Safe Delivery Posters

Safe delivery series – poster 1

Throughout the period of labour till the time of delivery, the foetal heart beat should be regularly monitored
Year: 2009
Intended audience: Women and men with basic literacy, primary care providers, civil society communicators and advocates
Language: Hindi
Key message: Safe delivery means regular monitoring of foetal heart beat during labour

 

 

 

 

Safe delivery series – poster 2

Should injections or medicines be used to speed up labour?
Year: 2009
Intended audience: Women and men with basic literacy, primary care providers, civil society communicators and advocates
Language: Hindi
Key message: Safe delivery means not using injections, medicines or ointments to speed up labour.

 

 

 

 

Safe delivery series – poster 3

A newborn baby can suffer severe cold soon after delivery
Year: 2009
Intended audience: Women and men with basic literacy, primary care providers, civil society communicators and advocates
Language: Hindi
Key message: Safe delivery means protecting a newborn baby from becoming cold immediately after deliver

 

 

 

 

Safe delivery series – poster 4

How soon after birth should breastfeeding commence?
Year: 2009
Intended audience: Women and men with basic literacy, primary care providers, civil society communicators and advocates
Language: Hindi
Key message: Safe delivery means starting breast feeding within the first hour of birth.

 

 

 

 

Safe delivery series – poster 5

After delivery when should the mother and the newborn be discharged from the health facility?
Year: 2009
Intended audience: Women and men with basic literacy, primary care providers, civil society communicators and advocates
Language: Hindi
Key message: Safe delivery means letting the mother and newborn remain in the health facility for at least 24 hours after birth