The Radda MCH-FP Centre engages in 3 major activities
- Provision of MCH-FP Services
- Provision of other community health services
- Training and Research
Service Provision: Service delivery is performed on three levels: at static clinic sites, at outreach sites (satellite clinics), at the at the household level (community outreach). The Centre runs drugs stores at each of its 7 static clinics, which stock all essential medicines necessary for treating its clients.
The Radda MCH-FP Centre provides the following services:
- Comprehensive range of MCH-FP services
- Safe home delivery by trained traditional birth attendants
- Adolescent reproductive health services and counselling
- Health education to all clients visiting the clinics
- Treatment of RTIs/ STDs and health education on prevention of HIV/AIDS
- Community-based MCH-FP activities and health education
- Nutritional support to the malnourished children of poor and marginalized group of the community of Mirpur area
The Centre has developed a comprehensive Health Management Information System (HMIS) to track performance. Daily records of users at service-delivery points are compiled to prepare monthly user statistics. Monthly performance is monitored and compared to site-specific targets. HMIS indicators are reviewed each quarter.
Training To accommodate its training program, Radda runs a training unit with a 30 bed hostel facility. The unit provides training to the centre's own staff and runs several courses for other NGO partners and Government agencies. Training in Maternal and Child Health is offered to a multitude of health professionals, including doctors, health workers, including community health workers, traditional birth attendants (TBA) and others.