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THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN INDIA Mala Rao Director, Indian Institute of Public Health Hyderabad 23 September, 2008 More a continent than a single country 35 states and union territories significantly larger than European countries 1600 dialects

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THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN INDIA

Mala Rao

Director,

Indian Institute of Public Health

Hyderabad

23 September, 2008


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More a continent than a single country

35 states and union territories significantly larger than European countries

1600 dialects

Rich blend of cultures, traditions, religions

Remains a vibrant democracy with a highly sophisticated and visionary government.

Ambitious, “Can Do” attitude reflected in Eleventh Five Year Plan 2007-2012.

INDIA TODAY


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Very Rich

Levels of rising “overnutrition”

World class academies and institutes.

World class health care facilities and booming health tourism

Women with education, power and influence

A third of the world’s poor, nearly 400million living on less than $1/day

46% of children malnourished

Highest number of illiterate people in the world

Maternal mortality rate of 301/100,000 live births and the infant mortality rate of 57/1000 live births.

Sex ratio of 933 females/1000 males

ALSO A LAND OF IMMENSE CONTRASTS

Source: 1) Sample Registration System 2003- Annual Report, Office of the Registrar General, India

2) census of India 2001

3) Department of International Development (DFID)

Department for international develpoment.


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INDIA IS ON THE MOVE……

Strategies which will improve public health include:

  • Community empowerment

    • Panchayat Raj Institutions as delivery mechanisms.

    • Indian Legislative Support for women.

    • Self-Help groups.

  • Directly Targeted Poverty Reduction Programmes include:

    • National Rural Employment Guarantee Act.

    • Rural Housing Programme.

    • Safe Water and Sanitation.

    • Electricity, Telephone, and Broadband Connectivity.

    • All weather road connections.


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EDUCATION

Targeted schemes include:

  • Midday Meal Scheme vastly extended as a means to increase enrollment and reduce dropout.

  • Increasing Girls Only Schools especially in rural areas.

  • Improving adult literacy.

  • Improving the school infrastructure and quality of teachers.


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HEALTH

  • National Rural Health Mission launched 2005.

  • Integrated Child Development Services Scheme - cares for mothers, children and adolescent girls.

  • National Health Programs

    - National TB Control Program, National Blindness Control Program etc..

  • Reproductive and Child Health (RCH)

  • Rajiv Aarogyasri Community Health Insurance Scheme.


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INDIA WINS A GOLD MEDAL AT THE OLYMPICS!!

AbhinavBindra


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Mortality in India

Death and DALY Estimates by Cause, 2002

http://www.who.int/whosis/mort/profiles/mort_searo_ind_india.pdf


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URBANISATION & GLOBALISATION Increasing challenges of:

  • Urban slums, poor access to water and sanitation

  • Urban housing

  • Transport

  • New stress of working in Call Centres and IT

  • Fast Food


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IT Helping India leapfrog into 21st century Health and Social care

  • EMRI (Emergency Management and Research Institute)

  • HMRI (Health Management and Research Institute)

  • Social Audit (NREGA)

  • Rajiv Aarogyasri Community Health Insurance Scheme


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CLIMATE CHANGE Puts everything at risk….

www.careclimatechnage.org/files/maps_all_hazards_popdenisty_world.jpg


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A comparison of India’s per capita GHG emissions with some other countries.(2004)

SOURCE: National Action Plan On Climate Change., Government Of India, 2008.


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HOW THE RSPH MIGHT HELP

  • Sanitation, water, engineering skills and capacity building.

  • Food Safety.

  • Experience of Accreditation.

  • Building global awareness

  • to address climate change.


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