The program aims to educate pregnant women from low socio-economic backgrounds about health care during pregnancy and thus encouraging health-seeking behaviour in them for safe deliveries. Special efforts are made by our coordinators to encourage women to register themselves in the hospital within their first trimester.
It is imperative for a pregnant woman to get a safe and healthy environment around her. Prenatal care is an important part of basic maternal health care. It is recommended expectant mothers receive at least four antenatal visits.
Through our program, we educate pregnant women from underserved communities on topics like Nutrition, Care During Pregnancy, Breastfeeding, and Family Planning.
Our coordinators also follow-up with women until the time of their delivery for regular Antenatal Clinic (ANC) visits, Medical Tests, and Hospital Registration. This way, we are trying to motivate and help women make healthy choices and deliver safely.
Considering the importance of nutrition in pregnancy, we distribute healthy nutrition kits to needy pregnant women in the areas we work.
375 nutrition kits have been distributed till date