No mother should die during childbirth and provide healthcare services by primary and preventive care.
Helping save lives by training MBBS doctor
NARCHI is a Non Governmental Organization registered under the West Bengal Societies Act, XXVI of 1961 and under section 12A & 80G of IT Act as a Charitable Trust. It was founded in 1975.
We have over 6000 members in 15 branches throughout India, made up of mainly doctors and few other professionals.
NARCHI promotes Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) by
- Distribution of Dawn Rule of Ten Calendars for ante-natal mothers and Adolescents.
- Promoting Family Planning and Sterilization Programmes
- Promoting Breast feeding by WHO norms and infant immunization
- Promoting Zero Maternal Death practices.
Indian College of Maternal & Child health (ICMCH) was established in 1990 at Cuttack during NARCHI conference as an academic wing of NARCHI to provide adequate practical training to fresh graduates who do not get access to very limited post graduate degree and diploma courses.
It provides Post Graduate medical training to MBBS medical graduates in Obstetrics & Gynaecology and Paediatriocs through over 200 well equipped Hospitals and Nursing homes spread throughout the country and affiliated to ICMCH.
About 2000 MBBS graduates have been already benefited during last twenty years who are well settled in their profession.