NBK,Community,Part B, Module 1,Medicines
NBK, Newborn Kit, Community Kit, Part B, Module 1, Medicines
Indicative Price 932.01 USD
Interagency Newborn Kit, Community Kit, Part B, Module 1, Medicines
The Newborn Kits are designed for use in the acute phase of an emergency. The Newborn Kits are intended for use only in the early phase of an emergency. The kits are neither designed nor recommended for re-supplying existing equipment, supplies and drugs in health-care facilities.
The Kits are pre-packaged and standardized for global supply. They may contain items that are not appropriate for some settings.
Target Population and period of use:
10,000 people for 3 months.
The Community Newborn Kit is designed to be used at community level. It consists of two parts:
Part A: Family Care Kit is to be distributed to pregnant women and consists of clothing and accessories which must be locally procured.
Part B: Community Health Worker (CHW) Kit is to be used by CHWs. Part B: CHW Kit is designed based on the assumption, that there will be 10 CHWs for a population of 10,000.
|100||S1531042||Chlorhex.diglu.7.1% gel cord.c.TBE/20g|
|300||S1551980||Gentamicin eye drops 0.3%/BOT-5ml|
|100||S1552510||Zinc oxide ointment 10%/TBE-100g|
|100||S0519015||UNFPA Clean Delivery Kit, individual|
|1||S0145577||Info Note on Job Aids for New Born Kit|
|10||S0145578||S0145578 Job aid-Chlorhexidine gel- cord care -EN|
|10||S0145579||Job aid-Chlorhexidine gel- cord care -FR|
Early essential newborn care: Clinical practice pocket guide
Chlorhexidine can be removed from the kit if this is not needed based on national policy/practice.
Complementary Reproductive Health (RH) Kits: The Community Newborn Kit is complementary to the UNFPA RH Kit 2B which can be ordered separately from UNFPA.
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