Hkkx & 1 - Ministry of Women and Child Development

Report
Good practices Chhattisgarh
22/11/2013
Bengaluru Workshop
Innovation
Wajan Tyohar
2
Wajan Tyohar
(Weighing Festival)
Inaugurated by CM on 5 June 2012
•Developing environment to fight against malnutrition.
•Empowering community with knowledge on
malnutrition and malnutrition status.
•To know correct status of malnutrition in state to plan
fight against it and to know the result of efforts.
•To know the status of under 5 disable children
Wajan Tyohar- Objectives
(Weighing Festival- 2012 and 2013)
• Same day weighing of all the children
on Wajan Tyohar Day.
• Entering the data in softwarewcdchhattisgarh.co.in/a
• Generating reports and using it.
4
Wajan Tyohar 2012 - District Wise Mal Status of all 0-5 years age children (Provisional- Interim )
S.No.
District Name
No of AWC
Sanctioned
No of AWC
Operational
normal
children
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Balod
BalodaBazar
Balrampur
Bastar
Bemetara
Bijapur
BILASPUR
Dantewada
Dhamtari
Durg
Gariyaband
Janjgir-Champa
Jashpur
Kanker
Kawardha
Kondagaon
Korba
Koriya
Mahasamund
Mungeli
Narayanpur
RAIGARH1
RAIPUR
Rajnandgaon
Sarguja
Sukma
Surajpur
State
1409
1677
1647
1849
1029
1108
2667
993
1007
1461
1167
1979
2946
1870
1578
1445
2265
1357
1530
1014
372
2680
1828
2463
1747
915
1760
43763
1390
1655
1647
1841
1029
1046
2667
992
1007
1461
1166
1979
2903
1863
1545
1444
2265
1357
1530
1014
372
2674
1825
2429
1747
825
1760
43433
30620
53668
50979
41980
36013
13471
108039
13755
33862
54147
27311
87315
46202
30496
44110
24437
63176
32856
48684
40556
6848
63206
75573
57995
47028
9395
49451
1191173
Modrate
Severely
malnourished malnourished
17968
25137
22530
22549
17177
5281
45211
6046
19465
25299
15789
32087
22404
15785
20791
16587
25342
12646
28669
18959
3555
31717
36557
33581
20246
3347
19468
564193
6551
12091
12227
12201
8422
4720
20288
4543
7371
9340
7501
12665
9950
6773
9717
10192
10256
5493
12498
8885
2066
12254
13708
15874
11101
3607
9976
260270
Total
children
Mal %
Severe
mal %
55139
90896
85736
76730
61612
23472
173538
24344
60698
88786
50601
132067
78556
53054
74618
51216
98774
50995
89851
68400
12469
107177
125838
107450
78375
16349
78895
2015636
44.47
40.96
40.54
45.29
41.55
42.61
37.74
43.50
44.21
39.01
46.03
33.89
41.19
42.52
40.89
52.29
36.04
35.57
45.82
40.71
45.08
41.03
39.94
46.03
40.00
42.53
37.32
40.90
11.88
13.30
14.26
15.90
13.67
20.11
11.69
18.66
12.14
10.52
14.82
9.59
12.67
12.77
13.02
19.90
10.38
10.77
13.91
12.99
16.57
11.43
10.89
14.77
14.16
22.06
12.64
5
12.91
Wajan Tyohar 2013 - District Wise Mal Status of all 0-5 years age children(Provisional- Interim )
S.No.
