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• Janani Suraksha Yojana

Scheme implementation: 18/10/2006
  •     Objectives -
  •          • To reduce child mortality and maternal mortality rates.
  •          • To promote institutional delivery among pregnant women living BPL.
  •     Eligibility -
  •          • Pregnant women should be a member of BPL families.
  •          • Pregnant women belong to SC/ST.
  •     Benefits -
  •          • Rs. 500/- for home delivery.
  •          • Rs. 600/- for institutional delivery

 

• Chiranjivi Yojana

Scheme implementation: 08/09/2006
  •     Objectives -
  •          • To reduce child mortality and maternal mortality rates.
  •          • To promote institutional delivery among pregnant women living BPL.
  •     Eligibility -
  •          • Pregnant women should be a member of BPL families.
  •          • Pregnant women belong to ST but family income is below 1 Lac.
  •     Benefits -
  •         • Free delivery at the private Hospitals by a Gynaecologist Experts.
  •         • A sum of Rs. 2800 is given to the Gynaecologist Experts who attends the delivery and who has done MOU.

 

• Bal Sakha Yojana

Scheme implementation: 22/01/2009
  •     Objectives -
  •         • To Reduce Infant mortality.
  •          • To promote institutional delivery among BPL pregnant women.
  •     Eligibility -
  •          • Pregnant women should be a member of BPL families.
  •          • Pregnant women belong to ST but family income is below 1 Lac.
  •     Benefits -
  •          • Free treatment to the child (below/equal to 1 month) by the Paediatricians who has done MOU.
  •          • A sum of Rs. 1300 is given to the Paediatricians who attends the delivery and who has done MOU.

 

• Dikri Sahay Yojana

Scheme implementation: 01/04/1987
  •     • As Per Govt. project, Rs. 6000/- and Rs. 5000/- N.S.C. is given to the couple who had undergone Sterilization after 1 or 2 daughter.

 

• Mamta Divas (Health and Nutrition Day)

  •     Micro planning for Mamta Divas abhiyaan at 300 Aaganwadi Centres (located in urban slums) is completed in order to improve immunization coverage. Adult and infant weighing machines and baby sorters scales provided at all Aaganwadi Centres so that growth monitoring of all infant and pre-school children can be done effectively.
  •    Micro planning for supervision of Mamta Divas activity has been finalized by ICDS and Health Supervisors for proper monitoring of it.
  •    It includes the following services:
  •          o Registration of ANC, PNC and 0 to 5 years children
  •          o Weight measurement
  •          o Health check up
  •          o Vaccination
  •         o Prophylactic/ Therapeutic drug supplement
  •          o Counseling
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