Maternal Child Health and Nutrition

Highlights of Community Based Maternal Child Health & Nutrition Program - Nutrition ensures healthy mind and body. This program connects and empowers the community to access, available and affordable health services

Program Outreach and Strategy

Four ongoing programs:

  • Enhancing the health and nutrition status of India’s most marginalized tribal communities
  • Urban Health Initiative in high burden district of Bhiwandi and Malegaon
  • Home Based Care Program to mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on families in 24 wards of Mumbai
  • Leveraging technology to transform the lives of pregnant women, lactating mothers and children (0-2 years) in Vasai, Nalasopara, Virar and Mira-Bhayander

Health & Nutrition

mMitra Programme for pregnant women & lactating mothers

Health and Nutrition for Tribals

Urban Health and Nutrition Initiatives

Home Based Care Programme for HIV/AIDS affected Families

Free mobile voice call service with timed and targeted preventive care information In any chosen language Identification followed by intense intervention with high risk pregnant women

Community mobilisation, engagement and capacity building,Demand generation for services, Strengthening delivery mechanisms, Developing, capacity building and sustaining Mata Samitis, Hope On Wheels,Mobile Nutrition Clinic

Increasing access to Govt. Services, Creating demand among the population, Advocacy for improvement in service delivery

Support of nutrition, medical, counselling, education, legal and social entitlements to families Ensure that families, stay together and children are protected in HIV/AIDS affected families

Individual Reached Across Health & Nutrition Programme of CCDT

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Leveraging Technology

Leveraging technology to transform lives – Project mMitra
urban health

Urban Health and Nutrition initiatives

Urban Health and Nutrition Initiatives
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Home Based Care Programme

Home based care Programme to strengthen and mitigate the impact of HIV/AIDS on Families