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This package of materials was designed to provide the tools necessary to begin the implementation of respectful maternity care (RMC). This involves changing old attitudes and developing new ones among colleagues and other stakeholders in the care of women and their newborns. The components of this toolkit were intended for use by clinicians, trainers or educators, supervisors, program managers, and policymakers or other key stakeholders who want to promote RMC in the programs for which they are responsible. This Toolkit was originally created by USAID’s Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program
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