Community Managed Health and Nutrition
- The Community Managed Health and Nutrition (CMH&N) intervention utilizes trained community members in the form of Health Activist (HA) and Community Resource Person (CRP) to transmit messages about maternal, neonatal, infant care practices to SHGs and village organizations. The major objectives of training are demystifying medicine, using health education with local case studies and culture, promoting self confidence amongst community members, decision making & managing by the community, and integrating other social reforms to reduce overall poverty. IKP has also integrated training of Health Sub Committee, which consists of internal members of the community to provide critical monitoring and feedback on HN activities at village, mandal and district level.
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