The Respectful Maternity Care (RMC) Resource Package was developed by the Heshima project as part of the USAID Translating Research into Action (TRAction) project. The resource package is designed to be used by program managers, supervisors, trainers, technical advisors, and others who organize or facilitate RMC training workshops on sexual and reproductive health as well as skills training in emergency obstetric and newborn care. The resource package provides experienced facilitators with background information, materials, instructions, and tips for promoting respectful care in reproductive, maternal, and newborn health services in both facilities and communities. The resource package also includes tools for a facility-based workshop, a community workshop, and policy briefs. The resource package can be used in any health care setting but should be reviewed and adapted for the local or country context.
"Promoting Respectful Maternity Care Resource Package—Implementing respectful maternity care in Kenya," brief. Washington, DC and Nairobi: Population Council, 2015.
Heshima: Promoting Dignified and Respectful Care During Childbirth
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