Facts For Life
About Facts for Life
What is “Facts for Life”?
Information can save lives, improve health and reduce suffering
Facts for: New moms
Having a baby and keeping it healthy
Facts for a safer birth
Good nutrition helps growth
What every family and community has a right to know about nutrition
Birth and family life planning
Why wait to have children?
The importance of breastfeeding
Some important facts about breastfeeding
Can I breastfeed my baby if I am hiv-positive?
Facts for: Avoiding sickness and disease
The importance of immunization
Facts for families and communities about vaccination
How to avoid diarrhoea
Ways to prevent and cure diarrhoea
Staying away from coughs, colds and pneumonia
Facts to know about pneumonia
Good hygiene helps health
Facts to know about hygiene
How to avoid malaria
Facts to know about malaria
Facts for: Keeping children safe
Staying safe from injury
How to avoid injury?
Protection is especially important for children
What is protection?
Facts for: Emergencies
What to know about emergencies
What every family and community has a right to know about emergencies
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Generation 2030 - The future is yours!
Tools to help young people reach their potential and change the world
Gen2030 - Act for Climate!
Get involved and protect the environment
Early Life Tips!
Care for your Child’s Development
Sustainable Development Goals
Help save the world
Know and defend your rights!
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