Health Education - Kagulu - Namutumba

Visit by Irene Nakibirango on 2020-09-11

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Created by
Irene Nakibirango
Created date
2020-09-15 11:27:19 UTC
Modified by
Irene Nakibirango
Modified date
2020-09-15 12:07:24 UTC
Trip Time
09:11-17:53 (8 h 42 m)
Village Time
12:14-15:03 (2 h 49 m)
Travel Time
5 h 53 m

Health Education Lesson

Health Education 
Lesson Taught
Lesson 23: Urinary Tract Infections 
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Irene went to kagulu village to teach about urinary tract diseases basically teaching the causes,risk factors,signs and symptoms,effects and prevention. Irene was welcomed by the VHT who thanked kibo for their efforts towards the development of their village, changing their way of life and improving their health. Irene started with a review of the previous lesson then asked the members the meaning of urinary tract information. It’s syphillis mai said, it’s an infection that catches the reproductive part sula said and with those examples Irene explained the meaning of Urinary tract diseases,the signs and symptoms especially pain on passing urine, discharge, lower abdominal pain among others. After discussing that Irene also discussed about the medical effects and prevention oof the urinary tract diseases, also encouraging members to seek medical help Incase of any symptoms to avoid complications that may result from not treating the infection. After the meeting Irene got to meet a few of the pregnant women advising them on attending antenatal visits, hospital delivery, and child preparedness. 
Partner Program
Health Education 
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Next Visit
2020-09-14 - Purpose: Irene will be teaching about HIV/AIDS basically causes,mode of spread,prevention,and lifetime infections.
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13547 Some of the mothers Irene met and talked to during her visit to kagulu village, after her lesson encouraging them about hospital visits and deliveries.