District Name
No of AWC
Sanctioned
No of AWC
Operational
normal
children
Modrate
malnourished
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
Balod
BalodaBazar
Balrampur
Bastar
Bemetara
Bijapur
BILASPUR
Dantewada
Dhamtari
Durg
Gariyaband
Janjgir-Champa
Jashpur
Kanker
Kawardha
Kondagaon
Korba
Koriya
Mahasamund
Mungeli
Narayanpur
RAIGARH
RAIPUR
Rajnandgaon
Sarguja
Sukma
Surajpur
State
1409
1677
1647
1849
1029
1108
2667
993
1007
1461
1167
1979
2946
1870
1578
1445
2265
1357
1530
1014
372
2680
1828
2463
1747
915
1760
43763
1390
1655
1647
1841
1029
1046
2667
992
1007
1461
1166
1979
2903
1863
1545
1444
2265
1357
1530
1014
372
2674
1825
2429
1747
825
1760
43433
33788
66351
54352
40808
37060
11923
108583
12906
35862
56866
27403
71735
46825
29218
53261
27298
60752
32224
50173
39851
3973
61661
81026
72213
56834
14674
48926
1236546
17522
25567
21549
19630
14117
4428
42208
5408
17469
22626
13123
24391
19833
14009
21700
14388
23173
11102
24730
16215
2113
25758
33918
35898
18112
4061
17714
510762
Severely
Total childre Mal %
malnourished
6191
12957
10889
10037
5673
3370
16641
4423
6618
7437
5952
10696
8128
5372
8231
7723
9429
4828
9639
6956
1101
11702
11390
15587
9726
3022
8911
222629
57501
104875
86790
70475
56850
19721
167432
22737
59949
86929
46478
106822
74786
48599
83192
49409
93354
48154
84542
63022
7187
99121
126334
123698
84672
21757
75551
1969937
41.24
36.73
37.38
42.10
34.81
39.54
35.15
43.24
40.18
34.58
41.04
32.85
37.39
39.88
35.98
44.75
34.92
33.08
40.65
36.77
44.72
37.79
35.86
41.62
32.88
32.56
35.24
37.23
Sever
mal %
10.77
12.35
12.55
14.24
9.98
17.09
9.94
19.45
11.04
8.56
12.81
10.01
10.87
11.05
9.89
15.63
10.10
10.03
11.40
11.04
15.32
11.81
9.02
12.60
11.49
13.89
11.79
11.30
State
12.91
Surajpur
12.64
37.32
22.06
Sukma
42.53
14.16
Sarguja
40
14.77
Rajnandgaon
46.03
10.89
RAIPUR
39.94
11.43
RAIGARH1
41.03
16.57
Narayanpur
45.08
12.99
Mungeli
40.71
13.91
Mahasamund
45.82
10.77
Koriya
35.57
10.38
Korba
36.04
19.9
Kondagaon
Kawardha
13.02
Kanker
12.77
Jashpur
12.67
52.29
40.89
Severe mal %
42.52
Mal %
41.19
9.59
Janjgir-Champa
33.89
14.82
Gariyaband
46.03
10.52
Durg
39.01
12.14
Dhamtari
44.21
18.66
Dantewada
43.5
11.69
BILASPUR
37.74
20.11
Bijapur
42.61
13.67
Bemetara
41.55
15.9
Bastar
45.29
14.26
Balrampur
40.54
13.3
BalodaBazar
40.96
11.88
Balod
0
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Wajan
Tyohar
2013 District
Wise Mal
Status of
all 0-5
years age
children(
Provision
alInterim )
40.9
44.47
20
30
40
50
60
7
Wajan Tyohar 2012 and 2013
Comparison of provisional (Interim) data as on 31st Oct 2013
50%
47%
40. 9%
45%
37.27%
40%
3.63
%
drop
in 1
year
35%
6
year
s- 1%
drop
each
year
30%
25%
20%
15%
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend NFHS III
2005-06
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend Wajan
Tyohar 2012
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend Wajan
Tyohar 2013
10%
5%
0%
NFHS III 2005-06
Wajan Tyohar 2012
Wajan Tyohar 2013
Chhattisgarh Malnutrition rate trend
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Wajan Tyohar- Objectives
(Weighing Festival- 2012 and 2013)
mn~ns';
• Developing environment to fight against malnutrition.
• Empowering
community
with
knowledge
on
malnutrition and malnutrition status.
• To know correct status of malnutrition in state to plan
fight against it and to know the result of efforts.
• To know the status of under 5 disable children
9
Wajan Tyohar
(Weighing Festival)
Process
•Same day weighing of all the children on Wajan Tyohar
Day.
•Entering the data in software- wcdchhattisgarh.co.in/a
•Generating reports and using it.
10
Wajan Tyohar 2012 and 2013
50%
47%
41.70%
45%
38.31%
40%
6
year
s1%
drop
each
30%
25%
20%
15%
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend NFHS III
2005-06
3.41
%
drop
in 1
year
35%
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend Wajan
Tyohar 2012
Chhattisgarh
Malnutrition rate
trend Wajan
Tyohar 2013
10%
5%
0%
NFHS III 2005-06
Wajan Tyohar 2012
Wajan Tyohar 2013
Chhattisgarh Malnutrition rate trend
Malnutrition 3.41% drop in one year 6 June 2012 to 6 June
2013
Wajan Tyohar- Disability survey
Code
1
2
3
4
5
Disability LV
T
B
H
I
SI OI
6
7
8
9
CP MR MD LD
10
ASD
11
DB
12
Norma Total
l
June
2012
47222 1255 783 536
2521
108
385
863
208
1129
2011
1959751
2016772
84
30
36
62
94
8103
3871
1932087
1990421
June
2013
42493 3283 36
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Nawa Jatan
Community Based Management of Malnourish Children
Why we need
malnutrition
reduction
effort in
Chhattisgarh?
