Preparedness and response to infectious disease outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo: How to adopt child friendly approaches in health facilities?
This guidance includes a general checklist that covers the process of how to adopt health facilities using child friendly approaches to meet the physical and psychological needs of children in isolation, quarantine, and/or treatment. The checklist can be modified for each type of outbreak, as necessary.
View the guidance in French, Kinyarwanda, and Swahili here.
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