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Our Major Works

We are working in the following areas

Nutrition

National Family Health Survey 2015-16 speaks that 54.6% pregnant women age 15-49 years and 52.4% Non-pregnant women age 15-49 years, whereas 68.9% children of 6 to 59 month are anemic in the state.

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Child Health

Diarrhoeal disease is a leading cause of under 5 child mortality and morbidity in India. It mostly results from contaminated food and water sources. MPVHA committed to promote primary health care with special emphasis on women and children.

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Women & Adolescent

Mainly society is male dominated resulting in all kinds of discriminatory practices, female foeticide, infanticide, unbearable dowry torture, atrocities etc. These all can be dealt by various measures ranging from awareness, education, monitoring, empowerment and enforcement of laws.

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Community Health

Communitization is a positive process which ensures active involvement of community in planning, management, implementation and monitoring of NHM initiatives and their stake in decision making.

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Non-communicable Diseases

MPVHA is committed to protect people of Madhya Pradesh from menace of ill effect of tobacco use. The efforts made are visible in the state. The Global Adult Tobacco Survey (GATS-II 2016-17) speaks that in Madhya Pradesh there was a decline of 5.3 percent points in overall tobacco consumption i.e. from 39.5% (in 2008-09) to 34.2% (in 2016-17).

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Communicable Diseases

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major communicable disease in developing countries like India. TB affects mainly the productive age group, which has deleterious effect on the whole economy of the country.

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Eye Care

India has witnessed a demographic transformation over the past 70 years with increase in life expectancy and improved survival rates. This has a significant impact on current and future eye care challenges as more than 80% of blindness and visual impairment is age related.

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Research & Studies

Madhya Pradesh Voluntary Health Association (MPVHA) conducted various Research/Studies on various issues related to public health in India.

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