Global Health Media

Videos created to train health workers and serve communities worldwide! Global Health Media Project designs and develops videos that are tailored to the needs of health workers and populations in low-resource settings. This offline version for mobile technology give us the power to reach large numbers without the need for internet connectivity. Its the most cost-effective  method for remote and undersourced communities, resulting in significant impact at minimal cost per patient.

Community Health

Cholera and Ebola

The Story of Ebola - en
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Power of mobile Cinema! Report
The Story of Cholera in Sierra Leone
Stories from the field



Baby Health - Caregivers

First Foods for Young Children

When to Start Your Child s Solid Foods
Feeding Your Baby frim 6 -12 Months
Feeding Your Child from 1-2 Years



What to Feed Your Young Child
How To Keep Your Childs First Food Safe
How to Feed You Young Child with Care




Feeding Your Child During And After Illness
Breastfeeding When You Go Back To  Work


Mothers

Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding in the First Hours
Positions for Breastfeeding
Attaching your baby at the breast



Is Your Baby Getting Enough Milk
Increasing Your Milk Supply
How to Express Breastmilk



Storing Breastmilk Safely
What To Do About Breast Pain
What To DO About Nipple Pain

Newborn  Baby Care


Cup Feeding Your Small Baby
How to Express Your First Milk
Breastfeeding Your Small Baby



Caring for Your Small Baby at Home
Carrying Your Baby Skin to Skin
Continous Skin to Skin Care





Warning Signs in Newborns for Mothers and Caregivers



Other Newborn  Topics


Home Visit for The Newborn
Referring a Sick Baby
Home visit

Health Workers

First Foods for Young Children


When to Start Solid Foods
How Much and How Often to Feed the Young Child
How to Prepare Frist Meals



What to Feed Young Children
How to Keep First Foods Safe
How to Feed the Young Child with Care



Feeding the Child During And After Illness
Breastfeeding for Working Mothers
The Nutrition Counselling Visit for Young Children

Breastfeeding


Early Initiation of Breastfeeding
Helping a Breastfeeding Mother
Expressing and Storing Breastmilk



Breastfeeding Attachment
Breastfeeding Positions
Not Enough Milk



Nipple Pain
Breast Pain
Breast Engorgement

Newborn Care Skills

Basic Skills
Inserting a Gastric Tube
Feeding with a Gastric Tube



Preparing for Birth
Classifying the Small Baby at Birth
Providing Essential Care at Birth



Keeping the Small baby Warm
Protecting Small Babies from Infection
Making Enough Milk



Providing the Right Volume of Milk Small Baby Support Breastfeeding
Cupfeeding



A Small Baby Growth Chart When the Small Baby Is not Growing Well Home Visit to Small baby



Routine Assessment of the Small Baby Wrap Desing for Skin to Skin Care Discharging Small Baby



Danger Signs in the Small Baby Referring a Small Baby Danger Signs in Newborns for Health workers



Giving an Intramuscular Injection
Preparing Ampicillin and Gentamicin
Preparing Oral Amoxicillin



Inserting an IV
Setting Up an IV Line
Taking a Heel Blood Sample



Care of the Cord
Chlorexidine for Newborn Cord Care
Keeping the Baby Warm



Taking a Venous Blood Sample
Preparing Oral Medicines
Preparing Injectable Medicine



Giving an Intradermal Injection Newborn Physical Exam Referring a Sick Baby

Newborn Problems

Critical Illensses in Newborns
Fast Breathing as Single Sign of Illness
Managing Severe Infection in Newborns



Eye Infections
Danger Signs in Newborns
Breathing Problems



Umbilical Infections
Jaundice
Sepsis



Thrush
Skin Infect
The Hot Baby





The Cold baby


Childbirth


The Position of the Baby
Giving Good Care During Labor
Initial Assessment in labor



The Vaginal Exam Managing the Second Stage of Labor
Birthing the Baby



Immediate Care After Birth
Managing the Thrird Stage of Labor
Examining the Placenta



The Birth, Labor, Delivery, Early Postpartum
Preventing Infection at Birth
Preparing the Birth Room