Roll out of the Comprehensive Primary Healthcare Application in Uttar Pradesh

The Government of Uttar Pradesh has rolled out a comprehensive digital health application called e-Kavach with the support of UP TSU. The app allows for longitudinal tracking of patient information – family planning, ANC, PNC, child health, & non-communicable diseases. It is intended for FLWs and facility-based users, with data available to all health officials for monitoring, identifying gaps, and developing implementation strategies. The report talks in-depth about the roll-out, challenges, and learnings from the pilot implemented in Uttar Pradesh.

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PAHAL Issue 16

PAHAL Issue 16 reflects back on the year 2022 and some key achievements by the Health and ICDS departments of UP. Some of the key highlights have been the in-principle agreement to link Revenue Villages to Health and Wellness Centers and to align the household responsibility of ASHAs and Anganwadi Workers within a revenue village. This will help reduce the missed beneficiaries for health and nutrition services and in easy exchange of data between the two.

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Daksh Training 

The idea behind launching the ‘Daksh’ training was to enable the service providers, including the nurse mentors to provide high-quality maternal and child health services. It was a state-level, six-day, competency-based residential training and certification program to be implemented through a skill lab. 

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Dakshata Training 

Dakshata training is a strategic training program for rapid improvement of competency in providing quality-based care for women and newborn around the peripartum period. The program aimed to augment the capacity and competency of the service providers [Staff Nurses (SNs), ANMs and Medical Officers] working at delivery points.

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Insights on Prevention of Anaemia Among Pregnant Women

This brief identifies the opportunity gaps in the effective coverage cascade for prevention of anaemia among pregnant women in India. The effective coverage cascade is used to identify coverage gaps, quantify coverage at each step, determine where the largest gaps exist within the cascade and prioritize where actions are most urgent. The findings are based on NFHS 5 data.

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