Referral Services And Health Education

1400 WordsJul 24, 20166 Pages
Children (3-6 Yrs) • Immunisation • Health Check-up’s • Deworming • Minor illness treatment • Referral Services • Supplementary Feeding • Growth Monitoring • Early Childhood Day Care • Pre-School Education • Nutrition and Health Education Adolescent Girls (11-18 Yrs) • Health Check-up’s • Deworming • Referral Services • Take Home Ratio’s. • Non-Formal Education, focus on vocational and home based • Nutrition and Health Education Pregnant Women • Immunisation • Health Check-up’s • Referral Services • Take Home Ratio’s. • Nutrition and Health Education Nursing Mothers • Immunisation • Health Check-up’s • Referral Services • Take Home Ratio’s. • Nutrition and Health Education All Women (15-45 Yrs) None None • Nutrition and Health Education Source: Evaluation Study on ICDS, Planning Commission, PEO Report No. 218. The activities of ICDS programmes are monitored and evaluated by Department of Women and Child welfare, different activities are initiated to address the needs of the people and to control the sprouting water borne virus and diseases effecting and affecting the welfare of women and child. Women and child protection is crucial and to eradicate the diseases which are acting like bottle neck in the development of women and child health. The main focus points identified to eradicate the women and child problems were Education, Awareness, Programme Implementation. Inclusion of ASHA workers and supply of nutrition food from prenatal stage were crucial steps taken
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