Research Studies

Research Studies

Knowledge Shift and Skill Enhancement of ANMs from ARMMAN’s High-risk Pregnancy Training

This study demonstrates results from a pre-post-training and a six-month follow-up assessment, showcasing changes in knowledge and management skills of ANMs to screen, manage and refer pregnant women with high-risk conditions.

Impact of Mobile-based Intervention on Health Literacy among Pregnant Women

This study demonstrates the feasibility and value of delivering mhealth messages to pregnant women in order to improve health literacy regarding preventive care during pregnancy and early childhood in urban India.

Randomized Cluster Trial: mMitra and Arogya Sakhi

This study determines that improved access to preventive information via mMitra and improved access to home-based diagnostic investigation and referral service via Arogya Sakhi leads to improved health outcomes among rural underprivileged pregnant women and infants.

Cost-effectiveness of a direct to beneficiary mobile communication programme in improving reproductive and child health outcomes in India

This study aims to determine the cost-effectiveness of exposure to Kilkari as compared with no exposure across 13 states in India.