The Ministry of Health (Former Ministry of Social Development), Bagmati province has initiated Roving Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (RANMs) program to increase the service access and utilization especially focused on remote and rural areas of provinces.
Roving Auxiliary Nurse Midwives (RANMs) are primarily responsible for health, sanitation and nutrition promotion, adoloscent sexual and reproductive health awareness, safe motherhood to increase utilization of basic healthcare services.
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