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NATIONAL RURAL HEALTH MISSION

ANANTAPUR DISTRICT (ANDHRA PRADESH STATE)

DISTRICT HEALTH ACTION PLAN 2012-13

Table of Contents
SN 1 2 3 4 Name of the Scheme / Intervention Executive Summary Process of Plan Preparation Situation Analysis PART-A: Reproductive & Child Health Page No. 3 3 49 10 14 15 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 30 31 33 34 35 36 38 37 39 46 47 54 55 56 85 86 - 94

a) Maternal Health b) Child Health c) Family Planning Strategy d) ARSH Strategies & School Health Programme e) Urban Health f) Tribal Health g) PNDT & Sex Ratio h) Infrastructure & Human Resources i) Training Strategy j) Programme Management k) Vulnerable Groups l) Budget Abstract for RCH Flexible Pool 5 6 7 8 9 PART-B: Mission Flexible Pool PART-C: Strengthening of Immunization Budget Abstract for NRHM PIP 2012-13 Tables 1 - 15 Govt. of India Formats

DISTRICT HEALTH ACTION PLAN 2012-13 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY


Anantapur is the largest district of Andhra Pradesh spanning an area of 19,130 square kilometers. The district spread in 63 Mandals and covered in 3 Revenue Divisions. It is bounded on the north by Kurnool District, on east by Kadapa District, on the southeast by Chittoor district, an on the southwest and west by Karnataka Districts. ( i.e., 1. Bellary, 2. Chitradurg, 3.Tumkur 4. Kolar ). It is part of Rayalaseema region on the state. The population of Anantapur Dist. is 40,83,315 as per 2011 cences. Though the dist. is 2nd biggest in the state ,but the majority of the population is under BPL and facing continues droughts from past 150 years.In this circumstances the dist. needed more Govt. health facilities, particularly in urban pockets of Rayadurg, Dharmavaram , Gooty, Kadiri , Guntakal and Anantapur. Theyear 2005-06 is the ear-mark in the health history of the Anantapur Dist. From 2005-06 onwards health facilities are functioning in more identifical way and patient friendly in-turns of up-gradation of health facilities and its services with the NRHM support ,same time increased facilities ,man power etc..The introduction of ASHA services at the door steps of the public is very much useful to improve the institutional delivaries ,through which IMR,MMR,TFR is decreased which is lead to achieve Millinium Development Goals.

PROCESS OF PLAN PREPARATION


On 16.12.2011 all DM&HOs and DPOs were attended DHAP -2012-13 preporatory workshop at IIHFW,Hyderabad under the guidance of Mission Directoe A.P. , NRHM and all Joint Directors of CH&FW.,A.P.,Hyderabad On 17.12.2011 under the leadership of the DM&HO,Anantapur a preporatory meeting was conducted for DHAP -2012-13 at conference hall of DM&HOs office.Detailedly discussed about Dist. health needs inturns of infrastructure, HR, Finane and physical targets. From 18012.2011 onwards received requirements from CHNCs , based on that prepared DHAP -2012-13 of Anantapur Dist. with the coordination of all Dist.Program Officers under the Team Leadership & Guidence of the DM&HO

SITUATION ANALYSIS
District Map of Anantapur
District Map showing the health facilities and difficult & most difficult areas ( Remote / Difficult Mandals are coloured in RED)

District Profile
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SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 17 18 19 20 13 14 12 15 16 Total population Population of Males Population of Females Population of Children less than 1 year Population of Children 1 to 6 years Population density (per sq.km.) Urban population (%) Rural population (%) Scheduled Caste population (%) Scheduled Tribes population (%) No. of Villages Size of Village (1-500 population) Size of Village (501-2000 population) Size of Village (2001-5000 population) Size of Village (5000+ population) No. of Villages without roads No. of Villages without electricity No. of Gram Panchayats No. of Municipal Corporations No. of Municipalities VITAL STATISTICS 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Expected no. of Maternal Deaths Maternal Mortality Ratio Expected no. of Infant Deaths Infant Mortality Rate Total Fertility Rate Full Immunization (%) 3 Antenatal Care visits (%) Institutional Deliveries (%) Home Deliveries (%) 131 140 4195 38 1.8 40,83,318 20,64,931 20,18,387 51,786 2,58,933 213 8,51,756 32,31,559 14.1% 3.49% 957 19 411 460 67 293 76 1001 1 8

