Maternal Neonatal & Child Health (MNCH) continues to be an integral part in ACODEV’s programing; Specific interventions are focusing on Strengthening the delivery and utilization of the MNCH and Family Planning services through improved Community Health systems.

Our Approach:

Strengthening the referral systems right from the community to health facilities continues to show proof in timely and quality of MNCH service delivery. In response to this, 1050 Community Health Workers (Village Health Teams) supported by 730 Facility based health workers were comprehensively oriented and are currently giving the best of MNCH services.

The Impact:

335790 women have been able to access maternal health services such as; family planning, Antenatal, facility based-safe delivery, post-natal checks & access of related services through referrals.

395350 children have been supported to access a number of services such as; Vitamin A supplementation, food supplements, deworming, immunization against the six killer diseases, growth monitoring, Antiretroviral Therapy treatment and ensuring that all children sleep under an Insecticide Treated Net (ITN) to prevent malaria.

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