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1. Today we are going to learn why it is important to immunize your children.

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2. Babies and small children in their first years of life can get dangerous diseases.

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3. Immunization protects children from getting dangerous diseases. These diseases often kill children or make them sick and disabled for the rest of their life.

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4. What may happen to babies and small children?

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5. Nothing, they are very strong,

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6. Or they may get dangerous diseases?

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8. Yes! Babies and small children in their first years of life can get dangerous diseases.

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9. Is immunization important?

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10. Yes,

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11. Or no?

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12. Press a button now.

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13. Right! Immunization is very important. It protects children from getting dangerous diseases.

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14. Every girl and boy needs to be immunized. Parents and carers must take their babies to be immunized very soon after birth.

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15. Every baby needs to receive several immunizations during the first year of life. This is when the baby is weakest and most likely to get diseases.

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16. Who should be immunized?

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17. Only boys,

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18. or every girl and boy?

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19. Yes! Every girl and boy needs to be immunized.

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20. How many immunizations does a child need?

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21. Only one,

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22. Or several immunizations?

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23. Right. Every baby needs to receive several immunizations during the first year of life.

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24. All babies, including those who are sick or disabled, need to be immunized.

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25. A baby or child is immunized with a medicine, which is given by injection or by mouth. These medicines help protect the child's body against diseases.

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26. Breastfeeding babies during the first year of their life also helps to protect them against diseases.

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27. Should all children be immunized?

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28. Yes, all children should be immunized,

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29. Or No, you shouldn't immunize sick children?

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30. Correct! All children, including those who are sick or disabled, need to be immunized.

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31. How are children immunized?

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32. by their mother

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33. Or with a medicine?

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34. Well done! A child is immunized with a medicine, which is given by injection or by mouth.

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35. What helps to protect babies during the first year of life?

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36. Breastfeeding

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37. or feeding bottled milk?

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38. Yes! Breastfeeding babies during the first year of their life helps to protect them against diseases.

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39. It is important to take your baby to be immunized, even if she is healthy and you don't think she will get sick.

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40. Some immunizations need to be given to the baby as a series of injections or mouth drops. So you may need to take your baby back to the health clinic several times to complete one immunization.

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41. Be sure your baby gets the complete series of each immunization she needs.

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42. If your baby does not complete all immunizations, she will not be properly protected from diseases.

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43. Is each immunization completed in one visit to the health clinic?

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44. Yes,

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45. Or no?

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46. Correct. Some immunizations need to be given to the baby as a series of injections or mouth drops. So you will need to take your baby to the clinic several times to complete the immunization.

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47. Should your baby complete all immunizations?

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48. Yes,

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49. Or no?

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50. That's right. It is important that your baby completes all immunizations, so that she is properly protected from diseases.

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51. It is very important that parents and carers ask a health worker at the local clinic what immunizations a baby needs and at what age.

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52. The immunizations work best if you follow the health worker's advice.

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53. If your child has missed any immunization in the first year of life, it is important that the child gets that immunization as soon as possible.

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54. What should parents and carers do?

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55. Wait till the child gets sick to go to the health clinic,

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56. Or go to the health clinic as soon as possible to find out about immunizations?

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57. Yes! Parents and carers should ask a health worker at the local clinic what immunizations a baby needs and at what age.

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58. What should you do if your child has missed any immunization?

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59. Go to the clinic as soon as possible,

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60. Or wait till the child gets sick?

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61. Right! Take your child to the health clinic as soon as possible.

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62. A child who is not immunized will almost certainly get serious diseases. These diseases can kill or make the body very weak.

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63. There are two diseases that are very dangerous and kill many children. These diseases are called MEASLES and POLIO.

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64. Your baby needs to be immunized against measles and polio. This will make sure that your baby will not get these two serious diseases.

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65. What can happen to a child who is not immunized?

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66. They will almost certainly get serious diseases,

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67. Or they will be healthier than children who are immunized?

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68. Yes! Children who are not immunized will almost certainly get serious diseases. These diseases can kill or make the body very weak.

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69. What are two serious diseases that kill many children?

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70. Coughs and colds,

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71. Or polio and measles?

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72. Right! Polio and measles are very dangerous diseases and kill many children.

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73. What can you do so that your children do not get polio and measles?

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74. Nothing, there is no prevention,

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75. or immunize your children?

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76. Yes! Immunization will make sure that your children will not get these two serious diseases.

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77. Even if your baby is sick with diarrhoea, a fever, a cough or another illness on the day of the immunization, you should take your baby to be immunized.

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78. This is not dangerous for your child and will not make your child sicker.

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79. Sometimes a health worker may advise you not to immunize your baby if she is weak and malnourished or has a disability. This is wrong!

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80. It is important to immunize babies who have a disability or are weak. Without immunization these babies are more likely to get diseases like measles that can kill them.

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81. Is it dangerous to take your baby to be immunized if she is sick?

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82. Yes,

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83. Or no?

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84. Right! Even if your baby is sick on the day of the immunization, you should take your baby to be immunized.

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85. Should you immunize children who have a disability or are weak?

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86. Yes, it is very important,

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87. Or no, they will get sick anyway?

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88. Correct! It is important to immunize children who have a disability or are weak, as they are more likely to get diseases like measles that can kill them.

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89. After immunization your baby may cry and have a fever, a rash or a small sore. This is normal.

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90. After immunization it is important to breastfeed often or give your child plenty of liquids and food.

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91. If the child's fever is high, you should take your child back to the health clinic.

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92. Is it normal for your baby to cry or have a fever after immunization?

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93. Yes,

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94. Or no?

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95. Yes! After immunization your baby may cry and have a fever, a rash or a small sore. This is normal.

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96. If after immunization your baby has a high fever, what should you do?

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97. Wait until the fever goes away,

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98. Or take your child back to the health clinic?

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99. Yes! if the fever is high, you should take your child back to the health clinic.

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100. Remember: It is very important for you to take your child to the health clinic to be immunized. This will help children to avoid getting dangerous diseases that can kill them or make them disabled for the rest of their life.

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101. All children need to be immunized - it can save their life!

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102. That was the wrong answer. Let’s go back and listen again.

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103. Sorry! Wrong answer.

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104. Hello. The title of this lesson is “ Immunisation“. To begin, press the arrow pointing to the right. After you have finished this lesson the arrow pointing down will take you to the quiz. To listen again press the middle button.

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105. You’ve now finished the lesson. Well done! Now press the arrow pointing down to play the quiz and try to win a gold star!

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106. Correct!

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107. Immunisation

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