Community Health

The National Rural Health Mission (2005-2012) was launched by the Government of India (GoI) in 2005-06, to provide effective health care to the rural population of the country, with special focus on states with poor health outcomes, inadequate public health infrastructure and manpower. The primary focus of the mission is to improve access of rural people, especially women and children, to equitable and affordable primary health care. The goal of NRHM is to reduce infant mortality rate (IMR) and maternal mortality ratio (MMR), promote universal access to public health services, immunization, nutrition, water, sanitation, population stabilization, gender and demographic balance, prevention of communicable & non-communicable diseases, promotion of healthy life style including mainstreaming of AYUSH. The interface between the community and the public health system at the village level has been entrusted to a female Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA), a health volunteer receiving performance based compensation for promotion of universal immunization, referral and escort services for reproductive & child health (RCH), construction of household toilets and other health care delivery programmes.MPVHA is making the following efforts towards Community Health and development.

(A) Communitization of NRHM in Two Dists. Of MP i.e. Maheshwar Block of Dist. Khargone and Nalchha Block of Dist. Dhar, in collaboration with Dist Administration, Dept. of H& FW, Go MP, supported by UNFPA.  Click here for Detail

(B) Communitization of NRHM for Socially Excluded supported by PACS.  Click here for Detail

Our Vision

"To Promote Social Justice through the Provision and Distribution of Holistic Health Care & Empowerment of People, to make Health a Reality for all, with Special Emphasis on the Deprived Section"