This film explains the importance of antenatal care and in particular, the principles of ‘focused antenatal care’ (FANC). It describes what is involved in the four visits that make up FANC, including taking a patient’s history, examinations, checks and giving information.
This film explains what antenatal care is and why it is important for the mother and baby. It explains the importance of attending 4 antenatal sessions before the baby is born and what should happen at each session.
This film is for use in community health education.
This film shows how to use a partograph correctly. The partograph is a graphic record of vital observations to assess progress during labour. Correct use of the partograph can help to prevent and manage prolonged or obstructed labour and other serious complications such as a ruptured uterus, obstetric fistula and stillbirth.