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What looks like a seasoned group of health workers doing prenatal check-ups turned out to be the volunteer barangay health workers who recently received training in providing maternal nutrition services. Jenevie Calumpang, 27, the resident midwife, tells us they just started applying their new skills at the start of this year after receiving their training in December 2021. “We learned everything in the training,” she says. (...) “I go to the health station to have my prenatal check-up,” she says with profound appreciation.
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Score: 1409386.4 - https://www.unicef.org/philipp...nicipality-zamboanga-del-norte
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With the progress of prenatal diagnosing, standard methods of prenatal screening are regularly revised. (...) Children with perinatal burden or related disabilities receive highly specialized medical care covered from public health insurance. (...) In regions, follow-up care for children with perinatal burden is in the competence of perinatological centres. · The Czech Republic aligns with the recommendation of WHO and UNICEF that infants should be exclusively breastfed for the first six months of their life, receive complementary foods only after the sixth month and continue to receive it together with continued breastfeeding up to 2 years of age.
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Score: 1394656.5 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...calGuidance/CzechRepublic.docx
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Please provide information on the legislative and policy framework in place in your country in relation to: a. Prenatal diagnosis According to the Act on Genetic Integrity (Lag om genetisk integritet, 2006:351), all pregnant women shall receive information about prenatal diagnostics, and thereafter decide, in agreement with their physician, if they want to carry out a prenatal analysis or a prenatal genetic analysis. (...) If the patient’s own will, because of unconsciousness or some other reason, can’t be investigated, the patient shall receive the care needed to ward off danger which acutely and severely threatens his or her life or health. (...) The availability, accessibility and use of prenatal diagnosis All pregnant women are offered ultrasound during pregnancy regardless of which region they live in.
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Score: 1374941.8 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...ethicsDisabilities/Sweden.docx
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Prenatal care Challenges: Prenatal care is often provided too far from the homes of pregnant women in need of care and the service provided is inadequate. (...) Prenatal care also comes too late - education about sexual and reproductive health is required before pregnancy; prenatal care is only provided during pregnancy. (...) This is not an easy task given so may females are not able to receive a formal education for numerous reasons including, among others, poverty, lack of schools and local tradition.
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Score: 1369062.7 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...tionoftheBlessedVirginMary.pdf
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If she has already done so, I ask her to bring me her card so that I can register it in kiramama by sending a text message from my phone; then I start following the evolution of her pregnancy with the support of kiramama, which sends us reminders as each mother and child's visits approach, reminding her, among other things, of her appointments for the prenatal consultation until she gives birth.  After the birth, I also follow the progress of the newborn, making sure that the vaccination schedule is respected ," says     Beatrice Niyonzima, very confident. (...) Laetitia Kubwimana, head of the health centre, mentions, in particular, the increase in the number of women who keep appointments for prenatal consultations as recommended, or to have their children vaccinated, but also the reduction in the number of home deliveries. ‘ ’Before the Kiramama project, our health centre only received around 5 women per month for early prenatal consultation; today we receive more than 50 women per month '', confirms Laetitia Kubwimana, head of the Makebuko health centre. She is also pleased with the reduction in the number of children who come to consult for illnesses such as diarrhoea, malaria and pneumonia thanks to the iCCM approach: " The general signs of danger are no longer observed in our health centre ," she says proudly UNICEFBurundi/2022/Odette Kwizera An infant receiving his vaccine at the Makebuko health centre The community health workers are supervised and coordinated by the health centres, to whom they regularly share their reports for analysis.
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Score: 1340748.6 - https://www.unicef.org/burundi...utes-reduction-child-mortality
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Usually, the hospital manages 10 to 15 deliveries and holds 20 to 30 prenatal consultations a day. On one recent day, just two women visited the obstetrical care service for prenatal consultations. (...) She has since been able to visit the hospital for prenatal care. “Everything is okay. Mother and baby are fine,” reassured midwife Bakoly Rasoamanontany at a recent visit. (...) I can say that I was lucky.” Sonia was able to receive a Caesarean section shortly after arriving at the hospital.
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Score: 1331311.7 - https://www.un.org/africarenew...deliver-amid-covid-19-lockdown
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Please provide information on the legislative and policy framework in place in your country in relation to: a. Prenatal diagnosis Prenatal diagnosis is available in Ireland but the provision of this service is not regulated by any specific piece of legislation. b. (...) The availability, accessibility and use of prenatal diagnosis In relation to prenatal diagnosis, the National Maternity Strategy 2016-2026 – Creating a Better Future Together, is very clear that all women must have equal access to standardised ultrasound services. (...) Under Section 20(3) of the Health (Regulation of Termination of Pregnancy) Act 2018, the Minister for Health is required to prepare a report on notifications of terminations of pregnancy received during the immediately preceding year.  The first such report will be prepared before end-June 2020; no other data will be available or published before that date.  6.
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Score: 1312372.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...thicsDisabilities/Ireland.docx
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In UNICEF- supported areas, to date, 168 052 women and children received essential health services, including immunization, prenatal, postnatal, HIV care. (...) As a result, 12,586 mothers and caregivers of children aged 0 to 23 months received support and counselling to breastfeed and provided diversified complementary food to young children (6 to 23 months). (...) Children affected by COVID continued to receive mental health and psychosocial care with UNICEF support.
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Score: 1303917.4 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...OVID19-SitRep-12-June-2020.pdf
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It has also enabled malaria preventative treatment for pregnant women through prenatal care in healthcare facilities and malaria treatment for children under 5 through community health workers.  ’L ast year, all families in our village received mosquito nets and they’ve been distributed again this year.  (...) Today, pregnant women and children aged between 0 and 9 years old from 124 villages in the health district of Gotheye continue to receive mosquito nets thanks to community distributions. - In the 19 health centres located in the district of Gotheye, village health committees have allocated mosquito nets to pregnant women and children aged between 0 and 9 years, identified ahead of time through household counts in preparation for the community distribution.  In addition, other buffer stocks have been sent to the integrated health centres for pregnant women attending prenatal consultations. The project has also purchased 183,000 sulphadoxine-pyrimethamine tablets to prevent malaria in pregnant women.  ’It’s a good idea to give mosquito nets and preventative treatment to pregnant women. 
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Score: 1299196.5 - https://www.unicef.org/niger/s...y-children-have-caught-malaria
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Questionnaire on bioethics and disability a) Prenatal diagnosis and b) Disability - related abortion Law on Conditions and Procedure for Termination of Pregnancy[footnoteRef:1] enables abortion up to the 32nd week (8th month) of the pregnancy only if “on the basis of medical indications it is expected that child will be born with severe physical or psychical defects” (Article 6, Paragraph 1, Point 2). (...) [footnoteRef:2] These provisions contain selective and discriminatory abortion only on the basis of disability, and because of the presumption that such child will not have satisfactory quality of life. [1: Law on Conditions and Procedure for Termination of Pregnancy, published in “Official Gazette of Montenegro”, No. 53/2009] [2: Specific information on the number of prenatal diagnoses and observations of healthcare professionals and other similar information can be found in the Montenegrin Alternative Report on the Implementation of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities available at file:///D:/Downloads/Izvjestaj-ENG.pdf ] c) Informed consent to medical treatment and scientific research and d) Protection of persons with disabilities undergoing research The Law on Patients' Rights[footnoteRef:3] defines the right of a patient to refuse to be the subject of scientific research. (...) The patient has the right to receive from the health care staff timely information necessary to make a decision on acceptance or rejection of the proposed medical intervention.
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Score: 1297401.1 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...abilities/NHRI_Montenegro.docx
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