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Concurrent Monitoring Round I : Menstrual Health Management Project in UP, Bihar and Jharkhand, UNICEF

 A comprehensive Social and Behaviour Change Communication (SBCC) strategy on Menstrual Management among rural adolescent girls in the age group 10-19 years is being implemented in select districts in three states – Uttar Pradesh, Bihar and Jharkhand. CMS Communication is conducting rounds of concurrent monitoring to assess the extent to which different aspects of the intervention model resonate with the primary participants. The study would also assess the process and status of implementation of different activities and provide interim results regarding the change engendered by the activities. 

A quantitative and qualitative survey will be undertaken to assess the functioning of the centres and its impact on the clients. CMS is implementing the quantitative assessment of IYCF Counseling Centers in Bihar to capture client’s perspectives on the quality of the counseling service they received in terms of service quality and value; to identify knowledge, attitude and practice of current MIYCN behaviors, as a result of counseling and to assess counselor’s knowledge and attitudes on MIYCN.