Activities of National Rural Health Mission Interventions listed
The institutional strengthening component is sub–divided in following parts
- Physical infrastructure strengthening.
- Human Resource (HR) & Capacity Building.
- Developing management systems.
Physical infrastructure strengthening
- Repairs/ Renovations to existing health institutions.
- Construction of delivery room at sub center level.
- Construction of warehouses for logistics management at Regional Level.
- Provision of Blood Storage facilities at First Referral Units (FRU).
- Developing a center of excellence.
- Establishment of new born care corner at Community Health Center (CHC)/Primary Health Center (PHC).
- Establishment of neo natal intensive care unit.
- Improvement of Pediatric ward at District Hospitals.
- Strengthening of State Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) Society.
- Strengthening of District Reproductive and Child Health (RCH) society.
HR and Capacity Building
Staff benefits/incentives for working in remote/tribal areas
State has identified difficult and tribal areas for providing suitable benefits/ incentives to the staff working in these areas. State already has given consideration for Medical Officers and staff working in tribal and difficult areas. Medical Officers are given preference for In–service Post Graduation, enhanced Non Practicing Allowance (NPA) and choice of posting.
Rewarding the work of health teams and institutions
Ensuring availability of human resources at institutional level
Utilization of existing staff
- Redeployment of DP project staff.
- Block Health Officer Scheme.
Addition of new staff
Appointment of Auxillary Nurse Midwifes (ANM) on contract basis
In some districts ,few sub centers have population more than 10,000,which affects reach of services. At such places additional ANMs are proposed in rural areas.
These areas will be provided with Contractual ANMs.
Supplementation through private specialists
- Contractual Services of Private Gynecologist and Anesthetist.
- Operationalization of First Referral Units (FRU) has been a critical action area.
Considering the need for reduction in Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), state desires to utilize the services of private pediatrician at FRUs where their services are not available.
Strengthening of Public Private Partnership
Reproductive and Child Health (RCH), being a crucial part of public health programmes, Government Of Maharashtra envisages to reach the services to both rural and urban areas. However, the public health services are deficient in most of the urban areas and remote and tribal parts of the state. Hence, Government Of Maharashtra has decided to take concrete steps to overcome these deficiencies through public private partnerships.