The case study about the successful use Bag and Mask on a newborn baby boy at Dhodhari Public Health Post by ANM Pushpa ….. This is a first baby of 18 years old women Asha Chaudhary. She had completed grade 2. She looks very sharp and hesitate to explain during the period of her delivery. She looks very happy with her baby and family members. She is innocent and immature woman. Even though, she has great affection of the children. Due to first baby in an immature age, is not perfect to proper care of her baby. Although in a cheerful mood and has a joyful smile on her face due to entirely support from her family members for caring…
Within March 31st 2010 following activities are completed
Save the Children at Bardiya
* Supported CHD for conducting two batches of TOT at center level to train 36 had participants.
* Conducted orientation at Bardiya to all HFIs and district supervisors on FCHV incentive.
* Organized CB-NCP basic training at Bardiya to 26 health workers those transferred from other districts.
* Completed traditional healers orientation
* Oriented and installed database Software. The data is being entered in district.
* Organized two days CB-NCP review meeting to HFs and community health workers level.
Ministry of Health and Population
Three NGOs have been selected for CB-NCP namely;
INFO /AIDS - community level in Dhankuta and Health facility level & community levels in Palpa.
IDF, Nepal – HF level in Dhankuta …
A baby up to 28 days of life after birth is called a newborn or a neonate. Nepal Demographic Health Survey 2006 estimates neonatal mortality to be 33 per 1,000 live births. Newborn deaths constitute an overwhelming proportion of under-five and infant mortalities, at 54 and 69 percent respectively. Therefore, it is an urgent priority of Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) to reduce the newborn deaths drastically for achieving the Millennium Development Goal 4 of reducing under-five morality rate by two-third between 1990 and 2015.
Causes of Newborn Death
According to global statistics and hospital based data in Nepal, major causes of newborn deaths in Nepal are infection, birth asphyxia, preterm birth, and hypothermia. Three-quarters of all newborn deaths…