3 edition of Maternal health financing in Gujarat found in the catalog.
Maternal health financing in Gujarat
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Ramesh Bhat ... [et al.].|
|Series||Working paper -- w.p. no. 2007-10-06|
|Contributions||Bhat, Ramesh., Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||2008331427|
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Background: About 60% of institutional births occur in the private sector in Gujarat due to limited availability of obstetricians in the government. Chiranjeevi Yojana (CY), a voucher-like program initiated in , accredits private obstetricians who are reimbursed by the state government to provide free delivery care to eligible women i.e. below poverty line and :// maternal health, child health, family planning and adolescents’ health. 1. Maternal Healthcare The goal is to reduce Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) from the present level of per , to below per , live births by In order to achieve this, the objectives are to 1) improve coverage of antenatal care (90%) by 2)
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Maternal Health Financing – Issues and Option. A Study on Chiranjeevi Yojana in Gujarat. practitioners in service delivery in remote areas of Gujarat. The district health :// Maternal Health Financing – Issues and Option A Study on Chiranjeevi Yojana in Maternal health financing in Gujarat book Executive Summary Government of Gujarat announced a “Chiranjeevi Yojana” in April to improve Maternal Health Financing in Gujarat: Preliminary Results from a Household Survey of Beneficiaries Under Chiranjeevi Scheme Article (PDF Available) January with Reads How we measure Government of Gujarat announced a?Chiranjeevi Yojana.
in April The objective of this scheme is to encourage private medical practitioners to provide maternity health services in remote areas which record the highest infant and maternal The objective of this paper is to provide preliminary analysis of information collected at household level from beneficiaries of the Chiranjeevi scheme and from those who have not used the scheme (non-user group).
The key findings have been Maternal Health Financing in Gujarat: Preliminary Results from a Household Survey of Beneficiaries under Chiranjeevi Scheme Ramesh Bhat Dileep Mavalankar Prabal V Maternal mortality is an important public-health issue in India, specifically in Gujarat.
Contributing factors are the Government's inability to operationalize the First Referral Units and to provide an adequate level of skilled birth attendants, especially to the :// INTRODUCTION.
Gujarat state, situated on the west coast of India, accounts for 6% of the area of the country and 5% (51 million) of the population of India making it rank tenth in the country ().The decadal population growth rate () of the state has been %, which is higher than that of India (%) ().It is one of the most urbanized states in India, with 37% urban population The World Health Organization declared the novel coronavirus disease (COVID) outbreaks a global pandemic.
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Demand side financing interventions have emerged as a strategy to promote access to emergency obstetric care. Two such state run programs, Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY)and Chiranjeevi Yojana (CY), were designed and implemented to reduce financial access barriers that preclude women from obtaining emergency obstetric :// TABLE: 3 STATUS OF MATERNAL HEALTH INDICATORS GUJARAT AND INDIA Maternal Health Gujarat India Trend (year &source) Current status RCHII/NRHM 1 Maternal Mortality Ratio (MMR) (SRS ) (SRS ) (SRS ) Given scarce evidence of the outcomes of these approaches, especially in states with more optimal health indicators, this cross-sectional study examined the role of JSY/CY and other healthcare system and social factors in predicting poor, rural women’s use of maternal health services in Gujarat Downloadable.
The objective of this paper is to provide preliminary analysis of information collected at household level from beneficiaries of the Chiranjeevi scheme and from those who have not used the scheme (non-user group).
The key findings have been discussed. Some of the questions which have guided this exercise are: understanding the socio-economic profile and differences of the Downloadable. Government of Gujarat announced a “Chiranjeevi Yojana” in April The objective of this scheme is to encourage private medical practitioners to provide maternity health services in remote areas which record the highest infant and maternal mortality and thereby improve the institutional delivery rate in Gujarat.
The scheme was finally launched as a one year pilot project Maternal Healthcare Financing: Gujarat's Chiranjeevi Scheme and Its Beneficiaries Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Health Population and Nutrition 27(2) May with 1, Reads to improve maternal and newborn health Panels Using critical link methodology in health-care systems to prevent maternal deaths by Rosa Maria Nuñez-Urquiza, National Institute of Public Health, Mexico New directions in maternal health by Mario Merialdi, Maternal health care financing: Gujarat’s Chiranjeevi Scheme and its beneficiaries.
Maternal health situation in India: a case study. Ministry of Health and Family Welfare. Fact sheet: Gujarat (provisional data) — national family health Maternal Healthcare Financing: Gujarat’s Chiranjeevi Scheme and Its Beneficiaries Inequity in maternal health care service utilization in Gujarat: analyses of district-level health survey data.
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Gujarat state of India has come a long way in improving the health indicators since independence, but progress in reducing maternal mortality has been slow and largely unmeasured or documented. This case study identified several challenges forResults.
Inequities in maternal health care utilization persist in Gujarat. Structural determinants like caste group, wealth, and education were all significantly associated with access to the minimum three antenatal care visits, institutional deliveries, and use of any modern method of ://An illustration of an open book.
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