• 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.


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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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    A series of events are being organised...See more events

    Hum sab ke liye, apno ke liye

    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.

    Stay tuned into our Website & Facebook to be a part of this celebration and keep sharing your thoughts and views.


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    Young people Reproductive Sexual Health & Rights
    1. Collaboration with Lund University, Sweden on National Training Programme on mainstreaming sexual reproductive health and rights through Youth Friendly Health Services in India in 2008
    2. Empanelled as training agency on NRHM-RCH II in 10 districts, Haryana Government, 2007
    3. Developed posters on early marriage and early pregnancy released by State Minister for Social Welfare Government of Rajasthan in 2006
    4. Developed a module on Adolescent Health and Development for basic health functionaries for MoHFW in 2005
    5. Technical participation in WHO fifth technical steering committee, Department of child and adolescent Health and Development at Geneva in 2003
    6. MAMTA was invited for developing quality improvement toolkit for adolescent friendly health services in WHO advisory group meeting at WHO Geneva in 2002
    7. Recognized as Regional Resource Centre in reproductive and child health by MoHFW, GOI 2005 for Punjab. Haryana and Chandigarh
    Maternal Newborn and Child Health
    1. Organised National Training in 13 states for World Vision in India on the issues of MNCHN
    Communicable Diseases ( TB, HIV / AIDS)
    1. Drafted the section on ‘Adolescent health, nutrition and HIV’ for the 11th Five Year Plan document, Planning Commission of India, 2007
    2. National Technical Resource Institute for roll out of link worker scheme under NACP III in 25 districts of 5 states, designated by former Department of AIDS Control in 2007
    3. Developed Operational Guidelines for the Link worker’s scheme, training manual & Handbook for link Workers for NACO, 2007
    4. Prepared Operational Guidelines for mainstreaming gender in NACP III for former Department of AIDS Control and UNIFEM in 2007
    5. Participated in strategic technical committee meeting for HIV/AIDS for WHO in 2007
    6. Designated as Chair and professional designate for subgroup on children, adolescents, women and gender in NACP III in 2006
    Non Communicable Diseases
    1. District Design for Mainstreaming ARSH & Non Communicable conditions in YFHS in HP in collaboration with State Health Mission and LUND University, Sweden supported by Sida 2013.
    Institutional Achievements
    1. MAMTA was invited to panel discussion – Gender and health by the Lal Bahadur Shastri National Academy of Administration in 1998
    Representation and Membership
    1. Expert for finalisation of GFTAM Round Six proposal for CCM approval (2006)
    2. Regional Technical Steering Committee of WHO, SEARO, on Child and Adolescent Health (2005)
    3. Technical Steering Committee of WHO, Geneva, on Child and Adolescent Health (2003 – 05)
    4. MAMTA is member of the national level core group on ‘Child Marriage’ formed by the Ministry of Women and Child, Government of India to develop the National Strategy and National Plan of Action on Child Marriage in 2013
    5. Member of first national coordination committee on child health under Population Policy, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoHFW) in 1999
    6. Member of sub groups of three ministries –Women And Child Department and Ministry of Health & Family Welfare and NACO for the 12th Five Year Plan