children under the age of five are stunted1
down from 48% in (2005-06)2 to 38% in (2015-16)1
children under the age of five are under weight1
despite a decline from 43% (2005-06)2 to 36% (2015-16)1
the pregnant women are anaemic1
down from 58% (2005-06)2 to 50.4% (2015-16)1
children under 6 months exclusively breastfed (2015-16)1
up from 46% in 2005-062
By 2030, End all forms of malnutrition in children under 5 years of age and address
the nutritional needs of adolescent girls, pregnant and lactating women
In collaboration with the University of Manitoba, we support the Government of Uttar Pradesh in reducing
maternal and child mortality, by improving Maternal, Infant and Young Child Nutrition (MIYCN),
in 29 high priority districts and aspirational districts.
We support the Department of Child Development’s Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) and National Health Mission, in building the capacity of Frontline Workers (Anganwadi Workers and ASHAs) to counsel communities with focus on promoting the early initiation of breast-feeding within the first hour of birth, exclusive breast-feeding up to 6 months, importance of diet diversity in children above 6 months, iron + folic acid supplements for pregnant women.
We support the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) and State Nutrition Mission in implementating the Poshan Abhiyaan.
We provide technical support for rolling out of the ICDS Common Application Software, facilitating Incremental Learning Approach Training, supporting quality implementation of community-based events and facilitating the development of Convergent Action Plans at the block and district levels.
The Government of Uttar Pradesh is developing a Human Resources for Health strategy, which includes policies to address rural distribution & retention of government doctors in Uttar Pradesh. This paper throws light on the stakeholder analysis and results pertaining to rural distribution and retention of doctors in the government sector in the state.Read More
Care during pregnancy or Antenatal care (ANC) is widely recognized as an essential element of safe motherhood. India contributes 20% of the total estimated maternal deaths that occur globally each year as per WHO estimates. Most of these maternal deaths occur during the third trimester, child-birth and the ﬁrst week after birth. The UP TSU supported the Government of Uttar Pradesh in planning and implementing community interventions to strengthen antenatal care in Uttar Pradesh rural areas.Read More
The Uttar Pradesh COVID-19 Unified Data Platform was developed and implemented as the state’s digital response to the pandemic. This comprehensive platform brought together all the public and private stakeholders engaged in the state’s COVID-19 health response, thus ensuring that the State has a single point of truth with respect to the pandemic management.Read More