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Malaria - Treatment - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Malaria - Treatment - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The mobisode discusses the symptoms and mode of treatment of malaria. It also elaborates upon dietary recommendations and restrictions in malaria. Question: What are the symptoms of malaria? Voice Over Answer: o High and fluctuating fever o Chills with joint pain o Headache and stomach ache o Vomiting Question: What should be done if a person is diagnosed with malaria? Voice Over Answer: o Start the treatment as soon as possible o Complete the full course of medicine even if the malaria symptoms are alleviated o Give liquid diet to the patient to overcome dehydration o Give light and healthy food to the patient to avoid malnutrition Suggested Audience: Mothers, fathers, children, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Treatment, fever, vomiting, symptoms, blood test, mosquito breeding, stagnant water, mosquitoes, malaria, ANM, Anganwadi, prevention, mosquito nets
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
324 views, 47 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Malaria - Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Malaria - Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobisode focuses on prevention of malaria. Stagnant water can become a breeding ground for the mosquitoes that transmit malaria. The video demonstrates the ways to prevent spread malaria through a set of questions and answers. Question: How can we prevent malaria? Voice Over Answer: o Don't let the water stagnate inside the house and in the surroundings o Cover the clean water pots and tanks o Indoor residual spray (IRS) with insecticides inside the house o Sleep inside insecticide treated mosquito nets o Wear full sleeve clothes Question: What are the dangers of malaria to a pregnant woman? Voice Over Answer: o Malaria can lead to anaemia in mothers o The child delivered may be underweight o Malaria can also increase the risk of miscarriage o It can be dangerous for mother's life Suggested Audience: Mothers, fathers, children, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Mosquito breeding, stagnant water, mosquitoes, malaria, ANM, Anganwadi, prevention, mosquito nets,
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
199 views, 44 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Timely Immunization in the First Year - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Timely Immunization in the First Year - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: In this mobisode, Ammaji narrates the story of Roshni and her friends. Roshni creates awareness among her friends about the importance of timely immunization of child in the first year after birth. Question: What should the parents do if a child misses a vaccination during his/her immunization cycle? Voice Over Answer: o There is no need to do anything However, this is wrong and the right answer is that cycle should be started as soon as possible. Suggested Audience: Pregnant women, husbands, mother-in-laws, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Measles, immunization card, immunization cycle, ANM, Anganwadi, newborn, infection, fever, fetus
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
304 views, 45 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Preganancy and Tetanus - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Preganancy and Tetanus - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobile episode highlights the importance of tetanus vaccine for pregnant women and how it protects mother and baby from life threatening diseases. It also emphasises the importance of institutional delivery and its benefits. Question: What all one should know about tetanus? Voice Over Answer: o It is difficult to treat o If the mother is immunized against tetanus, fetus also gets the protection o Delivery should only be in hospital or health centre Question: Why tetanus injection is important for a pregnant woman? Voice Over Answer: o There is a risk of pregnant woman contracting infection through tetanus bacteria during delivery o Tetanus vaccination protects both pregnant woman and her fetus Suggested Audience: Pregnant women, husbands, mother-in-laws, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: Pregnancy, tetanus injection, hospital, delivery, diseases, ANM, Anganwadi, newborn, infection, fever, fetus
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
328 views, 27 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Immunization - Availibility - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Immunization - Availibility - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The mobile episode emphasises the importance of timely vaccination to a child immediately after birth. Question: Which key facts should we know about the vaccination? Voice Over Answer: o Vaccination is available for free of cost o A child should be vaccinated even if he/she has fever o Vaccination facility is available in all anganwadis or sub-centre Question: How can we ensure complete vaccination of the child? Voice Over Answer: o Delivery should be in a hospital or health centre o Vaccinate the child as per the immunization schedule/card o Carry immunization card even during travel also as it is valid in the entire country Suggested Audience: Mothers, fathers, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: ANM, Anganwadi, fever, newborn, vaccination, sub-health centre, immunization card, polio, ORS
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
340 views, 37 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
How Immunization Protects – Special Reference to Measles - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

