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In order to identify the existing health information sources and channels of rural women, 213 married women of child bearing age from four villages of Kangpokpi District in Manipur, India were randomly selected. A questionnaire method was adopted for the data collection and Descriptive Statistics was used for analyzing the data collected from the women. The study identified a number of health information sources such as Family members, Friends, among others and Information channels like Word of Mouth ASHA, Pamphlet in Mother tongue, Mobile phone Short Message System (SMS) for communicating their health information needs.



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