Enhancing Newborn Care
AbstractINHP-II promoted a set of simple interventions to influence neonatal outcomes, including antenatal tetanus toxoid, clean delivery and core care, early and exclusive breastfeeding and thermal care, as well as the identification and intensive home care of the low birth weight and premature babies. Implementation strategies included mainly the strengthening of the Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) program and the programs of the Health Department, particularly at the frontline and supervisory levels, emphasizing timely home visits and counseling during late pregnancy and immediately at and after childbirth. All interventions were implemented at the full project scale of 78 districts across nine states. This paper describes the results and lessons from this experience.
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Care; Neonatal Health; Mortality; RACHNA; Periodic Rapid Assessment; Baseline survey; Endline survey; Antenatal; Antenatal Tetanus Toxoid; Childbirth; Newborn Care;
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