Adopt a pregnant mother from an urban slum by Foundation for Mother and Child Health

Adopt a pregnant mother from an urban slum

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Every monthly donation helps more women like Sufiya with nutrition

Sufiya Ansari (name changed), 30, belongs to Gafur basti in Bhiwandi. Apart from her three children, Sufiya has had two miscarriages and two of her children have died during delivery. With limited financial resources, she finds it difficult to take care of herself and her children.

FMCH conducted her first antenatal check-up. It indicated a very low hemoglobin count and low BP, and she was identfied as a 'High-Risk'. FMCH worked closely with Sufiya and her husband, explaining the medical reports, sharing information about the condition that Sufiya had and answering questions related to options for treatment.

Sufiya and her family and the FMCH team now eagerly await the delivery of a healthy child.

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Program Description

FMCH has been implementing the Urban Nutrition Initiative at Bhiwandi since 2015. This program ensures that women and children who fall into the category of ‘First 1000 Days’ are linked with their local ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme) center, and able to access services.

The services include regular growth monitoring, availability of trusted, accurate information and support from the very first day of detection of pregnancy till the child completes two years of age. Through this program, FMCH works closely with the ICDS system, strengthening the frontline workers towards better implementation of essential nutrition actions as defined by WHO. This includes early registration of pregnancy, complete antenatal care, exclusive breastfeeding for 6 months, adequate and timely complementary feeding from 7 months, ORS treatment during diarrhea and Vitamin A & Iodine supplementation

When you donate to this program, a needy pregnant woman will receive care through her pregnancy till her child is two years old.

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About The NGO

Foundation for Mother and Child Health
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Foundation for Mother and Child Health

FMCH is a grassroots organization that focuses on bringing good health and nutrition intervention for women and children in vulnerable communities of Mumbai. Their programs encourage preventive health, balanced nutrition and child development practices in underprivileged communities. To this effect, they have adopted a holistic approach to embrace, educate and empower mothers and children in their social environment.

The FMCH Training Center was launched with the objective of developing a cadre of professionals across Maharashtra and eventually the entire country, that is equipped with the right knowledge and best practices in order to impact a larger community. Urban Nutrition Initiative and Project Poshan are nutrition-specific interventions where FMCH works closely with the families and communities at large to promote good health, hygiene, and nutrition practices.

The programs initiated by FMCH impact close to 927 pregnant and lactating mothers annually. They dream of a world where the potential of each child is not limited by poor early health or malnutrition

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Founded in 1991
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Piya Mukherjee

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Nutrition | women

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Maharashtra

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directly supported 1552 women and children with quality healthcare

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Renewals FY 19-20

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Program Updates

Program Updates

1 June, 2022

Malnutrition alleviation for Pregnant and Lactating mothers

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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

Milestones and major events include but are not limited to:

  1. Covid 19 vaccination done for all the project staff
  2. 78% coverage of the beneficiaries registered under the project in the half-year

Area covered: Bhiwandi, Mumbai

People impacted: 4000+ direct beneficiaries

Beneficiaries (pregnant mothers and lactating women) were impacted via: 1:1 home visit counselling done by field officers, education sessions on nutrition and pregnancy and other both online and offline community events.


Challenges faced and next steps

Challenges faced: Community does not follow COVID protocols COVID related hurdles: Beneficiaries have migrated due to job loss

To overcome these hurdles, FMCH is doing ample work on vaccine awareness, hand washing and other COVID protocols. FMCH staff is always masked and sacrosanct about following all COVID precaution measures. For beneficiaries who have migrated, FMCH staff reaches out to them via phone calls and does virtual consults for them.

