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ASHA Diary is a comprehensive single book of record that compiles all the related formats for maternal, newborn and child health (MNCH) programme service delivery and follow up.
The tool has replaced multiple record books, communication materials and calendar otherwise used by the Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHA) during their home visits in the village. The diary helps ASHA in reporting and planning of activities. It includes materials for non-MNCH issues such as Tuberculosis and Malaria.
ASHA Diary was piloted during the implementation of Sukshema project in 2012 in Koppal and Bagalkot districts of Karnataka. Based on the encouraging feedback from ASHAs in these districts, KHPT scaled it up to six more districts in 2013.
The Government of Uttar Pradesh adopted the diary in 2014 and trained ASHAs across the state. The Government of Karnataka plans to use this diary across the state in 2015 to 2016.
ASHA Diary: Improving efficiency in service delivery of MNCH services by community health workers
KHPT experience in utilising technology to improve programs
Onsite Nurse Mentoring: Enhancing the quality of maternal and newborn care at facility level
Sensitising the judiciary on issues faced by women in sex work
Mitra: Improving treatment adherence among TB patients
Colour Coded Drug Packs: Simplifying STI treatment among female sex workers
Community-to-Community Learning: Using technology for knowledge exchange
D- TEAMS: Strengthening pre-service medical education
Link Workers: Community resource persons in HIV prevention