Our Supportive Supervision intervention aims to build the capacity of the government supervisory structure to ensure sustainable systems change. 

The Auxiliary Nurse Midwife (ANM) and the Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA) report to supervisors within the health department, while the Anganwadi Worker (AWW) reports to supervisors in the women and child development department. These supervisors monitor, motivate, and influence the FLWs to work efficiently and provide the right quality of care. They solve issues that the FLWs face and support them in challenging situations. 

In the supportive supervision intervention, we train and develop government supervisory officials of the Health and Women and Child Development Departments on different facets such as analytical skills, data-backed decision-making and supervision, core MNCHN concepts, and people management skills.  This helps supervisors make better decisions, prioritize focus areas, and effectively support their frontline workers. We also provide interactive data dashboards and analysis tools to support them in making data-driven decisions. By conducting joint field visits with supervisors, we ensure on-site mentoring and help them ‘learn by doing’.


    Map the skills and knowledge of the supervisors for targeted support


    Train on smart planning and effective supervision; Co-create smart data-visualisation tools for better decision making


    Establishing efficient review processes

    “The best solutions to complex problems often come from those closest to the issues.”