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Breastfeeding Leaflets and counselling cards for Tanzania

Author: QAP et al.
Year: 2007
Resource type: Field tool

A variety of material, not made for emergencies in particular but could be used or adapted if necessary. Often good drawings, which could be used. In Swahili or English. Although made for Tanzania could be used wherever people of African origin live.

  1. How to breastfeed your baby - LEAFLET www.qaproject.org/strat/stratHIVjobaids2.html#brochures
  2. How to breastfeed your baby - COUNSELLING CARD www.qaproject.org/strat/stratHIVjobaids.htm
  3. How to hand express breastmilk - COUNSELLING CARD www.qaproject.org/strat/stratHIVjobaids.htm

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engbreastfeed-qap-2007.pdf (PDF, 737kb)

swabreastfeed-qap-2007.pdf (PDF, 1.4mb)

how-to-breastfeeed-your-baby-counselling-cared-qap-eng-(y).pdf (PDF, 573kb)

how-to-breastfeeed-your-baby-counselling-cared-qap-swahili-(y).pdf (PDF, 573kb)

how-to-hand-express-b-milk-counselling-card-qap-eng-(x).pdf (PDF, 563kb)

how-to-hand-express-b-milk-counselling-card-qap-swahili-(x).pdf (PDF, 563kb)

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