Goals for the next 6 months:

  1. Identifying new beneficiaries and enrolling them
  2. Completing existing programs successfully
  3. Creating support groups for pregnant and lactating women to build in sustainability

Stories from the ground

AS is a resident of Bhiwandi staying with her mother-in-law, husband and her five-year-old baby during the time of her enrolment in the programme our Field Officer (FO) Priti. She was pregnant for the second time and in the 8th month of her pregnancy. During the counselling session, FO found that AS had not registered herself for Antenatal Care (ANC) services in any of the health facilities due to the mindset of her family, especially her mother-in-law. According to her mother-in-law, hospital services are not good for the baby and the mother. Due to the prevalence of this attitude among the family members, AS delivered her first baby at home with no access to any of the Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services. Understanding the need, FO counselled her family members (mother-in-law and husband) along with her and explained the importance of early registration of pregnancy, ANC check-ups, immunisation, intake of nutritional supplements during pregnancy and the need for increasing food frequency and diversity for improving the health of mother and child both. Due to the efforts of FO, there was some behaviour change in the family and they enrolled AS for ANC services in the nearby health post. Later, she had a hospital delivery and both mother and child were happy and healthy.

Note: Beneficiary names have been changed


25 November, 2021

Community Nutrition Initiative

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Activities and work undertaken in the last 5-6 months

The objectives of the program in Bhiwandi are:-Improved nutritional status will be measured by the change in the indicators such as reduction of malnutrition in children (measured through anthropometric measurement and MUAC), increased antenatal care and safe deliveries, healthier children being born, number of women following infant care practices as per the WHO & UNICEF [1] protocols among others.-Improving nutritional status include (but are not limited to) empowering the high-risk community of Bhiwandi with creating awareness to make the right nutritional choices, creating access to health check-ups during pregnancy and strengthening the system.-We also aim at bringing about social behavioural change in the communities by working with decision-makers like the men in the family, the older women, influencers, leaders etc. We envision an ecosystem change that will lead to a shift in the indicators for mother and child health.The activities conducted in the community were:● To conduct Nutrition course and pregnancy club● To monitor growth (anthropometry) of children and weight measurement of pregnant women in anganwadisHome visits and counselling To conduct Community talks as per the need ● Celebrations: Women’s dayDetails of the activities:Pregnancy Club Session:The key objective of our pregnancy club activity is to provide tools to pregnant women to ensure a healthy baby is born and they can maintain a robust breastfeeding relationship with their newborn.Monthly pregnant women sign up and go through a module that has been developed by experts of maternal health. In this club activity, there are sessions, including a piece on relaxation, Q&A and danger signs along with a specific topic of discussion. The Pregnancy Club is considered a safe space where along with information; women also have space to share their concerns, issues and doubts. Nutrition Course:The purpose of this activity is to provide hands-on training to women on nutrition through practical demonstrations. This activity includes practical cooking demonstrations, involving various locally available nutritious products that may be used in daily diet.Practical demonstration of recipes follows the mandate of being low cost, nutritious and time-efficient to cater to the needs of the community. This exercise is of importance especially during the complementary feeding phase, where parents introduce solid foods to the infant for the first time. Appropriate complementary and weaning foods help fill in the gap of required nutrition for the infant who also continues to breastfeed. During this course, the participants learn about the process of introducing complementary foods, the concept of food groups and the importance of diet diversity, the concept of adequate food and the frequency and usage of locally available ingredients. Anthropometry:Anthropometry refers to the study of human body measurements. Field Officers routinely conduct height and weight measurements (for 0 – 24-month-old children and pregnant women) at the Anganwadi (AW)with the help and support of Anganwadi workers (AWW).Field Officers visit AW and conduct this activity with the help and support of AWW workers. The measurements are filled in the NuTree app and the app readily displays the child's nutritional status based on its visits. Mothers and caretakers are informed about the status and are included in the process. Home Visits and Counselling:Based on the information filled in the NuTree app home visits and counselling are planned. During this visit, the beneficiary is given information on nutrition, pregnancy, newborn care, food groups, the importance of IFA tablets etc. based on her situation. Forms are filled in the app simultaneously. Doubts of the beneficiaries are also solved. These visits are customized based on the needs of the beneficiaries. FOs focus on behavioural change during these visits. Families are also involved in it if required.Community Talks:Community talks were conducted on various topics as per the need on various topics on hygiene, vaccination, hand-washing techniques and their importance, good nutrition and diet.The community talks showed results as it was noticed that families began paying attention to personal hygiene and diet and the community people encouraged the field officers to conduct more community talks in the session and they suggested such talks should be given/conducted every month.Women’s Day Celebration:Women’s Day was celebrated involving women from the community. Information sessions along with fun games and activities on various topics were conducted to create awareness. The event was conducted in 36 Anganwadi areas and more than 300 women participated in the celebrationThe women had so much fun and many of them expressed that they would relive their childhood days through the games and activities and they enjoyed that day spending time leisurely away from daily work.Impact of the Program:-The programme developed a good relationship with the ICDS centres (Anganwadi) in the community. CDPO and ICDS workers support the project activities at the ground level.-Community mobilisation has been done successfully and beneficiaries are being enrolled and provided with needed services as planned-All team members were provided with the necessary training and equipped with the required skills and knowledge to provide accurate counselling, growth monitoring and information services to the beneficiariesNuTree App is being used as a means of management information system (MIS) for all the beneficiaries registered under the project. This enables the project staff to plan, deliver and monitor the implementation.-At all ICDS centres (Anganwadi) anthropometric measures are used to monitor the growth among children of 0-24 months of age group. children are being categorised as SAM, MAM and Normal based on the results and provided with all necessary information and services required further. Mothers are happy seeing the growth of their children through anthropometric measures as this allows them to learn the importance of growth monitoring pattern and proper nutritional requirements of their children-Pregnant women are being identified and registered under the project with the help of ICDS workers and community members. All necessary and timely information is provided with the proper planning using the NuTree App. services provided through home visits and phone follow-ups as per the requirements and situation-Along with the information and counselling services beneficiaries are provided with all necessary referral services according to their needs with linkages of private and government health facilities-Family members of the beneficiaries also contacted and provided counselling and information services along with the beneficiaries to create an enabling and supportive system to access the services and make necessary arrangements for the well-being of the beneficiaries-As a result of the intervention pregnant women started demanding the IFA tablets from government health facilities and early registrations are increasing for ANC check-ups-At all ICDS centres Nutrition courses and pregnancy club sessions are being conducted for pregnant and lactating mothers. Mothers are finding the session helpful and clarifying their myths and misconceptions during the sessions. -Sessions are also helpful to eradicate the stigma prevalent in the community related to mother and child health care-Lactating mothers are now focusing on exclusive breastfeeding and cases of mixed feeding are decreasing as a result of the intervention. Constant follow up and counselling are being provided to the mothers to change and monitor the breastfeeding practices-Mothers of children completed 6 months old are being provided with proper information about the complementary feeding and weaning practices using the available information and resourcesImpact Numbers:Active Pregnant Women: 876No. of Pregnant Women Counselling Sessions done: 2113Anthropometry done: 173Mothers with 4 or more ANC check-up: 271No. of Deliveries: 403No. Of Institutional Deliveries: 331


