Maternal Health, Sexual and Reproductive Rights (SRHR) Program (MAHSRRI).
Our Major activity revolves around promoting and protecting women’s right to health through a combination of research, capacity building, education and service delivery to promote maternal health and mitigate the impact of the environment hazards on women.
We train, educate, monitor birth attendants on safe pregnancy, danger signals, referral process, record keeping, environmental health, safe delivery process, hygiene and sanitation, safe motherhood and collaboration and partnership with skilled medical personnel and Primary Healthcare Centers. We also periodically conduct monitoring and assessment visits to clinics of birth attendants to appraise the quality of care provided by birth attendants to rural women. Most of the birth attendants are given medical kits with standard medical implements to last for a few months.
The major focus of this program is promotion of maternal and reproductive health through activities that advance access to safe and healthy pregnancy, childbirth, care and access to treatment.
The program also advocates for the performance of government’s obligation to promote the quality of life of women, and the eradication of traditional and discriminative practices that violate women’s right to health, healthy environment and development.