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HAPPY-FEET

  1. 1. (मााँ का घर ) MOTHER’S HOME / MORNING MEAL SYSTEM NOURISH TO FLOURISH Team members: • Bharathi L. • Priyanka J. • Surendar B. • Subasri M. • Pavithra M.G.
  2. 2. MALNUTRITION INADEQUATE DIETARY INTAKE DISEASE Inadequate care for child, women Insufficient health services, environment RESOURSES AND CONTROL (human, economic, organizational resources) POTENTIAL RESOURCES Political and ideological factors Economic Structure Inadequate education manifestation Immediate causes Underlying causes Basic causes MALNUTRITION is defined as the insufficient or imbalanced consumption of nutrients. Several different nutrition disorder may develop depending on which nutrients are lacking. Malnutrition is Faulty nutrition resulting from • malabsorption • Poor diet or over eating Inadequate access to food  43% of Indian children under five years are underweight and 48 % (i.e. 61 million children) are stunted due to chronic under nutrition, India accounts for more than 3 out of every 10 stunted children in the world.  The percentage of children who are severely underweight is almost 5 times higher among children whose mothers have no education than among children whose mothers have 12 or more years of schooling.  Under nutrition is more common for children of mothers who are undernourished themselves (i.e. body mass index below 18.5) than for children whose mothers are not undernourished.  India has the highest number of low birth weight babies per year at an estimated 7.4 million.  Vitamin and mineral deficiency are highly prevalent throughout the country. More than one third of the world’s children who are wasted live in India.
  3. 3. ILLITERACY SPECIALLY IN WOMEN POOR ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES LACK OF AVAILABILITY OF SAFE DRINKING WATER POOR SANITATION AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS AND LOW PURCHASING POWER ETC. EARLY MARRIAGES OF GIRLS TEENAGE PREGNANCIES RESULTING IN LOW BIRTH WEIGHT OF THE NEWBORNS POOR BREAST FEEDING PRACTICES POOR COMPLEMENTARY FEEDING PRACTICES IGNORANCE ABOUT NUTRITIONAL NEEDS OF INFANTS AND YOUNG CHILDREN . CAUSES OF THE PROBLEM INDIA AT THE ALARMING STAGE  The world bank estimates that India is ranked 2nd in the world of the number of children suffering from malnutrition. We have them living around us, in our neighbourhood.  UN estimates that 2.1 million Indian children die before reaching age of 5 every year.  Every second a child falls into the hands of malnutrition  And for every 5 seconds a child dies. Reason for selecting specific cause: The first and foremost cause of malnutrition is the illiteracy and lack of awareness especially in women Teen pregnancy and poor breastfeeding practices results in low birth weight(BMI) and defects in child. So our solution is to eradicate malnutrition at the initial stage itself(pregnant women). Also we provide measures to enrich the child growth at school level.
  4. 4. MOTHER’S HOME INTRODUCING MORNING MEAL SCHEME  A census of pregnant women is taken in all the region and a “mother’s home” is built up in dense populated area.  MOTHER’S HOME is the place which provides daily enriched food and vitamin supplementation( fruits, vegetables)for women.  Monitoring the entire cycle of pregnancy by observing the growth and stimulation of the fetus . (health monitoring card is provided)  Transportation facilities are provided to pregnant ladies in order to come to mothers home and also for their ANC check up.  Training for small scale jobs(handcrafts items , weaving basket , etc.,) are given to them (2 hrs /day) and given a stipend monthly in order to eradicate poverty.  Breast feeding awareness and complementary food instructions are given primarily.  Among the 3 course of meal we take, breakfast seems to provide the most effective form of energy  Providing Breakfast in primary government schools will enrich the growth of the children.  This scheme has to be monitored by health sector instead of human resource development. TRAINING AND TRANSPORTATION FOR PREGANANT WOMEN
  5. 5. MOTHER’S HOME -Disease control -Treatment/drugs -Nutritional food supply -Health education-Transport for check up-Self employment. FREE OF COST Affordable for all APPROPRIATE TECHNOLOGY Scientifically sound culturally and socially acceptable INTEGRATED Use of all resources Agricultural etc..DEVELOP LOCAL HEALTH WOMEN POWER Support supervision training SERVICES Curative Preventive Protective Rehabilitative MAXIMIZE SELF RELIANCE AND DETERMINATION community participation in planning ,organisation and management. MORNING MEAL SCHEME: Breakfast-as the name indicates is about breaking the 12 hour fasting. Poor children get to school because of mid day meal scheme. But that one should under that Breakfast provides ultimate nutrition content, controls cholesterol level, improves concentration, terminates ulcer and also other vitamin deficiencies..
