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The aim of this pragmatic, stepped-wedge, cluster-randomised controlled trial was to determine the effect of an intervention designed to increase the use of the package of evidence-based services included in the ANC package by midwives in prenatal clinics in Mozambique. The intervention, designed after a formative research phase, was multifaceted and included the provision of commodity kits with all necessary medicines and laboratory supplies for ANC, a closet for storage of these commodities in the ANC room, a tracking system, and training sessions for health-care providers at the start of the intervention. (...) In first visits, 14·6% women were screened for anaemia in the control period, compared with 97·7% in the intervention period (aOR 832·40; 99% CI 666·81–1039·11); 9·9% women were screened for proteinuria in the control period, compared with 97·1% in the intervention period (1875·18; 1447·56– 2429·11); and 51·4%received mebendazole in the control period, compared with 88·2% in the intervention period (1·88; 1·70–2·09).
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Score: 1167032.9 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...projects/03-ANC-Mozambique.pdf
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The Government was implementing a national plan to promote prenatal screening so that expectant mothers could go to health-care centres to receive care for HIV/AIDS. 
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Score: 1167032.9 - https://www.un.org/en/ga/aidsmeeting2011/honduras.shtml
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The first stop provided the visit to Public health Centre 41 Klong Toey, which is the first point of referral which provides comprehensive maternal and child health care, from prenatal care and support for pregnant women and their families to postnatal care in view of child developments. (...) Both the Centre and the Hospital receive subsidies from local authorities and are accessible for all inhabitants, including illegal immigrants.
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Score: 1167032.9 - https://www.who.int/pmnch/medi...u_pmnch_session/en/index2.html
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In UNICEF-supported areas, 144,974 women and children received essential health services, including immunization, prenatal, postnatal, HIV care. (...) As a result, 9,745 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). (...) This week, 23 girls, 17 boys and 3 women facing justice received integrated services including psychosocial support and legal assistance in court. 1,842 children and 3 women continue to receive psychosocial support.
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Score: 1165017.1 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...COVID19-SitRep-5-June-2020.pdf
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In the Kara and Savannah regions where UNICEF focuses its actions in the field of health, 13,382 pregnant women made at least one prenatal consultation. Nationally, 34,575 people have received counseling on infant and young child feeding in health facilities and 204 newly identified children (0-14 years old) living with HIV are on ART. (...) The Child Survival sector also supports immunization professionals to ensure that children receive their vaccines as planned. Funding Overview and Partnerships UNICEF Togo has received a few contributions from resource partners since the start of the pandemic. The education sector received US $ 70,000 from the Global Partnership for Education to support the overall coordination of the education sector response.
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Score: 1165017.1 - https://www.unicef.org/media/8...-COVID19-SitRep-4-May-2020.pdf
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Score: 1163182.2 - https://news.un.org/pt/tags/assistencia-prenatal
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Is it safe to continue prenatal check-ups? Giving birth in hospital Can my partner or family member be nearby when I give birth? (...) For more information about receiving a COVID-19 vaccination while pregnant, speak to your healthcare provider. (...) After your child is born, it is also important to continue receiving professional support and guidance, including routine immunizations.
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Score: 1161070.1 - https://www.unicef.org/iraq/st...nancy-during-covid-19-pandemic
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Is it safe to continue prenatal check-ups? Giving birth in hospital Can my partner or family member be nearby when I give birth? (...) For more information about receiving a COVID-19 vaccination while pregnant, speak to your healthcare provider.   (...) After your child is born, it is also important to continue receiving professional support and guidance, including routine immunizations.
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Score: 1161070.1 - https://www.unicef.org/eca/sto...ncy-during-covid-19-pandemic-0
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The move would benefit hundreds of millions of workers with family responsibilities who lack adequate protection, such as maternity leave or paid time off to attend prenatal exams.  Tweet URL We need to significantly increase investments in care. (...) Only 53 countries offered a right to paid time off for prenatal medical exams, while time off, income security and appropriate facilities for breastfeeding, were also lacking in many countries.  (...) “Plugging these care gaps should be seen as an investment that not only supports health and livelihoods but fundamental rights, gender equity and greater representation too, ” said Ms. Tomei.    ♦ Receive daily updates directly in your inbox - Subscribe here to a topic. ♦ Download the UN News app for your iOS or Android devices.  
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Score: 1146638.9 - https://news.un.org/en/story/2022/03/1113412
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In Madagascar, despite the fact that more than 86% of pregnant women have kept their appointments at the health centre, only 51% have completed the 4 prenatal consultations recommended by the World Health Organization (WHO) for better monitoring of pregnancy and its outcome. (...) UNICEF To this end, various good practices are recommended, including prenatal consultation during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal consultation (PNC) at the Health Centre, good nutrition for pregnant and breastfeeding women, exclusive breastfeeding for the first six months and breastfeeding until the child reaches two years of age, varied and diversified nutrition for the child. (...) More than 290,000 pregnant women and 220,000 newborns have received adequate nutrition and health services since 2017 See the story Photo essay A multi-pronged response to a complex emergency An analysis of child malnutrition in the region shows that more than 300,000 children are at risk in the months ahead See the story Article Train parents to screen for malnutrition Plus de 100 000 parents du sud de Madagascar ont été formés à l'utilisation d'un outil simple pour dépister la malnutrition chez leurs enfants.
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Score: 1146638.9 - https://www.unicef.org/madagascar/en/stories/1000-days-grow
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