Challenges faced and next steps

Challenges Faced and their solutions:-In most of the Anganwadi, initially, mothers were reluctant to bring their children for growth monitoring as they had a fear of Covid 19 infection and sanitation maintained. After project staff explained and demonstrated the way growth monitoring is being done and how they use the precautionary measures mothers were convinced and started availing themselves the services-Mothers were hesitant to allow the field officers inside the house during the home visits as they feared that they may contract Covid 19 infection. With the support of ICDS workers and regular follow up most of the mothers were comfortable with the field officers and they were convinced that field officers follow precautionary measures. -Few mothers and their family members hide their covid 19 status when field officers visit their home. They fear the social stigma attached to the infection. Field officers were worried about visiting the community because of such incidents. Field officers were asked to skip the home visits if they were aware of the Covid 19 status of the beneficiaries and instructed to follow the precautionary measures all the time during their field visit-In the project area most of the community members don’t follow precautionary measures against Covid 19 infection. Field officers whenever they find opportunity, they conduct awareness sessions in the community with their regular activities-Hygiene and sanitation are very poor in the project area. Although beneficiaries follow hygiene and sanitation measures at home, the surrounding environment affects their health. Project staff regularly talk to the community members and local leaders about maintaining hygiene and sanitation in the community to improve the health status of the communityICDS centres (Anganwadis) in the community are not spacious and whenever activities are being conducted it becomes difficult to maintain the social distance. Field officers request mothers to come in batches of 3-4 to avoid inconvenience during the sessions. All mothers visiting is requested to follow precautionary measures for themselves and their children during the visit-Few ICDS workers (Anganwadis workers) are not cooperative and don’t show interest in the programme activities. It puts an extra burden on the field officers to mobilise the community without their support. Community mobilisation strategies are being used to get support from the community to conduct the activities-Few mothers are reluctant to send their children to Anganwadis as they find the centres not hygienic for their children. It is difficult to manage the growth monitoring sessions with these children. Field officers motivating mothers to bring their children for growth monitoring to the ICDS centres once a monthPlans Ahead:-Conducting Anthropometry for pregnant women and children at Anganwadi centres-Conducting pregnancy club and nutrition course activities in the community to create nutritional awareness -Home visits, follow-ups and counselling sessions-World Breastfeeding Week celebration, National Nutrition Month celebrations-Community Talk on creating awareness on nutrition, breastfeeding and vaccination


