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TT Question and Answer Tetanus: Key Messages

Tetanus is a serious infection that causes painful muscular contractions and rigidity that can lead to respiratory paralysis and death. Read the key messages about tetanus here.


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UN4U photo contest

To celebrate UN Day (24 October) this year the United Nations is organising a UN4U photo contest.  This contest is open to all UN staff AND the general public (there will a winner from each category). In Papua New Guinea, the UN is introducing a local component. Find out how you can enter your fabulous PNG photos. //Download PDF//


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Rules of the Riskland Game

Riskland is a fun-filled educational board game for school students that conveys messages to help students learn about and understand disaster risk prevention. Learn the game rules here. //Download PDF//


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Papua New Guineas breastfeeding policy

What every health worker needs to know about the breast feeding policy.


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Infant feeding in the context of HV and AIDS

Guidelines to support health care workers in providing guidance to  HIV positive women and their partners when making decisions for infant feeding in the context of HIV and AIDS.


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Pneumonia and diarrhoea. Tackling the deadliest diseases for the world's poorest children

Pneumonia and diarrhoea are leading killers of the world's youngest children, accounting for 29 per cent of  deaths among children under age 5 worldwide, or more than 2 million lives lost each year.

This report makes a remarkable and compelling argument for tackling these two leading killers of children. //Download PDF//

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pneumonia, diarrhoea, child deaths, child health, children Papua New Guinea, UNICEF Papua New Guinea, UNICEF PNG, child health Papua New Guinea, child killers, Key facts on pneumonia and diarrhoea

Pneumonia and diarrhoea are the leading killers for vulnerable children. Here are some key facts about these diseases.


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Commiting to child survival. A call to action

The global community has the opportunity to end preventable child deaths within one generation. This is an ambitious goal, but with the knowledge, technical expertise and innovative tools available today, it can be achieved.


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Child protection during the election

A child protection advocacy poster promoting a violence-free and child-sensitive community during the election period.


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Lukautim Pikinini

A training manual for Faith Based Organisations for the protection, care and support of the most vulnerable children in Papua New Guinea.

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Elements of the PPTCT of HIV Programme

As with elsewhere in the region, most HIV positive children in Papua New Guinea are infected through parent-to-child-transmission during pregnancy, labour, delivery or breastfeeding. Without intervention, the risk of parent-to-child-transmission is about 35 percent; however, this can be greatly reduced with targeted interventions ...


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HIV resource material for young people

Out of school young people are often difficult to reach with HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health messages. The 'National HIV Prevention & Sexuality Education for Out of School Young People' is a package of teaching and learning material designed for out of school young people between the ages of 15 and 24.


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