The Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit has established concurrent monitoring systems in the 100 Blocks of 25 high priority districts of the state – one of them being the Community Behaviour Tracking Surveys (CBTS). This report highlights the key findings of the first round of CBTS conducted for the year 2014. It provides important information on the current status of several of the RMNCH+A indicators at the block level. The data and the inferences have played a pivotal role in defining and designing strategies to improve health outcomes by equally focusing on the community health workers, facility improvements and systems for data, supplies, etc.
PAHAL Issue 6 takes you through the ongoing work of effectivising public health service-delivery in Uttar Pradesh. Read the issue to know how novel e-learning platforms are helping in building the capacity of the health workers. The issue also includes the solutions adopted to address the on-site service delivery gaps with due COVID-19 precautionary measures.
The fifth edition of PAHAL comes to you during the Corona Virus pandemic and UP-TSU is supporting GoUP in the planning and implementation of its response to this outbreak. Read upon how various initiatives, including an integrated digital platform is helping GoUP in tracking the lifecycle of persons suspected with COVID-19 in a seamless way.
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.