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1. PIP PRESENTATION (2008-09)

2. AN INSIGHT INTO ASSAM

3. AN INSIGHT INTO ASSAM

4. ADMINISTRATIVE STRUCTURE

5. PUBLIC HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE

6. PRIVATE HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE

7. HEALTH MANPOWER (Source- State Report)

8. FUNCTIONALITY OF THE HEALTH FACILITY

9. PROCESS OF PLANNING

11. Growth Rate of State Government’s Budget

12. PROGRESS MADE DURING 2007-08 SPMU, DPMU, BPMU functional During the year 1385 ANMs were recruited taking the total to 4088 1160 contractual GNMs engaged and placed in the 24X7 institutions for better maternal and child care and institutional delivery. Total-2440 131 contractual MBBS doctors engaged in SD/SHC/MPHC where there were no doctors.Total-170 99 Specialists engaged in the FRUs for comprehensive obstetric care. At present total number is 117.

13. PROGRESS MADE DURING 2007-08 202 Ayurvedic Doctors engaged and placed in different health institutions. This year 11 doctors were recruited 39 Dental (BDS) engaged . 27 District Drugs Store Manager engaged to streamline the flow of logistic. 461 Lab Technicians engaged in different BPHCs, MPHCs. 500 PHC Accountants engaged in MPHCs, SDs, SHCs. 175 Block Programme Managers (BPMs) and 230 Block Accounts Manager engaged in CHCs, BPHCs.

14. PROGRESS MADE DURING 2007-08

15. INSTITUTIONAL DELIVERY

16. JSY BENEFICIARIES

20. Programme wise funds received and utilized as on 31st March'2008

22. PART A (RCH-II) MATERNAL HEALTH Goal: To reduce maternal mortality rate to less than 300 by 2009. Objectives: To increase the antenatal coverage Strategies: To provide quality antenatal care to all pregnant woman and in inaccessible and uncovered areas. Activities :

23. PART A (RCH-II) MATERNAL HEALTH Objectives: To strengthen the basic obstetric care (institutional deliveries) Strategies: Increasing the access through facility strengthening, Social mobilization for institutional deliveries (JSY) and Referral of obstetric emergencies Activities :

24. PART A (RCH-II) MATERNAL HEALTH Objectives: To strengthen the Comprehensive obstetric care To increasing coverage of post partum care Strategies: Operationalize the FRUs to provide CEmOC, Institutional Strengthening, Awareness of communities and PRIs, Ensure post partum care by AWW/ANM/LHV , Introducing Monitoring System MAPDA to detect maternal and perinatal death. Activities :

25. PART A (RCH-II) CHILD HEALTH Goal: To reduce infant mortality rate from 66 (SRS’06) to 58 by 2009. Objectives : To improve new born care by 2009 Strategies: Improvement in the skills of service providers for new born care at home and institution, Referral of sick neonates who cannot be managed at home Activities :

26. PART A (RCH-II) CHILD HEALTH Objectives : Promote early breast-feeding and exclusive breast-feeding till 6months, To increase awareness of diarrhoea and ARI and increase the use of ORS Strategies: To increase awareness on early breastfeeding, diarrhoea & ARI, Making ORS and zinc tablets available in all the districts and Strengthen facilities at PHC, CHC, SDH and DH Activities :

27. PART A (RCH-II) CHILD HEALTH Objectives : To reduce prevalence of anemia (6-35 months), Vit A deficiency and death due to Measles after Flood Strategies: To prevent and treat anemia in children, Mass campaigning on Vit A and Age of the Measles vaccination will be extended upto 5 years Activities :

28. PART A (RCH-II) FAMILY PLANNING Goal: To meet the unmet need of contraception Objectives : To raise awareness about the advantage of contraceptives and small family Strategies: To raise awareness about the advantage of contraceptives and small family, Increase and improve the number of service delivery points to provide quality male and female sterilization (through Postpartum sterilization). Activities :

29. PART A (RCH-II) FAMILY PLANNING Goal: To meet the unmet need of contraception Objectives : To increase the male sterilization Strategies: To raise awareness among the community on Non Scalpel Vasectomy and Innovation Activities :

30. PART A (RCH-II) ADOLESCENT HEALTH Goal : To introduce a comprehensive health intiative for adolescent To ensure reproductive health & nutrition are met Objectives : To introduce a comprehensive health initiative for adolescent. Strategies: To educate and raise awareness amongst the adolescent boys and girls about human physiology, RTI, STI, HIV/AIDS, EC and safe sex. To assess service delivery by identifying institutions Activities

31. PART A (RCH-II) URBAN HEALTH Goal: To improve the Health status of urban poor community by provision of quality integrated primary health care services. Objectives: To provide Integrated and sustainable system for primary health care service delivery with focus on urban poor/slums and Outreach services to be delivered at community level Strategies: Institution strengthening and Increasing access to service delivery point including outreach area. Activities:

32. PART A (RCH-II) VULNERABLE GROUP Goal: To improve the health status of the vulnerable groups by providing high quality integrated NRHM services with a view to achieve the socio demographic goals. Objectives: To develop Integrated and sustainable service delivery Strategies: To met the unmet needs of RCH services. To facilitate BPL population on health expenditure Activities

