CAMRIS International, 2017
The Chlorhexidine “Navi” Care, a USAID funded program was implemented by JSI in conjunction of Ministry of Health with goal to reduce neonatal sepsis and newborn deaths in Nepal. This survey was conducted to determine the level of knowledge, receipt, and use of Chlorhexidine among recently delivered women (RDW) age of 15-49 years in Nepal. The study assesses the knowledge of correct procedure, purpose of applying and use of CHX on umbilical cord of newborns.
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