Recent Reports

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India

65 New Malnutrition Cases Identified: Q1 2017

May 23, 2017 - 
  • Total rural tribal population in the 50 villages: 76,635
  • Total households in the 50 villages: 16,446
  • 225 meetings with Anganwadi workers were organized by RMF India’s CNEs during routine field visits.
  • 10 meetings were organized with other stakeholders in the communities.
  • Follow-up visits and continuous education were provided to families whose child or children were suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM) or moderate acute malnutrition (MAM).
  • Our team started implementation of RMF’s social enterprise model, based on findings from RMF India’s social enterprise survey of 50 local villages and knowledge gained from our 2014–2015 Adolescent...
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254 Children Identified and Treated for Malnutrition: Q4 2016

February 01, 2017 - 
  • Total rural tribal population in the 50 villages: 76,635
  • Total households in the 50 villages: 16,446
  • 286 meetings with Anganwadi workers were organized by RMF India’s CNEs during routine field visits.
  • 47 meetings were organized with other stakeholders in the communities.
  • Follow-up visits and continuous education were provided to families whose child or children were suffering from severe acute malnutrition (SAM) or moderate acute malnutrition (MAM).
  • Our team continued planning for implementation of RMF’s social enterprise model, based on findings from RMF India’s social enterprise survey of 50 local villages and knowledge gained from our 2014–2015...
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India

Case Study: Durga’s Smile

January 15, 2017 - 
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India

Improving Nutritional Health for Children: Q3 2016

December 30, 2016 - 
  • Total rural tribal population in the 50 villages: 76,635
  • Total households in the 50 villages: 16,446
  • 2,156 family counseling sessions were conducted by RMF India’s Community Nutrition Educators (CNEs).
  • 3,231 individuals (mainly women and adolescent girls) participated in the abovementioned family counseling sessions.
  • 161 community education sessions were led by RMF India’s CNEs.
  • 1,289 individuals participated in the abovementioned community education sessions.
  • 214 meetings with Anganwadi workers were organized by RMF India’s CNEs during routine field visits.
  • 73 meetings were organized with other stakeholders in the communities.
  • Follow-up visits and continuous education were provided to families whose child or children...
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India

Eradicating Malnutrition and Improving Healthcare Practices: Q2 2016

October 18, 2016 - 

The project’s goal is to reduce the prevalence of underweight children under 5 years old and to reduce child mortality from malnutrition by strengthening communities and village-level government facilities’ capacity to identify, treat, and prevent malnutrition. This project aims to prove that a holistic, decentralized, community-based approach to malnutrition eradication will have better health outcomes, be more inclusive for children under 5, and will be more cost-effective in the long run than centralized approaches, especially for rural, marginalized tribal communities.

Since our Malnutrition Eradication Initiative began in 2010, this program directly impacted:

  • The tribal rural population of 881,741 people in...
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India

Case Study: A Successful Recovery

July 20, 2016 - 
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Q1 2016: "Swasthya Saheli: Catalyst of Change"

July 20, 2016 - 
  • Through RMF’s rural cadre ‘Community Nutrition Educators (CNE)” foster change through behavior change communication & creating convergence between the community-in-need with the service delivery systems, such as Anganwadi workers, ANMS, ASHAs & Panchayat bodies.
  • Continue to provide health and nutrition counselling/education to communities, families, and adolescent schoolgirls
  • Continue to identify, treat, refer, and follow up SAM and MAM cases
  • Continue to develop ties with government health and nutrition services
  • Continue to produce and screen nutrition and health based videos in Khandwa, Madhya Pradesh
  • Strengthen institutional capacity with support from World Bank’s India Development Marketplace
  • Conduct performance appraisal...
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Case Study: From Poor Housewife to Accomplished Government Health Supervisor

June 30, 2016 - 
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Case Study: Sandhya's Road to Recovery

June 30, 2016 - 
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Case Study: Radhika's Road to Recovery

February 18, 2016 - 
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