The National Health Mission (NHM) encompasses its two Sub-Missions, the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) and the newly launched National Urban Health Mission (NUHM). The main programmatic components include Health System Strengthening in rural and urban areas- Reproductive-Maternal- Neonatal-Child and Adolescent Health (RMNCH+A), and Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases. The NHM envisages achievement of universal access to equitable, affordable & quality health care services that are accountable and responsive to people's needs.
RMNCH+A approach has been launches in 2013 and it essentially looks to address the major causes of mortality among women and children
JSSK launched on 1st of June, 2011 is and initiative to assure free services to all pregnant women and sick neonates accessing public health institutions.
From survival to healthy survival
The Ministry of Health & Family Welfare has launched a health programme for adolescents, in the age group of10-19 years.
INAP is India’s committed response to the Global Every Newborn Action Plan, launched in June 2014 at the 67th World Health Assembly
ASHA, PNDT, Standard Treatment, Family Planing, SBA Training in RCH ll, Maternal Health