Source 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census Dist. CPO records Dist. CPO records Dist. CPO records

Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports HMIS HMIS

100% 98% 98.3% 2.7%

SN 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 Crude Birth Rate Crude Death Rate Malaria Mortality Reduction Rate Dengue Mortality Reduction Rate Leprosy Prevalence Rate Tuberculosis cure rate Tuberculosis detection rate Sex Ratio (females per 1000 males) 0-6 Years Sex Ratio SOCIO-ECONOMIC PROFILE 35 36 37 38 39 Literacy Rate (overall) Literacy Rate (males) Literacy Rate (female) Number of BPL Households % Below Poverty Line population 64.28% 74.09% 54.31% 36,01,484 88.2% 18.6% 7.44% 100% 100% 0.64 85% 70% 977 927

Source Statical Section Recards Statical Section Recards Field & Lab Reports Field & Sentinel Hospital Reports Field Reports T.B.Registers & Diagnosis Reports T.B.Registers & Diagnosis Reports 2011 Census 2011 Census

2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census 2011 Census DLHS 2007-08

Health Institutions
SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Health Institution / Facilities Specialty Hospitals Medical Colleges Maternity Hospitals District Hospitals Area Hospitals Community Health Centres Primary Health Centres Sub-centre AYUSH Dispensaries Blood Banks Blood Storage Centres Total Private Hospitals Beds in Govt. Hospitals Beds in Private Hospitals Ultrasound Clinics (Registered) Ultrasound Clinics (Un-Registered) Govt. 1 1 6 11 80 586 96 3 6 2079 6 2255 94 3 2 87 Private 6 Total 6 1 1 6 11 80 586 96 6 8 87 2079 2255 100 -

Status of Health Facilities:


SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 Health facility Sub-centres in own building Sub-centres in Panchayats / other Govt. buildings Sub-centres in rented buildings Sub-centres without electricity Sub-centres without water supply Sub-centres without Toilets Sub-centres with Staff Quarters Primary Health Centres PHCs in own building PHCs in rented buildings PHCs without electricity PHCs without water supply PHCs without Toilets PHCs with Staff Quarters Total beds in PHCs No. of deliveries conducted in 2010-11 No. of OPD cases during 2010-11 No. of IP during 2010-11 Rogi Kalyana Samithies functioning Community Health Centres CHCs in own building CHCs in rented buildings CHCs without electricity CHCs without water supply CHCs without Toilets CHCs with Staff Quarters Total beds in CHCs No. of deliveries conducted in 2010-11 No. of OPD cases during 2010-11 No. of IP during 2010-11 Rogi Kalyana Samithies functioning Area Hospitals 30 Total beds in Area Hospitals 400 APVVP Health Records 11 5 330 7394 1,48,500 12,332 11 APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records 66 DM&HO General Section Records 1 DM&HO General Section Records - DM&HO General Section Records 9 DM&HO General Section Records 9 DM&HO General Section Records 22 DM&HO General Section Records 564 DM&HO General Section Records 7567 49,38,755 39,982 80 Facility Reports Facility Reports Facility Reports DPMU recards Number Remarks

293 DM&HO General Section Records - DM&HO General Section Records 293 DM&HO General Section Records - DM&HO General Section Records 114 DM&HO General Section Records 114 DM&HO General Section Records 293 DM&HO General Section Records

SN 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Health facility No. of deliveries conducted in 2010-11 No. of OPD cases during 2010-11 No. of IP during 2010-11 Rogi Kalyana Samithies functioning District Hospital Total beds in District Hospital No. of deliveries conducted in 2010-11 No. of OPD cases during 2010-11 No. of IP during 2010-11

Number 4,689 2,71,311 18,416 6 100 1,491 2,513 3,931

Remarks APVVP Health Recrds APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records APVVP Health Records

No.of buildings required New construction / Repairs / Expansions:


SN 1 2 3 4 Type of facility Sub-centres Primary Health Centres Community Health Centres Area Hospitals 5 District Hospitals Required new constructions 235 1 Required repairs 45 12 10 6 All AHs 1 Required expansion 8 2 2 (Penukonda & Gooty) 1

