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An Ideal State In Family Welfare Under TDP

An Ideal State In Family Welfare Under TDP

The state government is taking many measures in the field of family welfare with the primary objective of stabilizing population growth which is the root cause of all the problems. Andhra Pradesh was the first state to formulate a state population policy heard. Andhra Pradesh has been at the top of the country for the last five years in achieving the set targets in family planning programs.  During the decade 1991-2001, the population growth rate at the state level decreased. This is the first time in a decade that the population growth rate at the state level has fallen below the national rate. This record is possible only because of the measures taken by the visionary leader Shri. N. Chandrababu Naidu The TDP Contributionmade by the government have become Top TDP Achievements.


The TDP Government had ruled the state for more than a decade under the presence of the founder NTR and is continued by Nara Chandrababu Naidu with a vision for the future of the state and made it possible for the future generations with the help of many Top TDP Leaders and Best TDP MLA Candidates.


Achievements of the state in population control and family welfare:


        The rate of unassisted births decreased from 24.1 to 22.3 per 1000.

        Excess births decreased from 41 percent to 31.2 percent.

        The maternal and child protection rate increased from 45.3 percent to 59.6 percent.

        The total pregnancy rate decreased from 2.6 to 2.25.

         Postnatal health care increased from 88.6 percent to 92.7 percent.

        Safe deliveries increased from 49.3 percent to 65.2 percent.

        The infant mortality rate decreased from 70.4 to 65 per 1000 births.

        Completeness of the vaccination program increased from 45 percent to 70.84 percent.

        5.14 lakh family planning surgeries were performed in 1996-97. Similarly, 6.3 lakh surgeries were performed in 1997-98, 7.33 lakh in 1998-99, and 7.92 lacks in 1999-2000. 8.14 lakhs in 2000-2001, 8.08 lakhs in 2001-2002, and 8.34 lakhs in 2002-2003.

        The incentive amount given to those undergoing family planning surgery has been increased from Rs.120 to Rs.500.

        470 primary health centers in backward areas have been converted into round-the-clock women's health centers.

        The "Sukhibhava" scheme, which gives 300 rupees towards transportation expenses to women giving birth to young women, has grown in popularity. In 2002-03, ten crores have been allocated for this purpose. Lakhs of women have benefited under this scheme.

        The “National Maternity Benefit Scheme” was successfully implemented with financial assistance from the central government. The scheme aims to sensitize pregnant women on providing nutritious food to their unborn children. Eligible pregnant women will be given financial assistance of Rs 500 in two installments under this scheme.

        Implementation of a special insurance scheme called 'Arogya Raksha' for those below the poverty line (white card holders) who have undergone family planning surgery. So far 2,71,137 people have benefited.

        Preparations for the implementation of the second phase of 'Sukhavarivaram'.

        Successful implementation of the 'Janani' program started with the aim of preventing maternal and child deaths. Establishment of 192 Health Centers under the Urban Slum Programme.

        Medical services should be provided regularly to all eligible mothers and children. For this, an innovative program to upload their names into the computer has been started experimentally in the Nalgonda district.

        Supply of medicines to 194 primary health centers, first-level hospitals, and 10,568 sub-centers under the Reproductive and Women Child Health program, construction of maternity ward and delivery rooms at a cost of 5.64 crores.

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