© 2003 Ansem Ansari, Courtesy of Photoshare
Asem Ansari
Date taken: 
May 12, 2003
2003 Photoshare Photo Contest
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A grandmother helps attend to her granddaughter's infant in Bangladesh. This adolescent mother's infant was the first child born in the MINIMAT study cohort in Matlab, Bangladesh. Four thousand mothers were followed through their pregnancies with nutritional interventions to prevent low birth weight.

History of Use

Organization Media Type Title
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs Newsletter The Hib Initiative Focus: An Online Quarterly Newsletter, July 2007
Austrian Family Planning Association Flyer Women and Population Policy, Fact Sheet 5, Summer 2007
Futures Group (Washington) Powerpoint Presentation Contribution of Investing in Family Planning on Reaching the MDGs, June 2007
World Health Organization (WHO) Brochure WHO: Global Strategy, Reproductive Health, May 2007
Santa Casa de Assis Poster About Breastfeeding: Staff Trianing, December 2005
ICDDRB-International Centre for Diarrhoeal Disease Research, Bangladesh Brochure The Child Health and Nutrition Initiative, August 2005
MEASURE Evaluation Book A Guide for Monitoring and Evaluating Child Health Programs, September
International Society of Travel Medicine Powerpoint Presentation Travel Medicine, March 2005
Women's Commission for Refugee Women and Children Other Field-friendly Guide to Integrate Emergency Obstetric Care in Humanitarian Programs, July 2005
InfoChange News & Features Magazine Agenda: Vol. 1, No 2, Healthcare in India, April 2005