Objectives

Mission

Improved health status and quality of life of rural population with unequivocal and explicit emphasis on sustainable development measure.

Basic objectives for implementation of NRHM are

  1. To reduce infant mortality rate and maternal mortality rate
  2. To ensure population stabilization
  3. To prevent and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases
  4. To upgrade AYUSH(Aurvedic Yoga Unani Siddh and Homopath) for promotion of healthy life style

Key Performance Indicators (to be achieved by 2012)

  1. To reduce Maternal Mortality Rate (MMR) to 258/ lac live births
  2. To reduce Infant Mortality Rate (IMR) to 36/1000 births
  3. To reduce Total Fertility Rate (TFR) to 2.8
  4. Malaria mortality reduction rate by 60%
  5. Kala-azar mortality reduction rate by 100%
  6. Filaria/Microfilaria reduction by 80%
  7. Leprosy Prevalence Rate-Less than 1 per 10000
  8. Tuberculosis DOTS series- 85% cure rate & 70% detection of new sputum smear positive cases
  9. Upgrading all Community Health Centres (CHCs) to Indian Public Health Standard(IPHS)
  10. Increase bed occupancy of First Referral Units (FRUs) greater than 75%
  11. Engaging 1.23 lac ASHAs.
  12. Dengue mortality reduction by 50%
  13. Cataract operation - 42 lacs
  14. Under National Blindness Control Programme (NBCP), objective is to reduce the prevalence rate from 1% to 0.5 by year 2012.
  15. To bring down Total Goitre Rate (TGR) to less than 10%.
  16. To ensure that more than 90% households consume iodized salt.
  17. To ensure availability of AYUSH by ensuring that at each block primary health centre (PHC), at least 2 Medical Officers(MOs), one of them AYUSH practitioner, are available all the time.
  18. Safe drinking water and sanitation facilities to greater than 60% of villages.
  19. Reduction of malnourished children by half of present level.

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