नवजात देखभाल के लिए जबलपुर से जारी हुआ घोषणा पत्र

जबलपुर, 12 नवम्बर।

जबलपुर में रविवार को 60 से अधिक सामाजिक और धर्म गुरु जुटे और उन्होंने।नवजात देखभाल में सुधार की प्रतिबद्धता दोहराई। इस अवसर पर नवजात देखभाल पर घोषणा पत्र पर हस्ताक्षर कर उसे जारी किया गया।  इसका आयोजन एनजीओ स्पंदन ने यूनिसेफ मप्र के सहयोग से किया। इस सम्मेलन के आरम्भ में डॉ भगीरथ कुमावत, उपाध्यक्ष, मप्र माध्यमिक शिक्षा मंडल ने कहा कि मध्यप्रदेश में नवजात मृत्यु दर में गिरावट के लिए हमें नवजात बच्चों और गर्भवती महिलाओं पर ध्यान केंद्रित करना होगा।

यूनिसेफ मध्यप्रदेश के प्रमुख श्री माइकल जुमा ने कहा कि मप्र ने पांच वर्ष से कम उम्र में बच्चों की मृत्यु दर में कमी लाने के लिए कई कदम उठाए हैं, लेकिन हमें बालिकाओं पर अधिक ध्यान देना होगा। नवजात विशेष देखभाल केन्द्रों के आंकड़े बताते है कि इन केंद्रों में बालकों की तुलना में बालिकाओं को भर्ती करने की संख्या कम है। सामाजिक नेतृत्व कर्ता के रूप में आप सभी समाज में यह संदेश प्रसारित कर सकते हैं और इसकी पैरवी कर सकते हैं। डॉ वंदना भाटिया, स्वास्थ्य विशेषज्ञ, यूनिसेफ मध्यप्रदेश और पुष्पा अवस्थी, पोषण विशेषज्ञ, यूनिसेफ मध्यप्रदेश ने नवजात देखभाल पर प्रेजेंटेशन प्रस्तुत किया तथा स्तनपान व नवजात देखभाल के महत्व पर बल दिया।  डॉ रंजना गुप्ता, संयुक्त संचालक स्वास्थ्य और पुनीत मारवाह, संयुक्त संचालक, महिला एवं बाल विकास विभाग ने इस दिशा में सरकार के प्रयासों की जानकारी दी तथा धर्म गुरुओं से आग्रह किया कि नवजात देखभाल में सामाजिक भागीदारी बढ़ाने में सहयोग करें। सम्मेलन को गोपाल राय यवतकर, बलबीर सिंह, चित्रकूट विश्वविद्यालय; शाहिद मोहम्मद, मप्र में सर्वोच्च न्यायालय नईदिल्ली के एमसीपीसी के प्रशिक्षक; डॉ बीएल कोरी, अध्यक्ष कोरी समाज ने संबोधित किया। स्पंदन संस्था के अनिल सौमित्र ने सम्मेलन के उद्देश्यों को बताया। गिरीश उपाध्याय ने संयोजन किया।


Declaration on new born care was signed and released by the leaders

Jabalpur, 12 November. About 60 social and faith based leader’s meet on new born care was held at Jabalpur today. It was organised by Spandan NGO in partnership with UNICEF MP. Opening the meet Dr Baghirath Kumravat Vice Chair Madhya Pradesh Secondary Education Board said we need to focus on new born child and pregnant women to help reduce new born mortality in Madhya Pradesh. Mr Michael Juma Chief UNICEF Madhya Pradesh said tha Madhya Pradesh has taken steps to reduce under five mortality, but we need to increase focus on girl child. Data from special care new born unit tells us that admission of female child is less then male child. you as leaders of social change can help take message to communities and advocate on it.  Dr Vandana Bhatia Health Specialist UNICEF MP and Puspha Awasthy Nutrition Officer UNICEF made presentation on new born care and stressed importance of breatfeeding and care of new born child. Dr Ranjana Gupta Joint Director Health and Puneet Marwah Joint Director Women & Child Development shared state’s efforts and called on all leaders present to support state as new born care needs coordination of State with society.

Gopal Rai Yavtkar, Balbir Singh Chitrakoot University, Shahid Mohd Mediator/Trainer MCPC Supreme Court of India New Delhi at M.P. HighCourt, Dr BL Kori, President Kori Samaj spoke at the meet. Anil Soumitra of Spandan shared objectives of the meet and Girish Updhyay facilitated the meet.

 

‘For strong economy we need healthy newborn’

Social and Faith based Leaders Dialogue on Newborn Care organised on November 12, 2017 in Nana Deshmukh Veterinary Science University, Jabalpur

Jabalpur, 12 Nov. 17

“We have to tackle the problems today so that we can develop our newborns as future leaders”, said Michael Juma, Madhya Pradesh Chief, UNICEF India at the day long session on Social and Faith Based Leaders Dialogue on Newborn Care on November 12, 2017 at Nana Deshmukh  Veterinary Science University. He further added that to we have to develop an environment of quality health care services together to build a strong economy and that is the challenge before us. He also praised the Government of Madhya Pradesh which is working extensively for child care and has developed 54 SNCU’s across the state for newborn care.

The session was organised by Spandan, Bhopal and UNICEF, Madhya Pradesh to highlight the problems faced in newborn care and solutions to the problems.  Speakers from various faith groups participated in the session to bring change in the prevailing problem. Dr Gopal Rao Yavudkar, RSS, said that the time has changed a lot. “Earlier sex education was needed but today times have changed and so is the family structure. Today it has become important because no sex education is provided to children. Parents are so busy in work that they seldom get time to spend and talk with their children”, he said stressing on the present lifestyle.

Zebunnisha Qureshi, Social Activist from Guna said that her organisation works towards women and child issues. “I have been working towards bringing change among women and spread awareness among women for safe and healthy life”. Brahmakumari BK Beena also said that care should be taken on improving mental health and create an environment of positivity to keep our newborn and  home healthy.

Dr Vandana Bhatia and Pushpa Awasthi, UNICEF Bhopal  gave a presentation on newborn care and highlighted the importance of hygiene and immunisation during 1000 days of birth. Anil Gulati, Communication Specialist, UNICEF Madhya Pradesh, Anil Saumitra, Spandan, Bhopal, Dr RH Lata, NHM, Madhya Pradesh, Dr Jitendra Jamandar, Namami Devi Narmada Prakalp, Dr Puneet Marwaha, Joint Director, Woman and Child development, Madhya Pradesh were also present at the session along with participants from different fields of occupation and presented their views.

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  1. वीणा गौतम

    बहुत ही सार्थक आयोजन सही दिशा प्राप्त हुई नवजात की देखभाल और मातृत्व को लेकर धन्यवाद यूनिसेफ और स्पंदन के प्रयास का

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