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Only 57 percent expecting mothers go health facility for delivery

Rupandehi, March 12 . The Ministry of Social Development under the State-5 is set to implement a special initiative to lessen maternal and child mortality rates.
Preparation is underway to equip all 363 birthing centres of the state with competent human resource and instruments, informed at a press conference organized here on Wednesday.
Minister for Social Development Sudarshan Baral shared the programme would be implemented from the grant amount of Rs 100 million provided by the federal government.
He expressed his confidence that the programme would help improve maternity service and thereby enhance health status of mother and child.
As part of the programme, the existing health workers would be provided with training and each birthing centre would receive different 26 types of health equipments, the minister said.
On the occasion, Director of State Health Training Centre Butwal, Maheswor Shrestha informed that number of mother undergoing child delivery at health facilities has reached 57 percent and also hoped that the initiative would help reduce maternal child mortality rates. rss

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