Fertility and family planning in Uttar Pradesh, India: major progress and persistent gaps

Uttar Pradesh (UP) is the most populous state in India with historically high levels of fertility rates than the national average. Though fertility levels in UP declined considerably in recent decades, the current level is well above the government’s target of 2.1.

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PAHAL: Issue 4

“PAHAL” is IHAT’s quarterly newsletter highlighting the work done by Government of Uttar Pradesh with the technical support from Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit.

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Improving Knowledge and Skills of ASHAs: Using Job Aids to Support the Management of Sick Under-Five Children

IHAT conducted trainings with ASHAs to improve their ability to recognise danger signs and manage possible severe bacterial infection, pneumonia and diarrhoea at the community level. This brief highlights usage of job aids to improve skills and knowledge of ASHAs to support management of sick under-five children.

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Facility Readiness for Child Health Services in 25 High Priority Districts of Uttar Pradesh

Facility readiness for child health services is significant to overall improvement in the health system. This document throws light on the results of the UP-TSU child health facility readiness assessments and its utilisation in developing evidence-based plans for facility strengthening at the district hospitals in 25 High Priority Districts.

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Progress in Uttar Pradesh in antenatal care, institutional delivery and maternal mortality reductions

Uttar Pradesh (UP) has made major strides towards improving the availability of Antenatal Care (ANC) across the state, particularly in the High Priority Districts (HPDs)

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