Stories from the ground

Our Field officer, registered a pregnant mother named Shama Bano when she was 8 months pregnant. Later she delivered a baby girl in January 2021. Her Baby had a lower birth weight of 1.800 grams. She was very anxious about the care of the baby as it was her first pregnancy and she had no idea about the proper breastfeeding, health and hygiene measures to be provided to the baby.The Field officer provided her with appropriate information about kangaroo care. Regular and timely counselling services are provided to the mother using audio-visual materials. This helped the Shama to understand the kangaroo care concept better and take care of the baby well. Along with her, her family members were also provided information and education about mother and child healthcare.As a result of this in the second month itself, Shama’s daughter baby Amina gained a weight of 2.450 grams. This made her and her family members confident and they continued to provide good care to Baby Amina. The Field officer was regularly monitoring and ensuring that proper breastfeeding practices were followed by the Sham. As a result of appropriate follow up and guidance Shama’s daughter gained a weight of 3.280 grams in the 3rd month. Note: Case story photo attached in the attachment above.


23 March, 2021

One on one counselling support to mothers, and conduct community based mass awareness sessions to prevent malnutrition amongst the low-income communities of urban slums.

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We, at FMCH support communities by conducting the below-mentioned activities. FMCH, have provided nutrition support and counselling support to vulnerable families, especially pregnant and lactating mothers and children below 2 yrs. From September, we started our operation in the field by taking care of all COVID safety measures. During this period, we majorly conducted the below-mentioned activities.



  1. Growth Monitoring: Regular growth monitoring to assess physical development of children under age two. This was done until the lockdown was announced.
    Education Sessions:

  2. Pregnancy Club Sessions: Provide tools to women to ensure a healthy baby is born and she is able to maintain a robust breastfeeding relationship with their new-born

  3. Nutrition Counselling: Counselling is provided to the parents on right information on nutrition and health for their children and for themselves

  4. Education Talks: Education talks are held every quarter on various topics of health, hygiene and nutrition to create awareness among the families


5.Referrals: FMCH referred SAM children to the Nutrition Rehabilitation Centre (NRC) in the hospital and referred MAM children to the Dietician and simultaneously follow-ups with the mothers.
6. Food distribution in the community
We have reached 2257 families for our program and we did total 1952 follows up called to the beneficiaries. In the duration, we have been able to identify 56 SAM children.



5 August, 2020

Importance of Nutrition for a pregant women.

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Importance of Nutrition for a pregant women.




FMCH has been implementing the Urban Nutrition Initiative at Bhiwandi since 2015. This program ensures that women and children who fall into the category of ‘First 1000 Days’ are linked with their local ICDS (Integrated Child Development Scheme) center, and able to access services.
Community Nutrition Initiative (CNI), Bhiwandi has been designed to address the issue of malnutrition and poor maternal and child health in the Bhiwandi area by working in partnership with the ICDS (Integrated Child Development Services). The initiative provides an opportunity to reach an underserved population where the burden of malnutrition is high. FMCH shares its knowledge and approach with existing systems so that the best practices will be adapted by the Government for long-term change.
As a part of the project, we are working with 213 ICDS (Pop 213,000) and adjacent Health Posts for capacity building and ensuring all services are availed by the local population. FMCH has 2257 registered beneficiaries out of which 467 are pregnant mothers, 506 are lactating mothers and 1294 are children in the age between 7-24 months. FMCH conducted nutrition courses and formed pregnancy clubs in the communities inspite of the National Register of Citizens issues that was prevailing in the community .


