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Community health worker training materials for cholera prevention and control
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Community health worker training materials for cholera prevention and control
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    1. Overview and key messages for cholera prevention and control -- -- 2. Cholera training modules -- Module 1. Community mobilization -- Module 2. What you need to know about cholera -- Module 3. Decision making guide for taking care of people with watery diarrhea -- Module 4. Handwashing -- Module 5. Oral rehydration solution (ORS) -- Module 6. Safe drinking water: Aquatabs® -- Module 7. Safe drinking water: Dlo Lavi -- Module 7A. Safe drinking water: Gadyen Dlo® -- Module 8. Safe drinking water: PuR® -- Module 9. Safe water storage -- Module 10. Safe food preparation -- Module 11. Safe sanitation and cleaning -- Module 12. When a person with cholera dies at home -- Module 13. Preventing cholera stigma -- -- 3. Community education cards -- Community mobilization -- Cholera -- Watery diarrhea -- Handwashing -- Oral rehydration solution (ORS) -- Aquatabs® -- Dlo Lavi -- Gadyen Dlo® -- PuR® -- Making drinking water safe with household bleach -- Safe water storage -- Safe food preparation -- Safe sanitation and cleaning -- Handling a death -- Cleaning after flooding -- Preventing cholera stigma -- -- 4. Guide for cholera training modules -- -- 5. PowerPoint presentations

    "This manual is intended as a tool for community health workers (CHWs) to use to help their communities prevent cholera illnesses and deaths. The manual consists of 14 modules with information about community mobilization, cholera, oral rehydration solution, safe drinking water preparation and storage, handwashing, sanitation, food preparation, handling a death that occurs at home, and stigma associated with cholera. The modules can be used in any combination that you feel will best help prevent cholera in your community, and the training can be given in one-on-one or in group sessions." - p. [3]

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