Brief Profile

MAMTA - Health Institute for Mother and Child ( is a non- governmental organization, established in year 1990 and registered under Societies Registration Act- 1860 of Government of India. In a span of two and half decades, MAMTA has been able to establish itself in program implementation, program management, training, research and advocacy at National and International Level.

Today, MAMTA mobilizes community, strengthens health systems, networks and conducts policy level advocacy in close partnership with the government, public health systems, civil societies, academic institutions, corporate sector and community at large. MAMTA is working in 18 states of India and also expanded its reach in South and South East Asia region as a technical support organization in addressing health and development issues.

The organization expanded geographically across 218 districts of India with six state offices including Lucknow in Uttar Pradesh.

MAMTA in Uttar Pradesh

Current Projects implemented by MAMTA in Uttar Pradesh

Few major ongoing projects in Uttar Pradesh

S.N Name of the program Intervention Districts Theme
1 AHANA Program 31 Districts of U.P. Improving access to PPTCT services in Public Health System in India
2 Improving Maternal & Child health services and livelihood opportunities Banda & Kaushambi Maternal Health
3 Nestle Project-2 Lucknow, Varanasi, Allahabad, Banda and Kaushambhi Strengthening RMNCH+A strategy with special focus on Adolescent and Young people health

Azim Prem Ji Philanthropic Initiative

  Allahabad ,Varanasi and Banda

Improving Nutritional Health and Hygiene of Adolescent Girls and boys through peer led approach

5 Axshya Project (GFATM Round 9) TB Control Programme

Kanpur Nagar, Kanpur Dehat, Faizabad, Ambedkar nagar, Maharajganj, Deoria, Etawah, Pratapgarh, Siddharth Nagar, Shrawasti and Sant Kabir Nagar

TB Care and Control
6 McArthur Project Phase-2 Saharanpur and Muzafar Nagar RMNCH+A with special focus on Pre-Conception Care

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