ANTE-NATAL CARE
Post Natal Care Checkup Poll - Karamoja and Acholi regions
9 questions polled on this topic
0% response rate
118 responded out of 23,619 polled
Sep 14. 2018
Pregnant women need care before, during & after birth. Post-natal Care (PNC) is a critical health care service for a mother & newborn baby until 6-8 weeks after birth.
Sep 14. 2018
After birth a mother goes thru physical & emotional changes & is at risk of complications eg bleeding & infections. Babies may get infections & problems feeding
Sep 14. 2018
After birth, a mother needs proper rest, nutrition & hygiene for proper healing of her reproductive system & support to care for her new baby.
Sep 14. 2018
Dear U-Reporters, do you know that a mother and newborn are encouraged to receive Post-Natal Care at 6 hours, 6 days and 6 weeks after delivery? Reply YES or NO
Sep 14. 2018
Have you heard any messages promoting post-natal care visits? Reply Yes OR No
Sep 14. 2018
Where did u hear the message? A) VHTs B) Peer Mothers Group C) Religious leaders D) Community leaders E) Health workers F) Radio G) Family H) Friends I) Other?
Sep 14. 2018
Many mothers & newborns in your district don't go for PNC checkups at health facilities. They miss receiving critical care on time yet PNC services are free of charge!
Sep 14. 2018
Why don't mothers & newborns attend PNC checkups? A) Don’t know the importance of PNC B) Long distance & lack of transport C) No support from family/husband D) Other
Sep 14. 2018
Dear U-reporters, plz share with yo family & communities information about the importance of Post Natal Care, which will help mothers and newborns stay healthy!

POLL RESULTS

SEP 14. 2018
Pregnant women need care before, during & after birth. Post-natal Care (PNC) is a critical health care service for a mother & newborn baby until 6-8 weeks after birth.
118 responded out of 23,619 polled
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SEP 14. 2018
After birth a mother goes thru physical & emotional changes & is at risk of complications eg bleeding & infections. Babies may get infections & problems feeding
147 responded out of 23,614 polled
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SEP 14. 2018
After birth, a mother needs proper rest, nutrition & hygiene for proper healing of her reproductive system & support to care for her new baby.
182 responded out of 23,613 polled
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true
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health
mothers
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SEP 14. 2018
Dear U-Reporters, do you know that a mother and newborn are encouraged to receive Post-Natal Care at 6 hours, 6 days and 6 weeks after delivery? Reply YES or NO
1,784 responded out of 23,609 polled
Female
77%
Yes
 
Yes
23%
No
 
No

Male
79%
Yes
 
Yes
21%
No
 
No
0-14
100%
Yes
 
Yes
0%
No
 
No

15-19
86%
Yes
 
Yes
14%
No
 
No

20-24
74%
Yes
 
Yes
26%
No
 
No

25-30
80%
Yes
 
Yes
20%
No
 
No

31-34
80%
Yes
 
Yes
20%
No
 
No

35+
88%
Yes
 
Yes
12%
No
 
No
78%
Yes
 
Yes
22%
No
 
No
SEP 14. 2018
Have you heard any messages promoting post-natal care visits? Reply Yes OR No
1,532 responded out of 1,784 polled
Female
64%
Yes
 
Yes
36%
No
 
No

Male
69%
Yes
 
Yes
31%
No
 
No
0-14
100%
Yes
 
Yes
0%
No
 
No

15-19
32%
Yes
 
Yes
68%
No
 
No

20-24
59%
Yes
 
Yes
41%
No
 
No

25-30
67%
Yes
 
Yes
33%
No
 
No

31-34
79%
Yes
 
Yes
21%
No
 
No

35+
83%
Yes
 
Yes
17%
No
 
No
67%
Yes
 
Yes
33%
No
 
No
SEP 14. 2018
Where did u hear the message? A) VHTs B) Peer Mothers Group C) Religious leaders D) Community leaders E) Health workers F) Radio G) Family H) Friends I) Other?
952 responded out of 1,028 polled
Female
28%
A
 
A
8%
B
 
B
3%
C
 
C
1%
D
 
D
36%
E
 
E
17%
F
 
F
5%
G
 
G
0%
H
 
H
0%
I
 
I

Male
37%
A
 
A
5%
B
 
B
1%
C
 
C
1%
D
 
D
30%
E
 
E
19%
F
 
F
3%
G
 
G
2%
H
 
H
2%
I
 
I
0-14
50%
A
 
A
0%
B
 
B
0%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D
0%
E
 
E
0%
F
 
F
0%
G
 
G
0%
H
 
H
50%
I
 
I

15-19
29%
A
 
A
29%
B
 
B
0%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D
43%
E
 
E
0%
F
 
F
0%
G
 
G
0%
H
 
H
0%
I
 
I

20-24
29%
A
 
A
6%
B
 
B
1%
C
 
C
2%
D
 
D
36%
E
 
E
17%
F
 
F
4%
G
 
G
2%
H
 
H
2%
I
 
I

25-30
35%
A
 
A
6%
B
 
B
2%
C
 
C
1%
D
 
D
29%
E
 
E
21%
F
 
F
3%
G
 
G
2%
H
 
H
2%
I
 
I

31-34
40%
A
 
A
5%
B
 
B
0%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D
33%
E
 
E
18%
F
 
F
2%
G
 
G
1%
H
 
H
1%
I
 
I

35+
40%
A
 
A
4%
B
 
B
2%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D
33%
E
 
E
16%
F
 
F
2%
G
 
G
2%
H
 
H
1%
I
 
I
34%
A
 
A
6%
B
 
B
1%
C
 
C
1%
D
 
D
32%
E
 
E
19%
F
 
F
4%
G
 
G
2%
H
 
H
2%
I
 
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SEP 14. 2018
Many mothers & newborns in your district don't go for PNC checkups at health facilities. They miss receiving critical care on time yet PNC services are free of charge!
382 responded out of 1,456 polled
yes
go
true
pnc
ok
health
lack
many
know
dat
information
mothers
will
distance
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due
get
like
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district
facilities
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services
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workers
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advice
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facility
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need
people
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times
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SEP 14. 2018
Why don't mothers & newborns attend PNC checkups? A) Don’t know the importance of PNC B) Long distance & lack of transport C) No support from family/husband D) Other
1,038 responded out of 1,456 polled
Female
46%
A
 
A
29%
B
 
B
21%
C
 
C
4%
D
 
D

Male
41%
A
 
A
39%
B
 
B
15%
C
 
C
4%
D
 
D
0-14
100%
A
 
A
0%
B
 
B
0%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D

15-19
32%
A
 
A
47%
B
 
B
21%
C
 
C
0%
D
 
D

20-24
49%
A
 
A
30%
B
 
B
16%
C
 
C
6%
D
 
D

25-30
39%
A
 
A
43%
B
 
B
14%
C
 
C
4%
D
 
D

31-34
29%
A
 
A
51%
B
 
B
14%
C
 
C
6%
D
 
D

35+
41%
A
 
A
38%
B
 
B
19%
C
 
C
2%
D
 
D
43%
A
 
A
37%
B
 
B
16%
C
 
C
4%
D
 
D
SEP 14. 2018
Dear U-reporters, plz share with yo family & communities information about the importance of Post Natal Care, which will help mothers and newborns stay healthy!
340 responded out of 1,038 polled
ok
yes
will
thanks
thank
okay
pnc
importance
share
care
community
know
people
family
health
also
can
give
help
natal
need
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