  6. 6. EXISTING ALTERNATIVE Money scheme fails because of usage of money in any other way Food items provided by the government at present is not at good quality, poor infrastructure in kitchen shed. Irregularity in serving meals, abnormality in supply of food grains to school, caste based discrimination in serving foods Awareness program and camp are not effective. Improper breast feeding practise . PROPOSED SOLUTION Mother’s home provide vitamin water, fruits, proteinaceous food, milk with zinc content etc. Taking health and cleanliness class to cooking staffs. They are trained in such a way that they deliver a parental care Correct supplementation of vitamins straightly under the control of health sector Transportation is arranged for reaching mother’s home and also for check up hence it reduces the cost of living. Stipend are provided which boost their family background. T raining classes –craft work helps them as an exercise and provide self confidence & relief to their mind
  7. 7.  For nutritional purposes MAM KA GHARA provides 1500 calories (with 80-100 grams of protein ) every day to every pregnant women and MORNING MEAL SCHEME provides 500 calories(with 25 grams of protein) at breakfast  Delivery of service under MAM KA GHARA is managed in an integrated manner health and welfare sector, its worker and helper,etc.,  The services of Immunisation, Health Check-up and Referral Services delivered through Public Health Infrastructure under the MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE  The scheme should be Centrally sponsored with the state governments contributing up to 1.00 (1.6¢ US) per day per child. MALNUTRITION मााँ का घर / MORN MEAL NOURISHED INDIA
  8. 8. मााँ का घर / MORNING MEAL MINISTRY OF HRD MINISTRY OF MICRO & SMALL,MEDIUM ENTERPRICES MINISTRY OF HEALTH & FAMILY WELFARE MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE NUTRITION OFFICER (Dist. Epidemiology) FINANCE ADVISER AND CHIEF DIRECTOR ECONOMICAL ADVISER CONSULTANT PLAN MONITORING WORKERS AND HELPERS FUNDER PROVIDER Secretary DEVELOPMENT COMMISSIONER DIRECTOR PEOPLE/PUBLIC CONSULTANT (food ,nutrition) RESEARCHER (WHO, UNICEF)
  9. 9. 1.Gathering of pregnant women. 2. Mother’s Home. 3.Vitamin enriched ingredients. 4. Good vegetables. 5. Fruits(vitamin-A, B,C,folic acid). 6.Vitamin-k (cooking oil), v.water, zinc milk. 7.Nourished Food.8.Awarness program. 9. Training period. 10.Transport for pregnant women. 11.Health Advice 12. Regular ANC check up. 13. Healthy Baby. 14. self-employment after delivery.CleanlinessMorning Meal
  10. 10. Improved food and feeding practise Enhanced monitoring system. Decreases the unwanted drugs Controls micro nutrition deficiency Self empowerment in women Builds self confidence and self esteem Enriched lifestyle and spins good relationship Training program and permanent awareness Develop transportation with ease Towards cleaner environment Provide quality care for children Child specific growth monitoring card Eradicates illiteracy
  11. 11. Compiling 3 sector is quite difficult. Money won’t reach people .it can be corrupted. Hand crafts produced won’t give income to government. They never believe outside people. Food expenditure is High. After 7th month ,pregnant women can’t travel -Provide self confidence, decrease wastage of money in other way. - hence “mother’s home” located at dense populated pregnant women area. - By making volunteers & head from their neighborhood. - Training and direct supplement of food items decreases corruption. - Appointing new officers & worker eradicates unemployment. -Cultivating vegetables in kitchen gardening by using waste water. MITIGATION FACTOR:
  12. 12. • Number of Pregnant Women Received 3 ANC Checkups in India 2011 | Data Portal India • Sarubin Fragaakis A, Thomson C. The Health Professional's Guide to Popular Dietary Supplements. 3rd ed. Chicago, IL: American Dietetic Association, 2007. • Hamrick I, Counts SH. Vitamin and mineral supplements. Wellness and Prevention. December 2008:35(4);729-747. • Mason JB. Vitamins, trace minerals, and other micronutrients. In: Goldman L, Ausiello D, eds. Cecil Medicine. 23rd • Ministry of Women & Child Development, India • Integrated Child Development Services (India) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia • Top 10 Foods Highest in Vitamin K, Vitamin A: Medline Plus Medical Encyclopedia

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