Demographic Performance since 2008-09 to 2010-11


SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Indicators Antenatal cases registered T.T. for Pregnant Women IFA Tablets Distributed Institutional Deliveries Infants given BCG Infants given OPV Infants given DPT Infants given Hepatitis-B Infants given Measles Full Immunization Infants given Vit-A (1st) Sterilisations performance Vasectomies Performance 2008-09 91,822 85,859 86,133 71,108 78,022 75,535 75,535 75,535 72,428 72,428 56,790 40,067 156 2009-10 95,464 89,083 88,027 77,085 83,335 84,584 84,584 83,376 82,938 82,938 82,938 38,978 237 2010-11 91,280 81,230 78,041 72,733 76,644 77,651 77,651 77,651 76,390 76,390 76,390 34,213 201

SN 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 I.U.D. Insertions OP Users

Indicators

2008-09 22,566 18,114 44,609 132 18 7,415 32,389 27,928 4,416 28,696 146 3372 526 3,39,921 537 19,717 -

2009-10 22,720 19,412 45,416 159 42 7,627 10,278 9,371 907 31,965 227 3474 502 4,33,972 368 21,483 -

2010-11 20,261 16,246 36,994 244 39 7,029 11,123 10,218 905 19,978 225 2656 304 4,77,369 533 22,340 3066 2,56,055

CC Users (Nirodh Users) Infant Deaths & IMR Maternal Deaths & MMR Deliveries conducted in 24x7 PHCs Total JSY beneficiaries Rural JSY beneficiaries Urban JSY beneficiaries Beneficiaries benefited in Compensation for sterilization (Female) Beneficiaries benefited in Compensation for sterilization NSV (Male) No. of patients undergoing DOTS therapy No. of new leprosy cases reported No. of slides examined for malaria No. of notified malaria cases No. of microfilaria cases reported No. of JE cases reported No. of cataract operations No. of schools covered under School Health No. of school children screened

PART A Reproductive & Child Health

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A - RCH Flexible Pool


OVERVIEW OF RCH-NRHM PERFORMANCE (2005-12): FACILITY OPERATIONALISATION AND TRAINED SERVICE PROVIDERS Number of facilities/HR Achmt. (2005-12) till % achmt. 30.11.11) 2 42 151 10.52 52.5 54.90

Area

Indicator

Planned (2005-12) 17 80 1 11 275

Plan for 2012-13 15 38 1 11 124

No. of FRUs Operationalised No. of 24x7 PHCs Operationalised No. of sub-centres Facility operationalised as Operationalisation delivery points No. of SNCUs operationalised No. of NBSUs operationalised EmOC training Capacity Building LSAS training SBA

Area

Indicator

No. of FRUs Facility Operationalisation Operationalised No. of 24x7 PHCs Operationalised

C-sections MTPs Male sterilizations Female sterilizations Normal deliveries MTPs Male sterilizations Female sterilizations IUD insertions Normal deliveries IUD insertions Newborns treated Newborns treated

Service utilization (average per month per facility/ trained provider) Based on Projection performance for Services during 2012-13 Apr-Nov 2011

No. of sub-centres operationalised as delivery points No. of SNCUs operationalised No. of NBSUs operationalised

792 61 31 12500 6569 TUB-187 DPL-1407 2008 453 0

1200 200 300 25000 10,000 50 150 TUB-300 DPL-2000 3000 133 1 11

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ANNEXURE 3b MONITORABLE INDICATORS (1)


2011-12 (AprNov 2011) 2012-13 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total

SN. A A.1 A.1.1 A.1.2 A.1.3 A.2 A.2.1 A.2.2 A.2.3 A.2.4 A.2.5 A.2.6 A.2.7 A.3 A.3.1 A.3.2 A.3.3 A.3.4 A.3.5 A.3.6 A.3.5 A.3.6 A.4 A.4.1 A.4.2 A.4.3 A.4.4

