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Haryana launches mobile app to create awareness among pregnant women

New data elements in the Health Management Information System were also launched

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The National Mission (NHM) in Haryana on Friday launched a mobile-based application to create awareness among women, parents and workers on the importance of ante and post natal care, institutional delivery and immunisation.

The application, Kilkari, was launched during the concluding day of the 'State-level Orientation Workshop' that began at the State Institute of and Family Welfare here on Wednesday.

New data elements in the Management Information System (HMIS) were also launched at the workshop.

From the second trimester of till the child is one-year-old, the application will deliver 72 time appropriate audio messages to registered mobile numbers on pregnancy, child and childbirth care every week, director Amneet P Kumar said.

The modified data elements were added to thematic areas of the care delivery. More programmes would be covered for monitoring and evaluation purpose with these additions, the official said.

Apart from this, the services provided at the grassroots by front-line workers can be also easily monitored, Kumar said.

The director said the data elements will help in analysing and bridging gaps in the service delivery and help strengthen it.

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Haryana launches mobile app to create awareness among pregnant women

New data elements in the Health Management Information System were also launched

New data elements in the Health Management Information System were also launched
The National Mission (NHM) in Haryana on Friday launched a mobile-based application to create awareness among women, parents and workers on the importance of ante and post natal care, institutional delivery and immunisation.

The application, Kilkari, was launched during the concluding day of the 'State-level Orientation Workshop' that began at the State Institute of and Family Welfare here on Wednesday.

New data elements in the Management Information System (HMIS) were also launched at the workshop.

From the second trimester of till the child is one-year-old, the application will deliver 72 time appropriate audio messages to registered mobile numbers on pregnancy, child and childbirth care every week, director Amneet P Kumar said.

The modified data elements were added to thematic areas of the care delivery. More programmes would be covered for monitoring and evaluation purpose with these additions, the official said.

Apart from this, the services provided at the grassroots by front-line workers can be also easily monitored, Kumar said.

The director said the data elements will help in analysing and bridging gaps in the service delivery and help strengthen it.
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Haryana launches mobile app to create awareness among pregnant women

New data elements in the Health Management Information System were also launched

The National Mission (NHM) in Haryana on Friday launched a mobile-based application to create awareness among women, parents and workers on the importance of ante and post natal care, institutional delivery and immunisation.

The application, Kilkari, was launched during the concluding day of the 'State-level Orientation Workshop' that began at the State Institute of and Family Welfare here on Wednesday.

New data elements in the Management Information System (HMIS) were also launched at the workshop.

From the second trimester of till the child is one-year-old, the application will deliver 72 time appropriate audio messages to registered mobile numbers on pregnancy, child and childbirth care every week, director Amneet P Kumar said.

The modified data elements were added to thematic areas of the care delivery. More programmes would be covered for monitoring and evaluation purpose with these additions, the official said.

Apart from this, the services provided at the grassroots by front-line workers can be also easily monitored, Kumar said.

The director said the data elements will help in analysing and bridging gaps in the service delivery and help strengthen it.

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