Case Story of Alisha*: (Name changed)
FMCH field officer met Alisha, who was 7 months old and weighed 6 kgs. The mother was concerned about Alisha as she wasn’t taking any complementary food her mother was feeding her and even when she consumed, she ate very little. FMCH field officer immediately started counselling the mother and she gave her some simple low cost recipes and counselled her as to what to eat and also counselled her on the importance of hygiene.
After continuous follow-ups and counselling sessions, the child was eating well, and in 3 months time, the child gained 10 kgs. The mother promised that she wouldn’t be giving any junk food to the child and she even attended all the nutrition course sessions in the aanganwadi. Today, both the mother and the child are living a healthy life.



19 November, 2019

Health camps and nutrition week celebrations

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Health camps and nutrition week celebrations








22 July, 2019

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Program Update


The Community based maternal and child health care for 1000 Days’ Initiative implemented in Bhiwandi, Thane is an extension of the Urban Nutrition Initiative FMCH. FMCH launched this initiative with aim to reach 1,40,000 people through the network of 140 ICDS centres in the Thane-Bhiwandi-Nizampur area.
The program focuses to provide hand holding support to women and children along with their family members. CareNX innovations are technical partners to provide its proven mobile based health care solution CareMother to help the pregnant women to receive right care at the right time.


Achievements:
Screening and connecting 500 pregnant/lactating mothers and 500 children under age 2 with the local ICDS Centres who are typically outside the scope of the ICDS model ensuring timely registration for essential health and nutrition services.
The regular monthly growth monitoring activity was conducted in every ICDS center to monitor children who are progressing on the ideal growth curve and the caregivers are compliant by Aaganwadi Worker (AWW) at Aanganwadi Center (AWC)
Additionally, the project anticipates covering about 250 expected mothers and 250 neonates during the remaining project period. Through the duration of this project the FMCH team not only identified but also ensured trusted and correct health and nutrition information reaches the mother through the ICDS. This is a preventive initiative that depends heavily on innovative education modules and a very strong monitoring system.


Story from the field


Healthy mums with healthy babies are what we strive for. Savitha share that, if it wasn’t for CareMother program called Adopt a mother, I would have never known I had low iron content in my blood and it can cause serious complications during delivery.


The recent Global Nutrition Report of 2018 presented a grim picture of India’s nutrition status, especially for children. According to this report, one third of the world’s stunted children and largest number of wasted children live in India. It also presented with the fact that every second pregnant woman and every second child under age 5 in our country are anaemic.
If we examine the status specifically for Thane district, as per the 4th National Family Health Survey, only 46% of women ever received complete ante-natal care. Close to 32% children under age five were reported to be stunted and 26% children under age five were reportedly found wasted. Every second pregnant woman and child under age five were found to be anaemic in the district as well. And finally, a mere 10% children were reported to have received adequate diet.
The poor nutrition status of women and children in India is costing the country as much as 2.5% of the GDP. This burden can be reduced if effective community-based interventions are implemented successfully. However, such interventions cannot and should not be implemented by independent agencies in silo. Instead, interventions need to be designed and implemented through partnership with existing Government systems to ensure a strong system is built to cater to the needs of the population, thus achieving long-term sustainability while addressing the immediate need to act.


Beneficiary Profile
Name: Savitha (Name Changed)
Age: 24 years
Location: Bhiwandi, Mumbai
Occupation: Maid
Husband Occupation: Daily wage laborer
Parity: 3
Gravida: 2


Progress:
Savitha is one peculiar mother who is 24-year-old and had obstetric history with premature delivery and no living children. In the current pregnancy it was identified that the mother has small uterus and technically in high risk pregnancy due to low iron content. In this condition, she took effective additional follow-ups and she was given all information on healthy diet, immunization services and recommendations from doctor by the health worker. The tests conducted and regular monitoring of parameters and explanation to the family members gave moral strength to mother. This pregnancy she had full term delivery and undergone C-section and both mother and child were in healthy state.