INDICATOR Maternal Health Service Delivery % Pregnant women registered for ANC in the quarter % PW registered for ANC in the first trimester, in the quarter Institutional deliveries (%) in the quarter Quality % unreported deliveries in the quarter % high risk pregnancies identified (a) % women having hypertension (b) % women having low Hb level % of Home Delivery by SBA (i.e. assisted by doctor/ nurse/ ANM) C-sections performed (%) (a) in Public facilities (b) in private accredited facilities % of deliveries discharged after at least 48 hours of delivery (out of public institution deliveries) % of still births %age of maternal deaths audited Outputs % of 24x7 PHCs operationalised as per the GoI guidelines % of FRUs operationalised as per the GoI guidelines % of Level 1 MCH centres operationalised % of Level 2 MCH centres operationalised % of Level 3 MCH centres operationalised % ANMs/ LHVs/ SNs trained as SBA % doctors trained as EmOC % doctors trained as LSAS HR productivity % of LSAS trained doctors giving spinal anaesthesia Average no. of c-sections assisted by LSAS trained doctors % of EmOC trained doctors conducting c-sections. Average no. of c-sections performed by EmOC trained

107.3 93.6 97.0 3.10 5.22 1.82 3.4 2.3 20.07 2.3 18.4 95.8 1.0 100.0 52.5 10.52 47.5 52.5 10.52 18.5 0 0 0 0 0 0

25 25 25 0.62 0.75 0.5 0.5 0.37 2 3.17 25 0.2 25 13.125 25 11.875 25 25 25 25 15 15 15 25 25

25 25 25 0.62 0.75 0.5 0.5 0.37 2 3.17 25 0.2 25 13.125 25 11.875 25 25 25 25 15 15 15 25 25

25 25 25 0.62 0.75 0.5 0.5 0.37 2 3.17 25 0.2 25 13.125 25 11.875 25 25 25 25 15 15 15 25 25

25 25 25 0.62 0.75 0.5 0.5 0.37 2 3.19 25 0.2 25 13.125 25 11.875 25 25 25 25 15 15 15 25 25

100 100 100 2.48 3.0 2.0 2.0 1.48 8.0 12.7 100 0.8 100 52.5 100 47.5 100 100 100 100 60 60 60 100 100

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SN.

INDICATOR

doctor Average no. of deliveries performed by SBA trained SN/LHV/ANM A.4.6 % of SBA trained ANMs conducting deliveries A.5 Facility utilization A.5.1 % of FRUs conducting C-section A.5.2 Average no. of c- sections per FRU A.5.3 Average no. of MTPs performed in FRUs A.5.4 Average no. of deliveries per 24x7 PHCs A.5.5 Average no. of MTPs performed per 24x7 PHC 2A.5.6 % of SC conducting at least 5 deliveries per month B.1 Service Delivery B.1.1 Children 9-11 months age fully immunised (%) B.1.2 % children breastfed within 1 hour of birth A.4.5

2011-12 (AprNov 2011) 8.0 2.0 10.5 5.55 4.0 160 0 0 72 70 8 80

2012-13 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total

12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 75 1 0 25 25 1 25

12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 75 1 0 25 25 1

12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 75 1 0 25 25 1

12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 12.5 75 1 0 25 25 1

50 50 50 50 50 300 4 0 100 100 4 100

B.1.3
B.2 B.2.1 B.2.3 B.3 B.3.1 B.3.2 B.3.3 B.3.4 B.3.5 B.3.6 B.4 B.4.1 B.4.2 C C.1 C.1.1 C.1.2 C.1.3 C.1.4 C.1.5 C.1.6

% of low birth weight babies


Quality %age of women receiving PP check up to 48 hrs to 14 days % drop out from BCG to measles Outputs % of SNCUs operationalised % of stabilisation units operationalised % of new born baby care corners operationalised % of personnel trained in IMNCI % of personnel trained in FIMNCI % of personnel trained in NSSK Facility utilization Average no. of children treated in SNCUs Average no. of children treated in NBSUs Family Planning Service Delivery % of total sterilisation against ELA % post partum sterilisation % male sterilizations % of IUD insertions against planned % IUD retained for 6 months % Sterilization acceptors with 2

25

25

25

NO DROP OUTS 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6.3 6.3 12.5 0 0 0 0 0 6.3 6.3 12.5 0 0 0 0 0 6.3 6.3 12.5 0 0 100 100 100 6.3 6.3 12.5 100 100 100 100 100 25 25 50 100 100

75.2 91.0 0.2 87.6 98.4 63.0

21.3 25 12.5 22.5 25 25

21.3 25 12.5 22.5 25 25

21.3 25 12.5 22.5 25 25

21.3 25 12.5 22.5 25 25

85.2 100 50 90 100 100

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SN.

