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Tanzania Demographic and Health Survey

National Bureau of Statistics, Eds.: inistry of Health and Social Welfare (MoHSW), Tanzania Food and Nutrition Centre (TFNC), et al., (2011)



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Video: Is your child sick?/JE, MTOTO WAKO NI MGONJWA?

Medical Aid Films, (2015)


JE, MTOTO WAKO NI MGONJWA? MUDA MREFU FILAMU - KUHARISHA, NYUMONIA, MALARIA This film is the full length version of the Is Your Child Sick? videos on pneumonia, diarrhoea and malaria. The film is aimed at community health workers, parents and communities to teach them the important signs and symptoms to look for in a sick child and why they need to make sure they seek help as early as possible from a skilled health worker. Accessed 29 January 2015
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Video: How to care for a newborn/NAMNA YA KUMTUNZA MTOTO ALIEZALIWA

Medical Aid Films, (2015)


Swahili version of How to care for a newborn, full length film. Showing warning signs in the newborn and what to do when a newborn is not breathing Accessed 26 January 2015
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Video: Newborn care/MASAA YA AWALI BAADA YA KUJIFUNGUA

Medical Aid Films, (2014)


Swahili version of Newborn care, the first hours after delivery. Including warning signs in the newborn baby Accessed 26 January 2015
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Cervical Cancer/Kansa ya shingo la kizazi

Helen Mtui, Eds.: Muhimbili University of Health and Allied Sciences (MUHAS) , (2014)


For full publication see: http://hesperian.org/wp-content/uploads/pdf/sw_hmx/sw_cervicalcancerflyer_HelenMtui_2014.pdf Accessed Otober 2014.
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Video: Cervical Cancer/SARATANI YA MLANGO WA KIZAZI - UCHUNGUZI NA NJIA ZA MATIBABU

Medical Aid Films, (2014)


This film is the first of three in our cervical cancer series. Please see the other two below. With thanks to BBC Africa for dubbing. Medical Aid Films imetengeneza filamu hii kuelezea mabadiliko ya chembechembe wakati wa dalili za awali za saratani na saratani ya mlango wa kizazi inavyotokea. Pia itaelezea unachopaswa kufanya kujilinda dhidi ya ugonjwa huu kwa kufanya maamuzi sahihi ya kiafya, kuhudhuria vipimo vya saratani na umuhimu wa kupata matibabu. Second part: http://medicalaidfilms.org/our-films/swahili-language-films/?v=95873128 Third part: http://medicalaidfilms.org/our-films/swahili-language-films/?v=95873129
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Video: Manual removal of the placenta (MROP)/KUONDOA KONDO LA NYUMA KWA KUTUMIA MIKONO

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili version of Manual removal of the placenta (MROP). Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service. Retained placenta can lead to post-partum haemorrhage, which is responsible for a third of all maternal deaths.. This is a challenging procedure that must be done manually.
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Video: Administration of parenteral antibiotics/USIMAMIZI NA UTOAJI WA DAWA ZA ANTIBIOTICS KWA NJIA ISIYO YA KAWAIDA

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili Version of Administration of parenteral antibiotics.Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service. Video also available in English, French and Somali at: http://www.medicalaidfilms.org/film/how-to-give-intravenous-antibiotics-in-pregnancy/
http://www.medicalaidfilms.org/film/usimamizi-na-u...


Video: How to use a partograph/NAMNA YA KUTUMIA PATOGRAFIA

Medical Aid Films, (2013)


Swahili version of How to use a partograph. Translation and voice over thanks to Alex Mureithi and Zawadi Machibya and their colleagues at the BBC Swahili Service A vital tool for the care of every woman in labour. The partograph is a graphic record of vital observations during the course of labour in order to assess its progress and carry out appropriate interventions if and when necessary. Correct use of the partograph can help prevent and manage prolonged or obstructed labour and serious complications, including ruptured uterus, obstetric fistula, and stillbirth. The partograph was developed in Africa (Zimbabwe in about 1970) and has become adopted worldwide.
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