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You Are In Number
As per mandate under NRHM the State Health Society has been reconstituted under the Chairmanship of Chief Secretary, Haryana adopting multi department approach and involvement of all stake holders.
Swastya Kalyan Samitis(SKS) have been reconstituted in all CHCs, PHCs, SDHs & DHs.
Village Health & Sanitation Committees(VHSCs) have been constituted and merged with VLC of WCD department(a constitutional sub-committee of Gram Panchayat)
Sakshar Mahila Samooh(SMS) associated with IEC/BCC activities of Health Department.
Allocation of funds
Flexibility in utilizing funds for accessible and affordable health services through Panchayat Raj Institutions & community organization.
Sakshar Mahilla Samooh- R
s. 5,000/- for 6 months has been given to 6167 SMS to create health awareness in the rural population
Rs. 10,000/- for the year 2008-09 has been allotted to 6200 VLC-cum-VHSCs
Rs. 10,000/- each per year as untied funds & Rs. 10,000/- per year to every sub-centre for maintenance of building.
Untied grant of Rs. 25,000/- for health actions, Rs. 50,000/- for maintenance of PHCs & Rs. 1,00,000/- for health care of the community for each SKS(PHC) has been allotted.
Untied grant of Rs. 50,000/- for health actions, Rs. 1,00,000/- for maintenance of CHCs & Rs. 1,00,000/- for health care of the community for each SKS(CHC) has been allotted
Rs. 5,00,000/- has been allotted to District SKS.
Reforms under NRHM
160 PHCs is being made 24x7.
40 FRUs, 2 FRUs have been identified for up gradation as per IPHS Standards.
502 delivery huts have been established to provide safe deliveries 24x7.
Jachha Bachha Scheme launched on 15
Health services at doorstep in rural areas with all health personnel making regular visits on prefixed days.
3 Mobile Medical Units have been placed in service and 3 more are in pipeline.
100 clinics on wheels approved for outreach services in under served areas.
Fixed Day Outreach Approach introduced to provide RCH services on pre – notified days on a regular basis.
Outreach schedule is notified to the Sarpanch & VHSC head. Displayed in schools & Anganwadis
Decentralized community based planning
Involvement & Accountability of village Panchayats.
Raising of one community worker in rural Health Care per thousand (ASHA). Performance based incentive/ Social Activist. 14000 ASHA workers have been identified so far, 13186 are in place.
6167 registered societies consisting of over four lakh educated women called SMS (Sakshar Mahila Samooh) engaged for intensive BCC in villages.
An integrated BCC strategy has been developed to ensure continuous and intensified IEC at village level for behavior change that relates to healthy life styles, women’s health, spacing, age at marriage, Importance of girl child, adolescent health in addition to prevention of diseases like AIDS, malaria, TB etc.
Substantial IEC budget for rural areas.
An annual calendar based on “pakhwara” (fort night) focusing on different health issues has prepared.
Simple to understand & easy to disseminate messages in local idiom.
Create sanitation movement in villages, health hygiene. A toilet for every household.
A special campaign to curb anemia among children and adolescent being launched in coordination with WCD.
Sanitation being improved in coordination with Sulabh International.
13 lakh children being de-wormed in schools.
School children to be the focus under outreach programme.
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