INDICATOR children % Sterilisation acceptors with 3 or more children Quality % of complications following sterilisation Outputs % doctors trained as minilap % doctors trained as NSV % doctors trained as laparoscopic sterilisation % ANM/LHV/SN/MO trained in IUD insertion HR productivity Average no. of NSVs conducted by trained doctors Average no. of minilap sterilisations conducted by minilap trained doctors Average no. of laparoscopic sterilisations conducted by lap sterilisation trained doctors Average no. of IUDs inserted by MO trained in IUD insertion Average no. of IUDs inserted by MO trained in IUD insertion Average no. of IUDs inserted by SN/ LHV/ ANM trained in IUD insertion Facility utilisation Average no. of sterilizations performed in FRUs Average no. of sterilizations performed in 24x7 PHCs

2011-12 (AprNov 2011) 30.0 0 10.20 12.5 16.6 0 21 139 5151 5 5 33

2012-13 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Total

C.1.7 C.2 C.2.1 C.3 C.3.1 C.3.2 C.3.3 C.3.4 C.4 C.4.1 C.4.2

2.5 0 5 7.5 7.5 6.25 12 20 2500 15 15 2500

2.5 0 5 7.5 7.5 6.25 12 20 2500 15 15 2500

2.5 0 5 7.5 7.5 6.25 12 20 2500 15 15 2500

2.5 0 5 7.5 7.5 6.25 12 20 2500 15 15 2500

10 0 20 30 30 25 48 80 10000 60 60 10000

C.4.3

C.4.4 C.4.5 C.4.6

C.5 C.5.1 C.5.2

435 38

25 25

25 25

25 25

25 25

100 100

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A1: Maternal Health


Objectives: The objectives of interventions for improved maternal health include: To ensure access to quality comprehensive (basic and emergency) maternal and reproductive health care to women. To ensure access to comprehensive family planning services by emphasizing on age at marriage, delayed first child birth, spacing methods and male sterilization. To provide a comprehensive package of maternal and nutritional health services to the tribal, scheduled caste, coastal fishers, migrant labour and other identified marginalized vulnerable women. Gaps identified: Shortage of MOs and long standing vacancies in remote, difficult area health facilities. Need to improve the capacities of health staff to conduct the delivaries and connventioal tubectomies ,MTPs at all facility level by way of providing relavent trainings. Continous vacancies of Specialist doctors.

Proposed schemes under Maternal Health: 1) 24x7 Primary Health Centres: a) Existing 24x7 Primary Health Centres:
S N Name of the 24x7 PHC Deliveries conducted during 2010-11
156 223 162 162 223 196 385 71 45 243 247 73 153 6 60 171 175

CSections during 2010-11 -

No.of Staff Nurse working (Total)


3 2 3 3 2 4 3 1 3 2 2 4 4 1 1 1 1

Staff Nurses under NRHM Required Working 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 1 1 0 0 2 1 2 2 2 1 2 2 1 1 2 1 2 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 1

Contingent workers under NRHM Required Working 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17

Kudair Tarimela Narpala Yellanur Thimmampalli Yadiki Peddapappur Peddavadugur Nagasamudram Vidapanakal P.Kowkuntla Tadimarri Kanaganepalli N.S.Gate Ramagiri Bramhasamduram Kambadur

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18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Settur Kundurpi Beluguppa Yerragunta Bommanahal Gummagatta D.Hirehal Guttur Roddam Kothacheruvu Bukkapatnam Pamudurthy O.D.Cheruvu Nallacheruvu Patnam N.P.Kunta Mudigubba Talupula Chilamathur Parigi Lepakshi Kallumarri Amarapuram Gudibanda Rolla Total

212 227 70 120 212 179 100 50 97 75 54 119 118 104 66 62 300 150 154 136 257 16 288 395 257 6569

2 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 2 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 3 2 1 3 3 0 8 94

1 0 2 2 1 1 2 0 1 1 0 1 2 0 1 2 0 1 0 1 2 0 0 3 0 37

2 0 0 0 1 1 0 2 1 1 2 2 0 2 1 0 0 1 2 1 0 2 2 0 2 46

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 2

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 82

b) Proposed 24x7 Primary Health Centres:


