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© UNICEF Cambodia/2012/Bona Khoy
At Kratie provincial referral hospital, near a mother with her newborn is a care package for use after delivery. It includes a card to record her baby’s immunisations and growth, a card listing her vaccinations against tetanus, iron folic and Vitamin A.
In 2012, the Committees for UNICEF in Denmark, Norway and Lithuania pledged their commitment to support UNICEF Cambodia to make a lasting difference for child survival in Cambodia. As part of this initiative, and with the support of these three National Committees, UNICEF Cambodia has been able to: train 261 (39 per cent) midwives from the targeted 136 health centres on improved routine practices for antenatal care (ANC) and delivery, with a strengthened focus on post-partum care; deliver integrated maternal newborn child health and nutrition (MNCHN) services (covering ANC, immunization, growth monitoring and referral, micronutrient supplementation) to poor urban communities in eight settlements of four operational districts in Phnom Penh; and, supported the scale up of home care to sick children to 25 additional underserved villages, bringing to 541, the cumulative total of villages reaching 69,940 children under 5.

 

 
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