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Externally Aided Projects
Sector Investment Programme: (European Commission) 


Salient Features:
 

  • Project period
 May 2001 to September 2004.
  • Project Area
Satara District & Aurangabad Corporation.
  • Total Budget
 Rs. 7.12 Crores (Release as per Benchmark)
  • Expenditure
 About 1.53 Crs.
  • Monitoring
State RCH Society.
  • Implementation
Jt. Director (Project) SFWB, Pune.
  • State Facilitator
BAIF, Pune.


the Thrust Areas
  • Developing a vision of the sector

  • Empowering Committees

  • Empowering Staff.

  • Increasing outreach of services.

  • Improving quality of services.


Developing a vision:
  •  "Developing a vision for the Health & Family Welfare Sector in Maharashtra."


Select Areas for Committee's Consideration:
  • Review of present structure and functions.

  • Addressing emerging / re-emerging diseases.

  • Health Sector Financing

  • Work Force Management.


Empowering Communities:
  • Committee to utilize the charges collected.


Appointing Class IV staff on contract basis:

  • At 'PHC' level.

Empowering Staff:

Training:
  • Training of Senior Officers in Health Management

  • Continuing Medical Education

  • Training of Leprosy staff

  • Training of Multi-Purpose Worker (Male)

  • Training of Health Assistants (Female)


Increasing the Outreach of Services:

Human Resource:
  • Subsidized Medical Practitioner's Scheme.


Technical level:
  • Promotion of Telemedicine

  • Provision of Safe Blood to Rural Areas.


Improving the Quality of Services:
  1. Field Level:

  • Replacing 'MPW'.

  • Updating the 'PHC' Manual

  • Categorization of Facilities.

  • Medical Kit for 'MPW'. J

  1. Central Level:

  • Modifying the 'MIS'. Increasing the 'DGHS-DMER' Co-ordination.

  1. Promoting Private Sector Participation:

  • Involving the Private Sector

  • Implementing the Maharashtra Nursing Home Act.



 

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