Current Scinario- Malnutrition
-
State
NFHS III ( 2005-06)
Rank
India
Sikkim
Meghalay
Manipur
Keral
Madhya
Pradesh
42-5 %
19-7 %
19-9 %
22-1 %
22-9 %
60 %
1
2
3
4
29
Chhattisgarh
47-1 %
25
Current scenario - Chhattisgarh
Currently 52 NRCs in state- which can rehabilitate
app 4000 SAM children in a year.
NFHS III ( 2005-06)- Chhattisgarh
• In state 71% children are anemic.
• Timely initiation of Complementary feeding =50%
• Percentage of the children correctly receiving
complimentary feeding as per IYCF= 26.5%
• Children those receiving IFA= 3.1 %
• Children receiving de-worming tablet= 6.7%
Nawa Jatan - Objectives
1. Empowering community with essential knowledge
to fight against malnutrition.
2-To reduce malnutrition
by community , for
community.
3. To ensure inter-sectoral convergence especially on
fight against malnutrition.
4. To ensure quality growth monitoring and soft ware
based tracking.
5. To ensure capacity building of community and
system
17
Nawa Jatan – Key Strategies
Malnutrition
eradication through
Psycho-social
Behavioral change
Focus on key
InterventionsCommunity
based
management of
malnourish
children
Time bound and
result oriented
program
Selecting high burden Gram
Panchayats i.e. Gram
Panchayts which has got
maximum number of
malnourished children
Baseline and
endline survey
through external
agencies
Implementation
by local
communityWomen Self
Help Groups,
NGOs,
community
volunteers(Supo
shan Mitra)
Nawa Jatan – Key Strategies
Result based
payment process
System level
quality support
at all levels
One tier training of
all government and
non - government
functionaries to
minimize
transmission loss
No purchase
&
infrastructure
development
Online software based
data entry and
monitoring
Targeting all moderate
and severe malnourished
children in selected Gram
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Panchayats
Nawa Jatan – Key Strategies
• Training of following categories on Community
Based Management of Malnourish Children
through state level training team • Aanganwadi Workers
Direct training to
• Supervisors/CDPOs
all- ensuring zero
• NGOs
training loss
• PRI members
• Community Volunteers- Suposhan Mitra
• Women Self help groups members.
• Facilitation of family level training of
children parents/ care takers
20
Nawa Jatan – Key Interventions
Community based
management of
malnourish children
•Management at Family level
•Management at AWC level
•Management of all nutrition related program/schemes
•Support/involvement of local community members/institutions
•Use of local nutritional food items
•Continuous growth monitoring
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Nawa Jatan – Key Interventions
Community based management of malnourish children
Nutrient dense balanced diets and macro/micronutrients in
balanced diets.• Appropriate child care practices, with special
focus on 1. Locally available foods and 2. Proper and correct
use of ready to eat(RTE food ) nutritional supplement from
Aanganwadi Centre. Their roles also included ensuring
provision and consumption of locally available, nutrient
dense, culturally appropriate foods to the under-weight
children • To ensure the immunization, IFA, Vit A and deworming tablets to all the targeted malnourished children.
• Referral of children for medical opinion, treatment under
Mukhyamantri Bal Sandarbh Yojana, and ensuring the
services of NRC, if required.
