Reproductive & Child Health Including HIV/AIDS Programme

The key objectives of this program are to reduce maternal and child mortality, promote family planning and population stabilization, prevent the spread of HIV/AIDS, and ensure access to quality healthcare services for all, especially in rural and underserved areas. It involves capacity-building of healthcare workers, community engagement, and the promotion of safe sexual practices and awareness about HIV/AIDS. GPSVS actively engages communities to raise awareness about reproductive and child health issues, promote safe sex practices, and encourage the utilization of healthcare services and encourages family planning practices and provides access to contraception methods to empower couples to make informed choices about family size and spacing. It also involves women's groups, self-help groups and community health workers to increase the reach and effectiveness of the program.

Key Activities

  • Functional RH education TOT for women leaders
  • Clinic cum outreach RH services through a Team of Doctors/ ANMs/ VHWs /CHPs
  • RCH awareness in the community through Health Camps and Health Fair. Organizing Baby Shows, Healthy Mothers, Couple Communication and various health competition for better health practices, Family Planning means and consciousness
  • Regular ANC-PNC services
  • Adolescent’s girl health education through camps
  • Contraceptive Prevalence
  • Sterilization camps
  • Clinical services specially for Pregnant women’s care and Delivery services by Doctor, ANMs & trained clinic staffs
  • Other RH services including Ring pressures for uterus prolapsed, basic treatment & advice of STI, RTI, Contraceptive counseling services & referrals
  • Training/orientation for core & field staffs, ASHA, AWW, ANM on Safe Motherhood, Nutrition & Family Planning
  • Awareness among youths, adolescents, women and migrant labours about HIV/AIDS