Abstract
A STUDY TO ASSESS THE KNOWLEDGE REGARDING INTENSIFIED MISSION INDRADHANUSH 2.0 AMONG MOTHERS OF UNDER- FIVE CHILDREN IN KERALA WITH A VIEW TO DEVELOP AN EDUCATIONAL BOOKLET

Anumol Joy, Jincy Rajan, Minnu Paul, Susan Stephen, George Varghese and Jyothilakshmi J.*

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A study to assess the knowledge regarding Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0 among mothers of under five children in Kerala with a view to develop an educational booklet. The objectives of the study were to assess the knowledge regarding Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0 among mothers of under-five children, to find out the association between knowledge regarding intensified mission Indradhanush 2.0 among mothers of under-five children and selected demographic variables, to develop an educational booklet regarding intensified mission Indradhanush 2.0 for mothers of under five children. A quantitative approach was used in the study. The sampling technique used in the study was convenience sampling. The tool used were self-structured questionnaire for knowledge and demographic variables .The main study was conducted among 60 mothers of under five children in Kerala. The significant findings of the study were revealed that out of 60samples, 30% of individuals were in the age a group of 26-30 years and 28% of them were in both 18-25 years and 31-35 years, 13% in the age group of 36-40years. Regarding their educational status, 55% were post-graduate, 18% were graduates, 15% were higher secondary and 11% were SSLC and above. . The data regarding occupation reveals that 45% were unemployed, 23% were private employed, 16% were Govt. employees and 15% belonged to other categories. Regarding the source of information, the data reveals that 30% of them had information from social media, 31% of them had information from relatives, 26 of them have from health care professionals and 11% of them from magazines. The present study revealed that out of 60 samples 13% of women had poor knowledge, 60% had moderate knowledge and 27% had good knowledge regarding Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0 among mothers of under-five children. It was inferred that the present study showed no significant association between Knowledge and demographic variables like age in years, education, occupation and source of information at 0.05 level of significance. Based on the findings the investigators have drawn implication which were of vital concerns in the field of nursing practice, nursing administration and nursing education for future development.

Keywords: knowledge, Intensified Mission Indradhanush 2.0, mothers of under-five, Educational booklet.


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