S N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 Name of the Praposed 24x7 PHC Atmakur Raptadu B.K.Samudram Korrapadu Putluru Chukkaluru Bethapalli Kristapadu Eddulapalli Garladinne Vajrakarur Raketla Deliveries conducted during 2010-11 85 41 47 24 42 52 18 26 15 29 21 9 Csections during 2010-11 No.of Staff Nurse working 7 1 1 0 0 1 2 1 1 1 7 1 Staff Nurses Required Working on contract 0 0 2 2 3 3 2 1 2 2 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Contingent workers Required Working on contract 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

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13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38

Gadehothur P.Kottalapalli Darasinamala Bathalapalli Peruru M.N.Palli Garudachedu Sreedharagatta Avuladatla Nagalapuram Somandepalli Gorantla Puttaparthi V.M.Cheruvu Krishnapuram Reddipalli Kokkanti Amaduguru Gandlapenta K.B.Halli Chowlur Bevanahalli Kadirepalli Neelakantapuram Hemavathi Agali Total

87 19 15 0 12 14 0 0 0 6 22 314 7 0 16 38 0 14 13 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 998
CSection during 2010-11 -

Area (Urban / Rural / Tribal / Inaccessible) Urban Rural Rural Urban Rural Rural Urban Rural -

1 1 1 2 3 1 1 1 1 1 1 8 1 1 1 1 5 1 1 1 1 1 0 1 0 1 61
Total OBG Spl. Working

2 2 2 1 0 2 2 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 0 2 2 2 2 2 3 2 3 2 68
OBG Spl. Working under NRHM -

0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Total Anaes. Working

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 76
Total Staff Nurses working 6 10 7 10 7 11 26 7 84

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 76
Staff Nurses working under NRHM 2 3 1 3 2 3 2 2 18

S N

Name of the CEMONC

2) CEMONC centres:

Deliveries conducted during 2010-11 141 119 93 264 82 314 276 82 1371

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

CHC - Tadipatri AH - Gooty CHC Uravakonda AH Dharmavaram CHC Kalyandurg PHC - Gorantla AH - Kadiri AH - Madakasira Total

1 1 2

1 1 1 3

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3) Janani Suraksha Yojana Scheme:


S N 1 2 3 Area of operation Rural area Urban area Tribal area Total Estimated Population Female population -Expected Deliveries Home Institutional deliveries deliveries 1,560 52,325 668 2,228 22,426 74,751 Expected BPL Deliveries 19,500 5,500 25,000

Institutional Deliveries:
S N Area of operation

1 2 3 4 5 6

SCs in Urban SCs in Rural STs in Urban STs in Rural Others in Urban Others in Rural Total

Beneficiaries benefited under JSY during 201011 135

Expected beneficiaries for the current financial year 428 2271 171 908 2257 11965 18000

No. of beneficiaries benefited upto Nov-2011 70 911 28 364 369 4799 6541

No. of JSY beneficiaries assisted by ASHA 70 911 28 364 369 4799 6541

No. of JSY benefited mothers undergone C-Section 47 110 19 44 251 585 1056

1533 54 674 716 8011 11123

4) Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram (JSSK):


SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 Indicator Expected no. of Pregnant Women in Tribal area Expected no. of Pregnant Women in Plan area No. of delivery kits required in addition to regular supply for JSSK scheme No. of delivery kits required for C-Section in addition to regular supply for JSSK scheme Expected no. of ANCs for JSSK Expected no. of complicated cases required Blood under JSSK Expected number 0 40,000 40,000 1,500 40,000 3000 Source / Remarks 0 Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports Health Facility Reports

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Budget Proposed under Maternal Health Strategy for 2012-13


FMR code 1 1 A.1.6 Activity 2 24-hours MCH Centres Dietary support to Maternity Waiting homes in PHCs Janani Suraksha Yojana Total Rural BPL deliveries 5% Administrative expenses ASHA Performance Based incentives for Pregnant Women having Institutional Deliveries in Govt. Hospital / PHC Total Maternal Death Review(MDR): Maternal Death Audit: Monitoring & Review mechanism Total Janani Shishu Suraksha Karyakram Diet for Pregnant Women & Attendant of Tribal area Diet for Pregnant Women & Attendant of Plain area Delivery kits & Drugs for normal delivery Delivery kits & Drugs for C-Section Diagnosis (Hb%, Urine for Albumin, Blood grouping) Blood for complicated deliveries Total Maternal Health Total Unit 3 0 Total 0 2 A.1.4.2.a A.1.4.3 A.1.4.4 Beneficiaries Beneficiaries Incentives 200 Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 0 0 700 600 29,900 No.of posts / units / quantity 5 0 0 19,500 5,500 Annual total (Rupees) 6 0 0 1,36,50,000 33,00,000 8,47,500 59,80,000

