“Now we feel confident to manage any situation in labour room, even complications like post-partum hemorrhage”, says Staff Nurse Ganga Negi from Regional Hospital Reckong Peo, Kinnaur, Himachal Pradesh.
Renu, a staff nurse at maternity home in North East Delhi says, ”Vriddhi’s training has given us a fresh perspective on how important our work is, and this keeps us motivated to perform and keep improving.”
“Government nurses in labour rooms are themselves resuscitating newborns in labour rooms and helping save lives.” Staff Poonam Singh, CHC Bahadrabad, Haridwar.
These words are echoing in labour rooms spread across six states – Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand, Punjab and Uttarakhand from thousands of nurses who participated in Vriddhi’s training programs under its “Care around Birth” strategy.
Working in the most underserved districts that faced multiple changing the as-is by optimizing resources and improving staff efficiencies. The USAID funded Vriddhi project conceptualized and implemented a comprehensive capacity building approach that included participatory training based on adult learning principles, follow up and mentoring of the trainees in their workplace, facilitating use of data to track progress and overcome local bottlenecks. The strategic intervention to empower labor room nurses and staff to improve care around birth contributed t
towards the project goal of reducing preventable maternal and newborn deaths. The intervention benefitted 463,713 mothers and 458,152 newborns.
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