How Immunization Protects – Special Reference to Measles - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: Importance of immunization with special reference to measles is the central theme of this mobisode. Following important questions have been addressed in the mobisode. Question: What are the risks of not getting a child immunized? Voice Over Answer: o Child can get deadly diseases o It can affect the growth and health of the child o Without the protection of immunization, childhood diseases may lead to death of the child Question: What are the benefits of immunization? Voice Over Answer: o It gives lifelong protection to child o Child is secured from diseases and illnesses o Child stays healthy Suggested Audience: Mothers, fathers, mother-in-laws, care givers, ANM, ASHA, AWW and community members.
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Tags: ANM, Anganwadi, fever, newborn, measles, immunization, polio drops, Hepatitis-B
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
209 views, 37 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
HIV - Testing & Counseling - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

HIV - Testing & Counseling - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobisode emphasise the need of testing and counseling. It also addresses an important question on HIV testing. Question: Why is it important to get tested if HIV is suspected? Voice Over Answer: o Treatment can be started on time and the person can be provided correct counseling o ICTC counselor can counsel HIV infected person on how he/she can lead life normally o To prevent spread of HIV infection to others Suggested Audience: PLWHA, care givers, ASHA, ANM, and community members.
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Tags: Testing, counseling, testing, hospital, doctor, blood transmission, ICTC counselor, HIV, infection, treatment
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
208 views, 40 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
HIV - Stigma and PLWHA - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

HIV - Stigma and PLWHA - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The mobile episode highlights the stigma and discrimination faced by the people living with HIV/AIDS in society. It explains how these people are ignored and excluded in the society. The mobisode addresses following question on this issue. Question: How can we support people living with HIV? Voice Over Answer: o Discuss about HIV transmission openly and spread correct information on the same among everyone o Support people living with HIV to live their life to the fullest o Support people living with HIV to fight against discrimination and help them get their rights o If one comes across instances of discrimination against people living with HIV in the society then he/she should give correct information on HIV to the perpetrators Suggested Audience: PLWHA, care givers, ASHA, ANM, and community members.
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Tags: Stigma, discrimination, PLWHA, ANM, panchayat, rights, HIV test, infection
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
187 views, 35 downloads
Mobisode Language: 
HIV -  Prevention & Reduction - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

HIV - Prevention & Reduction - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobisode focuses on prevention and reduction of HIV. The village health worker creates awareness among village women on safe sex, being faithful to one's partner, talking to him/her openly on use of condom and family planning. Question: How can we prevent HIV? Voice Over Answer: o Youth should not rush into sexual intercourse o Husband and wife should be faithful to each other o Always use condom while having sex Suggested Audience: Husband/wife, mothers, fathers, care givers, ASHA, ANM, and community members.
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Tags: HIV, infection, safe sex, ASHA, ANM, condoms, youth, husband, wife, risk, prevention
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
196 views, 27 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
HIV - PPTCT - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

HIV - PPTCT - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The focal area of the mobisode is Prevention of Parent to Child Transmission (PPTCT). It also brings out the importance of timely HIV testing for every pregnant woman. Question: Why is it important for pregnant women to get tested for HIV at the earliest? Voice Over Answer: o To provide special care to mother and child if required o To prevent and minimise mother-to-child infection Question: What information is provided in ICTC to a pregnant woman during the HIV test? Voice Over Answer: o Complete and correct information on HIV infection o Complete and correct information on how to take care of oneself and soon to be born baby is provided to the mother o Information on medicines and prevention to minimise the risk of HIV infection in the newborn o Information on family planning Suggested Audience: Pregnant women, husbands, mothers, fathers, care givers, ASHA, ANM, and community members.
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Tags: ANC, Tetnus, ANM, pregnancy, PPTCT, HIV test, infection,
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
202 views, 49 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
HIV - Modes of HIV Transmission - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

