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Border District Project (BDP): (UNICEF)


 

Project Period

Four Years from 5.1.1999

Coverage

Districts:
Latur, Nanded, Osmanabad.

Project Implementing 

Govt. of Maharashtra

Agencies

UNICEF


Project Goal:

To reduce the maternal mortality and infant mortality by half at the end of the project as compared to the present status.


Objectives:
  1. To understand the health status of women & children in the border districts & the reasons for success/failure in performance indicators.
  2. To identify priority issues which require specific interventions.
  3. To formulate strategies to address the priority issues.



 

 

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