© 2004 Rachel Hoy, Courtesy of Photoshare
Rachel Hoy
Date taken: 
August 31, 2004
2005 Photoshare Photo Contest
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Proud parents smile upon their newborn daughter Atikta Haoua Riane at her official naming ceremony or "indeeri" in Lagdo of the Northern Province of Cameroon, one week after her birth. Due to high infant mortality rates, babies are not named until they have survived his or her first seven days, therefore parental joy for the new addition to the family is precarious and cautious. After posing for photographs, the baby was blessed by the family's priest and guests.

History of Use

Organization Media Type Title
Austrian Family Planning Association Flyer Women and Population Policy, Fact Sheet 5, Summer 2007
USAID Powerpoint Presentation Overview of Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Statutory and Policy Requirements, December 2006
Save the Children US Book Opportunities for Africa's Newborns, October 2006
USAID Website www.globalhealthlearning.org, USAID Global Health E-Learning Center, Family Planning Legal and Policy Requirements, September 2006
AMREF-African Medical and Research Foundation Other Nurses Learning Management System: Computer Based Training Programme for Nurses, June 2006
Basics-Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival Binder BASICS: Newborn Health, February 2006
Basics-Basic Support for Institutionalizing Child Survival Other Reply Card: Request for Inclusion on BASICS' Mailing List, May 2007
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Center for Communication Programs Other Leadership Workshop, January 2008
HLSP Institute Other www.unfpa.org/dlpi/courses.htm, UNFPA Distance Learning on Population Issues: Course on Sexual and Reproductive Health, January 2008
U.S. Census Bureau Training Material Questionnaire Content and Design