Effect of Health Education Interventions on Women Knowledge , Attitude , and Practice of Malaria and on Malaria Morbidity and Mortality Rate : An Experimental Study

@inproceedings{Ali2015EffectOH,
  title={Effect of Health Education Interventions on Women Knowledge , Attitude , and Practice of Malaria and on Malaria Morbidity and Mortality Rate : An Experimental Study},
  author={Maha Hamad Mohamed Ali and Hatim Rahamtalla Mohamed Ahmed and Fatima Fadul Ali Osman and Osman Babiker Osman},
  year={2015}
}
Background/objective: Malaria is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in the developing countries. In endemic areas, malaria infection during pregnancy accounts for up to a quarter of all cases of severe maternal anaemia, and for 10-20 percent of low birth weight babies. This study aimed to assess the effect of health education interventions (Information, Education and Communication (IEC), and Behavior Change Communication (BCC)) on pregnant women knowledge, attitude and practice for… CONTINUE READING