Guide To Maternal, Newborn Child Health In Emergencies
In emergencies, our commitment continues as we strive to save the lives of young children and mothers by focusing emergency response resources where they are critically needed. The 7-11 approaches are implemented where feasible, and in a phased manner. Some services that need to be met in an emergency cannot be provided by WV, as they are outside our remit, expertise and mandate. In such situations, it is our role to advocate for other agencies to complement the WV response and fill the gap. Review and share The Guide today!
Executive Summary
About the Guide
Introduction to MNCH and World Vision’s Approaches
Chapter 1. MNCH and Nutrition Vulnerabilities and Risks in Emergencies
Chapter 2. Humanitarian Context Considerations
Key Emergency Principles and Operations for MNCH and Nutrition
Chapter 3. Communication and accountability
Chapter 4. Coordination and partnership
Chapter 5. Supplies and logistics
Chapter 6. Staff competencies
Chapter 7. Information management
Preventing maternal and newborn morbidity and mortality
Chapter 8. Key emergency actions for MNCH continuum of care
Chapter 9. Reproductive health
Chapter 10. Pregnancy
Chapter 11. Childbirth, and maternal and newborn care
Chapter 12. Nutrition
Nutrition for expectant and lactating mothers
Community management of acute malnutrition
Chapter 13. Child health
Chapter 14. Integration and cross-cutting themes
Technical tools
Tool 1. MNCH and nutrition key emergency response actions
Tool 2. Health implications assessment tool
Tool 3. Emergency MNCH and nutrition DADD
Tool 4. Checklist for MNCH and nutrition operations and programming
Tool 5. Operations checklist
Tool 6. Technical programming checklist
Tool 7. Monitoring indicator list
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Posted : 2012-09-06 20:16:25 GMT
Author/Authors : World Vision
Publishers : World Vision
ISBN Number : 978-0-918261-26-7

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Publication Date : June 2012
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