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WHO | The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust Access Home Alt+0 Content Alt+2 Search Search Submit Language عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español Menu Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Global Forums The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust We employ all communications technologies to reach and transfer health and nutrition knowledge directly from and to the whole community. (...) Main activities Partnered with national and state governments, we work to assist in educating mothers and children, teachers and students, doctors and village health workers, and a variety of community leaders, in the targeted areas of health, water, hygiene, and sanitation. (...) Links to the health workforce crisis Our main portals and web sites: Rehydration Project HealthPhone Health Education To Villages Mother, Child and Infant Nutrition and Malnutrition Guide to Child Care Initiation of Breastfeeding by Breast Crawl Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding Diarrhoea: 7 Point Plan Disaster Relief Resources The Mother and Child Health and Education Trust You are here: Global Health Workforce Alliance Members and Partners Full list of all members and partners Quick Links Sitemap Global Health Workforce Alliance About the Alliance Members & partners Country responses Knowledge centre Media centre Forums Resources About the Alliance Join us Alliance Q&A Feedback Privacy Visit WHO web site © WHO 2022
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Score: 1006004.5 - https://www.who.int/workforcea...r_list/motherandchildtrust/en/
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In a 2 study comparing the impact of mother’s education and household wealth, the authors concluded that mother’s education was a more important determinant of child survival than household wealth. (...) One variable of interest is the mother’s education. The study will document to what extent mother’s education is as important as household wealth for the survival of a child. (...) The impact of household wealth and mother’s education on child survival at the country level Although the analysis is conducted mostly at the regional level, it is essential to investigate the impact of household wealth in individual countries.
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Score: 973143.7 - https://www.un.org/development...020/Jan/un_2015_techpaper1.pdf
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Photo Essay Helping mothers follow optimal infant and young child feeding practices UNICEF-supported health centres offer individual counselling and group awareness-raising sessions By Sandra Awad and Lina Alqassab 19 August 2021 Damascus, Syria, August 2021 – One of the earliest bonds formed between a mother and her baby is the one created through breastfeeding. (...) UNICEF/ Syria 2021/Omar Malas Hanadi, a mother of four, during a counselling session on infant and young child feeding practices at Al-Marabani UNICEF-support health centre in Damascus, Syria. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2021/Omar Malas “I help mothers to start enjoying breastfeeding,” adds Lina, while conducting an awareness session on infant and young child feeding practices.
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Score: 953813.5 - https://www.unicef.org/mena/st...-young-child-feeding-practices
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Through the project, social mobilizers and health workers shared important messages on health, nutrition, WASH and protection with mothers, expectant women and caregivers. UNICEF Somalia/2019/Mohamoud One of the mothers during individual awareness raising sessions in Shabelle IDP camp in Gardo. (...) So many mothers lost their babies or their own lives this way because of excessive bleeding and other complications,” explained Saeda, another mother at Shabelle IDP camp. (...) The project provided more than 13,000 households with information on various topics including Open defection, hand washing, water treatment, diarrhea, sanitation, hygiene, Immunization, vaccination, polio, Awareness on Female Genital Mutilation/Cutting, including 316 mothers who were reached through individual counseling by health workers.
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Score: 950028.1 - https://www.unicef.org/somalia...-and-dispelling-misconceptions
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Search Close Search UNICEF Fulltext search Max Photo Essay Helping mothers follow optimal infant and young child feeding practices UNICEF-supported health centres offer individual counselling and group awareness-raising sessions UNICEF 19 August 2021 Damascus, Syria, August 2021 – One of the earliest bonds formed between a mother and her baby is the one created through breastfeeding. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2021/Omar Malas “I help mothers to start enjoying breastfeeding,” adds Lina, while conducting an awareness session on infant and young child feeding practices. (...) UNICEF/Syria/2021/Omar Malas Hanadi, a mother of four, during a counselling session on infant and young child feeding practices at Al-Marabani UNICEF-support health centre in Damascus, Syria.
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Score: 947101.5 - https://www.unicef.org/syria/s...-young-child-feeding-practices
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MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENT GOAL 5 SET OUT TO REDUCE THE NUMBER OF MOTHERS DYING IN CHILDBIRTH BY THREE-QUARTERS BY 2015. (...) ACROSS THE WORLD HALF A MILLION MOTHERS’ LIVES WILL BE LOST BETWEEN NOW AND THIS TIME NEXT YEAR. (...) BY SAVING THE LIVES OF MOTHERS WE WILL ALSO GIVE THE SURVIVING OLDER AND NEWBORN CHILDREN THE BEST CHANCES.
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Score: 946295.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...0602_ICMspeech_sarahbrowne.pdf
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.  Quality of care is grossly lacking even for mothers and babies who have contact with the health system. (...) Similarly, less than 10 per cent of mothers who saw a health worker during pregnancy received a core set of eight prenatal interventions. (...) Neonatal mortality rates among mothers with no education are nearly twice as high for those with secondary schooling and above.
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Score: 945753.5 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...2014/promise_renewed_press.pdf
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Elma was one of the faces of UNICEF’s “It’s about ability” campaign. We talked with her mother, Sanja, about the possibilities and ways of overcoming obstacles. (...) Some of them can be found in the “Omer Maslic” Health Center, where, as Elma’s mother points out, the great effort and professionalism of the pediatric department and its doctors, regardless of whether they are pre-school or school pediatricians, can be found. (...) To the statement that it is necessary to provide psychotherapeutic support to the parents of children with disabilities regarding the scope of obligations they have, mother Sanja agrees that her first contact with the Association “Life with Down Syndrome” had a therapeutic effect.
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Score: 933008.9 - https://www.unicef.org/bih/en/...good-people-which-world-stands
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Infant and Young Child Feeding • For HIV-uninfected mothers and mothers who do not know their HIV status, exclusive breastfeeding for six months is the ideal practice because of its benefits for improved growth, development and reduced childhood infections. (...) However these conditions are not easily met for the majority of mothers in the region. • Evidence shows that safer infant feeding can be achieved with adequate support, however health systems and communities are not providing this support to make infant feeding safer. • Early breastfeeding cessation is recommended for HIV-infected mothers and their infants. The age for breastfeeding cessation depends on the individual circumstances of mothers and their infants.
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Score: 931470.4 - https://www.who.int/3by5/en/Participantsstatement_finalt.pdf
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The main objectives of World Health Day 2005 are to: Raise awareness of the extent of illness, suffering and death among mothers and children, and its impact on health as well as social and economic development. (...) The challenge is to deliver a key set of preventive and curative interventions to the mothers and children who need them – to translate knowledge into action. (...) Every individual within society has a role to play. World Health Day 2005 – and the days, months and years that follow it – is expected to generate enthusiasm, solidarity, support, and – most of all – action that aims to improve the survival, health and well-being of all mothers and children.
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Score: 930633.6 - https://www.who.int/world-heal...y/previous/2005/objectives/en/
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