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Key Innovations

AAA Platform

AAA Platform

Bringing the frontline health workers on a common collaborative platform

Three frontline workers deliver maternal and child health services in each village – the ANM (a nurse-midwife), the ASHA (community mobiliser) and the Anganwadi worker (nutrition overseer) – together referred as the AAA. We aim to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through a continuum of interventions, starting from simplifying record-keeping, then setting up a common collaborative platform, and finally linking them digitally.

The AAA Platform brings the three frontline workers on one common platform. Each of these frontline workers has distinct but related roles, and they serve the same beneficiaries. However, all too often, they do not collaborate enough. The AAA platform solves this through three key activities – creation of village maps to synchronise beneficiaries, micro-planning to focus on the highest risk beneficiaries and regular AAA meetings to plan and review each other’s work.

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Integrated AAA App

Integrated AAA App

Digitally linking the three frontline health workers

Three frontline workers deliver maternal and child health services in each village – the ANM (a nurse-midwife), the ASHA (community mobiliser) and the Anganwadi worker (nutrition overseer) – together referred as the AAA. We aim to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through a continuum of interventions, starting from simplifying record-keeping, then setting up a common collaborative platform, and finally linking them digitally.

The Integrated AAA App is a unique solution which digitally links the three frontline workers. The AAA serve the same population, however they don’t team up naturally because of different supervisory systems, databases and work cultures. Further, they are expected to maintain numerous voluminous registers. The App allows them to use a common beneficiary database, enables seamless data-sharing, and acts as a job-aid at the same time.

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Rationalised Registers

Rationalised Registers

Rationalising service delivery registers to improve ease and effectiveness

Three frontline workers deliver maternal and child health services in each village – the ANM (a nurse-midwife), the ASHA (community mobiliser) and the Anganwadi worker (nutrition overseer) – together referred as the AAA. We aim to improve their efficiency and effectiveness through a continuum of interventions, starting from simplifying record-keeping, then setting up a common collaborative platform, and finally linking them digitally.

The register rationalisation intervention simplifies the service delivery registers of frontline workers. Frontline workers maintain numerous, voluminous registers and several of them contain repetitive fields. Naturally, they see registers as a burden. We see them as job-aids. We work with designers and government functionaries to make these registers easy to use through changes such as eliminating repetitive columns, introducing logical sequences, and making them visually appealing. This helps to save time, improve data quality and raise the morale of health workers.

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