The Community Behaviour Tracking Survey (CBTS) is an integral part of a standard monitoring system established for tracking the progress of the Uttar Pradesh Technical Support Unit’s community intervention program. CBTS Round three provides the district level estimates on key reproductive, maternal, new born and child health indicators. This report puts forth some priority areas such as full antenatal care, postnatal care, exclusive breastfeeding, skin-to-skin care, full immunization, and unmet need for family planning, which need to be prioritized for certain population groups and districts in order to minimize the risk of neonatal deaths and maternal mortality in the state. The estimates and analysis provided in the report have provided workable insights for the district and block level health officials to review develop, implement and prioritize specific plans for the improvement of RMNCH indicators in their respective areas
The COVID-19 pandemic forced digression within public health interventions across the globe. As the world learns to cope with the new normal, it is important to ensure that vulnerable populations continue to access life saving health services. This report documents the COVID-19 interventions by IHAT in India and PHDA in Kenya, both in partnership with IGPH, University of Manitoba.
The video magazine provides a glimpse of UP TSU’s initiatives undertaken during the year 2019 in collaboration with the Government of Uttar Pradesh and with support from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
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.