Through regular Ante-Natal Check-Ups with Early identification and intervention on high risk pregnancies for to provide ante-natal checks at doorstep for pregnant women, The CareMother Kit consists of a blood pressure machine, a diabetes detection kit and a foetal heart monitor among other things as well as the software that automatically uploads every reading and sends relevant reports to the implementer as well as the local physician who has been brought on board for this project. The FMCH team members, who are trained to use this kit, visited to Savitha’s house and start with the check-ups. Savitha test results are outside the ‘normal’ parameters as defined by the protocols. Our CO immediately referred her to the nearest physician. But the engagement does not end here. The FMCH team also ensures that the Savitha has visited the doctor and continues to do so if needed.


Savitha was regular in FMCH Pregnancy Club group sessions. This is a monthly activity, where Savitha sign up and go through a module that has been developed by experts of maternal health. The sessions always include a piece on relaxation, Q&A and danger signs along with a specific topic of discussion. The Pregnancy Club is considered a safe space where along with information; women also have space to share their concerns, issues and doubts. Also, Savitha connected to support group where she has an opportunity to interact with other mothers, who can be pregnant for the first time or have had children already. FMCH team members who have received extensive training and follow the prescribed module facilitate these sessions.


What is the expected total number of beneficiaries in this program for FY18-19?1000
What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date2000
Village/City/State where project is locatedBhiwandi Nizampur, Thane, Maharashtra
Total Budget for the project for FY18-194927000
Total Expenses for the project YTD4929192

23 May, 2019

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Program Update


The Community based maternal and child health care for 1000 Days’ Initiative is implemented at Bhiwandi which is an extension of the Urban Nutrition Initiative FMCH. FMCH launched this initiative with the goal of reaching 140 ICDS centers in the Thane-Bhiwandi-Nizampur area, connecting with over 140,000 people. The program aims to provide handholding support to women and children along with their family members. CareNX innovations will act as technical partners to provide its proven mobile based health care solution named as CareMother. This is a preventive initiative that depends heavily on innovative education modules and a very strong monitoring system. Foundation for Mother and Child Health Adopt a pregnant mother from an urban slum. In Bhiwandi, FMCH has gained credibility from community, Health and ICDS department. The trust FMCH has gained has helped the organization to plan its expansion in Bhiwandi district. UNI in Bhiwandi has always focused and achieved great convergence between ICDS and Health department. This has supported UNI in effective service delivery and great outcomes.Due to our efforts majority of pregnant women under our care received two TT injections, minimum 4 ANC check-ups. they also experienced 85% increase in early initiation of breastfeeding.We celebrated breastfeeding week in August 2018: Breastfeeding is a prime example of the deep connections between human health and nature’s ecosystems. Protecting, promoting and supporting breastfeeding is crucial for the health of our planet and its people through community talks and community evemnt we celebrate BF week. In September2018, we celebrate National Nutrition Month together to Spread the messages of Nutrition for a healthy India. The Nutrition Course, FMCH creation has been one of the most crucial components in Thane Bhiwandi FMCH community interventions. It was a validation for us when mothers from our community participated in the 2 rounds and in the final mystery box challenge at Thane Bhiwandi. The challenge was to put up nutritious meal from local low-cost nutritious sources available in the community. Helping


Story from the field


24 years old Urmila was pregnant for the first time. She met our Health Worker Sunita. After testing Urmila, Sunita realized that her weight is optimum but her hemoglobin (Hb) level is lower than normal. Sunita explained the family about her low Hb could cause complications later during delivery and she counseled about nutritional habits that could improve her Hb levels with the help of family support. On 16/8/2018 Sunita visited Urmila for her 2nd checkup. She tested her again and found out that her Hb was still low. She then decided to take Urmila to the Health Post doctor the next day. Health Post doctor asked Urmila to take calcium and Iron supplements regularly. Urmila felt much better after these medications. Her food intake increased and weakness reduced to a large extent. On the 3rd test, her Hb and weight showed a lot of improvement. The family continued to inform Sunita about her health status through phone. Urmila delivered a healthy baby weighing 3 kgs.


What is the number of beneficiaries/ benefits provided in this program, Year-To-Date390
Village/City/State where project is locatedThane-Bhiwandi-Nizampur, Maharashtra Pin Code- 421302
Total Budget for the project for FY18-195830671
Total Expenses for the project YTD3931259