HIV - Modes of HIV Transmission - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobile episode dwells upon modes of HIV transmission. It also dispels the myths and misconception about HIV/AIDS in the community. The voice over explains four modes of HIV transmission: o Having unprotected sex with someone who is HIV infected o Sharing needles, syringes with HIV infected person o Blood transfusion from a HIV infected person o Pregnant mothers infected with HIV can pass on the virus to their babies Question: How does HIV infection spread and why is it important for everyone to have correct information about the infection and its transmission? Voice Over Answer: o Anybody can get HIV infection o Through correct information a person can protect himself/herself and his/her family o Correct information can help in preventing spread of HIV infection o Providing correct information to HIV infected people and dispelling their myths can help them live respectfully in the society Suggested Audience: Mothers, fathers, care givers, ASHA, ANM, and community members.
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Tags: Newborn, infection, HIV, AIDS, pregnant woman, myths and misconception, unprotected sex, needle, syringe, blood transfusion, virus, awareness
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
117 views, 45 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Disaster and Preparedness - Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Disaster and Preparedness - Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The mobisode starts with Ammaji narrating a story to children on how Rajpura villagers joined hands to deal with floods. Question: What should we do in an emergency or a disaster? Voice Over Answer: o Take people to a safe place immediately o With the help of government officers try to find missing people and protect them o Keep first-aid kit ready beforehand o Provide special care to pregnant women and children o Organise for food, drinking water and toilet facility in advance Question: What all should we carry in an emergency or a disaster before leaving the house? Voice Over Answer: o Torch and battery o Candle and match box o Radio o Drinking water o Food which can be eaten without cooking o First-aid kit o A thick rope can be very useful in many ways o Chlorine tablets to clean the water Suggested Audience: Villagers, care givers, ASHA, Anganwadi, community members and Gram Panchayat
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Tags: Disaster, emergency situation, flood, drinking water, preparedness, casualities, panchayat, first-aid kit, nurse
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
90 views, 28 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Disaster and Preparedness - Preparedness - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Disaster and Preparedness - Preparedness - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: This mobisode highlights the importance of community preparedness in emergencies and disasters such as flood, earthquake etc. in advance. The mobisode addresses following key questions on disaster preparedness. Question: Why should we be prepared for an emergency or disasters? Voice Over Answer: o Preparing in advance can save lives o We can minimise personal losses and avoid panic situation. o Also, preparing in advance can reduce casualties and loss of lives Question: How can we prepare ourselves to face any emergency or disaster? Voice Over Answer: o Discuss within the family and distribute roles and responsibilities of each member o Organise a practice session/mock drill in the village on disaster management through panchayat's help o Devise strategies for raising alarm in village during a disaster o Identify the routes to reach to safe places beforehand Suggested Audience: Villagers, care givers, ASHA, Anganwadi, community members and Gram Panchayat
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Tags: Disaster, emergency situation, flood, earthquake, lives, preparedness, casualities, panchayat, practice session
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
89 views, 25 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Diarrhea -  Home based management - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Diarrhea - Home based management - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: In this mobile episode ASHA and anganwadi worker create awareness among villagers through a game of 'fill in the blanks'. They also talk about how important it is to keep the surroundings clean for diarrhea prevention. In the end a question on prevention of diarrhea has been answered by the voice over. Question: How can we prevent diarrhea? Voice Over Answer: o Always use safe drinking water o Exclusive breastfeeding of child below 6 months o Wash hands properly with soap o Always take fresh and hygienic food o Use toilet and ensure safe disposal of child faeces Suggested Audience: Parents, care givers, ASHA, Anganwadi and community members.
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Tags: Diarrhea, toilet, handwashing, soap, safe drinking water, surroundings, cleanliness, exclusive breastfeeding, ORS, Zinc
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
101 views, 43 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi
Diarrhea - Causes & Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Diarrhea - Causes & Prevention - IPC Mobile Episodes 'Ammaji'

Synopses: The mobile episode discusses the symptoms, effects and management of diarrhea through the following questions: Question: What are the consequences of diarrhea if it is not treated on time? Voice Over Answer: o If the child is not given ORS and Zinc tablet on time it may cause dehydration which can be life-threatening o During diarrhea reducing food and water intake of child can lead to malnutrition o If the treatment at home is not started on time by giving the child ORS and Zinc tablet, eventually, he/she will have to be hospitalised Question: What should we do if the child has diarrhea? Voice Over Answer: o Give ORS solution to the child till the time he/she has diarrhea and also give Zinc tablet to the child for 14 days. o Keep breastfeeding the child below the age of 6 months and increase the frequency of breastfeeding o Keep giving food to a child above the age of 6 months along with breastfeeding Suggested Audience: Parents, care givers, ASHA, Anganwadi and community members.
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Tags: Diarrhea, ORS, Zinc, breastfeeding, food, child, prevention
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Categories: Facts for Life Communication Initiative
101 views, 32 downloads
Mobisode Language: Hindi