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Papers/Reports | October 10, 2013

Baseline Study Summary

ReMIND—Reducing Maternal and Newborn Deaths

CRS' Reducing Maternal and Newborn Deaths (ReMiND) Project works with government community health workers to improve the frequency and quality of pregnancy, postpartum, newborn and young child home visits in Kaushambi District of Uttar Pradesh, India. CRS conducted a project baseline study to establish baseline levels of ReMiND's strategic objective indicators; assess baseline levels of knowledge and supplemental indicators; and explore household attitudes around maternal, newborn and child health. This summary includes a description of the project, the study methodology, key findings, conclusions and priority recommendations for the project going forward.