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The following modules were developed by Food for the Hungry for care groups of 10-12 women. The materials are designed to teach household-level behaviors related to child malnutrition, diarrhea and death. Each module contains an A3 flip chart and corresponding A4 lesson plan. The materials are used to teach mothers in small groups once every two weeks for five and a half months. All lessons are in Spanish with no English versions currently available. Note: All flip charts contain culturally appropriate illustrations and images for Bolivia.
Good Health Practices: Lessons 1-4: This module contains an overview of the role of the Leader Mother, a basic teaching methodology, water purification methods (chlorine and boiling), and proper water storage techniques.
- (2010) Good Practices Lesson Plan in Spanish: MSWORD or PDF
- (2009 Good Practices Flipchart in Spanish: PDF
Good Health Practices: Lessons 5-8: This module includes hand washing, tippy-tap creation and use (hand washing station), proper disposal of feces, vitamin A foods and supplementation and proper food preparation and storage.
Good Health Practices: Lessons 9-12: This modules contains four lessons on de-worming, diarrhea prevention and transmission, signs of dehydration, home treatment for diarrhea, preparation of oral re-hydration salts and feeding the sick child.