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Based on 2017 DPR Korea MICS Selected MICS Indicators Total Province DPRK South Hwanghae Demography Total population (thousands) 24.056 2.392 Rural population (%) 39 64 Children under five (%) 7,0 7,2 Total Fertility Rate 1,9 2,1 Possessions and ICT Population in Wealth Index Group 1 (%) 20 48 Households with a Mobile phone (%) 69 53 Exposure to mass media (%) 80 78 ICT skills, female (%) 30 16 ICT skills, male (%) 41 30 Households with a refrigerator (%) 30 19 Health Diarrhoea prevalence 11 13 Antenatal Care coverage at least four times 94 90 Full content of antenatal care 88 88 Neonatal tetanus protection 84 84 Home delivery 8 13 Skilled attendant at delivery by (assistant) doctor 90 90 Post-natal health check for the newborn 98 99 Skin-to-skin-care 27 12 Nutrition Iodized Salt consumption 37,5 31 Wasting prevalence 2,5 3,4 Stunting prevalence 19,0 19 Minimum dietary diversity 47 46 Minimum acceptable diet 29 24 Early initiation of breastfeeding 43 33 Water and sanitation Use of basic drinking water 93 87 Piped water into dwelling 58 39 Faecal contamination of source water 24 36 Use of safely managed drinking water 61 48 Use of improved sanitation facilities 84 73 Piped sewer system 47 28 Correctly managed sanitation 48 35 Basic drinking water AND sanitation service 78 63 Protection Inadequate supervision 16 15 Violent discipline 59 67 Attitudes towards physical punishment 21 24 Child labour 5 12 Attitudes towards domestic violence 10 1 Early Development Availability of children's books 50 41 Early child development index 88 73 Attendance to early childhood education 73 77 Education Female higher education attainment 20 16 Male higher education attainment 37 31 Upper Secondary Net attendance ratio 95 93 Report card received 93 95 Children with foundational reading skills 95 96 Children with foundational numeracy skills 82 86 The 26 indicators used for the performance classification overview of the province are bold in the above list. (...) Central Bureau of Statistics South Hwanghae province profile Generating evidence to deliver for children Nutrition status of children under-5 Learning skills Infant and young child feeding Children in inadequate care and children victim of violent discipline Health: key obstetric indicators Possessions and communication Population using safely managed water and correctly managed sanitation 2,5 19 3,4 19 0 5 10 15 20 wasting stunting Total South Hwanghae 95 82 88 96 86 73 0 20 40 60 80 100 120 Foundational Reading skills Foundational Numerical skills Early Childhood development index South HwanghaeTotal 29 43 24 33 0 10 20 30 40 50 Minimum acceptable diet Early initiation of Breastfeeding South HwanghaeTotal 16 59 15 67 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 Inadequate care violent discipline method Total South Hwanghae 88 90 27 88 90 12 0 20 40 60 80 100 Full ANC Content SBA by doctor / assistant Skin-to-skin contact South HwanghaeTotal 20 80 69 48 78 53 0 20 40 60 80 100 % Population in Wealth quintile 1 Exposure to Mass Media Mobile phone possession South HwanghaeTotal 48 61 35 48 0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 Correctly managed sanitation Safely managed water Total South Hwanghae Performance classification overview Province classified red (out of 26) 16 Province classified green (out of 26) 0 Overall classification The tertile method is used to clas- sify the provinces.
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Score: 1383382.4 - https://www.unicef.org/dprk/si...19-11/3.9-South%20Hwanghae.pdf
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EENC begins with the  First Embrace  or sustained skin-to-skin contact between the mother and child shortly after birth. (...) In addition, customs and beliefs among some communities and health care providers may act as a barrier to full implementation of EENC. Changing practices requires a supportive environment, informed families and individuals that insist on best practices from health care providers.  Skin-to-skin contact should be followed by proper clamping and cutting of the umbilical cord with sterile instruments.
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Score: 1376486.3 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...n-to-save-newborns-in-viet-nam
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Search results Dominican Republic Available in: Español English Photo essay 11 October 2022 Serious damage left Hurricane Fiona “We could hear the wind under our bed,” the memory of Fiona’s passage through the Dominican Republic Page 09 October 2022 All children learn in the Dominican Republic Inclusive, relevant and quality education and comprehensive care services for every child. Article 15 March 2022 Care for Child Development Case Studies Cuidado para el Desarrollo Infantil Article 08 August 2021 Skin-to-skin contact has been a gift of life for Nellys Skin-to-skin contact has been a gift of life for little Nellys Article 08 August 2021 Thiago lived in and out of hospitals; today, he is healthy Thiago lived in and out of hospitals; today, he is a healthy child Article 08 August 2021 Cordelia's wish: seeing her little Angel grow Cordelia's wish: seeing her little Angel grow News note 09 April 2021 Dominican Republic receives the first batch of COVID-19 vaccines through the COVAX Mechanism The 91,200 doses received on Tuesday will be used to complete the immunization cycle of health personnel, already vaccinated with their first dose with AstraZeneca.
