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Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service - टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं
Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service
टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं

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HealthPhone: Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service

टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं



Hindiहिन्दी - मानक हिन्दी - Mānak Hindī - Hindi

Know where and by whom the child should be immunized.

These videos focus on social and behaviour change communication and are made for individual and small group viewing, learning and discussion. They are designed to be used as interpersonal communication tools by communities and frontline workers in giving out important information to women and caregivers.

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Produced by: UNICEF, India



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Key Messages
  • Your child can be immunized at the nearest AWC and all government health facilities by the doctor, nurse or the ANM.

  • Immunization is a cost free service available at the Government Health Facilities for you and your child

  • A child who is suffering from minor ailments such as a fever, cough, cold, diarrhoea or some other illness on the day of immunization can still be immunized.

  • In institutional delivery, the child should receive birth dose of BCG, OPV and Hepatitis B before being discharged, as far as possible.

  • In case the vaccine is not available at your nearest AWC, make the effort of going to another Centre. Your child deserves it.
Discussions and Frequently Asked Questions

 Will giving immunizations to a sick child make them more sick?

Key Response: A child who is suffering from minor ailments such as a fever, cough, cold, diarrhoea or some other illness on the day of immunization can still be immunized.


 Where are immunizations available?

Key Response: Immunization is available free of cost at the nearest AWC and all government health facilities, irrespective of where you are.


 Why is it important to deliver a baby in a hospital?

Key Response: Mothers should opt for delivering their babies in a hospital because the infant is administered the first immunization dose at birth. This increases her/his chances of survival.


 Discuss the importance of the immunization card.

Key Response: It is important to keep the immunization card safe and bring it every time the child is vaccinated so that the health worker can update the records on which vaccines the child has received. You can show the immunization card in any hospital/AWC/SHC to get the next dose for your child as per the immunization card even while you are traveling.

HealthPhone: Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service
टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं


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Ammaji Kehti HainImmunization — रोग प्रतिरक्षण

   
Full Immunization in first year: To provide your child with lifelong protection from diseases, begin immunization at birth and complete the cycle - पहले वर्ष में सभी टीके: अपने बच्चों को जीवन भर बीमारियों से सुरक्षा देने के लिए जन्म से ही उन्हें समय-समय पर टीके लगवायें
Full Immunization in first year: To provide your child with lifelong protection from diseases, begin immunization at birth and complete the cycle
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पहले वर्ष में सभी टीके: अपने बच्चों को जीवन भर बीमारियों से सुरक्षा देने के लिए जन्म से ही उन्हें समय-समय पर टीके लगवायें


How Immunization protects: Completing the immunization cycle protects children against some of the most dangerous diseases - टीकाकरण कैसे बचाता है: बच्चों को पूरे टीके लगने से उन्हें कर्इ जानलेवा बीमारियों से सुरक्षा मिलती है
How Immunization protects: Completing the immunization cycle protects children against some of the most dangerous diseases
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टीकाकरण कैसे बचाता है: बच्चों को पूरे टीके लगने से उन्हें कर्इ जानलेवा बीमारियों से सुरक्षा मिलती है


Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service - टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं
Availability: Your child's immunization cycle can be completed at the nearest government health facility and it is a cost free service
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टीके कहाँ उपलब्ध हैं: अपने बच्चों को सारे टीके लगवायें, ये जानलेवा बीमारियों से बचाते हैं और सभी अस्पतालों और स्वास्थ्य केन्द्रों में मुफ़्त लगते हैं


Pregnancy & Tetanus: All pregnant women and infants need to be immunized against tetanus - गर्भावस्था और टेटनस: सभी गर्भवती औरतों या छोटे बच्चों, दोनों को टेटनस का टीका लगवाना बहुत ज़रूरी है
Pregnancy & Tetanus: All pregnant women and infants need to be immunized against tetanus
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गर्भावस्था और टेटनस: सभी गर्भवती औरतों या छोटे बच्चों, दोनों को टेटनस का टीका लगवाना बहुत ज़रूरी है




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28 June, 2014

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