A.1.4.2.b Total urban BPL deliveries

23,77,7,500 Review 600 50 30,000 30,000 Beneficiaries Beneficiaries Kits Kits Expected ANCs Deliveries 50 x 5 days 50 x 3 days 60 200 10 300

3 A.1.5

4 a) b) c) d) e) f)

40,000 40,000 1,500 40,000 3000

60,00,000 24,00,000 3,00,000 4,00,000 9,00,000 1,00,00,000 3,38,07,500

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A2: Child Health


Objectives:
The objectives for child health interventions include: Universal access to quality comprehensive neonatal services to all newborns. Provision of comprehensive health and nutritional services to all infants. Access to comprehensive health and nutritional services to 1-5 year old children. Special health and nutrition package of services to the tribal, Schedule Caste and other vulnerable children.

Situation Analysis and Current Status:


Mortality Indicators Neonatal Mortality Rate Infant Mortality Rate Under Five Mortality Child Mortality Process Indicators Percentage of children (under 5 years) of age with anemia Children under 3 years breastfed within one hour of birth Children age 6 months and above exclusively breastfed for at least 6 months Children aged 6-24 months received solid/ semisolid foods and are still breastfed Children aged 0-5 months exclusively breastfed Children with Diarrhea in the last two weeks who received ORS Children with Diarrhea in the last 2 weeks who were given treatment in any facility Children with ARI or fever in the last two weeks who were given treatment at facilities Expected / Reported 40.3% / 0.28% 11.5 0.04% 0.02% 30% 68986 34492 66436 31782 Source As per HMIS 2010-11 As per 2010-11 reports As per HMIS 2010-11 As per HMIS 2010-11 HMIS HMIS HMIS HMIS HMIS HMIS HMIS HMIS

Expected Children:
SN Area of operation Rural area Urban area Tribal area Total Estimated infants 56063 24027 0 80090 Estimated no.of children 1-2 years 58206 21527 0 79733 Estimated no.of children at 5 years 523952 282128 0 80608 Estimated no.of children at 10 years 59166 25357 0 84523 Estimated no.of children at 16 years 64662 31134 0 95796

1 2 3

Gaps identified: 20

Shortage of MOs and long standing vacancies in remote, difficult area health facilities. Need to improve the capacities of health staff to conduct the delivaries and connventioal tubectomies ,MTPs at all facility level by way of providing relavent trainings. Continous vacancies of Specialist doctors.

Budget Proposed under Child Health Strategy for 2012-13


FMR code 1 1 A.2.2 2 A.2.2 3 A.2.2 4 A.2.2 5 A.2.2 6 A.2.8 Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 10,00,000 No.of posts / units / quantity 5 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 -

Activity 2 SNCUs in Other Areas Maintenance & consumables SNCUs in Teaching Hospitals Maintenance & consumables SNCUs in Tribal Areas Maintenance and consumables New Born Stabilization Units (NBSU) Maintenance New Born Care Corners Maintenance Infant Death Review: Infant Death Audit: Monitoring & Review mechanism Child Health Total

Unit 3 Maintenance

Maintenance Maintenance

10,00,000 5,00,000

1 0

10,00,000 0

Maintenance Maintenance Review

1,75,000 20,000 300

10 72 365

17,50,000 14,40,000 1,09,500 42,99,500

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A3: Family Planning


Objective:
Strengthening the facility based human resource and infrastructure to Shift the Camp sterilization approach to fixed day approach at facility level. Intensive Campaign to promote age at marriage. Proper spacing and limitation of Births by providing Sex Education / Education of parenthood & Nutrition to the acceptors and special focus on IUCD. Increasing the male participation from current level 4% to 5%. Safety & Quality assurance to the Family Planning acceptors. Insurance coverage to the acceptors and service providers to improve the confidence among the acceptors. Addressing the problem of Infertility. Monitoring & Evaluation for effective implementation.

