This manual contains an experiential training designed to enhance competencies to deliver evidence-based high impact interventions that will help to reduce preventable maternal and newborn deaths.
This brochure describes USAID’s flagship project VRIDDHI which provides techno-managerial support to the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India and the state governments of Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Punjab, and Uttarakhand to plan, implement and monitor RMNCH+A interventions at scale.
This infographic/poster illustrates how VRIDDHI's activities support the population across reproductive, maternal and child health.
This is done, as illustrated in the poster, though capacity building, supportive intervention, quality improvements and partnerships.
VRIDDHI: Scaling Up RMNCH+A interventions Project works with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India to realize its goal of ensuring comprehensive and integrated health services to mothers, children and adolescents through a ‘continuum of care’ approach.
This campaign was designed to motivate mothers to wash their own hands with soap and to encourage their children to do the same. The campaign involved framing handwashing with soap without using the word "germs" and to frame the discussion as a matter of good manners which will help ensure the success of their children. On the part of the chil
This four minute video is designed to encourage national and multinational businesses in India to invest in family planning through their corporate social responsibility (CSR) initiatives.
On this page are several materials about No Scalpel Vasectomy (NSV) created by the RESPOND project for Hindi audiences (also translated into English):
This video follows a young mother and her daughter. The daughter is clearly carrying a heavy backpack, accompanying the mother on her shopping. When they get home, the mother realizes how heavy the child's backpack is, and recalls her daughter complaining often about how hard it is to carry it around.
The International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), in cooperation with the Indian Pharmaceutical Association, has developed a handbook for healthcare professionals entitled “All you need to know about spurious medicines”, which contains tips on preventing and detecting counterfeit medicines as well as advice on how to minimise the threat and cha
In India, CCP supports rural health workers by connecting them to the knowledge and information they need.
Gyan Jyoti (Hindi for “Light of Knowledge”) is an app that acts as a portable library of family planning materials for health workers to study and share with their clients. This video describes the project and its impact.