India Newborn Action Plan (INAP)

India Newborn Action Plan (INAP)
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The India Newborn Action Plan (INAP) was launched by Hon’ble Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan on 18th September, 2014 in New Delhi. It outlines ...

The India Newborn Action Plan (INAP) was launched by Hon’ble Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan on 18th September, 2014 in New Delhi. It outlines a targeted strategy for accelerating the reduction of preventable newborn deaths and stillbirths in the country. INAP defines the latest evidence on effective interventions which will not only help in reducing the burden of stillbirths and neonatal mortality, but also maternal deaths. With clearly marked timelines for implementation, monitoring and evaluation, and scaling-up of proposed interventions, it is expected that all stakeholders working towards improving newborn health in India will stridently work towards attainment of the goals of “Single Digit NMR by 2030” and “Single Digit SBR by 2030.”The INAP will be implemented within the existing RMNCH+A framework, and guided by the principles of Integration, Equity, Gender, Quality of Care, Convergence, Accountability, and Partnerships. Its strength is built on its six pillars of intervention packages, impacting stillbirths and newborn health. For effective implementation, a systematic plan for monitoring and evaluation has been developed with a list of dashboard indicators.

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Amit Srivastava 4 years 11 months ago

Problem of malnutrition may be curbed through effective Family Planning Measures, free distribution of dietary supplement among poor people, creating awareness about dangerous consequence of malnutrition and insanitation along with effective monitoring and control programs.

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Amit Srivastava 4 years 11 months ago

देश में अनेक गर्भवती माताएं पेट भर खाना सिर्फ इसलिये नही खाती है क्योंकि वक्त बेवक्त शौच जाने जैसी बुनियादी सुविधा उन्हे हासिल नहीं है। नतीजतन गर्भ में पल रहा बच्चा तक कुपोषण का शिकार हो जाता है। एक अनुमान के मुताबिक तमाम प्रयासों के बावजूद भारत में आज भी 12 करोड़ शौचालयों की कमी है। हालांकि निराशा के इस आलम में एक राहत की बात है कि शौचालय बनाना सरकार की अब सर्वोच्च प्राथमिकता बन रहा है।

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Dr Nirnhai 4 years 11 months ago

1.Improving d facilities in our nicu,picu 2.reducing d workload in d government hospitals by providing more residency seats so as d doctor patient ratio improves n quality health for all
Ex. Gynaecologist in a govt place n pediatrician is just one who has to b dere on call for day n night so hw cn u expect a great quality care??
Increase d no of quality doctors by increasing residencies in govt hospitals..n more jobs in govt sector for specialists

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Amit Srivastava 4 years 11 months ago

There should be an online registration system to facilitate timely delivery of antenatal
and post natal care services to all the pregnant women and immunization to all the children .

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vivek vaish 4 years 11 months ago

Population control
1. Every parent has to deposit Rs. 2000 to obtain birth certificate or aadhaar card and Government will return this money after 18 years with an interest rate of 10%.

2. In case parent is not in state of deposit this money then father and mother has to undergo Surgical Sterilization(birth control) to obtain this certificate(which should be made mandatory)

This system can be made fool proof by adding few more things.