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Mothers

Repositioning postnatal care in a high HIV environment: Swaziland

2008
Author: 
Warren. Charlotte. Shongwe, Rachel. Waligo, Allen. Mahdi, Mohammed. Mazia, Goldy. Narayanan, Indira
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Special Collections: Swazi Focus
Accession no: 
CA BS/573
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
Washington, DC: Popualtion Council
Physical description: 
[iv], 53p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. BASIC. Swaziland Government. Central Statistics Office. Intervention. Postnatal Package. Birth. Infants. Maternal Health. Newborn Health. Pre-Discharge Care. Essential Care. Quality of Care. Client-Provider Interaction. Postpartum Women. Infant Feeding. Follow-up Care. Testing. Disclosure. Family planning. Service Delivery. Prevention. PMTCT. Support. Counseling. Women. Mothers.

Where there is no doctor: a village health care handbook for Africa

2004
Author: 
Werner, David. Thuman, Carol. Maxwell, Jane. Pearson, Andrew
Classification no: 
Care
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
CA BS/730
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
Oxford: Macmillan
Physical description: 
[xxxxv] 440p.: ill.
Keywords: 
Village Health Worker. Needs. Prevention. treatment. Medicines. home Cures. sicknesses. Non-infectious Diseases. Infectious Diseases. patient examination. Diagnosis. Nutrition. Caring. Healing. Antibiotics. Dosage instruction. Injections. First Aid. Eating Well. Tuberculosis. TB. Skin Problems. Eyes. Teeth. gums. mouth. Urinary System. Genitals. Mothers. Midwives. Women. Family Planning. Children. Medicine Kit.
Notes: 
3 copies

Maternal and newborn health

2008
Author: 
United Nations Children's Fund
Series title: 
The State of the World'd Children, 2009
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
OR BS/802
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: UNICEF
Physical description: 
v, 158p.: ill.
Keywords: 
OVC. Maternal Deaths. Mothers. Nigeria. Millennium Development Goals. Universal Access to Reproductive Health. Sri Lanka. Africa. Asia. Figures. Supportive Environment. Health Promotion. Healthy Behavoiur. Primary Health Care. Health Workers. Maternity Services. Peru. Southern Sudan. Continuum of Care. Risks. Neonatal Tetanus. Hypertensive Disorders. Midwifery. Afganistan. Ghana. Mother Care. HIV/Malaria Co-infection. Pregnancy. Adolescent Girls. Liberia. Protection. Health Systems. Burundi. Partnerships. Collaborations. Health Information Systems. HIS. Statistics.
Notes: 
3 copies.

Child survival

2008
Author: 
United Nations Children's Fund
Series title: 
The State ofAfrica's Children
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
OR BS/803
Type of material: 
Book
Publication details: 
New York: UNICEF
Physical description: 
ii, 54p.: ill.
Keywords: 
The State of the World's Children. Infant mortality. Infants. OVC. Africa, Sub-Saharan. Millennium Development Goals. MDGs. Health Related. Child Deaths. Infant Diagnosis. Malawi. South Africa. Sierra Leone. Children of Conflict. Health-Care Systems. Disease Control. Primary Health Care. Eritrea. Community Partnerships. Mothers. Newborns. Babies. Community-Based Approaches. National Policies. Nutrition. Ethopia. Sudan. ImmunizationServices. Access. Clean Water. Sanitation Facilities. Good governance. Mozambique.
Notes: 
3 copies

Beyond the targets: ensuring children benefit from expanded access to HIV/AIDS treatment

2004
Author: 
Webb, Douglas. D'Allesandro, Christina.
Classification no: 
Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Collection: 
Open Shelves
Accession no: 
OR BS/972
Type of material: 
Booklet
Publication details: 
London: International Save The Children Alliance
Physical description: 
v, 33p.
Keywords: 
Ireland, Elaine. Poole, Helen Jean. Towse, Hilary. Guthrie, Anna. Long, Sian. Care. Protection. Orphanrd Children. OVC. Antiretroviral Therapy. ART. PMTCT. Mothers. Prevention. HIV Infections. Child Support. Perinatal Transmission. Paidiatric AIDS.