Health Education - Kagulu - Namutumba

Visit by Irene Nakibirango on 2020-06-29

Report ID
9091
Created by
Irene Nakibirango
Created date
2020-07-02 08:12:39 UTC
Modified by
Irene Nakibirango
Modified date
2020-07-02 12:46:12 UTC
Trip Time
09:39-15:51 (6 h 12 m)
Village Time
12:05-14:06 (2 h 1 m)
Travel Time
4 h 11 m

Health Education Lesson

Program>
Health Education 
Lesson Taught
Health lesson 2: Nutrition and Diet 
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Notes
Irene went to kagulu to discuss the way forward with the chairman and the Kibo group leaders about how they will be carrying out their lessons, the group discussed about how they will be meeting and they reached an agreement of meeting not more than 10 members , in the meeting members will be encouraged to sit a few meters apart, have masks on and hands washed. Then these will be co- taught with the breast feeding mothers because these are in small groups. There after we shall be also meeting with the community members in still small groups. After the meeting the chairman asked Irene to move around talking to the community members about the guidelines . When moving around some homes Irene got to move to Mai’s home one of the mothers whose children were malnourished and Irene was excited to see a grate change in the way the children looked like. Mai the mother to these girls informed Irene that she is working so hard to see that her children don’t get malnourished again. There after Irene and the chairman moved to an area where there were a group of married young girls between the age of 14,15,16 respectively married to young boys also around 18 years of age. The chairman requested Irene to talk to them and counsel them on early marriage and how they can be better mothers. It was so dis appointing because the chairman said they have reported the matter to police but nothing has been done, and during this period of lockdown many have conceived and run out of their homes. It’s so disappointing that the parents to some of the girls just give them away in exchange for money and cows. Irene scheduled to visit and talk to them and their families, also talk to the parents of these children and advise them accordingly. 
Partner Program
Health Education 
Lesson Use Examples
Yes so many mothers have opted on using family planning methods as a way to maintain the number of children they have. 
Next Visit
2020-07-10 - Purpose: Talk to some of the pregnant mothers in kagulu village.
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11569 Mai and her children from kagulu Village who were malnourished but have grately improved and in good health.
11572 Mai’s daughters together with her step children.
11575 Some of the young mothers in kagulu village that Irene visited to talk to about caring for their babies and having a better future even after child birth.
11578 A young couple, a girl of 14 and a boy of 17 with their 3 months baby in kagulu village that Irene talked to about early marriage and how they can have a better future.