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    Peer educators, mostly men, for the PRISM maternal and child health campaign in Guinea. Peer educators are deemed to be strong assets available in the community to educate and change people's behaviors.

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    During a community meeting in Mandiana, Guinea, women share reasons why they do not use health centers and suggest appropriate actions to increase immunization and use of maternal care services. This meeting was facilitated by IEC members of the PRISM maternal and child health campaign in Guinea.

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    Peer educators, community agents, and Seres leaders trained in community outreach for the PRISM maternal and child health campaign.

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    Seres groups lining up during the mamaya to celebrate the launch of the maternal and child health campaign in Balandou. Leaders of seres groups received a training on immunization and safe motherhood key messages. Seres are people of the same age with the same goal. Balandou has more than eight...

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    A woman plays the part of a pregnant woman in a skit intended to show the benefits of family planning at the PRISM Men's Campaign launch in the Faranah Region of Guinea.

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    A peer educator from Kerouane, Guinea visits a hair salon as a message dissemination point for prevention of HIV/AIDS, STDs, and unintended pregnancy. A group of young women laugh as he uses a wooden penis to demonstrate how to use a condom. The woman on the far left is the owner of the salon.

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    A veiled Muslim woman breastfeeds her infant at a breastfeeding clinic at the Health Center in Kankan, Guinea.

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    A woman breastfeeds her infant at a breastfeeding clinic at the Health Center in Kankan, Guinea.

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    Building partnership with community groups; PRISM, the Guinea Family Planning and Health Project. Here is a group of women representatives in Banankoro. Each one is able to reach at least 200 women through their association, or "Seres." According to Health Center Chief Dr. Daf, out of 100...

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