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Score: 1375723.4 - https://www.unicef.org/lac/en/topics/dominican-republic
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Topics Publications HRP research programme About us Staff Contact us Kangaroo mother care Practical guide Authors : World Health Organization, Department of Reproductive Health and Research Publication details Number of pages : 48 Publication date : 2003 Languages : English, French, Spanish ISBN : 92 4 1590351 Downloads Practical guide Español Français Kangaroo mother care is a method of care of preterm infants. The method involves infants being carried, usually by the mother, with skin-to-skin contact. This guide is intended for health professionals responsible for the care of low-birth-weight and preterm infants. Designed to be adapted to local conditions, it provides guidance on how to organize services at the referral level and on what is needed to provide effective kangaroo mother care. The guide includes practical advice on when and how the kangaroo mother care method can best be applied.
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Score: 1374163.9 - https://www.who.int/reproducti...erinatal_health/9241590351/en/
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As a result, immediate newborn care practices have drastically improved in Cambodia, China, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Viet Nam. In participating health facilities, 72% of newborn infants are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact with mothers. Nearly half remain in skin-to-skin contact through the first breastfeeding, and four out of five are exclusively breastfed in the first days of life. However, only 7% of preterm newborn infants receive Kangaroo Mother Care, which generally includes skin-to-skin contact, feeding with breast milk, and additional support for mother and baby.
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Score: 1373438.7 - https://www.who.int/republicof...stance-and-essential-medicines
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As a result, immediate newborn care practices have drastically improved in Cambodia, China, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Viet Nam. In participating health facilities, 72% of newborn infants are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact with mothers. Nearly half remain in skin-to-skin contact through the first breastfeeding, and four out of five are exclusively breastfed in the first days of life. However, only 7% of preterm newborn infants receive Kangaroo Mother Care, which generally includes skin-to-skin contact, feeding with breast milk, and additional support for mother and baby.
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Score: 1373438.7 - https://www.who.int/laos/news/...stance-and-essential-medicines
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As a result, immediate newborn care practices have drastically improved in Cambodia, China, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Viet Nam. In participating health facilities, 72% of newborn infants are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact with mothers. Nearly half remain in skin-to-skin contact through the first breastfeeding, and four out of five are exclusively breastfed in the first days of life. However, only 7% of preterm newborn infants receive Kangaroo Mother Care, which generally includes skin-to-skin contact, feeding with breast milk, and additional support for mother and baby.
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Score: 1373438.7 - https://www.who.int/japan/news...stance-and-essential-medicines
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If a pregnant woman doesn’t go to health care facilities for antenatal care, she may not get the correct information on appropriate nutrition nor have assessed maternal and fetal growth, well-being and presence of risks that may lead to a bad outcome, such as hypertension and diabetes. (...) At the core of EENC is a protected and prolonged skin-to-skin cuddle between mother and baby, which helps babies to become pink, warm and healthy. Skin-to-skin contact also helps stabilize the baby's circulatory system and breathing and promotes early and exclusively breast feeding, one of the most lifesaving things we can give to babies.
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Score: 1373411.2 - https://www.who.int/vietnam/ne...-lack-of-proper-health-support
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As a result, immediate newborn care practices have drastically improved in Cambodia, China, the Lao People's Democratic Republic, Mongolia, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines, Solomon Islands and Viet Nam. In participating health facilities, 72% of newborn infants are now placed in immediate skin-to-skin contact with mothers. Nearly half remain in skin-to-skin contact through the first breastfeeding, and four out of five are exclusively breastfed in the first days of life. However, only 7% of preterm newborn infants receive Kangaroo Mother Care, which generally includes skin-to-skin contact, feeding with breast milk, and additional support for mother and baby.
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Score: 1372485.8 - https://www.who.int/westernpac...stance-and-essential-medicines
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Other interventions In addition to the antibiotics and depending on the stage of the disease, other interventions such as wound care, lymphoedema management, surgery (mainly debridement and skin grafting to speed up healing) and physiotherapy are needed. (...) The integrated approach to the control of skin related NTDs provides an opportunity to integrate Buruli ulcer detection and its management with these diseases.     (...) BackgroundSkin-related neglected tropical diseases, or “skin NTDs”, are historically neglected because active case detection, individual...
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Score: 1371383.7 - https://www.who.int/health-topics/buruli-ulcer
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