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MATERNAL NEWBORN AND CHILD HEALTH(MNCH) PROGRAM SINDH

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This initiative under the title of “National MNCH program” was started in 2006-07 aimed to achieve MDGs 4, 5 to improve maternal and reduce children mortality in Pakistan through various integrated intervention. With support from Department of International Development DFID, Pakistan’s government launched the national Maternal, Newborn and Child Health program .Central to the success the national Maternal, Newborn and Child Health Program (MNCH) is the creation of a cadre of trained community Midwives.

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We are heading towards 2015, where MGDs signatories, globally will be meeting and sharing milestone achievements and lesson learned against agreed indicators and targets. National Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) Program is commenced in 2007with the vision not to leave any woman and child un served. Paucity of fund, poor infrastructure, equipments, lack of incentive for promotion and difficulty to attract competent team to give quality MNCH services in the province The majority of the population in rural areas and urban slums have no accessibility to the MNCH services and not affordable to them and the MMR & NMR is either very steadily decreased or stagnant for decades. Despite all these constrain MNCH program started its tremendous efforts to improve the quality of MNCH services with Department of Health (DoH) by facilitating the gaps identified in quality MNCH services in terms of hiring Skilled birth Attendants (SBA), provision of equipment/supplies & medicines, Repair and renovation and capacity building of the staff including male and female staff both. The majority of the population in rural areas and urban slums have no accessibility to the MNCH services and not affordable to them and the MMR & NMR is either very steadily decreased or stagnant for decades. Despite all these constrain MNCH program started its tremendous efforts to improve the quality of MNCH services with Department of Health (DoH) by facilitating the gaps identified in quality MNCH services in terms of hiring Skilled birth Attendants (SBA), provision of equipment/supplies & medicines, Repair and renovation and capacity building of the staff including male and female staff both.    Read More...

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NEWS & UPDATES

NEWS

MNCH Sindh Website Launched

NEWS

2016-2017 News Letter Published

Partnerships For Having Support In Strengthening MNCH Services:

Different UN and other INGOs are also contributing towards this cause without which the picture remains incomplete

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UNICEF

UNICEF supports to Sick Child Units in two districts, Tando Muhammad Khan and Khairpur. UNICEF introduced every baby action plan and Kangaroo Mother Care in the province

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WHO

WHO financially support for strategic planning, provision of equipments and capacity building, PCPNC and Post Abortion care for the care providers..

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USAID

USAID all components including MCH component (MCHIP) supports pre service education in 15 district by hiring technical teachers and deployed CMWs...

The Services provided by CMWs during the year of 2011-2015 (MNCH-MIS)

DHIS shows MNCH services

CMW's Retention Model

VISIION

A society where women and children enjoy the highest level of attainable level of health and no family suffers the loss of a mother to child due to the preventable and treatable causes. The Government of Pakistan henceforth pledges to ensure availability of high quality MNCH services to all, especially for the poor and disadvantages


MNCH Sindh Bulletin

Provincial Program Director Dr. Sahib Jan Bader

Admin Officer Dr. Kishore Kathri

Deputy Program Director Dr. Hasan Ali Jalbani

Assistant Program Director Dr. Sheeba Raza

Epidemiologist Dr. Farhana Memon

Communication Officer Dr. Jai Ram

M & E Officer Dr. Ashiq Hussain Shah

PIU Officer Dr. Israr Ahmed Kalhoro

Training Coordinator Dr. Mushtaq Memon

Admin, Midwifery component Mr. Shahfiq

Midwifery Specialist Ms. Syfoor Khan

EDITOR Dr. Sahib Jan Bader

CO-EDITORDr. Jai Ram,,Syfoor Khan

Assistant Imran Abdullah Memon

Community Midwives