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Haas Mo’shoara (Top Tips)

  • By BBC Media Action
  • 01/11/2021
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Haas Mo’shoara is a presenter-led programme, produced by BBC Media Action, to create awareness about sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) among the Rohingya people. A doctor in the programme gives key information on how to tackle some of the common challenges for sexual reproductive health, noncommunicable diseases, maternal, neonatal and child health and nutrition. Haas Mo’shoara also provides tips on gaining confidence and acquiring skills to become more empowered at home and in the community. The programme is presented in the Rohingya language and uses animations to ensure information is easy to understand.

The videos are available in both high and low resolution. Low-resolution videos are smaller in size than high-resolution videos. High-resolution videos are more suitable for viewing on large screens such as projectors, television. Low-resolution videos are more suitable for mobile viewing.

  • Episode 1: Danger signs during pregnancy (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode highlights five danger signs to be aware of during pregnancy. It covers what to do and where to seek medical care if pregnant women experience any of these difficulties.
  • Episode 2: Neonatal danger signs (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode covers seven danger signs for a new-born baby. It covers what to do and where to seek medical care if a new-born baby exhibits any of these signs or symptoms.
  • Episode 3: Diabetes (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode highlights the signs and symptoms of diabetes, and the steps people can take to reduce the risks associated with their diabetes. This includes tips on how to live a healthy lifestyle as well as having a healthy diet. It also covers the importance of seeking medical support and following advice.
  • Episode 4: High blood pressure (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode describes signs of high blood pressure, who is at risk, and how to reduce risk. This includes tips on how to live a healthy lifestyle as well as having a healthy diet. It also covers the importance of seeking medical support and following advice.
  • Episode 5: Contraceptive methods (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode describes five contraceptive methods that are available for family planning. It also discusses the importance of family planning, who to talk to for more information as well as how to access services.
  • [NEW] Episode 6: Colostrum feeding and exclusive breastfeeding (High resolution / Low resolution) - This episode covers why colostrum feeding is important. It highlights the benefits of exclusive breastfeeding for both mother and child, as well describes what supplementary food should be given to the child after six months.

Produced by BBC Media Action in partnership with the International Rescue Committee with funding from the United States Government. Technical input from the World Health Organization.

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