Maternal & Child Health Community

Women are truly invisible to the public health system in the country. Few women have come in any contact with a health worker. As a consequence of poor public facilities and low health status large no. of women die due to child birth related cases every year. Women health, in many situations, is inextricable linked to violence that they face as a routine part of their lives. A Large majority of the death among children are in India. Availability of vaccines that can protect children against some threatening conditions. Vaccination coverage has actually worsened substantially in some states like Andhra Pradesh, Gujarat. Govt. of India give CCBOS two mother NGOs status of Orissa and Bihar but it is not enough.

CCBOS make a community to save the life of women and children. Through community based organized it will give health facility to common women and child. GDP 33% is to spent on health. Our community will work on it. Our community will inclusion of accountability and monitoring mechanisms. Some of the maternal health issues that our community has focused is that maternal mortality, skilled birth attendance, emergency obstetrics care, maternal death review, reproductive tract infections (RTIs) and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and family planning. Some of the child health issues could include : new-born mortality, infant and neonatal core, preventable deaths, malnutrition, immunization coverage, referral related bottlenecks, and community participation. Additionally, some issue like adolescent health, nutrition, public-partnership in health care delivery, intersectoral convergence and decentralization, establishing a right-based agenda, and ICT and eHealth. The communalization option, with public-people partnerships to replace the semi-privatization and privatization options. Need to have a framework of rights, Community Control and Accountability. Contrary to the NRHM goals of universal access to public health services, including women’s health and access to integrated comprehensive primary health care, the overall perception of women’s health continues to be limited to women’s ‘reproductive role’ which is extremely limited and does not acknowledge nor address other health needs of women.

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