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Indian Red Cross Tamil nadu Branch

Urban Family Welfare Centre

S.N ITEM Annual Target     (2016-2017) Proportional

Target

(Apr – Mar – 2016-17)

Achievement

for the month  ( Mar – 2017)

 

 

Achievement

Up to  the month

(Apr.16 –Mar.17 )

 

 

Achievement Percentage

(%)

 

 

Family Welfare Achievements
1 Sterilisation 360 360 26 310 86
2 IUD 390 390 27 325 83
3 Oral pills 105 105 88 88 84
4 Condoms 195 195 161 161 83
Child Health Achievement
5 BCG 689 689 57 621 90
6 Pentavac 689 689 50 613 89
7 Measles* 689 689 0 0 0
8 AN  TT 741 741 57 680 92
9 FST (B) 741 741 57 669 90

 

* The Measles vaccines are stopped by the Government due to introduction of

new Measles and Rubella vaccines.

Special Immunisation Campaign:

The Government of Tamil Nadu conducted Measles and Rubella Special Campaign during the month of February 2017 and it is further extended to March 2017, to eliminate Measles and Rubella diseases from our State. The Measles and Rubella vaccine prevents the birth of new born baby from congenital defects.  The Measles and Rubella vaccine campaign is a special campaign to vaccinate all children in the age group of 9 completed months to less than 15 years of age with one dose of MR vaccine whether previously immunized or not against Measles / Rubella. This campaign dose is an additional supplementary dose. Mass School Immunisation of children is the best way to protect against illness and prevent spread of Vaccine Preventable diseases. The Measles Rubella Vaccination Campaign is being conducted in Schools, Health Sub Centres and Anganwadi Centres.

During this month 4,490 children in the age group between  9 months to less than 15 years were vaccinated for Measles and Rubella in our area covering schools.

 

 

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