Countless cords weave information, education and communication(IEC)together. Drawing attention to them is the innovative contribution of evaluation of information, education and communication on child health in Amansie East District, Ashanti Region Ghana. It clarifies ways in which IEC functions within the Ghana Health Service. Readers, whether they are medical doctors, nurses, health educators, environmental health officers, will discover that this manuscript evokes ways of looking at existing IEC, mode of administration, quality of staff in charge of IEC, reach and frequency of the existing IEC and its effects on mothers with children 0-5years. It also provides several ways to make effective use of IEC to achieve coverage indicators for child health services. Allied health workers who will have to conduct health education in their daily routine will find this manuscript incredibly useful.As it provides the basic skills needed to conductive effective communication program.