The Antara Foundation Blog

Against all odds:
A heartwarming story of community support and government intervention

MCP card

The Mother and Child Protection card (MCP) is an essential tool designed by the government to provide information related to service provision during pregnancy, post-pregnancy, and child immunisation.

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HBNC story from Tamia

The Antara Foundation actively works with the frontline healthcare workers, especially in harsh and difficult conditions, so that every mother and child have access to health services.

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TAF appointed as Nodal agency

The Antara Foundation has been appointed as the Nodal Agency for the LaQshya certification in four of its interventional districts in Madhya Pradesh -Chhindwara, Seoni, Barwani, and Morena.

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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

TAF applauds and recognizes the work of frontline workers with disabilities, who strive to provide health services and make public health facilities accessible to everyone they serve despite their personal challenges.

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TAF’s first-ever village chaupal

We are thrilled to have held our first-ever village chaupal (meeting) to raise awareness on the importance of institutional deliveries in Madhya Pradesh’s Betul district.

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Local super-hero ASHA from Barwani

Frontline healthcare workers like Voralya Bai, go beyond the call of duty, to help the women and children from their villages. TAF is extremely proud to work with such strong and resilient women, who strive to ensure that the right healthcare services reach the people of the community they serve.

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World Breastfeeding Week comic

Through our comic, we aim to raise awareness of male engagement in antenatal care and breastfeeding.

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Beneficiary story from Gwalior

TAF’s advice on this easy-to-do practice of consuming IFA tablets has helped many pregnant women in different villages of Madhya Pradesh.

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Menstruation Day

A powerful photograph highlighting the menstrual hygiene campaign.

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Beneficiary story from Chhindwara

TAF works closely with frontline health workers to provide them the training and tools to work collaboratively and through effective use of data, ensure quality health services for mothers and children.

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