“IHAT’s Uttar Pradesh Technical Support has established concurrent monitoring systems in the 100 Blocks of 25 high priority districts (HPDs) of the states – one of the monitoring mechanisms being the Rolling Facility Survey (RFS), which periodically monitors the progress in the knowledge, skills and practices of nurses in the facilities of the intervention area, and helps making mid-course corrections in the nurse-mentoring programme. The present report brings forth a comparative status of the maternal and newborn healthcare practices in public health facilities in the intervention area. In addition, the report also provides the progress in the knowledge and skills of Staff Nurses/Auxiliary Nurse Midwives on the themes related to maternal and newborn healthcare.
The 7th issue of PAHAL chronicles the concerted efforts of the GoUP and UP TSU to restore access and delivery of RMNCH+A & nutrition services in Uttar Pradesh, while managing the COVID crisis. It highlights UP TSU’s efforts to convert to online ecosystem – real-time UPHMIS data updation by ANMs, the LaQshya Resource Package to ensure NQA standards, among other strategy innovations.
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.