Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People

by MAHAN, Wardha
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People
Reduce Malnutrition & Death of 2000 Tribal People

Sunita was a poor tribal girl developed severe postburn contracture of right hand(boxing glove deformity) and arm and forearm when she was less than one year of age. She was not able to move and use right hand, forearm  and arm. She had burn of scalp and loss of hair. She was operated twice in our MAHAN hospital by Dr. Dilip Gahankari and his Australian team along with Dr. Nisal , Dr. Parikshit, Dr. Chandak, Dr Bapat ,Dr. Samrat, Dr. Gahukar, dr Deotale, Dr. Garge, Dr Kavita free of cost. It was life changing experience for her and family. Their joy and our satisfaction is unexplainable. Video is attached. Thanks to Caring Friends,  Arpan foundation and all supporters and team of MAHAN.


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In MAHAN hospital in Jul to Sept of 2017 total 1436 patients were treted in hosptial. Out of those, 179 were indoor & 73 serious patients saved. That means close to 1 patient per day was saved. Considering the infrastructure available, overall situation in Melghat, this is a achievement.

There are many sucess stories as mentioned in attached report. Two are briefed here.

Success  study # 1

Ritik, a 4.5 years  male child admitted to MAHAN hospital on 25.9.2017 in very critical condition with Respiratory distress with Pneumonia &Hyper Reactive Airway Disease. He was treated by our Pediatrician & hospital team with oxygen and antibiotics, etc. He was relieved next day and was discharged.

 

Success  study # 2 

Pari a 8 month  old girls R/o Khidki (Kasmar) was admitted in our hospital on 12.8.2017. Her weight was 3.250 kg. She was Severely Under Weight & Severely Acute Malnourished (SUW & SAM.) and very critical. She was stabilized, put on anti-TB treatment and referred to Dist. Hospital, Amaravati on 16.8.2017.  She has been discharged from hospital and now her weight is 4.875 kg and she is out of SAM & cheerful. She could be saved only due to stabilization treatment at our Hospital, timely referral & also the efforts of Amaravati Dist. Hospital team. She has been put on MAHAN Locally Prepared Therapeutic Food (LTF) .


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HBCC (HOME BASED CHILD CARE PROGRAM)

Aim of the Project-To reduce under 5 children mortality rate and prevalence of malnutrition.

Activities and Impact -

1] No. of patients treated by VHWs – 643

2] Behavior change communication of beneficiaries – 6645

3] No. Patients managed by pediatrician – 224

 

SUCCESS STORY  #1

Our field staff while screening village Berdabalda, came across baby of Kasturi bai weighing 1.850 kg  

This decrease of weight by 19%, is very detrimental to the life of the child. The baby was weak and

limp due to lack of feeding. Under the guidance of our pediatrician, our VHW treated the baby

The baby improved very well with weight of 2.450 kg on 28th day. Thus, the baby was saved

by simple technique of proper and adequate breast feeding.

 

To read more such stories, see attached report


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Here is a story how persuading efforts of MAHAN team saved 3 lives including a child girl. Inside report, you may read many more achivements.

In Tarubanda Village of Melghat, a mother (identity hidden), delivered a girl child. She was already having 1 girl child. Her husband was out of village for wages. He became angry with the news of 2nd daughter and told the wife to leave home with babies or die herself before he comes back; or he will commit suicide. The family was very unhappy. Due to this tension, mother had problem with breast feeding. MAHAN Supervisor visited the family many times and convinced for breast feeding. She also convinced the family & husband. They all accepted the new girl child and the tension relieved. So the baby is well now with good weight gain. Thus due to proper patient handling & counseling by supervisor, 3 lives saved, one family relieved and baby is also well accepted now.


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Report stating the activites carried out in last quarter, impact and success stories is attached. Its all due to well wishers like you, we could carry out this mammoth work and save many precious life, reduce malnutrition significantly. 

Success Story - ‘How a child was saved’

A 20 months old baby Resident of village ‘Hirabambai’ had severe Pneumonia with respiratory distress. Due to ignorance, unawareness, lack of money, Parents were reluctant to go to any hospital and were going to traditional ‘Faith Healer’ which is common in this area.  MAHAN village health worker informed this to our hospital. Our team rushed to Hirabambai with our ambulance, counselled & convinced the family, which is not so easy task. Ultimately family members agreed to admit baby into hospital. The baby was treated in our hospital and now is normal. This way one life is saved. This can be normal or not so special case in cities or places equipped with medical facilities. However considering the canvas of ‘Melghat’, this is really an achievement.

 

  • Under SAMAAN project in last quarter we treated 115 severely malnourished children and the recovery rate is >50%
  • Child deaths reduced in intervention area by 67% compare to baseline.
  • Adult death reduced in intervention area by >50% compare to baseline. 


Read attached report to get more about all above.....

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MAHAN, Wardha

Location: Amravati, Maharashtra - India
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MAHAN, Wardha
Ashish Satav
Project Leader:
Ashish Satav
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Amravati, Maharashtra India

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