MHP

Mamata Health Program (MHP)

 

Mamata is a pioneer NGO in this part of the country in the field of service delivery of

health and family planning services from the year 1984. The achievement of Mamata in

the field of health and family planning have been acclaimed by the authorities both in

home and abroad. In recognition of it’s meritorious services in this field Mamata

received National Awards in 1991, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2007, 2010, 2012 and 2013 as best performing NGO.

 

Components of Mamata Health Program (MHP)

A. Reproductive Health :

1. Maternal Care, Antenatal Care, Delivery Care (NVD+CS), EOC, Menstrual

Regulation, Post Abortion Care, Post netal Care, Neonetal Care.

2. Population and Family Planning Services : Create awareness on Family Planning in

the catchments areas, Counseling provide on appropriate method, provide

contraceptive supplies: temporary methods: Condom, Pill, Injectables, Provide long

acting and permanent methods: IUD, Implanon, Tubectomy and NSV ( with need

based referral).

3. RTI/STI and other Reproductive Health Care including Adolescent Health Care.

Prevention of RTI / STI /HIV/ AIDS.

B. Child Health Care : Immunization Program (EPI). Immunization Program (NID),

Treatment and management of Diarrhea, Measles, Acute Respiratory Infections,

Treatment and management of other childhood illness.

C. Nutrition : Maternal Nutrition and Child nutrition, control of Micronutrient Deficiency.

D. Communicable disease control focusing TB and Malaria.

E. Limited Curative Care : Basic First Aid, Emergency Care, Minor infection and

disease control.

F. Behavior Change Communication (BCC) focusing Awareness campaign, Motivation

and Clinical counselling.

G. Diagnostic Services including Ultra-sonogram.

H. Emergency Transportation Services including Ambulance Services.

 

Prevention of HIV/ AIDS

Mamata is a forerunner NGO to launch Campaign against HIV/AIDS in Chittagong

Metropolitan area. It conducted an evaluation of HIV/AIDS prevalence status in

Chittagong in the year 2001 with publication of it’s report.

Chittagong is the port City and the largest Export Processing Zone (EPZ) is situated in

this City. The EPZ is located in the working area of Mamata in CCC ward nos. 38 and

39; while vast majority of EPZ workers, 90% of whom are female are also living in ward

nos. 38, 39, 40 and 41 which are also within the catchments area of Mamata. In

addition to Health Programs, Mamata has been implementing several project focusing

prevention of HIV/AIDS, specially through CEPZ Corporate Pilot Project (CCPP),

Development of the Status of the Women Worker’s Rights in the Southern zone of the

Chittagong City (DSWWR), HER Project and GWEEI Project. In order to create

awareness regarding STI, HIV/AIDS Mamata started its HIV/AIDS prevention program

from 1997. Since then Mamata worked with Truckers, Rickshaw Puller, Dock Labor,

Seamen, Sailors, Ghat Labor and Godown Labor, Commercial Sex Workers, garments

Workers, Saloon Workers, Marin Cadets and Adolescent and Youths and make them

aware about HIV/AIDS and its prevention.

 

TB CONTROL PROGRAM

Tuberculosis (TB) is a major public Health problem in Bangladesh since long. The

Bangladesh TB program has already achieved its global targets for case detection and

treatment success rates. However, there is now consensus that meeting these targets

alone is not enough to reduce morbidity, mortality and transmission of TB. Delays in

case finding are a major problem in Bangladesh. Innovative and sustainable

approaches are needed to increase universal access to TB care in order to ensure that

all TB patients in the urban and rural communities are able to make routine and early

use of high quality diagnosis and treatment services.

 

Malaria Control Project.

Duration of the Project : 2008-2015

Project Goal & Objectives : The Goal of the program is to reduce the burden of

malaria by 60% from base line year 2008 in 13 high endemic Districts by the year

 

The main objectives of the Program was to achieve 100% coverage in three high

malaria endemic Districts (defined us two nets per house hold) and 80% coverage in

the remaining 10 Districts; Diagnose and treat 90% of malaria cases; and through

these activities further strengthen the Program management capacity, coordination

,and partnership.

 

Working Area : 7 Unions of Chandanaish Upazila

A) Kanchanabad B) Joara C) Hasimpur D) Dohazari E) Dopachori F) Boiltali G)

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