1.      Name of the Section: Department of Health & Family Welfare Samity

 

2.      Staff/Strength & Present Status:

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Staff Category

Sanctioned

In-Position

Vacancy

1

CMOH

1

1

0

2

Dy. CMOH

3

1

2

3

DPHNO

1

1

0

4

Superintendent

2

2

0

5

DTO

1

1

0

6

ZLO

1

0

1

7

ACMOH

2

2

0

8

BMOH

9

1

8

9

BPHN

9

8

1

10

PHN

11

11

0

11

ANM

344

340

4

12

2nd ANM

344

255

89

 

Financial Data

Name of the Programme

Total Fund Inflow

Cumulative Expenditure Since April 2014

Balance as on 30-09-2014

% of Cumulative Expenditure

RCH

1165.49

 

504.53

660.96

43

Immunization

80.84

 

48.10

32.74

59

NRHM Addl.

458.85

 

200.11

258.74

44

NPCB (EYE)

17.82

 

5.97

11.85

34

NVDCP

52.76

 

15.57

37.20

30

NLEP

4.49

 

3.38

1.10

75

HSDI

43.12

 

0.00

43.12

0

RNTCP

40.68

 

33.55

7.13

82

IDSP

1.27

 

1.13

0.14

89

Samiti

28.48

 

1.07

27.41

4

Total=>

1893.80

 

813.42

1080.38

43

 

1.      Targeted Monitorable Item

From April, 14 to September, 14

 

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Item Description

Physical Target

Physical Achievement

% of Physical Achievement

1

ANC Registration

79244

40996

51.73

2

3rd ANC

79244

31814

40.15

3

BCG

71486

31750

44.41

4

DPT3

71486

33830

47.32

5

OPV3

71486

33827

47.32

6

MEASLES

71486

33165

46.39

7

Fully Immunization

71486

32649

45.67

8

TT (PW)

79244

37237

46.99

9

NSV

1250

36

2.88

10

Tubectomy

7000

1759

25.13

11

IUD

3000

3447

114.90

12

Cataract Surgery

3000

146

4.87

13

Total Delivery

71486

30137

42.16

14

Institutional Delivery

30137

16543

54.89

15

JSY (Home Delivery)

13600

3070

22.57

16

JSY (Institutional Delivery)

18500

3889

21.02

 

 

Non-Targeted Monitorable Item :

January, 2014 to September, 2014

 

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Item Description

Physical Monthly Achievement

Physical Cumulative Achievement

1

Matri-Jan

1971

12067

2

Leprosy Case

71

311

3

Malaria Case

25

134

4

Malaria Death

0

0

5

Dengue

0

0

6

Kal-Azar

0

11

7

Diarrhoea

2319

57268

 

 

 

 

Leprosy (NLEP):

Detection of Leprosy Cases:

·        From OPD Patients

·        Suspected through field survey

·        Through contact survey

Treatment of Leprosy Cases:

·        Medicine at all Govt. Health Institution.

·        Reconstructive surgery (RCS)

·     Supply self care kit, Micro Cellular Rubber Chappal (MCR) & Sunglass.

Tuberculosis (RNTCP)

Detection of Tuberculosis Cases:

·        From OPD Patients

·        Self reported

Treatment of Tuberculosis Cases

·        Directly Observed Treatment Short course (DOTS) - at all Govt. Health Institution.

 

NVBDCP:

Detection of Malaria Cases:

·        Blood slides collection as well as Bivalent Rapid Diagnostic test from the suspected patients from field and all Govt. Health Institution.

Treatment of Malaria Cases

·        Pv cases are treated with Choloroquine and Primaquine tabs whereas Pf Malaria cases are treated with ACT which is available in the age groups. Also the complicated Malaria cases are treated with Inj. Artesunate. Treatment for Malaria can be availed in the District Hospital, Sub-Divisional Hospital, BPHC and PHCs.

 

Detection of Kala-Azar Cases:

·        Rapid Diagnostic test from the suspected patients from field and all Govt. Health Institution.

 

Treatment of Kala-Azar Cases

·        Miltefosine Tablets (28 days course for VL cases and 84 days course for PKDL cases).

Detection of Dengue Cases:

·        ELISA test in Raiganj District Hospital from suspected patients.

 

Treatment of Dengue Cases

·        No specific treatment is there for Dengue, only symptomatic treatment is provided to the affected patients

Detection of Japanese Encephalitis Cases:

·        ELISA test in North Bengal Medical College and Hospital with the blood sample collected from suspected patients.

 

Treatment of Japanese Encephalitis Cases

·        No specific treatment is there for JE, only symptomatic treatment is provided to the affected patients

 

 

 

 

 

 

Chikungunya: Uttar Dinajpur District is not affected with this disease.

Lymphatic Filariasis: Uttar Dinajpur District is not affected with this disease.

The diseases are spread by mainly mosquitoes and flies (Sand Fly). To control the vectors DDT is sprayed in the households twice in a year. IEC is being provided regarding personal hygiene, cleaning of stagnant water to control the breeding of vectors.

Rastriyo Bal Swasthya Karyakram (RBSK) & Adolescent Reproductive & Sexual Health (ARSH) under National Health Mission (NHM):

Components of the Programme which have been implemented jointly by the department of H&FW, School Education & ICDS:

1.    SISHU SATHI SCHEME for free of cost Cardiac Surgery and Cleft lip/Palate for children of age group 0-18 years irrespective of APL/BPL/Caste.

2.    Weekly Iron Folic Acid Supplementary (WIFS) Programme & Bi-annual De-worming with Albendazole to combat  Nutritional Anemia :

·        2 IFA Capsules Once in a Week for the School Students of Class VI to XII.

·        2 IFA Capsules Once in a Week for the Out of School Adolescent Girls’ (11 to 18 years) of Angan Wadi Centre.

3.    School Health Screening Programme for Boys’ & Girls’: Mobile Medical Teams are screening the Schools Students and Children of Angan Wadi Centres for treatment and referral of 4-Ds i.e., Defects at birth, Diseases, Deficiencies and Developmental Delays including Disabilities yearly.

4.    Adolescent Friendly Health Clinic (AFHC) at District Hospital and ARSH / Anwesha Clinic at BPHC/RH: Providing free Counselling Services to the Adolescents.

5.    Menstrual Hygiene Programme (Supply of Sanitary Napkins to adolescent girls at a subsidized rate): Yet to be launched.

 

 

Janani Suraksha Yojona(JSY)

It constituted Institutional delivery and Home Delivery providing cash assistance.

a)    In Case of Institutional Delivery: (for rural mother-Rs. 1000/- and for urban mother-Rs. 900/-) to the pregnant women belongs to BPL/SC/ST families.

b)    In Case of Home Delivery: (for rural mother-Rs. 500/- to the pregnant women belongs to BPL families only and completing 3ANC.

 

Janani Sishu Suraksha Karyakram(JSSK)

A.   Entitlements for pregnant women and post natal mother up to 42 days after delivery:.

·        Free & zero expense delivery and caesarean section.

·        Free provision of blood, drugs and consumables.

·        Free essential diagnostics (blood, urine test & USG).

·        Free diet during stay in health institution (up to 3 days for normal delivery & 7 days for CS).

·        Free referral transport from home to institution & vice versa.

·        Exemption from all kinds of user charges.

 

B.   Entitlements for Sick Newborns(0-1 Yr):

·        Free & zero expense treatment.

·        Free provision of blood, drugs and consumables.

·        Free diagnostics.

·        Free referral transport from home to institution & vice versa.

·        Exemption from all kinds of user charges.