• The International Association for Adolescent Health -
    11th World Congress on Adolescent Health

    International Association for Adolescent Health (IAAH) 11th World Congress on Adolescent Health: Investing in Adolescent Health - the Future is Now will be held in New Delhi, India from 27-29 October 2017, hosted by MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child and the Public Health Foundation of India (PHFI) and with support of the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India. The Congress will combine clinical and public health perspectives, and present new approaches and best practices that can contribute to accelerated action for adolescent health and rights, both globally and with specific reference to India and the sub-region.

    www.iaah2017congress.org 

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    Jagriti Sammelan - Sharing & Learning Conference 2017

    18-20 September 2017

    MAMTA Health Institute for Mother and Child (MAMTA), You’re Invited for participating in the National level conference under RMNCH+A Project (Jagriti) @ Indian Social Institute...

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    MAMTA is entering into its 25th year of journey,  and we take this opportunity by celebrating with you all through  creating a momentum on the evidences, experiences, learning  and challenges to further enrich collective learning on issues of our mandate.

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    International
    Young people Reproductive Sexual Health & Rights
    1. Development of Peer Module on Gender transformative Approach for implementing Partners in Nepal, 2010
    2. Development of Peer Education Manual & Adolescent Parenting Manual and Conduct TOT for Strengthening Adolescent Reproductive Health in Dhaka, Bangladesh (2009, Plan International, Bangladesh)
    3. Development of human resource development plans and guidelines for Capacity Development of Reproductive Health Initiative for Youth in Asia (RHIYA) partners in Bangladesh (2005, UNFPA)
    4. Preparation of a standardized culturally appropriate clinical service delivery package and ‘Developing Sustainability Strategies’ for phasing out procedures for RHIYA partner NGOs in Bangladesh (2005, Marie Stopes Clinic Society)
    5. Advanced Training on Young people’s Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights for CSOs & policy makers through collaboration with CCRHTIT (China Centre for Reproductive Health Technical Instruction and Training) in Shanghai, China (2005,UNFPA)
    Maternal Newborn and Child Health Nutrition
    1. International award from white ribbon alliance of safe motherhood programme in urban poor scenario awarded by Delhi Government for women empowerment in 2000
    2. Received “Incubator Award” by USAID in 2013
    Communicable Diseases ( TB, HIV / AIDS)
    1. Technical Support to South East Asia and Pacific Hub Partners of Khana, Cambodia, on SRH-HIV Convergence (2010, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, UK)
    2. Development of Advocacy Training Module for the Stakeholders for India and Bangladesh on HIV-SRH Convergence in Dhaka, Bangladesh (2010, International HIV/AIDS Alliance, UK)
    3. Collaboration with International Federation for Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies to provide technical support to multiple stakeholders (2007), including: contributing to the training during Bangladesh Red Crescent Regional Meeting on life skills education (LSE) and HIV; advocacy skills building training for the Sri Lanka Red Cross meeting; customized training on LSE and RH for Afghanistan Red Crescent Peer leaders
    Institutional Achievements
    1. MAMTA has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Burundi for addressing health and development issues in that country 2013
    2. Collaboration established for International Federation for Red Cross and red Crescent Societies to provide technical support in skills building exercise in Bangladesh 2007
    3. MAMTA entered into an Institutional collaboration with Oregon State University, Corvallis, USA for student exchange programme for research and study in 2002
    Representation and Membership
    1. Leveraging learnings from infectious disease control and maternal and child health programs for non-communicable disease management in low-and middle-income countries : Basel dialogue – December 12, 2014
    2. Prevention Reference Group on HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS (2009)
    3. Co-Chair (Officiating Chair) for 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health (2007)
    4. Strategic and Technical Advisory Committee for HIV/AIDS (STAC-HIV), Department of HIV/AIDS, WHO, Geneva (2007-09)
    5. Scientific committee for 4th Asia Pacific Conference on Sexual and Reproductive Health (2006-07)
    6. Regional Technical Steering Committee of WHO, SEARO, on Child and Adolescent Health (2005)
    7. Technical Steering Committee of WHO, Geneva, on Child and Adolescent Health (2003 – 05)
    8. Member of NACG (National Alliance Coordination Group)–India under SAIEVAC (South Asia Initiative to Eliminate Violence Against Children-an apex body of SAARC) and is leading the thematic group on Child Marriage in 2013
    9. Member of strategic and technical advisory committee for HIV/AIDS (STAC-HIV) Department of HIV/AIDS, WHO Geneva in 2006