Quality of family planning services in UP and Bihar: Learnings and future opportunities

Uttar Pradesh and Bihar have witnessed significant improvement in modern contraceptive use over time, though quality of family planning services remains a concern. Improved quality of FP services helps attract new users as well as sustain existing users. This brief highlights the progress made in the availability and quality of FP services at facility-level along with opportunities for further improvement in both the states.

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PAHAL ISSUE 18

This issue provides an update on UP-TSU’s efforts in integrating the Gender e-module in SBA training, a feedback workshop with Government of Uttar Pradesh health officials by medical college RRTC faculty members and support Monitoring and Evaluation division of National Health Mission on capacity building workshop for State/Division/District officials to improve data-driven decision-making.

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Mentoring Nurses for a Healthier Future

In 2014, the Government of Uttar Pradesh, with the support of the UP TSU launched the Nurse Mentoring program in 25 high priority districts of the state. Based on the initial success, the program was scaled up across 820 blocks and 79 District Hospitals. This Photo Story captures the Nurse Mentoring Program at Aligarh District, highlighting the efforts on transition of the program to the government.

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Systematic Scale-up of Sustainable Training Systems in Uttar Pradesh

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.

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Transition of the Nurse Mentoring Program

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.

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