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.
The 19th edition of the PAHAL newsletter provides updates on UP-TSU’s efforts in strengthening the SBA recruitment process through digitalisation, digitally enabling FLWs with eKavach implementation improving the health data quality across all 18 divisions of the state, and other key activities.
A Monitoring and Evaluation Unit was established within UP TSU, to support the Government of Uttar Pradesh to enhance the use of data for decision-making in terms of data availability, accessibility, quality and use for improved health outcomes. This brief captures the innovative approaches and interventions adopted by UP TSU in strengthening government data eco-system in Uttar Pradesh.
Case Study Workbook for counselors was developed to support counselors and service providers to communicate effectively on family planning by using a case study approach to understand the various challenging situations faced by the community with respect to family planning.