Death of Mariyamma – Investigating Maternal Death in Manvi taluka, Raichur District (Karnataka) JMS demands prompt action against medical negligence and steps towards stopping maternal deaths Name of the deceased woman Mariyamma W/o Ramesh Address Sangapura village, Hirekottnekal Gram Panchayat, Manvi Taluk, Raichur. Maternal home address: Dhumthi village, Gonavar Gram Panchayat, Sindhanoor Taluk, Raichur Dt. … Continue reading
Session on Reproductive health of adolescence and awareness of menstrual hygiene for young rural girls. organized at JMS office Pothnal in support of resource person Annamma, an experienced nurse in Primary Health Center, Pothnal. There were 15 girls engaged in the session. Annamma, a nurse at the Pothnal Primary Health Centre, addressed the young girls. She provided detailed information on reproductive health, hygiene, balanced diet maintenance, and psychological changes during the menstrual cycle and medical consultations and so on. There was an interactive session with the girls finding answers to their own menstrual issues, the discussion continued by displaying a documentary.
Death of Mariyamma, 20 years – Investigating Maternal Death – JMS demands prompt action against medical negligence and steps towards stopping maternal deaths
JMS YUVA VEDIKE (JMS Youth Forum) Thanks to all friends who have extended support to JMS and for the solidarity. With your encouragement and with the active involvement of Ambika’s Parents – Madheva and Mariamma – the campaign #JusticeFor_Ambika – has now reached the young Dalit girls in the villages of Raichur (Karnataka, India). Under the … Continue reading
Since 2017, JMS has focused on right to maternal health care services, as the declining public health services are experienced by pregnant and nursing women, especially Dalit women, as very painful and indignifying experiences. In 2017, with interviews with 234 women very intensive campaign began to press for primary health care services using the evidence on maternal health care. In September – October 2018, again, JMS undertook a survey of 362 nursing women in 43 villages coming under the jurisdiction of 8 PHCs. Continue reading
#JMS Maternal Health Campaign_2019 JMS in collaboration with Dalit Human Rights Forum Karnataka (DHRF-K) organised a district level Maternal Health rally at Sindhanur Taluk Hospital Sindhanur on 12th July 2019, demanding access to better reproductive and maternal health care services and pressing for stopping undue referrals to private health care facilities which incur heavy financial burden … Continue reading
JMS Campaign for Maternal Health Rights of Dalit women – raises concerns about the sick health system
New Indian Express, 04 March 2019