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Big announcement for village-to-village health services

Jhansi A big announcement has been made for village health services. Posters are now being put in vehicles of the National Child Health Program (RBSK) to let people know that the RBSK team has arrived in the village and that people can take advantage of the scheme at the most. Teams associated with the program were trained about this.
Eight blocks and sixteen vehicles.
Dr. Rambabu, DEIC manager of National Child Health Program, said that there are two teams in eight blocks of the district and they have a total of 16 vehicles. Many times the team used to go to the village and come back after visiting the school, people could not even know that the team had come to their village. So, to make people aware, on the instructions of National Health Mission Director Pankaj Kumar, all the 16 vehicles associated with the campaign have been put on both sides. Also a banner was placed in front of the car, While the other will remain behind the car. The banner behind the car will be placed at the school or anganwadi center or any public place where the event will take place. He said that the members of all the teams have been instructed to ensure that wherever they go, more and more people come for screening of their children. Explain to the parents that under the scheme, the government provides 38 types of diseases related to congenital defects of children up to 19 years. Not only this, if a child is to be sent for treatment, then he is also treated free of cost at government expenses. Health department teams reach schools and Anganwadi centers to check children, they should take advantage of this.
What is National Child Health Program?
The National Child Health Program focuses on the four D's of all children from zero to 19 years of age, including defect at birth, disability, disease, developmental disease including disability, ie any type of disorder, disease, deficiency and disability. 38 diseases have been identified in it. DIEC managers say that children have been screened at 1288 schools and anganwadi centers from April 2019 to July 2019. It screened 63,212 children. During the investigation 2779 sick children were identified, out of which 1322 children were treated on the spot and 1457 children were referred. Of the referred children, 1191 have been treated so far.