The Nutrition And Health Education

1769 WordsJul 24, 20168 Pages
National Level studies: Sunder Lal (1989) conducted study to find out the nutrition and health education in relation to personnel, material, techniques and methods in rural ICDS blocks of Kathura in Haryana. He study revealed that during the training programme most of the time is going waste in preparing educational aids rather than developing communication skills. The training programme conduct to ANMs was not equipped with skills and knowledge related to field setting, they are not satisfied with curriculum change is needed in the curriculum. The enthusiasm level was low among the anganwadi worker out 20 respondents only fifteen percent was working with enthusiasm in the field. Fifty percent of ANMs and Anganwadi workers were not using any aids they possessed for nutrition and health education. Even Administration was also responsible for slow and irregular work in these areas. Mushtari Begum and Malathi (1989) had done a comparative study of mothers trained and untrained by ICDS on health and nutrition in an urban ICDS block of Anekal in Karnataka State. Comparing in the following factors Practices, Nutrition Knowledge and Attitude. Women trained by ICDS are having more knowledge compared to untrained mothers. Socio-economic conditions are associated with providing nutritional food in both trained and untrained mothers. Attitudes of the trained and untrained women not associated with socio-economic conditions. Sangita Banerjee (1999) conducted study on the
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