Rashtriya Swasthya Karyakram Bu Snriti Set
It is a health programme for adolescents. To guide the implementation of this programme, the ministry in collaboration with UNFPA has dev loped a National Adolescent Health Strategy. Target Groups: The strategy focuses on age groups 10-14 years and 15-19 years with universal coverage. It covers males and females in school and out of school, in urban and rural, married and unmarried and vulnerable and under-served Key Principles are adolescent participation and leadership, Equity and inclusion, Gender Equity and strategic partnerships with other sectors and stakeholders Focus areas Improve nutrition - Reduce the prevalence of malnutrition and iron-deficiency anaemia (IDA) among adolescent girls and boys. Improve sexual and reproductive health ,Enhance mental health .Prevent injuries and violence Prevent substance misuse Address Non-Communicable diseases such as hypertension, stroke, cardio-vascular diseases and diabetes. Thus it envisions enabling all adolescents in India to realize their full potential by making informed and responsible decisions related to their health and well-being and b accessing the servi es
POVERTY Rashtriya Arogya Nidhi (Ran)
Aim to provide financial assistance to BPL patients, who are suffering from major life threatening diseases, to receive medical treatment at any of the 13 listed super specialty institutes or government hospitals. The central government/state government/PSU employees are not eligible. The financial assistance to such patients is provided in the form of one-time grant', which is released to the Medical Superintendent of the Hospital in which the treatment has is being received. The States are needed to create their own State lness Assistance funds in which central government contribute 50% of the fund and the fund is granted to Medical superintendent for treatment The State government can grant up to Rs. 1.5 lakh in each individual case in their state and forward the cases that exceed Rs.1.5 lakh to RAN headquarters. ARevolving Fund has been set up in 13 Central Government hospitals/institutes. These hospitals can sanction financial assistance up to Rs.5 lakh, but beyond Rs.5 lakh it has to be referred to RAN headquarters.
Mission Parivar Vikas
The mission was launched on the occasion of World Population Day. Aim - to accelerate access to high quality family planning The mission focuses on family planning initiatives and targeted approaches for population stabilisation through better services delivery approach. elivery approach. It will focus on 146 high fertility districts in 7 states with high TFR (Total Fertility Rate). A new program named-Antara was launched under this mission. Under this programme, a new injection will be used which will act as an alternative to the current birth control methods
The project is to tackle the increasing HIV prevalence in the North-Eastern states. Aim - to diagnose 90 per cent of such drug addicts with HIV and put them under treatment by 2020. lt will cover one lakh people living with HIV/AlDS by giving them treatment and care facilities free of cost. It will be implemented in addition to the existing projects of the National AIDS Control Organization (NACO). The project has been sponsored by US based Centre for Disease Control and would be implemented by Family Health International 360
Pradhan Mantri Surakshit Matritva Abhiyan
Aim - to provide assured, comprehensive and quality antenatal care, free of cost, universally to all pregnant women on the 9th of every month. It guarantees a minimum package of antenatal care services to women in their 2nd /3rd trimesters of pregnancy at designated government health facilities. The scheme is applicable only for the pregnant women in their pregnancy period of 3 to 6 months. It will provide all kinds of medical check-ups completely free to pregnant women. The health check-up includes a minimum package of prenatal care/antenatal care services i.e care given during pregnancy and medicines such as IFA supplements, calcium supplements etc would be provided to all pregnant women The programme follows a systematic approach for engagement with private sector lt also laid special emphasis on early diagnosis, adequate and appropriate management of women with malnutrition and adolescent and early pregnancies as these pregnancies need extra and specialized care.
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