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Factors associated exclusive breastfeeding practices of ...- assessment of hand wash practice and associated facor amon mother have under five childern ,Jul 07, 2015·Exclusive breastfeeding (EBF) is the best nutrition for the children during the first 6 months of life, yet despite knowing the clear benefits, the practice of EBF is low. The aim of the study is to determine prevalence of exclusive breastfeeding practice and associated factors in Addis Ababa. A facility based cross-sectional study with internal comparison was conducted among 648 mothers ...Assessment of knowledge and practices of healthcare ...Nov 12, 2018·Factors associated with healthcare workers infection prevention practice. In the bivariate analysis, sex, profession, service year, availability of water for hand washing in the healthcare worker’s ward or department, the presence of an infection prevention committee, availability of infection prevention guidelines, and ever having taken taking training on infection prevention were factors ...



Assessment of knowledge and practice of menstrual hygiene ...

Oct 14, 2015·The issue of menstrual hygiene is inadequately acknowledged and has not received proper attention. Use of sanitary pads and washing the genital area are essential practices to keep the menstrual hygiene. Unhygienic menstrual practices can affect the health of the girls and there is an increased vulnerability to reproductive tract infections and pelvic inflammatory diseases and other …

Family Planning Knowledge, Attitude and Practice among ...

Apr 23, 2013·Similar to EDHS (2011), this study revealed that more men than women have a desire for more children . This suggests that the low use of contraception among men is partly a well-reasoned decision, and not only a consequence of limited knowledge. In this study the mean ideal number of children was 4.2 and 4.6 among men and women respectively.

Family Planning Knowledge, Attitude and Practice among ...

Apr 23, 2013·Similar to EDHS (2011), this study revealed that more men than women have a desire for more children . This suggests that the low use of contraception among men is partly a well-reasoned decision, and not only a consequence of limited knowledge. In this study the mean ideal number of children was 4.2 and 4.6 among men and women respectively.

Implementing Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH)

WASH-BAT is a sector analysis and monitoring tool developed in 2011 by UNICEF and World Bank as part of the Marginal Budgeting for Bottlenecks approach. It aims to assess the enabling environment of

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Success Factors for Women’s and Children’s Health 1. Executive Summary Under 5 child mortality Reductions in mortality are associated with both improved coverage of effective interventions (e.g. full child immunization coverage increased from 69.8% to 90.1%; exclusive breastfeeding rate increased to 85%) to prevent and

Knowledge, attitude and techniques of breastfeeding among ...

Dec 21, 2013·Consequently, a number of studies have assessed knowledge, attitude and practice of breastfeeding in different parts of the world; however, such studies are limited among Nigerian mothers [23–26]. Furthermore, there is an apparent dearth of empirical data on breastfeeding techniques among nursing mothers in sub-Sahara Africa (SSA).

Child Neglect: A Guide for Prevention, Assessment and ...

children, new legislation, practice innovations, and system reform efforts. Significant advances in research have helped shape new directions for interventions, while ongoing evaluations help us to know “what works.” The Office on Child Abuse and Neglect (OCAN) within the Children…

(PDF) Hand Washing Practice And Its Determinant Factors ...

Assessment of Magnitude of Hand Washing Practice and Its Determinant Factors among Mothers/ Caretakers in Aman Sub-City , Bench Maji Zone, Southwest Ethiopia, 2017. Glob J …

Water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) promotion | NRC

Our WASH programmes focus on five thematic areas: supplying safe water for drinking, cooking, personal hygiene and household cleaning providing and maintaining latrines or toilets segregated by gender, or family units that are safe for women, girls, men and boys to use at all times

FACTORS INFLUENCING MALNUTRITION AMONG CHILDREN …

among children under the age of 5 years in Kweneng West District of Botswana. A case control study was conducted. The cases consisted of 37 underweight children under the age of 5 (n=37), andthe controls consisted of 76 children less than 5 years of age(n=76) recruited concurrently among the under-five children attending Letlhakeng Child Welfare

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with HIV/AIDS in 2001, that nearly 25 million people have died of AIDS since the disease was first discovered in the early 1980’s, and that more than 15.6 million children under 15, have lost either their mother, their father, or both parents as a direct result of AIDS (UNAIDS, 2001).

Effectiveness of hand hygiene interventions in reducing ...

