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82,000 Filipino
you doing

children die
enough for your
before their 5th birthday
child to
KiDS Can’t WAIT Help your child survive.
Skilled attendance during GIVE YOUR CHILD A HAPPY, HEALTHY LIFE.
1 pregnancy, delivery and
immediate postpartum For more information, contact:

2 Care of the newborn National Center for Disease Prevention and Control
Tel. 7438301 loc. 1728
Breastfeeding and
3 complementary feeding

4 supplementation
and deworming

Immunization of
5 children and mothers

Integrated management
6 of sick children

Child injury prevention

7 and control

8 Birth Spacing
Basic CHILD SURVIVAL Practices
Please check the box if you have done or are doing the following health practices.
The more you check, the greater the chance for your under-5 year old child
to survive the most crucial stage of his or her life.

During Mom’s Pregnancy

Regular visits / consultations to Clean cord care Frequent handwashing, especially before
the health center or clinic eating and after using the toilet
Eye prophylaxis
Have tetanus toxoid immunization Toothbrushing at least twice a day
Newborn screening, 24 hours after birth
Take nutritious food and iron supplment Visit to the dentist every six months
Infant and Growing Child
Have dental check-up Daily bath
Infant receives ONLY breastmilk during the
Has birth plan first six months of life General Child Safety

At Childbirth At six months, the baby continues Lives in a safe home and community free
breastfeeding in addition to appropriate or protected from injuries like fall,
Childbirth and immediate postpartum complementary foods he/she takes electrocution, drowning and burn
care by skilled health worker (doctor,
nurse, midwife) At nine months or before the first birthday, Always being supervised by a responsible
the baby completes his/her immunization adult.
Childbirth in a hospital or a health schedule
facility, like a lying-in clinic Given safe toys appropriate for his/her age
Receives daily proper nutrition from all of the and physical and mental development.
Care for the Newborn food groups, i.e., vegetables, fruits, grains,
fish, meat, poultry, etc. Able to play with other children aside from
Breastfeeding of the newborn infant his/her siblings (brother or sister)
within the first hour of birth Receives vitamin A every six months
For Mom & Dad
Skin-to-skin contact of mother and Receives deworming drugs every six months
newborn At least three years interval before the next
Receives consultation and proper treatment pregnancy
BCG and Hepa B immunization of from a health worker at the first sign of an
newborn illness Practice responsible parenting