Impact

SAM has operated in 1500 villages and covered 3 million people

  • 2008: Maternal child health program in UP
  • 2012: Expanded to Gadag, Karnataka
  • 2013: Expanded to Dharwad, Hospet, Karnataka
  • 2013: Started TB Control, UP
  • 2013: Started Population Stabilization program, UP
  • 2015: Expanded to Jaunpur (UP),Nizamabad (Telangana)
  • 2016: Expanded TB control to 700 villages in Amethi, UP
  • 2017 : Expand to Varanasi urban slums, Mobile clinic in Madhya Pradesh
  • 2017: Add TB control to 100 more villages, Nizamabad
  • 2020: Expand to 5-10 more districts; 4000-8000 villages; 10 to 16 mil people
  • Worked in 1500 villages since 2008
  • Trained over 35,000 volunteer health activists
  • Reduced maternal morality by 90%
  • Reduced neonatal mortality by 57%
  • Increased delivery in hospital to 98%
  • Immunization increased to 80%
  • Increased TB detection up to 3-10 times
  • Contraceptive acceptance increased by 10%
  • Maternal Child Health (MCH)
  • Maternal mortality reduction
  • Infant mortality reduction
  • Population stabilization
  • Tuberculosis control
  • District Amethi, UP
    • Started 2008
    • Total villages: over 700
    • Total Population: 1,500,000.
    • Population covered 1,191,816.
    • Population coverage : 79% of total
    • Programs: MCH; Population stabilization; TB control
  • District Nizamabad, Telangana
    • Started May 2015
    • Villages covered: 100
    • Population covered 100,000
    • Program: MCH
  • District Gadag, Karnataka
    • Started 2012
    • Population (2011): 1,064,570
    • Total Villages: 328
    • Villages covered by SAM: 162
    • Population covered in 2014, Approx.: 100,000
    • Population covered in 2015, Approx.: 500,000
    • Program MCH
  • District Jaunpur, UP
    • Started in June 2015
    • Cover 101 villages
    • Population covered: 147,970
    • Program: MCH
  • Karnataka
    Impact on Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) & Infant Mprtalty Rate (IMR) Maternal Mortality Rate
    Per 100,000 deliveries
    Infant Mortality Rate
    Per 1000 births
    Before SAM program, 207 villages (Apr 09 to Mar 11)
    11,817 deliveries
    420 20
    162 Villages, with SAM
    (Jan 16 to Dec-2016)
    6057 deliveries
    25 6.4
    Govt. program NHM without SAM:
    124 Villages in Gadag dist. 2016
    3742 deliveries
    109 13.9

    SAM – 4 Year Impact from 2013 - 2016

    Year Total Number Of deliveries Maternal Mortality Rate
    per 100,000 deliveries
    Infant Mortality Rate
    Per 1000 births
    2013 4284 141 15.47
    2014 6512 123 11.53
    2015 7307 42 8
    2016 6057 25 6.35
    Overall Karnataka State 2013 stats 144 31

  • Uttar Pradesh

    After 3 Years

    • 90 % reduction in maternal deaths
    • 57% reduction in neonatal deaths

    After 5 Years

    • 86% reduction in maternal deaths
    • 61% reduction in neonatal deaths
    MMR: Maternal mortality rate
    IMR: Infant mortality rate < 1 year
    Maternal Mortality Rate Infant Mortality Rate
    SAM works in ~700 villages
    5245 pregnancies
    Jan-Dec 2016 after SAM
    76 4
    UP State; Govt. data 2014-15 258 68