

Advertising Materials

Sign 1 Diarrhoea Advertising 1pdf 46 kb
Sign 2 Diarrhoea Advertising 2pdf 48 kb
Sign 3 Diarrhoea Advertising 3pdf 103 kb
Sign 4 Diarrhoea Advertising 4pdf 108 kb

 


 

 

 

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