decline in Maternal Mortality Ratio from 400 (2004-06)1 to 216 (2015-17)2
pregnant women annually die from avoidable causes, accounting for 12% of global maternal deaths2
decline in Neonatal Mortality Rate from 39.0 (2004)1 to 22.7 (2017)2
children under the age of 5 die annually from avoidable causes, accounting for 17% of global under-5 deaths2
children under the age of 5 die from pnuemonia annually, the second highest burden globally3
children under the age of 5 die from diarrhoea, the highest burden globally4
Women delivered in a health facility5
An improvement from 39% (2005-06)6 to 79% (2015-16)5
the pregnant women did not receive the recommended 4 antenatal care (ANC) checkups5
Although the proportion of mothers receiving at least 4 ANCs improved from 37% (2005-06)6 to 51% (2015-16)5
Women did not receive the Recommended post-natal visit within 2 days of delivery5
By 2030, India aims to reach a Maternal Mortality Ratio of 70.
By 2030, end preventable deaths of newborns and children under 5 years of age, aiming to
reduce neonatal mortality to at least as low as 12 per 1,000 live births and under-5 mortality to at
least as low as 25 per 1,000 live births.
IHAT and The University of Manitoba are working in close collaboration with the Government of Uttar Pradesh to improve availability, quality and utilisation across the community, facility and systemic level for maternal, newborn and child health outcomes.
IHAT works with the government to enhance the coverage and quality of antenatal care, birth planning, home-based maternal, newborn, child health services and immunisation.
We build the capacity of Frontline Workers to mobilise communities to seek and receive essential maternal and child health services by supporting the government in their training and mentoring.
We develop job aids and tools to support the Frontline Workers to easily communicate and educate the women in the community
IHAT works towards improving the quality of Emergency Obstetric & Newborn care (Comprehensive and Basic) and paediatric services by strengthening knowledge, skills and practice of service providers.
The Nurse Mentors model provides on-site mentoring to the staff nurses to build their capacity on critical maternal and child health practices while the Regional Resource Training Center Training ropes in faculty from the medical colleges to mentor specialist doctors at first referral units to activate/strengthen Comprehensive Emergency Obstetric & Newborn services.
IHAT supports the government in conducting situational analysis to assess the availability of equipment, supplies and trained human resources for Emergency Obstetric & Newborn care (Comprehensive and Basic) and paediatric services.
It works with the government to develop micro-plans to address these gaps and facilitates the process where necessary.
This poster highlights the Skilled Birth Attendant Trainings that have be scaled up by the Government of Uttar Pradesh, with support from Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit.Read More
In 2013, the Government of Uttar Pradesh (GoUP), with support from UP TSU launched the Nurse Mentoring program in 25 high-priority districts, which was scaled up to 820 blocks and 79 district hospitals of Uttar Pradesh, and now has been transitioned to the GoUP. The poster talks about the journey of the program and its transition a sustainable model with government taking over the program.Read More
ASHAs act as an interface between the community and the public health system in creating awareness on health and its social determinants within the community, and mobilizing the community towards local health planning and increased utilization of health services. This brief highlights importance of building capacities of ASHAs through the cluster meeting platform.Read More
1 Sample Registeration System 2006
2 Sample Resisteration System Statistical Report 2017
3 Fighting for Breath: A call to action to stop children dying from pneumonia
4 One is too many: Ending child deaths from pneumonia and diarrhoea
5 National Family Health Survey – 4