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Working strategy of the RCH program:

Reproductive child health
•  Community sensitization and working group formation viz. Community Health Volunteer.
Empowering these working group through training.
Empowered groups will work specially for:
-registration of all pregnancies
-atleast three antenatal checkups
-TT immunization of pregnant women
-advice on food, rest and nutrition
-detection of high risk pregnancy
-delivery through trained practitioners
-birth spacing
-prompt referral services
-advice on family planning
Awareness generation through comprehensive communication strategy.
Ensuring availability of services through linkages and convergence.
Sustainability of information at community level, through linking information with various rural social mores & practices.
Participation of rural women within the program.
Reproductive Child Health Program

Care and support for underprivileged childrenSexual and reproductive health care is a major component of any primary health care services. To address this issue in an environment of rapidly increasing reproductive health complexities and paradigm shift in India's health and family welfare program. Bhoruka has been implementing a community based program in 7 different places across 5 eastern Indian states. The program is supported by European Commission.

The initiative seeks to ensure basic reproductive rights of maternal health care to poor women of the community. The program is trying to address the needs of marginalized and undeserved populations who live far away or don't have access to reproductive health care services.
•  More than 3000 community health volunteers are working in seven areas.
More than 2000 CHV training programs were organized by the project staffs.
400 BCC events were organized to aware the common man o fthe project area.
46 Dai trainings were organized by the project to train all the identified Dais and birth was attended to promote the safe birth process.
14 RMP trainings were organized to create local resource in areas difficult to reach.
8023 cluster meets were arranged by CHVs to discuss the issue of Child Immunization, 12761 on importance of contraception and more than 7000 on importance of ANC checkup.
More than 2000 adolescent training programs were organized.
More than 126 femal adolescent groups and 63 male adolescent groups were working to disseminate the information on importance of pregnancy care.
Target Areas:
The program is reaching out to a population of more than 550000. The areas covered are:
•  WB   Kolkata Port Trust Area, Petrapole and Panitanki
Bihar   Jogbani (Indo-Nepal border, Araria district)
Assam   Guwahati, Kamrup district
Orissa   Hanspur, Ganjam district
AP   Srikakulam district
Guiding Principles:

•  Community involvement
Capacity building
Coordination & integration of locally available services.
Reproductice Child Health
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