Received Feb 7; Accepted May Design Retrospective analysis of maternal mortality. Methods Analysis of all maternal deaths between January and December
Slawa Rokicki with Natalie Carvalho. Lim, Lalit Dandona, Joseph A. Hogan and Emmanuela Gakidou Original Publication: Completed Replication Study The Original Study Janani Suraksha Yojana JSYa large-scale conditional cash transfer programme launched by the Indian government in and aimed at reducing maternal, perinatal and neonatal mortality, provides a financial incentive to encourage pregnant women to give birth in a government or accredited private health facility.
The study finds significant variation in programme uptake across districts. Moreover, uptake was different across women with different levels of education higher among women having 1—11 years of education than among women with no education or with more than 11 years of education.
The three methodological approaches show similar significant improvements in the use of antenatal care and the number of in-facility births.
The programme shows a reduction in perinatal and neonatal morbidity when using the matching estimates and the with-versus-without comparison.
However, none of the three methodological approaches shows any impact on maternal mortality, and no statistically significant effects are found on any of the health outcomes when the differences in differences approach is used.
The Replication Conditional cash transfer programs are becoming increasingly popular in low- and middle-income countries, with a goal of improving access to health and social services and reducing inequities in access and outcomes for the poor and marginalized.
Policy makers need to better understand whether these programs are effective through rigorous evaluation of existing programs. JSY provides financial incentives to pregnant women to encourage them to deliver in health facilities.
This replication study, through robustness checks and additional model specifications, reexamines recent work on the effectiveness of JSY on maternal, perinatal, and neonatal health service utilization and outcomes.In Hindi language, Janani means mother, Suraksha means protection, and Yojana means scheme.
This study was planned with the objectives to assess the impact of JSY on institutional deliveries, maternal morbidity and mortality and to find out any bottlenecks in the implementation of this scheme. Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY) is a safe motherhood intervention under the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neo-natal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among the poor pregnant women.
Keywords: Community health workers, maternal health, ASHAs, Janani Suraksha Yojana There is a plethora of literature available on the performance of Community Health Workers (CHWs), but very little is known about the CHWs’ perspectives of the health programme that they implement.
The study on” Impact of Janani Suraksha Yojana on Selected Family Health Behaviors in Rural Uttarpradesh” by Khan ashio-midori.com () informs that Janani SurakshaYojana is a monetary incentives and non-incentivized services and counseling by the ASHA have.
Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY), However, none of the three methodological approaches shows any impact on maternal mortality, and no statistically significant effects are found on any of the health outcomes when the differences in differences approach is used.
The Replication. The Government of India initiated a cash incentive scheme--Janani Suraksha Yojana (JSY)--to promote institutional deliveries with an aim to reduce maternal mortality ratio (MMR).