*Chamba Himachal Pradesh

The Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra was launched by the Hon’ble Prime Minister on November 15 from Khunti, Jharkhand to saturate the benefits of Central government schemes across the nation. 

As a part of On-Spot services under the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Health Camps are being organized at the places of halt of the IEC Van in the Gram Panchayats

As on 26 November 2023, 5,470 Health camps have been conducted in 995 Gram Panchayats reporting a total footfall of more than 7,82,000

The following are the list of activities being carried out in the Health camps:

Ayushman Bharat - Pradhan Mantri Jan Arogya Yojna (AB-PMJAY): Under the flagship scheme of MoHFW for the Viksit Bharat Sankalp Yatra, Ayushman cards are being created using the Ayushman app and physical cards are being distributed to the beneficiaries. 

By the end of twelfth day, more than 9,35,970 Ayushman cards were created at the camps and more than 1,07,000 physical cards were distributed.

Tuberculosis (TB): Screening of patients for TB is being carried out for symptoms, sputum testing, and by using NAAT machines wherever available. Case suspected to have TB are referred to higher facilities. By the end of twelfth day, more than 1,95,000 people have been screened out of which more than 19,500 were referred to higher Public Health Facilities.

Under Pradhan Mantri TB Mukt Bharat Abhiyan (PMTBMA), consent is being taken for patients suffering from TB for receiving assistance from Nikshay Mitras. Attendees willing to be Nikshay Mitras are also being provided on-spot registration. By the end of twelfth day, more than 11,500 patients gave consent under PMTBMBA and more than 5,500 new Nikshay Mitras were registered

Under Nikshay Poshan Yojna (NPY), monetary assistance is provided to TB patients through Direct benefit Transfer. For this purpose, details of bank account of the pending beneficiaries are being collected and accounts are being Aadhaar seeded. By the end of twelfth day, details of 3,371 such beneficiaries were collected.

Sickle Cell Disease: In areas with predominant Tribal population, screening of eligible population (upto 40 years of age) is being done for the detection of Sickle Cell Disease (SCD) through the Point of Care (PoC) tests for SCD or through Solubility Test. Cases testing positive are being referred to higher centers for management. By the end of twelfth day, more than 54,750 people were screened, out of which 2,930 were found to be positive and referred to higher public health facilities.

Non Communicable Diseases (NCDs): Screening of eligible population (30 years and above) is being done for Hypertension and Diabetes and cases suspected to be positive are being referred to higher centers. By the end of twelfth day, around 5,51,000 people were screened for Hypertension and Diabetes. More than 31,000 people were suspected to be positive for Hypertension and more than 24,000 were suspected to be positive for Diabetes and more than 48,500 people were referred to higher public health facilities.

Krishna, Andhra Pradesh

Nashik,Maharashtra

Rupnagarh, Punjab

Sundargarh, Odisha

Tinsukia, Assam

 

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