This child anemia training module for training frontline health and Integrated Child Development Services workers in Uttar Pradesh, India, includes a training module, resources, capsules, and facilitators guide. The training addresses the magnitude of the child anemia problem, its service implications, and measures created for preventing it. It emphasizes consumption of iron and folic acid supplements by pregnant women and young children ages 6 to 59 months. The training also aims to help supervisors, lady health visitors, Mukhya Sevikas, auxiliary nurse midwives, Anganwadi/Karyakarti workers, and accredited social health activists understand the importance of compliance, and techniques of communication, motivation, and counseling required for effective maternal anemia reduction.
Training Capsule: Handouts for Training Frontline Health and ICDS Workers in Uttar Pradesh (PDF, 496.75 KB)
Training Module Resources: Training Frontline Health and ICDS Workers in Uttar Pradesh (PDF, 1.39 MB)