Help Neeta Build a Hospital,Save Lives of Mothers,Babies in Champawat! | Milaap
Help Neeta Build a Hospital,Save Lives of Mothers,Babies in Champawat!
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    Sri Sri Rural Development Program Trust Sri Rural Development Program Trust
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    Sri Sri Rural Development Program Trust

    from Bengaluru, Karnataka

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Did you know, only 34 live births survive out of 1000 babies in Champawat? Shocking High Mortality Rate! 25 live births survive out of 1000 in Neonatal Mortality Rate! Under 5 Mortality Rate is 42/1000 live births. Watch Neeta appeal for a Maternity Ward - https://youtu.be/7pzSz88AT5w . To Renovate & Run Delivery Services at Government Subcenter, Paniya, Champawat,Kumaon Himalayas, Uttarakhand as a Model Delivery Point. Help us Help Mothers & Save New Borns in Champawat!

Benefit and Impact: This intervention at Paniya subcenter will benefit approximately 500 eligible couples with a population of 3600 people from 11 villages. It will complement the training of all the 11 ANMs (Auxiliary Nurse Midwives) of Pati Block of the district.

It will build a prototype for development of subcenters of the entire district as ideal delivery points over next 3 years.


Problems in current Sub-Centres:

- Lack of building infrastructure, trained staff, electricity, water, medical supplies.etc.

- Due to lack of transport, difficult terrain, pregnant mothers are unable to reach health care workers on time, leading to high mortality both in pregnant mothers and un-born babies. The care needed for a mother both before and after delivery is not made available to a mother.

Solution: Developing Paniya Subcenter as a Model Delivery Point:

- Renovation of the Labour room, ANM room.
- Essential equipment and supplies related gap filling.
- Training of ANMs on antenatal care, birth preparedness, identification of high-risk pregnancies and danger signs in pregnancy, timely referral, resuscitation and care of the new-born child.
- Improving reporting and data management skills
- Building linkages between community and services
- Employing a midwife, a multipurpose worker and a cleaner for a period of 2 years, who would be later taken on under government employment.

BUDGET: INR 29 lakhs over 1 year. Involves infrastructure, equipment, hiring of 3 full time workers including a nurse-midwife and 10% admin costs.

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