22
Nawa Jatan First round Targeting
(Preparatory phase March 2012 to May 12, Implementation – 1 June to
Feb 13, Evaluation – March 13)
S.No
Gram
Panchayats
Districts
Targeted
children
Base line
survey
Endline
survey
1
184
21
17277
UNICEF
UNICEF
2392
Wajan
Tyohar
UNICEF
2660
Wajan
Tyohar
UNICEF
22329
UNICEF/
Wajan
Tyohar
2
3
Total
23
133
340
3
1
24
UNICEF
23
Nawa Jatan First round
Total target
Total
Total AWCs
selected
Gram
Panchayats
22329
340
1194
Total
sectors
Total
projects
218
81
Target of
community
volunteers
Target of WSHGs
Target of NGOs
3640
5423
13266
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Nawa Jatan First round- Result
S.No. and
Rank
District
Final target in
end line
evaluation
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Dantewada
J-Champa
Kabirdham
Baster
Mungeli
Kondagaon
Korba
Bemetara
Sarguja
Bilaspur
Balrampur
Garaiyaband
679
191
888
393
122
2801
1032
840
957
1360
562
1220
Children
% of children
No of children
remained with improved to
improved to
malnutrition normal status
normal status
status
377
100
436
183
53
1204
427
305
339
472
185
399
302
91
452
210
69
1597
605
535
618
888
377
821
55.52
52.36
49.10
46.56
43.44
42.98
41.38
36.31
35.42
34.71
32.92
32.7025
Nawa Jatan First round- Result
No of
Children
% of
Final target children
remained
children
S.No. and
District
in end line improved to
with
improved to
Rank
evaluation
normal malnutrition normal
status
status
status
Raigarh
13
603
195
408
32.34
Narainpur
14
229
71
158
31.00
Baloda Bazar
15
174
51
123
29.31
Raipur
16
1763
510
1253
28.93
Koriya
17
391
113
278
28.90
Durg
18
1477
425
1052
28.77
Rajnandgaon
19
1877
531
1346
28.29
Kanker
20
256
71
185
27.73
Jashpur
21
565
148
417
26.19
Mahasamund
22
648
169
479
26.08
Dhamtari
23
603
157
446
26.04
Balod
24
450
116
334
25.78
State
25
20081
7036
12997
35.12 26
Nawa Jatan First round- Result
Base line status (May
2012)
End line result (March
2013)
No of moderate
No of
No of
No of
Normal
underweight
Severely
Severely
moderate
children
underweight children underweight underweight
children
children
children
12784
7246
7036
3910
9084
27
Nawa Jatan First round- Result
25000
20030
20000
15000
12784
9084
10000
7246
7036
5000
3910
0
Targeted Moderate
children children
Endline status
Severe
children
Normal
status
Moderate
level
Result
Severe
status
Nawa Jatan First round- Result
Name of 14 Gram Panchayts, achieving MDG
S.No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Gram Panchayat
Indori
Parsa
Kasturpal
Dashrangpur
Balud
Khamhria
Belar
Damgarh
Utai
Hardua
Dullapur
Bamhani
Nariyara
Kishungarh
% of normal children
69.94
70.13
70.95
71.05
71.93
72.33
72.41
73.44
74.37
75.76
77.78
77.84
79.98
81.16
29
Nawa Jatan First round Result
Mukhyamantri Bal Sandarbh Yojana
No. Of children
100000
28910
34247
15318
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
Nawa Jatan 2012&13
Initiation
30
Nawa Jatan First round
Result- Rehabilitation of
SAM children
4500
4200
4000
3500
3000
2500
NRC admission 2011-12
2000
NRC admission 2012-13
1500
Nawa Jatan 2012-13
Initiation
1000
500
260
0
2011-12
2012-13
NRC admission
Nawa Jatan First round
Expenditure
• Only in training and publication head.
• Year wise expenditure
Year
2011-12(Preparatory phase)
2012-13(Implementation and
evaluation)
Expenditure
2-00 Cr
1-90 Cr
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Recognition
CDPOs
Nawa Jatan First round- Media
GOI
appritaited
the Vajan
Tyohar and
Nawa Jatan
initiative of
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invited for the
presentation
at national
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Nawa Jatan First round- UNICEF appritiation
Nawa Jatan program
interventions are
Innovative,
Interesting and
Promising.
Ms Carrie Auer,Chief of Field
Services , India Country Office
UNICEF
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Nawa Jatan Second round 2013-14
Second round
573 High burden Gram
Panchayats
(Those GPs where the no
of malnourished children
where maximum has
been selected in all
dsdricts)
Targeting 42438
malnourish children
(all 0 to 42 month
Moderate and Severe
malnourished children)
37
Nawa Jatan Second round 2013-14
Started on 1 Aug 2013
S.
