EFICOR has been working with ministry of health and family welfare as well as ministry of women and child development to improve the maternal and child health. EFICOR works on areas having high IMR and MMR and children with malnutrition. The key strategies of EFICOR are building the capacity of frontline health workers to deliver quality services with effectiveness, providing supportive supervision during village health and nutrition day, strengthening village health sanitation and nutrition committee and facilitating innovative behavior change communication activities to improve the knowledge as well as to bring positive behavioral changes among the mothers.
At present EFICOR is implementing six maternal and child health projects. Four in Madhya Pradesh (Damoh, Khandwa, Satna and Panna districts), one in Rajasthan (Jalore district) and one in Jharkhand (Pakur district).
Maternal and Child Health and Nutrition
EFICOR has been working with the Government to bring about better health, hygiene and nutrition among children and mothers through Child Survival Projects (CSP). At present, EFICOR implements four Mother and Child Health projects in remote parts of Jharkhand (Pakur district) and Madhya Pradesh (Damoh, Khandwa and Satna districts).
HIV & AIDS
EFICOR provides home based care, counselling, nutrition support, accessing ART and ICTC facilities, diagnostic and therapeutic camps, and alternative livelihood provision. EFICOR advocates on Right to Live (issues of HIV & AIDS) at local, regional, national and international levels through various networks and campaigns so that vulnerable communities live with dignity.