Under the aegis of Paediatric Oncology Division of the Regional Cancer Centre (RCC), Trivandrum, Kerala, a support group 'Pratyasha' was formed in April 2003 to support the affected families during illness and its treatment regime and also afterwards. 'Pratyasha' is a non-profit voluntary organisation registered (Reg no: T.829/2003) under the 1955 Tranvancore-Kochi Literary Scientific and Charitable Societies Act governed by an eleven-member Executive Committee.
The PRIME II Project ended on September 30, 2004. Improving the Performance of Primary Providers in Family Planning and Reproductive Health: Results and Lessons Learned from the PRIME II Project, 1999-2004 documents accomplishments and findings from the USAID-funded global initiative, which worked in 25 countries. The final report provides an overview of PRIME II's technical leadership areas (Performance Improvement, Postabortion Care, Responsive Training and Learning, and Family Planning and HIV/AIDS Integration) and activities in reproductive health focus areas (preventing postpartum hemorrhage, safe motherhood, advocacy against female genital cutting, adolescents and gender). This website includes country-by-country descriptions of PRIME II's work in six regions around the world, and all of the projectâ€™s publications, resources and interactive tools.
The Perinatal Quality Cooperative of North Carolina (PQCNC) is a community of organizations, agencies and individuals committed to making North Carolina the best place to be born.
This free introductory course on injury prevention and control contains material from the June 6, 1997 videoconference, "Getting Started in Injury Control and Violence Prevention" presented in a web-based format that expands upon and supplements the televised program.
Online textbook and virtual cell tour.