Six studies included children under 3 years.19, 24, 37, 46, 47, 53 These were retained because the interventions included hand hygiene for children as well as staff. Four studies included students over the typical maximum primary school age of 11 years. 27 , 34 , 36 , 37 These were retained because students’ education level was likely to be ...

Hygienic practices and diarrheal illness among persons ...

Aug 31, 2016·Knowledge, attitudes, and practices on diarrhea prevention. Table 2 shows handwashing behaviors and attitudes towards hygienic measures for the camp and the slum. Fewer participants in the IDP camp (64 %) thought washing dirty hands was necessary as compared to participants in in the slum (84 %) (P = 0.0117), although this may have been based, at least in part, on a lack of available water …

Menstrual hygiene management among adolescent girls in ...

Objectives To assess the status of menstrual hygiene management (MHM) among adolescent girls in India to determine unmet needs. Design Systematic review and meta-analysis. We searched PubMed, The Global Health Database, Google Scholar and references for studies published from 2000 to September 2015 on girls’ MHM. Setting India. Participants Adolescent girls. Outcome measures …

WATER, SANITATION, AND HYGIENE IN HEALTH CARE …

6. Low-cost WASH interventions rapidly reduce the spread of health care-associated infections 7. Innovative and environmentally-friendly approaches for WASH improvement 8. Alcohol-based hand rub is a lifesaving technology, but not a substitute for safe, reliable water 9.

Management of moderate malnutrition in under-5 …

Nov 16, 2007·Children with stunting but no wasting have muscle and fat mass in relation to their height that is close to normal, but they have delayed bone growth. Providing extra energy is likely to be of little help, as bone growth is not an energy consuming process. Also, excess energy may unnecessarily increase fat mass. On the other hand, these children

Assessment of knowledge and practice of menstrual hygiene ...

Oct 14, 2015·The issue of menstrual hygiene is inadequately acknowledged and has not received proper attention. Use of sanitary pads and washing the genital area are essential practices to keep the menstrual hygiene. Unhygienic menstrual practices can affect the health of the girls and there is an increased vulnerability to reproductive tract infections and pelvic inflammatory diseases and other …

Eco-social and behavioural determinants of diarrhoea in ...

Apr 03, 2016·Factors related to the under-five children (Age, gender and nutritional status), factors related to mother (hand-washing behaviour and education of mothers) and eco-social factors (water and sanitation, healthcare services, cultural and societal values and income of the household) are the identified determinants for diarrhoea in under-five ...

Undernutrition among tribal children in Palghar district ...

Feb 27, 2019·Background Maharashtra is the richest Indian state. However, prevalence of undernutrition is unacceptably high in Maharashtra, particularly among the tribal children. In 2005, child malnutrition claimed as many as 718 lives in one single district namely Palghar. Even after a decade of double-digit economic growth, in 2016, more than 600 children died due to under-nutrition in the …

Why is nutrition assessment important? Nutrition Assessment

protocols and cutoffs for anthropometric assessment of this age group. Data from 21 Demographic and Health Surveys showed that acute malnutrition based on WHZ in infants under 6 months of age is a prevalent public health problem (Kerac, M. et al. 2011. “Prevalence of Wasting among under 6 …

The epidemiology of undernutrition and its determinants in ...

Jul 31, 2019·Determinants of wasting among children under five years in Ghana. The determinants of wasting among children under five years have been presented in Table 4. In the final model, child’s age, sex, dietary diversity score, husband/partner’s educational level, and wealth index were found to be significantly associated with wasting.

Male Involvement in Maternal Health Care at Anomabo ...

Jun 21, 2017·Background . Globally, male involvement in maternal health care services remains a challenge to effective maternal health care accessibility and utilization. Objective . This study assessed male involvement in maternal health care services and associated factors in Anomabo in the Central Region of Ghana. Methods . Random sampling procedures were employed in selecting 100 adult …

Effectiveness of hand hygiene interventions in reducing ...

Six studies included children under 3 years.19, 24, 37, 46, 47, 53 These were retained because the interventions included hand hygiene for children as well as staff. Four studies included students over the typical maximum primary school age of 11 years. 27 , 34 , 36 , 37 These were retained because students’ education level was likely to be ...

Here's What Older At-Risk People Should Know About the ...

Mar 06, 2020·A recent study in the Journal of the American Medical Association showed that children 10 and under accounted for just 1 percent of all COVID-19 cases, while those between the ages of …