33. PART A (RCH-II) INNOVATIONS/PPP/NGO/PNDT/QA Activities

34. PART A (RCH-II) PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP (PPP) Goal: To improve the health status of the population of underserved/ uncovered area through PPP

35. INNOVATIONS UNDER RCH II

36. PART A (RCH-II) INFRASTRUCTURE

37. PART A (RCH-II) HUMAN RESOURCE

38. PART A (RCH-II) TRAINING

39. PART A (RCH-II) TRAINING

40. PART A (RCH-II) TRAINING

41. PART A (RCH-II) BCC/IEC

42. PART A (RCH-II) PROCUREMENT

43. PART A (RCH-II) PROGRAMME MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENT

44. PART A (RCH-II) SUMMARY BUDGET

45. PART B (NRHM ADDITIONALITIES)

46. New Initiatives for 08-09 ASHA Mentoring Group at state and district Implementing evening OPD at DH, SDCH, CHC and BPHC Introducing Emergency Referral & Research Institute Mobile/ WLL phones at SC Developing E- Health system Bicycle for ANMs and ASHAs Recruiting Hospital Administrators at District Hospitals and Homeopathy doctors at MPHC and SD

47. New Initiatives Contd - Performance based Incentive to FRUs

48. New Initiatives Contd - Household Survey Implementation of MMU in 31 Sub Divisions Infrastructure Development Wing Disaster Management preparedness Human Resource Management Performance Based Appraisal System for contractual staffs Provident Fund Accident Insurance Policy for staffs working in MMU & Boat Clinic

49. New Initiative – Civil Works Construction of wards in 245 MPHCs Addition of 19 new District Hospital to be converted to IPHS Construction of Obstetric & Gynaecology ward in Medical College – Silchar * Dibrugarh Addition of 500 new SC building, functioning at the rented houses. New District Hospital at Sonapur, Kamrup (M)

50. Support to NDCP

51. Support to NDCP Contd..

52. Summary Budget NRHM

53. Summary Budget NRHM

72. Summary Budget of NRHM Additionalities

73. UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME (UIP)

74. UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME (UIP)

75. UNIVERSAL IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME (UIP)

76. NATIONAL IODINE DEFICIENCY DISORDER CONTROL PROGRAMME Goiter Survey : As per Govt. of India’s norms @ Rs. 50,000/-/ per districts -8(six) districts. Total=Rs 4.00 lakhs Printing of Publicity materials : Total Rs . 3.28 lakhs Awareness Programme : Total Rs. 6.10 lakhs Randomly selected 10 (ten) districts and 2 (two) blocks in each district will be covered, so total 20 (twenty) nos of block will be covered Wall Painting with key messages.Total Rs 5.00 lakhs Street drama through NGO in all districts.Total Rs 9.72 lakhs Radio jingles in assamese, Bengali, boro.Total Rs 7.00 lakhs Establishment Cost : Total Rs 6.01 lakhs Additional Budget Requirement for salt analysis laboratory Total Rs 5.10 lakhs GRAND TOTAL= Rs 46.21

77. INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME (I.D.S.P.) Action Plan of IDSP for 2008-2009 Establishment of 150 PSU. Renovating and functioning of 23 L2 labs at district head quarter. Renovating and functioning of 150 L1 labs at BPHC. Training of Medical officer, lab technician and MPHW. DRRT & SRRT 5x20=100 members. MO 4 batch in each district and each batch having 20 members.4x23=92 batch(1840 members) Lab technician 7 Batch and each batch having 20members .20x7=140 members. MPW 5 batch and each batch having 20 members.5x20=100 members in 12 district. Appointment of Contractual staff. State level sensitization meeting. District level sensitization meeting. Monitoring and quality assurance activities

78. INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME (I.D.S.P.)

79. NATIONAL LEPROSY ERADICATION PROGRAMME (NLEP) Strategies For the Year 2008-09: Integrated Leprosy Services and Special initiatives Disability Prevention and Medical Rehabilitation (DPMR) Community Education (IEC) and Advocacy Efforts Coverage will have to move from high – risk centre to general community. Intensive IEC with target groups will be given more emphasis for removal of social stigma. Urban Leprosy Control Programme in Bongaigaon, Jorhat, North Lakhimpur, Sivasagar, Tezpur, & Tinsukia for the year 2008-09.

80. NATIONAL LEPROSY ERADICATION PROGRAMME (NLEP)

81. NATIONAL PROGRAMME FOR CONTROL OF BLINDNESS (NPCB)

82. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)………MALARIA

83. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)………MALARIA

84. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)………MALARIA

85. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)………FILARIASIS

86. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)………JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS

87. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)……… JAPANESE ENCEPHALITIS

88. NATIONAL VECTOR BORN DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)

89. REVISED NATIONAL TUBERCULOSIS CONTROL PROGRAMME (RNTCP), ASSAM-1 The monies shown would be channelised through RNTCP from Central TB Division and is essentially Soft loan from World Bank.The monies shown would be channelised through RNTCP from Central TB Division and is essentially Soft loan from World Bank.

90. SUMMARY BUDGET

91. THANK YOU

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