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         NATIONAL URBAN HEALTH MISSIOM (NUHM)

The National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) was launched in Nagaland on 24th Feb.2014, under the overarching umbrella of the national Health Mission (NHM). Under this Mission, activities for improvement of health are to be implemented in urban towns and cities which have more than 50,000 population, and District Headquarters having population between 30,000 – 50,000.
           For the initial phase during 2013-14, the urban/town areas in the 2 (two) districts of Kohima and Dimapur have been taken up for implementation of activities. During 2014-15, the urban areas of 2 (two) additional districts have been taken up, namely, Mokokchung and Tuensang districts, for the FY 2016-17 the mapping of Wokha town has been approved.

                The aims of NUHM is to improve the Health status of the urban population in general, particularly the poor and the other disadvantaged sections by facilitating equitable access to quality health care through a revamped public health system, partnerships, community based mechanism with the active involvement of the urban local bodies.

Achievement:
        
Infrastructure:
     
With the approval of 5 (five) Urban Primary Health Centres (UPHC) Kohima and  2 UPHC's in Dimapur, 1 UPHC in Mokokchung & 1 UPHC in Tuensang districts, the following UPHCs have presently been operationalised:

         a)             Seikhazou UPHC (Kohima)               :- Civil work Completed and functioning.

               b)             Burma Camp UPHC (Dimapur)         :- Civil work Completed and functioning.

               c)              Aongza UPHC (Mokokchung)           :- Functioning from a Rented Building till the civil work is completed.

               d)             Tuensang UPHC (Tuensang)              :- Functioning from a Rented Building till the civil work is completed.

         e)             Duncan UPHC (Dimapur)                   :- Civil work  completed and will functional from 1st October 2017.

        1.      Manpower under NUHM:
        (i)         
State level:
            1.      Nodal officer (NUHM)
            2.      Programme Manager.
            3.      Accountant
            4.   Office Assistant

       (ii)    District level:      

STATUS OF TECHNICAL AND NON-TECHINICAL MANPOWER UNDER NUHM

Dt as on 31.06.2017

District

Kohima

Dimapur

Mokokchung Tuensang

Total

NUHM

I. TECHNICAL

GDMO

1

2

1

1

5

NUHM

GNM

2

4

2

2

10

NUHM

ANM

3

6

3

3

15

NUHM

Lab - Tech

1

2

1

1

5

NUHM

Pharmacist

1

2

1

1

5

NUHM

ASHA Help Desk 0 1 0 0 1  

II. NON TECHNICAL

Consultant

1

1

1

1

4

NUHM

Total

9

18

9

 9

45

 

       3.     Activities carried out under NUHM for the FY 2016-17: 

           (i)     Monthly Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) is being conducted in the urban slum pockets and various colonies in 4 Districts

Serial No.

District

Activity Name

Target

No. of UHND Held

No. of patients turnover

Percentage

1

Dimapur Burma Camp (UPHC)

Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND)

144 108 2600 75%

2

Dimapur Duncan(UPHC)

Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND)

144 132 2815 92%
3 Kohima Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 125 2775 87%
4 Mokokchung Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 107 1330 74%
5 Tuensang Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 51 1057 35%

Total

5

 

720

523

10577

73%

         (i)     Special Outreach Camps are conducted twice a month in selected wards and areas in the 4 (Four) districts).

Serial No.

District

Activity Name

Target

No. of Out Reach Held

No. of patients turnover

Percentage

1

Dimapur Burma Camp (UPHC)

Special Outreach Camp 24 24 2425 100%

2

Dimapur Duncan(UPHC)

Special Outreach Camp 24 23 1870 96%
3 Kohima Special Outreach Camp 24 26 3140 108%
4 Mokokchung Special Outreach Camp 24 24 3063 100%
5 Tuensang Special Outreach Camp 24 16 652 66%

Total

5

 

120

113

11150

94%

 4.     Activities carried out under NUHM for the FY 2017-18 (1st Qtr): 

           (i)     Monthly Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) is being conducted in the urban slum pockets and various colonies in 4 Districts

Serial No.

District

Activity Name

Target

No. of UHND Held

No. of patients turnover

Percentage

1

Dimapur Burma Camp (UPHC)

Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND)

144 60 1374  

2

Dimapur Duncan(UPHC)

Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND)

144 48 817  
3 Kohima Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 32 664  
4 Mokokchung Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 46 507  
5 Tuensang Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) 144 26 270  

Total

5

 

720

212

3632

 

         (i)     Special Outreach Camps are conducted twice a month in selected wards and areas in the 4 (Four) districts).

Serial No.

District

Activity Name

Target

No. of Out Reach Held

No. of patients turnover

Percentage

1

Dimapur Burma Camp (UPHC)

Special Outreach Camp 24 1 70  

2

Dimapur Duncan(UPHC)

Special Outreach Camp 24 4 280  
3 Kohima Special Outreach Camp 24 6 748  
4 Mokokchung Special Outreach Camp 24 6 702  
5 Tuensang Special Outreach Camp 24 6 223  

Total

5

 

120

23

2023

 

     5.   Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA):- One ASHA for every 1000-2500 population and about 200-500 households. When the population covered increases to more than 2500 another ASHA can be engaged. There are 41 total ASHAs approved by GOI for the 4 districts covering only the municipal and town areas. Others will be covered under NRHM.

              Kohima           - 15
              Dimapur          - 15
              Mokokchung   - 6
              Tuensang         - 5

        6.   MAS (Mahila Aryogya Samithi):-  Mahila Arogya Samiti (MAS) as the name suggest are local women’s collective. They are expected to take collective action on issues related to Health, Nutrition, Water Sanitation and its social determinants at Slum/Ward level. They were particularly envisaged as being central to ‘local community action’, which would gradually develop to the process of decentralized health planning. Thus MASs are expected to act as a leadership platforms for woman’s and focal community group in each slum area for improving awareness and access of community for health services, support the ASHA / Front line health worker/ ANM, to develop health plans specific to the local needs and serves as a mechanism to promote community action for health. Main purpose of Mahila Arogya Samiti (MAS) includes, demand generation, ensuring optimal utilization of services, establishing referral linkages, increasing community ownership and sustainability and establishing a community based monitoring system.
                 There are 98 MAS groups approved for the 4 districts.

               1.      Kohima                 - 38
               2.      Dimapur                - 25
               3.      Mokokchung         - 20
               4.      Tuensang               - 15

 

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