This narrated presentation describes Food for the Hungry’s and other partner organization’s experiences in using the Care Group methodology to address health and development needs in Haiti after the 2010 earthquake.
This document provides an overview of the Community-based Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses (C-IMCI) framework. The C-IMCI framework consists of three elements and a multi-sectoral platform that focus on specific behaviors and practices of health workers and caregivers of young children.
This document, developed by MCHIP, is an in-depth review of issues and questions that should be considered when addressing key issues relevant for large-scale CHW programs.
Essential Care for Every Baby by the American Academy of Pediatrics includes downloadable flip chart, provider guide, action plan and parent guide that can be downloaded for free. Available in Spanish as well.
Helping Babies Breathe is a downloadable guide created by the American Academy of Pediatrics to teach neonatal resuscitation in low resource settings. This link includes an implementation guide, a training kit that includes a link to ordering equipment (including a newborn simulator), and a facilitation video. This resources is also available in Spanish.
This resource includes a provider guide, flip chart, and poster. Available in English, Spanish, French, Swahili, and HIndi. You will need to register with reprolineplus to access (for free).
This toolkit, created by FIGO and ICM, is designed to provide infor & materials for: (1) HCPs so that they can prevent postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) through AMTSL and manage the most common causes; (2) health mngt teams & health facility managers so that they can ensure that all of the necessary supplies & equipment are available to practice AMTSL; and (3) policy makers so that they can advocate for necessary policy change to assure that active management of the third stage of labor is available to all women giving birth. This toolkit is only available online, It is available in English, French and Spanish. Visit the site.
This 2009 narrated presentation describes Food for the Hungry’s experience in using the Care Group Methodology to reduce hunger and malnutrition.
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