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Executive Summary: What we have learnt so far; CARE India, RACHNA Program

The documentation enlightens on the experiences, lessons learnt and findings of the USAID funded, Reproductive and Child Health, Nutrition and HIV/AIDS Program RACHNA of CARE-India in a collection of technical papers. Decline in malnutrition among children is the fruitful outcome of the five-year experience that would form a future platform of motivation to continue to work to reach global and national development goals for child health and nutrition in India.

RACHNA Program 2001 – 2006. Summary of Approaches and Results

The documentation on RACHNA program embarks on highlighting the details of the two main projects that endeavor to promote maternal and child health, and nutrition services. Integrated Nutrition and Health Project (INHP II) aims at sustaining the reduction in infant mortality and child malnutrition and the Chayan project supports the strengthening of family planning services in order to prevent sexually transmitted diseases.