Missed Opportunities for Co-administered Vaccines (MoCVs): Impact on the Progress of Full Immunization Coverage

Under the Uttar Pradesh Routine Immunization Strengthening Project, UP TSU conducted a comprehensive community-based study to understand the coverage of routine immunization in 100 focused blocks of the state. This evidence brief brings out findings related to the impact on the progress of full immunization coverage with respect to the missed opportunities for co-administered vaccines.

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Assessing the Timeliness in Routine Immunization

Under the Uttar Pradesh Routine Immunization Strengthening Project, UP TSU conducted a comprehensive community-based study to understand the coverage of routine immunization in 100 focused blocks of the state. This evidence brief highlights the findings related to timeliness in vaccination using data from a rapid assessment survey to understand the timely coverage of the applicable vaccines included in the immunization schedule.

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Innovation Hub Strategy for Madhya Pradesh (2023 – 2026)

The Innovation Hub Strategy for Madhya Pradesh brief describes the IHAT-IGPH strategy for Madhya Pradesh. The overarching purpose of IHAT’s work is to catalyse the state’s response to reduce inequity in access to and utilization of critical interventions that impact population-level health outcomes, with a primary focus on health systems strengthening, reproductive, maternal newborn and child health (RMNCH) and Tuberculosis. 

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PAHAL Issue 20

The 20th edition of the PAHAL is a 5-year milestone edition and is a testament to our team’s dedication and hard work as we continue to support GoUP towards making strides in public health at the facility, system, and community levels. This edition showcases some of the key initiatives that have been driving positive change in our organization and the communities we serve.

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Measuring the effectiveness and quality of RMNCH Services at the CiVHSND Platform through Onsite Observations in Uttar Pradesh

Reaching over 100,000 villages monthly, the CiVHSND is an essential healthcare platform in UP. This platform empowers communities by providing vital Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn, Child Health and Nutrition (RMNCH+N) services, with a focus on integrated, beneficiary-centric care. The Brief describes the methodology that was evolved by UP TSU along with GoUP to measure the availability, coverage, and quality of service delivery.

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