Resource Catergoriesgoto
  • Accute resperitory infections
  • Ante natal care for pregnant women
  • Birth spacing and limiting
  • Capacity building
  • Child Health
  • Child Health and Breastfeeding
  • Condoms pills and injectables
  • Control of diarrehal disease
  • Dengue Fever
  • Drug management
  • Education prevention and care
  • General statistics and lessons learned
  • Health facilities and health reform
  • Health policy issues
  • HIV/AIDS prevention
  • IEC BCC marketing concepts materials
  • IMCI
  • Immunization and child health
  • Improvement for capacity building
  • Informational and educational
  • Institutional development
  • IUDs and Norplan
  • Logistics Management
  • Malaria
  • Male and female sterilization
  • NRP Program
  • Nutrition and child health
  • Poorest Cambodians
  • Quality improvement
  • Safe Motherhood
  • Saving For Change
  • TB Malaria Dengue
  • Tetanus related to child health
  • The private sector
    IEC BCC marketing concepts materials
    01 Jan 92 World Education Prey Veng Health Education Project These lessons are meant to be a guide for you to use when teaching in the community. Using group discussion, pictures, short stories and demonstrations, these lessons help you teach in a participatory style rather than using lecture style. PUH.pdf
    01 Jul 99 Jill Sherman
    IEC Consultant
    Recommendations for IEC at RACHA 1999-2000 and Beyond This consultancy report includes a number of recommended next steps, activities, as well as approaches, to strengthen Racha IEC component. For the longer term, three levels of strategies are offered as alternatives, depending the level of funding that is available in the future. RACHA.pdf
    11 Apr 01 Health Messenger Nutrition Of Children (Health Messenger, Issue 11, April 2002) We need different types of nutrients. No one food provides all the nutrients needed to be healthy and different foods produce different nutrients. This is why we have to get a variety of
    foods every day. Moreover, the amount and type of nutrients we need depend upon whether we are young or old, male or female, sick or healthy and whether we do a lot of physical work or not.
    13 Oct 02 Health Messenger Antenental Care (Health Messenger: Issue 13, October 2002) In Cambodia, every year more
    than 2,000 women die of complications
    related to pregnancy and childbirth.
    Most of these deaths can be prevented if women receive proper care. Good antenatal care can reduce many risks of death, sickness and disability for both mothers and infants. Therefore, it is important to increase attendance to antenatal care, especially through outreach activities.