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Key findings in this study include: Around half of all women do not receive the recommended minimum of four antenatal care visits during their pregnancy. (...) A UNICEF analysis of 10 high mortality countries indicates that less than 10 percent of babies delivered by a skilled birth attendant went on to receive the seven required post-natal interventions, including early initiation of breastfeeding. Similarly, less than 10 per cent of mothers who saw a health worker during pregnancy received a core set of eight prenatal interventions.
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Score: 1210344.1 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi.../news/2014/promise_renewed/en/
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In Venezuela, UNICEF works in coordination with the Pan American Health Organization and the national government to ensure that children receive the vaccines provided in the routine immunization schedule established by the authorities and to strengthen the cold chain to preserve the vaccines. (...) More than 283 thousand pregnant women and their newborns received maternal and childcare through services supported by UNICEF. 67,000 HIV/syphilis diagnostic tests were distributed for prenatal consultations to strengthen the prevention of mother-to-child transmission. 1,022 children under 15 living with HIV received their antiretroviral treatment.
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Score: 1208602.2 - https://www.unicef.org/venezuela/en/health
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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 in Japan cannot be applied the health insurance, but is not prohibited by legislations. (...) The availability, accessibility and use of prenatal diagnosis Japanese government does not have statistical data of prenatal diagnosis. The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare decided to start a fact-finding survey on the new type of prenatal diagnosis (the non-invasive prenatal genetic test: NIPT) on 29 July 2019, and will investigate the number of cases and states of counselling for pregnant woman etc.
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Score: 1203144.3 - https://www.ohchr.org/sites/de...oethicsDisabilities/Japan.docx
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A similar unit-level decision is who receives the incentive payment: in some cases providing the payment to mothers or teens may have different effects from payments to fathers (Thomas, 1991; Thomas, 1994). (...) Often multi-sectoral in nature, these programmes have commonly included health care conditionality incentives, so that in order to receive recurring cash payments the individuals must have documentation of targeted health care use such as prenatal care, vaccination, and other well child care. (...) In Chile, where participating households received an unconditional cash transfer and advice from a social worker, Galasso (2011) reported no change in the share that received regular prenatal visits.
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Score: 1200607.3 - https://www.un.org/en/developm...Dow-and-White_Expert-paper.pdf
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This review provides the background for the work on STI diagnostics featured in this supplement, and proposes 10 specific strategies or pathways for the way forward. LACK OF ACCESS TO PRENATAL SYPHILIS SCREENING In a survey conducted in 2000, Gloyd reported that in sub- Saharan Africa, antenatal screening was a national policy in 17 of 22 respondent countries.7 Of the estimated 19.9 million pregnant women per year in these countries, 14.5 million (73%) received antenatal care but only 5.5 million (38%) had access to syphilis screening. (...) Women must return to receive test results as the testing is batched to save time and reagents, or specimens may be sent to a central laboratory for processing. (...) These preventive interventions continue to receive inadequate attention. Almost certainly if we are to achieve the MDGs of reducing mortality under the age of 5 years by 75% by 2015, comprehensive clinic based screening and treatment pro- grammes using rapid tests will need to be made routine in prenatal care.
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Score: 1198894.8 - https://www.who.int/tdr/public.../documents/sti-way-forward.pdf
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Its launch coincides with the 2017 London Family Planning Summit.   ♦ Receive daily updates directly in your inbox - Subscribe here to a topic. ♦ Download the UN News app for your iOS or Android devices.   education Related Stories UN political forum opens with focus on eradicating poverty and forming partnerships UN-backed roadmap shows how to improve situation of separated refugee children in Europe Ceasefire, fresh political developments may help intra-Syrian talks – UN negotiator News Tracker: Past Stories on This Issue Aiming to curb pregnancy risks and improve experience, UN launches new prenatal care model 8 November 2016 The United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) has introduced a new prenatal care model, designed to enhance pregnancy the experience for women, and reduce the risk of stillbirths and other complications.
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Score: 1197070.8 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2017/07/561242
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With support from the Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF), Cesvi is the only organization in the village providing basic health facilities, including integrated management of childhood and maternal diseases, and safe motherhood services, such as antenatal and prenatal care, immunizations and delivery services. (...) I’m happy with the support I have received, as this has not only improved my well-being but also has enabled me to take care of my family too.” (...) Tweets by UNOCHA SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 1195058.2 - https://www.unocha.org/node/957713
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With support from the Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF), Cesvi is the only organization in the village providing basic health facilities, including integrated management of childhood and maternal diseases, and safe motherhood services, such as antenatal and prenatal care, immunizations and delivery services. (...) I’m happy with the support I have received, as this has not only improved my well-being but also has enabled me to take care of my family too.” (...) Tweets by UNOCHA SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 1195058.2 - https://www.unocha.org/es/node/957713
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With support from the Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF), Cesvi is the only organization in the village providing basic health facilities, including integrated management of childhood and maternal diseases, and safe motherhood services, such as antenatal and prenatal care, immunizations and delivery services. (...) I’m happy with the support I have received, as this has not only improved my well-being but also has enabled me to take care of my family too.” (...) Tweets by UNOCHA SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 1195058.2 - https://www.unocha.org/fr/node/957713
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With support from the Somalia Humanitarian Fund (SHF), Cesvi is the only organization in the village providing basic health facilities, including integrated management of childhood and maternal diseases, and safe motherhood services, such as antenatal and prenatal care, immunizations and delivery services. (...) I’m happy with the support I have received, as this has not only improved my well-being but also has enabled me to take care of my family too.” (...) Tweets by UNOCHA SUBSCRIBE TO RECEIVE OCHA'S INFORMATION PRODUCTS SUBSCRIBE Contact us OCHA Sites Follow us Facebook UNOCHA Twitter UNReliefChief Twitter LinkedIn Instagram YouTube Support us Governments, corporations and foundations: ocha.donor.relations@un.org Individuals can donate here: DONATE Copyright Terms of Use Privacy Notice © United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
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Score: 1195058.2 - https://www.unocha.org/story/s...-health-care-underserved-areas
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