N
o
1
Total
Total mal
Total
selected
children
Districts
Gram
targeted
Panchayat
27
573
42738
No of
No of No of
Suposhan
WSHGs NGO
Mitra
2235
975
2
Second round started on 1
August 2013
38
Focusing Gram Panchayats under Nawa Jatan in
LWE districts
S.N
o
1
2
3
Nawa Jatan First round
(1 June 2012 to March 2013)
Nawa Jatan Second round
(1 Aug 2013to 31 January 2014)
Selected GPs
(Sukama/Surajpur
/Bijapur - Nil)
Targeted malnourished
children (all LWE
district selected)
Selected GPs
Targeted
malnourished
children
228
9912
347
42438
(out of total 340 Gram
Panchayats)
(out of total 20033
children)
(out of total 573 Gram
Panchayats)
(out of total 20033
children)
Result
3657 (37 %) children
achieved normal
status
This round is ongoing
IN 2014-15, NJ third round 1000 GPs and 80000 to 1 lac malnourished children will
be targeted, In LWE district preference will be given to more GPs
39
25000
23437
20000
15000
10000
9912
Targeted malnourished
children (all LWE district
selected)
Targeted malnourished
children
5000
Focusing Gram
Panchayats
under Nawa
Jatan in LWE
districts
0
Targeted malnourished Targeted malnourished
children (all LWE district
children
selected)
400
350
300
250
200
150
100
50
0
347
228
Nawa Jatan First round (1
June 2012 to March 2013)
Selected GPs
(Sukama/Surajpur /Bijapur
- Nil)
Selected GPs
(Sukama/Surajpur
/Bijapur - Nil)
Selected GPs
(1 June 2012 to March
2013)
(1 Aug 2013to 31
January 2014)
Nawa Jatan First round Nawa Jatan Second
round
Nawa Jatan Second round
(1 Aug 2013to 31 January
2014) Selected GPs
40
Mukhya Mantri Bal Sandarbha Yojna
• A special referral drive under the state sponsored
Chief Minister Bal Sandarbh Yojana, in which
specially identified severely malnourished
children by AWW at AWCs are referred to CHCs
on fixed two days in a month for each block,
where the special hired doctor perform health
checkup of the referred children and give
medicines advice. In 2011-12 more than 28000
severely malnourished children received benefit
under the scheme.
• Components of Mukhya Mantri Bal Sandharbha Yojna
Component
Provision
Organization of referral days
2 Days / Project
Medical check up of Severe Malnourished children
@ 300 rupees/ child
Consultation of private pediatrician
@ 1500 / day
Medical Camps
@ 1500-2000/ camp
Medication of SAM
@ 500/ Child
SNP 1/5
Supplementary Nutrition
• Nutrition for 3 to 6 years old Children:
 Breakfast- According to fixed weekly menu- RTE,
boiled and sprouted Bengal gram with jaggery,
peanuts and jaggery
 Hot cook meal- Rice, Dal and Vegetable
 Double fortified salt
• Nutrition for underweight 3 to 6 years children:
Additional RTE along with above mentioned menu
item
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SNP 2/5
Supplementary Nutrition
• Nutrition for 6 months to 3 year children and
pregnant and lactating mothers:
Ready to eat
Murra Laddu
Double fortified salt
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SNP 3/5
State additional share
• As per ICDS Strengthening and Restructuring SNP
norms have been revised but in phased manner and
out of 27 districts only 17 high burden districts were
covered in the year 2013-14.
• State decided to universalize these revised norms
throughout the state, and state will bear the additional
8000 lakh rupees for the year 2013-14.
SNP SHG model
• In Chhattisgarh we are providing RTE and Hot
cook meal as follows –
• Ready to eat by 1489 SHGs
• Hot cook meal by 18600 SHG, 500 Gram
Panchayat
• 100% AWCs covered (No contractor system)
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SNP 4/5
Ingredients for 100gm Ready to Eat
S.no Ingredients
Amount
(In grams)
Protein
(In grams)
Calories
(Kcal)
1
Wheat
55
6.49
190.30
2
Soybean
5
2.16
21.60
3
Gram
15
2.56
54.00
4
Sugar
22
-
88.00
5
Soybean oil
3
-
27.00
100
11-21
380.90
Total
Breakfast- Fixed weekly menu- RTE, boiled and sprouted Bengal gram
with jaggery, peanuts and jaggery
Hot Cooked Meal
S.no
Ingredients
Amount
(In grams)
65
Protein
(In grams)
4-42
Calories
(Kcal)
224-25
1
Rice
2
Mix Dal
15
3-67
52-20
3
Soybean oil
5
0-00
45-00
4
Vegetable and spices
20
0-16
5-00
Total
105
8-25
326-45
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SNP 5/5
Supplementary Nutrition Financial and Nutritive Norms
S
.
