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Information Guide on Vaccination for Pregnant Women

January 6, 2022

Pregnant women are more prone to become very ill from COVID-19. Pregnant women who get vaccinated may be protected from the serious sickness during their pregnancy. Based on the recommendations of the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunization (NTAGI), MoHFW has approved vaccination for pregnant women against COVID-19. However, the woman must be educated of the risks and benefits of the COVID-19 vaccine so that she can make an informed decision.

We have compiled a repository of verified information to help frontline healthcare providers and vaccinators counsel pregnant women on COVID-19 vaccine.

CommunityCare

Community Based Care & Support for COVID-19

Swasti works with the most poor and marginalized communities in India partnering them to make health and well-being real. To break the chain of COVID-19 transmission, it is imperative to provide the most marginalized with practical solutions to isolate and receive care through, Community Care Centers, Home quarantine kits and HelloSwasti

Visit the link to access the information sheet and posters, which is available in both Hindi and English.

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COVIDActionCollab is not merely an aggregation of partners, but is an aggregation of capacities, through which we have developed key high impact initiatives. We have drawn upon our one year’s experience at CAC and engagement with our large constituency of partners to put together a menu of initiatives for funders/investors to support which will save lives and livelihoods, and enable vulnerable communities to 'bounce forward’. Support these initiatives to build resilient communities