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Reproductive Child Health Program

Partner Organization: Local Self Government

Area of Operation: Jabalpur District


  • To lay the foundation of proper psychological, physical and social development of the child
  • To mobilize masses and ensure universal immunization for children in the age group of 0-6
  • To effect empowerment of the mother to look after health and nutritional need of child through proper nutrition and health education
  • Improving access, capacity building of village health workers and strengthening of infrastructure
  • To encourage safe deliveries by trained personnel in hygienic conditions
  • Promoting use of contraceptive methods among eligible couples for advocating healthy family life and responsible parenting
  • To generate awareness among mother children, eligible couples, women and adolescents for future sustainability of the project




  • Sensitization and mobilization of rural community
  • Capacity building of the untrained village health workers
  • Empowerment of community specially of women for developing greater understanding and functional skills on matters related to child care
  • Establishing live dialogue with adolescents, to improve their knowledge about reproductive health and functions and grooming them to be responsive parents
  • Arranging for health and nutrition education in the context of local condition and available resources
  • Strengthening of referral services
  • Facilitating creation of self sustaining health support system at village level

Target Population:

  • 8,650 Children (0-6 year age group)
  • 6,356 Eligible Couples

Impact Assessment:

  • Higher level of awareness among the villagers, especially women on matters of RCH
  • Universalization of vaccination and immunization for mothers and children under the age group of 0-6 years
  • Increase in number of institutional delivery by 45%
  • Reduction in IMR by 6 points
  • Better nutritional status of children
 Milestones for each output:


  • Demand for health care services.
  • Reduction in incidences of IMR and MMR and Reproductive Tract Infections.
  • Lesser Children per couple and spacing between birth of siblings.
  • Reduction in instances of Sexually transmitted diseases, HIV and AIDS cases.
  • Sensitized and active and government health personnel and there participation in delivery of health services