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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
(i) A temporary Health Unit has been established at Seikhazou, Kohima, just adjacent to the UPHC site and is functioning with 1 (one) Medical Officer, 2 staff nurses, 3 (three) ANMs, 1 lab technician and 1 pharmacist.
(ii) In Dimapur, since the UPHC site at Burma Camp is under construction, presently, the Health Unit is functioning at the Mid-Land Sub-Centre. The UPHC at Dimapur has 1 (one) Medical Officer, 2 staff nurses, 3 (three) ANMs, 1 lab technician and 1 pharmacist
Manpower under NUHM:
(ii) District level:
3. Activities carried out under NUHM:
(i) Monthly Urban Health Nutrition Day (UHND) is being conducted in the urban slum pockets and various colonies in both Kohima and Dimapur towns.
(i) Special Outreach Camps are conducted twice a month in selected wards and areas in the 2 (two) districts).
(ii) A total 30 (thirty) Accredited Social Health Activists (ASHAs), i.e., 15 for Kohima urban and 15 for Dimapur urban have been selected and basic orientation training has been imparted to these ASHAs.
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