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MAMI Care Pathway Package, v3 - Other translations

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Read the MAMI Care Pathway Package in English here

Afan Oromo

Some materials from the MAMI Care Pathway Package (V3) are available in Afan Oromo and are being used as part of implementation of the MAMI RISE randomised trial in Ethiopia. These materials were translated by UNICEF Ethiopia and we thank them for their contribution. Please contact the MAMI Global Network Coordinator to share any experiences with using these materials or if you identify the need for any corrections (mami@ennonline.net).

Arabic

The following materials are from the MAMI Care Pathway Package (V3) and have been kindly translated into Arabic by ADRA (Ahmed Aljabi, ADRA) and quality assured by Najwa Al Dheeb (UNICEF) and Linda Shaker Berbari (UNICEF). We thank them for their time and contributions. Please contact the MAMI Global Network Coordinator to share any experiences with using these materials or if you identify the need for any corrections (mami@ennonline.net).  

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