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Exemples de projets associés au traitement à la chlorhexidine

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Packaging and Labeling Examples

Chlorhexidine Packaging in Madagascar Chlorhexidine Packaging in Nepal
Chlorhexidine packaging in Madagascar (left) and Nepal (right)

Chlorhexidine Packaging in Madagascar

Chlorhexidine labeling in Liberia


Poster and Flyer Examples

Chlorhexidine Poster in Madagascar Chlorhexidine Packaging in Nepal

Chlorhexidine poster and flyer in Madagascar

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Instruction Leaflet Examples

Chlorhexidine Instruction Leaflet in Bangladesh (Jhpiego) Chlorhexidine Instruction Leaflet in Bangladesh (Jhpiego)

Chlorhexidine instruction leaflets in Bangladesh

5. CHX Poster_JSI_Nepal_thumb   11. CHX Training Manual Nepal_Chlorhexidine Training Manual2_thumb5. CHX Poster_JSI_Nepal_thumb

Chlorhexidine instruction leaflet and training manual in Nepal (left, middle);  Chlorhexidine dilution instruction (right)

pdf icon Download Nepal Chlorhexidine Instruction Leaflet
pdf icon Download Nepal Chlorhexidine Training Manual
pdf icon Download Chlorhexidine Dilution Instruction

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