Impact

SAM has operated in 1500 villages and covered 3 million people
At present SAM works in 1100 villages

  • 2008: Maternal child health program in UP
  • 2012: Expanded to Gadag, Karnataka
  • 2013: Expanded to Dharwad, Hospet, Karnataka
  • 2013: Started TB Control and Population Stabilization programs, UP
  • 2015: Expanded to Jaunpur (UP), Nizamabad (Telangana)
  • 2016: Expanded TB control to 700 villages in Amethi, UP
  • 2017: Added TB control to 100 more villages, Nizamabad
  • 2018: Help TB control by mapping TB patients who get treatment in private sector
  • 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 by 30%
  • 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: 1,300,000
    • Population coverage: 87% 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: 180
    • Population covered: 400,000
    • Program MCH
  • District Jaunpur, UP
    • Started June 2015
    • Villages covered: 101
    • Population covered: 147,970
    • Program: MCH
  • Karnataka

    SAM – 2017 Impact

    Impact on Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) &
    Infant Mprtalty Rate (IMR)
    MMR
    Per 100,000 deliveries
    IMR
    Per 1000 births
    162 villages, with SAM program
    Jan 2017 to Dec 2017
    5930 deliveries
    0 4
    145 villages, without SAM program
    Jan 2017 to Dec 2017
    4016 deliveries
    78 12
    Before SAM program, 207 villages
    Apr 2009 to Mar 2011
    11,817 deliveries
    483 20

    SAM – 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 2015 stats 133 31

  • Uttar Pradesh

    After 3 Years

    • 90 % reduction in maternal deaths
    • 57% reduction in neonatal deaths
    • 99% increase in institutional deliveries
    • 95% increase in girls marrying after are 18
    • 53% increase in modern contraceptive use among targeted & eligible couples

    SAM – 2017 Impact

    Impact on Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) &
    Infant Mortality Rate (IMR)
    MMR
    Per 100,000 deliveries
    IMR
    Per 1000 births
    700 villages, with SAM program
    Jan 2017 to Dec 2017
    5052 deliveries
    178 8
    Overall UP State 2014-15 stats 258 68