1
2
3
4
Beneficiary
6 month to 3
years normal
child RTE
6 month to 3
years
malnourished
RTE
3 to 6 years
normal child
HCF+Snacks
3 to 6 years
malnourished
child
HCF+Snacks
Financial norms per
benf. Per day
GOI
State
#- 6-00
:- 5-69
#- 9-00
:- 7-96
:- 6-00
:- 5-81
Supplementary
nutrition provided
(per day for 6 days)
:- 8-34
GOI
State
Ready to eat 135 gm,
Murra laddu 30 gm
Protein 12&15
≥ 16-31 gm 620-40
DFS/month/Kg
RTE 211 gm , Murra
Laddu
30
gm,
DFS/month/kg
DFS/month/Kg
Breakfast 54 gm
500 K. Cal.
Protein 20&25 gm
800 K. Cal.
≥ 24-83 gm
≥ 909-80 K.Cal.
Protein 12&15 gm
500 K. Cal.
≥ 14-56 gm
≥ 544-19 K.Cal.
DFS/month/Kg
Breakfast 54 gm Hot
cooked meal 105 gm
Protein 20&25 gm
800 K. Cal.
≥ 24-09 gm
≥ 867-95 K.Cal.
Hot cooked meal
105 gm
:- 9-00
Nutrition Norms
gm
85 gm THR,
K. Cal.
DFS/month/kg
5
Pregnant and
Lactating
Women RTE
:- 7-00
:- 5-92
RTE 165 gm, Murra
Laddu 30 gm,
DFS/month/kg
Protein 18&20 gm
600 K. Cal.
≥ 19-67 gm
≥ 734-60K. Cal.
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e-Governance Initiative …..
e-Docket…..
Document Sharing & e-Library
Why…????????
 Circulars/Orders do not reach the field units on time or
go missing or are deliberately reported missing for
malafide reasons.
 On analysis it was discovered that even after timely
release nearly 5% of annual budget do not reach to the
field on time– leading to “auto surrender” in March
 No Record/Library/Archive of departmental circulars.
 Fax +Postage + Labour = cost escalates every year.
 Fax even after postage – multiplies cost and labour
 Logger head situation – during Vidhan Sabha.
 No acknowledgement for receiving by post - both the
ends – No disciplinary action can be taken for
dormancy.
Concept…..

 Docket - of all inward & outward mails.
 Library - easy for reference – any time - 24x7
 Speed - In 3 seconds, 27 districts get the information
{ 3 sec. v/s 3 days (postage) }
 iCloud - use of latest technology.
 Cost - 7 times less than conventional method
{Rs 5 (stamp) x Rs .50 (envelop) x Rs 01 (labour) }
{ Rs 6.50 + Rs 2 for fax } = Rs 8.50/Rs 8.50 v/s Rs 1.50 ( print copy)
Screen Shot
Usage benefit….
 No Duplication of work - long Excel and Word files are
sought in pdf or jpg
formats.
 SMS – instant mobile alert.
 Prop-up alert on computer screen.
 Notice board + Important Msg – On Screen.
 Cost cut down drastically.
 Now we can know who has seen and taken print out of the
material sent. They cannot evade responsibilities.
Now DPOs are demanding its implementation upto block
level
DPO
now
demanding
-
making
it
Cost Benefit Analysis
 Started on 1st of September 2012.
 On December 2012 – 5 GB data got uploaded - 7000
documents were on cloud.
 10,000 SMS were utilised in just 4 months.
 15 GB data has been uploaded till date.
CBA


7000 documents x Rs 6.50 conventional cost – 7000
documents x Rs 1.50/- print out cost = Rs. 35,000/savings in four months
Cost of Software Rs 25,000/-
Savings of Rs 35000 in period of 4 months
Plan…..
Phase - II
 Extension up to block level.
 First virtual directorate – on Cloud backup SDC Synchronization
Phase - III
• e-File Management – Oracle CMD – CHiPS
Pre School Education
• PSE activity book prepared
• PSE curriculum developed
• UDAAN Kit
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Others
• Own AWCs buildings
• CDPO block offices, DPO offices, Supervisors
sector offices
• Mobility support by providing bicycle to
AWWs
• Uniform to AWC children
• Essential equipments provided to AWCs by
state funds
• Model AWCs development

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