A design and development of information system to educate women about prenatal and postnatal issues and care

ChetnaDevice

“CHETNA” Celebrate your Pregnancy

“WHO defines maternal mortality as the death of a woman during pregnancy or in the first 42 days after the birth of the child due to causes directly or indirectly linked with pregnancy”. The Indian Government estimates that 301 women die annually for every 100,000 live births. Assam has the highest maternal mortality rate at 480 in India.

Ethnography conducted at villages of Guwahati and at the tea gardens of Dibrugarh

Guwahati

  • Belkona – 3 users and a Doctor
  • Katin Pahar – 7 users
  • Amin Gaon – 3 users and a Husband

 

Dibrugarh tea gardens:

  • Beheating – 3 users, 2 Husbands and a ASHA worker
  • Borborooah – 3 users and a ASHA worker
  • Boughpara – 3 users and 2 husbands
  • Mancotta – 3 users and 2 husbands

Target Group

3

 

Mock-up

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Features

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Antenatal care (ANC) – 2

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Why Chetna

Acts as social status for women

Husband involvement as a guarantor

Doctor and ASHA are well connected

Easy information tracking

Easy information flow

National registration and easy migration

Reminder

Emergency guidance

Educates women about NRHM schemes

Educates women about the Antenatal Care, Food, Anemia and Emergency

 

Presentation 

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Award

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Awarded Gandhian Young Technological Innovation Award 2013 (Team: Jagriti and Amit)

Media

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