State Child Health Resource Center (SCHRC) , Rajasthan was set up in May 2009. At present it is effectively functional in coalition with State Institute of Health & Family Welfare,Jaipur (SIHFW) with an agenda of providing impetus to the child health intervention in the state under NRHM.
The need for establishing an independent center arose from failure in attaining desired targets of MDG4.SCHRC aims at strengthening qualitative child health services by evolving as a pivotal health mechanism solemnly focused on child health care.
Objectives of SCHRC are as Followings.
Interpret, and analyze data, training material, policies, program,case studies.
2.Prepare and develop requisite training module, content, progress reports study material etc.
3.Organize symposium training of trainers, workshops, seminars, debate, dialogues in child health to provide a platform for child health experts, acumen, consultants and all those involved in the sector.
4.To ensure accessibility, quality and management of the state child health intervention by means of assessing, monitoring and evaluating them.
5.To collaborate and build a synergy with other institution and organizations to seek intersectoral convergence on child health and redress shortfalls and gaps.
6.To focus on research activities, and building capacities of health professionals at all levels of facilities by mentoring, guiding and orienting them
Home Based Postnatal care(HBPNC).
b) Yashodha intervention.
c) Facility Based Newborn Care Unit (FBNC/SNCU).
d) Sick New Born Stabilizing Unit (SNSU).
e) Malnutrition Treatment Center (MTC).
f) Navzaat Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (NSSK); aims to provide basic essential newborn care and resuscitation programme.
h)Integrated Management Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses(IMNCI)
The infrastructure, availability and adequacy of medicines, availability of equipments- their sufficiency and maintenance, proper maintenance of medical records, hygiene and cleanliness, existing human resource – sufficiency and requirement, training of trainers and newly recruited health functionaries with their orientation; gaps and recommendations pertaining to the above mentioned child health services are the major issues that are to be addressed, reviewed and discussed by SCHRC.