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Health and Nutrition

Free To Be Me
In this booklet, young people share their stories about living with HIV and staying healthy in Namibia today. You will find out everything you need to know about living happily and healthily with HIV. It is possible for young people to have exciting and fulfilling lives, even if they are HIV-positive.
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Fatherhood for an HIV-Free Generation

Research findings suggest that increased male support to mothers and male involvement in PMTCT could further boost positive outcomes of the PMTCT Programme. However, as in other sub-Saharan countries, participation of men in Maternal and Child Health (MCH) interventions including PMTCT remains negligible. 


National Guidelines on Infant and Young Child Feeding

Exclusive breastfeeding in the first six months of life fulfills the nutritional requirements and psychosocial care for the infant and creates an excellent bond between the mother and the baby. Furthermore, it reduces infectious diseases such as diarrhea, Acute Respiratory Tract Infections (ARI) and other infectious diseases. 


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Multisectoral Nutrition Implementation Plan

The SUN Country Implementation Plan will address various maternal, infant, and young child nutrition problems in the country. It has been developed based on existing policy and strategy documents such as the National Nutrition Strategic Plan 2011-2015 and was heavily informed by findings from the WHO Nutrition Landscape Analysis Report; 2012.


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