New Delhi: Jammu and Kashmir National Health Mission team today called on Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MoH&FW) and held detailed deliberation regarding healthcare projects during review of Mid Year Key Deliverables under National Health Mission at Nirman Bhawan, New Delhi.
The team led by Mission Director, NHM, J&K, Ayushi Sudan, discussed with the officers of MoH&FW the future plans of augmenting healthcare scenario in the Union Territory for Financial Year 2023-24 under NHM.
Additional Secretary and Mission Director, NHM, Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Roli Singh, Joint Secretaries, Director NHM, MoHFW, Additional and Deputy Commissioners of various programmes from Union Ministry of Health attended the meeting.
Addressing the meeting, Ayushi Sudan informed that various proposals to the tune of Rs 8481. 73 lakh have been submitted to MoH&FW, GoI, for approval for J&K. These proposed projects included establishment of State Health System Resource Centre in the UT that shall be responsible for providing technical assistance to Health and Medical Education Department including National Health Mission, setting up of 10 Dialysis Units under Pradhan Mantri Dialysis Programme at Sub District Hospitals in J&K, establishment of District Early Intervention Centers at Kulgam, Doda and Handwara besides strengthening of various Health Interventions under Ayushman Bharat Health and Wellness Centres (AB-HWCs), Maternal, Child Health and Adolescent Health, Disease Control Programmes. She added that formal approval of these proposals is expected shortly.
During the meeting, the NHM team also reviewed progress on key deliverables for 2022-23 in detail.
The team from MoH&FW, GoI, appreciated efforts of UT administration towards achieving various goals especially related to establishment of AB- HWCs, maternal and child healthcare. (GNS)