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Health & Family Welfare

 

Health and Family Welfare

 

 Number Of Government Hospitals, Allopathic Doctors And Surgeons:- Incorporating Health Concerns Globally, The right to health is the economic, social and cultural right to the highest attainable standard of health. It is recognized in the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights and the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities . Countries round the world are trying to address the issue of affordable health care for all . Recent ‘Obama Care’ or the ‘Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’ in the US was one such move by USA. Recognition of health as instrumental in the global development goals is also reflected through its inclusion as one of the three component of Human Development Index (life expectancy at birth is used as an indicator for assessing health attainments) and in selection of several health indicators for monitoring the health related Millennium Development Goals (MDG) viz reducing child mortality, improving maternal health & combating HIV/AIDS, malaria & other diseases.  

Table 30.1: NUMBER OF GOVERNMENT HOSPITALS, ALLOPATHIC DOCTORS AND SURGEONS


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 Hospitals And Bed Strength Under AYUSH Systems :- As per World Health Statistics 2015, life expectancy at birth has increased 6 years for both men and women since 1990. The median age of people living in low-income countries is 20 years, while it is 40 years in high-income countries. Over one-third of adult men smoke tobacco and about one quarter of men suffer from high blood pressure whereas 15% of women worldwide are obese. Two-thirds of deaths worldwide are due to non communicable diseases. In low- and middleincome countries, only two-thirds of pregnant women with HIV receive anti retrovirals to prevent transmission to their baby and only 1 in 3 African children with suspected pneumonia receives antibiotics. In some countries, total government expenditure on health is less than 5% of total public expenditure.

Table 30.2: HOSPITALS AND BED STRENGTH UNDER AYUSH SYSTEMS

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Table 30.5: FACILITIES AND BENEFICIARIES UNDER CENTRAL GOVERNMENT HEALTH SCHEME


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Table 30.6: ADMINSTRATIVE STRUCTURE AND RURAL HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE


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Table 30.7: NUMBER OF REGISTERED ALLOPATHIC DOCTORS  AND DENTAL SURGEONS


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Table 30.8: REGISTERED PRCTITIONERS UNDER AYUSH SYSTEMS 

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Table 30.9: NUMBER OF REGISTERED  NURSES AND HEALTH VISITORS


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Table 30.10: NUMBER OF ALLOPATHIC MEDICAL & DENTAL COLLEGES AND ADMISSION
    
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       Table 30.11:  POST GRADUATE INSTITUTES AND ADMISSION CAPACITY UNDER AYUSH SYSTEMS

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Table 30.12:  UNDER GRADUATE INSTITUTES AND ADMISSION CAPACITY UNDER AYUSH SYSTEMS  
       
         
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Table 30.13: ACHIEVEMENTS OF FAMILY WELFARE PROGRAMME

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