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Village Health & Nutrition Day

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  • 1. Village Health & Nutrition Day (VHND/ MCHN) State Institute of Health & Family Welfare, Jaipur
  • 2. MCHN day • Organized once every month preferably on Thursdays • For those villages that have been left out, on any other day of the same month) • At the AWC in the village • Mobilization by ASHAs, AWWs, SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 2
  • 3. Services on MCHN day • Registration of all Pregnant women • ANC • Dropouts (PW) to be tracked and services provided • Vaccination • Dropout children to be vaccinated • Vitamin A solution • Weigh all children & record • Anti-TB drugs to be given • Distribution of condoms & OCPs to all eligible couples • Supplementary nutrition to underweight children SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 3
  • 4. Issues for discussion • Danger signs during pregnancy • Importance of ID • Importance of PNC • Counseling on ENBC • Registration for JSY • Counseling for better nutrition • Exclusive Breastfeeding • Weaning & complementary feeding SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 4
  • 5. • Care during diarrhea & home management • Care during ARI • Prevention of malaria, TB, and other communicable diseases • Prevention of HIV/AIDS • Prevention of STIs • Dangers of sex selection • Age at marriage SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 5
  • 6. • Importance of safe drinking water • Personal hygiene • Household sanitation • Education of children • Information on RTIs, STIs, HIV and AIDS • Disease outbreak • Disaster management SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 6
  • 7. Identify cases needing special attention Identify • Children with disabilities • Children with grade III and grade IV for referral • Severe cases of anemia • Pregnant women who need hospitalization • Cases of malaria, TB, leprosy, and kala azar • Problems of the old and the destitute • Pay special attention to the SC, ST, minorities & weaker sections • Reproductive & Child Health Program (RCH) SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 7
  • 8. Who should owe responsibility for MCHN day • ASHA • AWW • PRI member • Helper of AWW • Staff to come from outside the village • ANMs • Male MPW (if available) • ASHA facilitators (if available) SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 8
  • 9. ASHA : Before MCHN day Ø Visit all households, particularly poor/SC/ST households Ø Make a list of: • Pregnant women • Women who need ANC for first time or for repeat visits • Infants who need immunization, were left out or dropped-out SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 9
  • 10. • Children who need care for malnutrition • Children who were missed during the pulse polio round • Children with special needs, particularly girl children • TB patients who need anti-TB drugs • Coordinate with the AWW and the ANM SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 10
  • 11. ASHA: on MCHN day Ø Ensure that: • All listed women & children come for services • Malnourished children come for consultation with the ANM • Supplementary nutrition to children with special needs • All listed TB patients collect their drugs Ø Assist the ANM and the AWW SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 11
  • 12. AWW: on MCHN day • Ensure that the AWC is clean & availability of clean drinking water • Ensure a place with privacy at the AWC for ANC • Keep an adequate number of MCH cards • Coordinate activities with ASHA and ANM SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 12
  • 13. ANM: on MCHN day Ø Ensure that: • VHND is held without fail • Supplies, instruments, drugs • Communication materials • Adequate money is available for disbursement to the ASHA • Reporting of the VHND to the MO/IC Ø Coordinate with the ASHA and the AWW SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 13
  • 14. PRI: on MCHN Day Ø Ensure the availability of: • VHSC members, schoolteachers and PRI members • Clean drinking water, proper sanitation SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 14
  • 15. Service package Ø Maternal Health Ø Early registration of pregnancies Ø Focused ANC Ø Referral for complicated pregnancies and emergency cases Ø Referral for safe abortion to approved MTP centers Ø Counseling on: • Education of adolescent girls SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 15
  • 16. • Age at marriage • Care during pregnancy • Danger signs during pregnancy • Birth preparedness • Importance of nutrition • Institutional delivery • Identification of referral transport • Availability of funds under the JSY for referral transport SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 16
  • 17. • Post-natal care • Breastfeeding and complementary feeding • Care of a newborn • Contraception Ø Organizing group discussions SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 17
  • 18. Check list for supervision of MCHN Ø General information: Session site, availability of staff, timings displayed Ø List of beneficiaries Ø Cold chain: Vaccine carrier with ice packs, VVM's status on vaccine vials Ø Availability of essential supplies Ø Vaccination – process monitoring Ø Availability of IEC/BCC material SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 18
  • 19. Ø Disposal of AD syringes Ø Immunization for children scheduled to arrive Ø Follow-up activities for ANC Ø Blood films collected for MP Ø Client satisfaction: Exit interviews Ø Disbursement of incentives to ASHA Ø Record review for • Women and children from vulnerable communities SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 19
  • 20. MCHN week: Guidelines • Vaccination sites AWW Schools Urban dispensaries Private clinics • Team Vaccinator & Social mobilizers • Timing Begin at 10:00 am not more than two sessions/ day SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 20
  • 21. Outcomes of MCHN day • 100% coverage with preventive and promotive interventions • Preventive and promotive coverage for the National Disease Control Programs • Increased awareness • Improved knowledge about the services • Greater emphasis on the community's role SIHFW: an ISO9001: 2008 certified institution 21
  • 22. Thank You For more details log on to www. sihfwrajasthan.com or contact : Director-SIHFW on sihfwraj@yahoo.co.in

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