The mother and child mortality rates are the target

Chief Medical Officer and additional Chief Medical Officer present in the workshop
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Lalitpur. On Tuesday, a workshop on family planning and other health services was held at a hotel under the aegis of the Center for Advocacy and Research (CIFAR) volunteer organization.
The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Govind Prasad Shukla said that stabilizing the population was the order of the day in order to find a balance between the rising population rate. Having two children in the family can lead to a better life with limited resources. Therefore it is the responsibility of all of us to bring the message of ‘Children Do Hi Achhe’ to the people. The main goal of family planning is to reduce maternal and child mortality. Regarding the possible third wave of Kovid-19, he said it was not yet certain whether the third wave would come, but those families with children under the age of 18 should be vaccinated.
Dr. Ajay Bhale, Nodal Officer, Family Welfare Program, said that active participation by men in the family planning program was the order of the day because sterilizing the man was much easier and simpler than sterilizing the woman. It also has no side effects on the body, so the male class should step forward without under any illusions. The epidemiologist Dr. Deshraj informed about the willingness to deal with the possible third wave of Kovid-19. The effects of the third wave are most likely on children, as appropriate precautions have been taken in hospitals and staff have been trained. Corona is not over yet, so we don’t have to forget the Covid protocol.
District program director Razia Firoz said the Prime Minister’s Safe Motherhood Campaign Day is celebrated every 9th of each month in health centers for better health care for pregnant women. Where women with high-risk pregnancies are identified and special care is taken to ensure their safe delivery.
DCPM Ganesh recognized the role of frontline health workers and said their contribution to the implementation of the programs is commendable. Shashidhar Dwivedi, State Project Manager of CIFAAR, provided information about the institution and thanked everyone by highlighting the activities. Director: Shalini. There were Sonam Rathore, coordinator of the Jhansi and Chitrakoot department, district program coordinator Arfa, Dr. DC Dohre, Dr. Tariq, Rahul Arya etc. present.

Lalitpur. On Tuesday, a workshop on family planning and other health services was held at a hotel under the aegis of the Center for Advocacy and Research (CIFAR) volunteer organization.

The Chief Medical Officer Dr. Govind Prasad Shukla said that stabilizing the population was the order of the day in order to find a balance between the rising population rate. Having two children in the family can lead to a better life with limited resources. Therefore it is the responsibility of all of us to bring the message of ‘Children Do Hi Achhe’ to the people. The main goal of family planning is to reduce maternal and child mortality. Regarding the possible third wave of Kovid-19, he said it was not yet certain whether the third wave would come, but those families with children under the age of 18 should be vaccinated.

Dr. Ajay Bhale, Nodal Officer, Family Welfare Program, said that active participation by men in the family planning program was the order of the day because sterilizing the man was much easier and simpler than sterilizing the woman. It also has no side effects on the body, so the male class should step forward without under any illusions. The epidemiologist Dr. Deshraj informed about the willingness to deal with the possible third wave of Kovid-19. The effects of the third wave are most likely to be traced back to the children, as adequate accommodation and staff training have been in place in the hospitals. Corona is not over yet, so we don’t have to forget the Covid protocol.

District program director Razia Firoz said the Prime Minister’s Safe Motherhood Campaign Day is celebrated every 9th of each month in health centers for better health care for pregnant women. Where women with high-risk pregnancies are identified and special care is taken to ensure their safe delivery.

DCPM Ganesh recognized the role of frontline health workers and said their contribution to the implementation of the programs is commendable. Shashidhar Dwivedi, State Project Manager of CIFAAR, provided information about the institution and thanked everyone by highlighting the activities. Director: Shalini. Sonam Rathore, coordinator of the Jhansi and Chitrakoot departments, district program coordinator Arfa, Dr. DC Dohre, Dr. Tariq, Rahul Arya etc. present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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