Situation Analysis and Current Status:


As per 2011 census, the population of Anantapur district was 36,40,478 with decadal growth of 14.34%, it accounts for 4.7% of Andhra Pradesh population.

District Family Planning indicators DLHS-2 Vs DLHS-3:


Indicator Family Planning Any method (%) Any modern method (%) Female sterilization (%) Male sterilization (%) DLHS-2 (2002-04) 60.1 59.4 56.3 0.1 DLHS-3 (2007-08) 64.6 64.4 62.2 0.4

Gaps identified: Shortage of MOs and long standing vacancies in remote, difficult area health facilities. Need to improve the capacities of health staff to conduct the connventioal tubectomies ,MTPs at all facility level by way of providing relavent trainings. Continous vacancies of Specialist doctors. Key Strategies of the programme:
FMR Code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of posts / units / quantity 5 Annual total (In/ Rupees) 6

1 1 A.3.1.1

2 FAMILY PLANNING MANAGEMENT Review meetings on Family Planning performance and initiatives at the district level

3 Bi-monthly meetings

10000

60,000

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FMR Code

Activity

Unit

Rate (Rs/Unit)

1 2

2 Sub-Total TERMINAL/LIMITING METHODS (Providing sterilization services in districts) Compensation for sterilization (Female) Compensation for sterilization NSV (male) Accreditation of NGOs / Voluntary Organizations for sterilization services Sub-Total SPACING METHOD IUC camps

No.of posts / units / quantity 5

Annual total (In/ Rupees) 6 60,000

A.3.1.4 A.3.1.5 A.3.1.6

Compensation Compensation Compensation

1000 1500 1500

25,000 500 -

2,50,00,000 7,50,000 2,57,50,000

3 A.3.2.1 A.3.2.2 A.3.3 A.3.5

IUD services at health facilities in district Sub-Total POL for Family Planning / POL Others Compensation to ASHA for Incentives 100% retention of IUD by clients Sub-Total Family Planning Total

10 camps per CHNC p.a. Incentives to health facility

2000 20 25000 100

18CHNCs 24,000 -2,930

36,000 4,80,000 5,16,000 3,00,000 2,93,000

5,93,000 2,69,19,000

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A4: ARSH Strategies & School Health Programme


A4.1 ARSH Strategies
Objectives: 1. Influencing the health seeking behaviour of the adolescents through existing Public health system and services & Achieving the following To provide services to all school going and out of the school children. Reducing the age at marriage. Reducing the teen age pregnancies To facilitate them in reducing the MMR and TFR. Reducing the incidence of nutrition related diseases eg: Anaemia. Reducing the incidence of STI RTI and HIV & AIDS in adolescents.

Gaps identified: Shortage of MOs and long standing vacancies in remote, difficult area health facilities. Continous vacancies of Specialist doctors. Fund flow is required timely Key Strategies of the programme:
FMR code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of Annual posts / total units / (In/Rupees) quantity 5 6 100 1,00,000

1 A.4.1

2 3 Fixed Day Health Clubs with Clinics Specialist Services & Consellers Swasthh: School Water and Sanitation towards Health & Hygiene A.4.1 Menstrual Hygiene A.4.1 TA & DA A.4.1 Vehicle decoration A.4.1 Hiring of the Vehicle / POL Total ARSH Total

100

10 100000 50000 50000

55000 -

5,50,000 1,00,000 50,000 50,000 8,50,000 8,50,000

A4.2 School Health Programme Objectives:


Early detection and care of students with health problems Development of healthy attitude and behaviour amongst the students Ensure a healthy environment for children at school Prevention of communicable diseases Increased learning capabilities because of good health and nutrition

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Situation Analysis and Current Status:


SN Coverage Planned coverage during 2010-11 3,660 3,34,695 Actual coverage during 2010-11 3,066 2,56,055 Planned coverage during 2011-12 (upto Nov-2011) 3,931 3,98,033 Actual coverage during 2011-12 (upto Nov-2011) 3,623 3,20,133

1 2

No. of schools No. of students

SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

Annual Health Screening Any level of anaemia Severe Anaemia Body Mass Index in the underweight range Body Mass index in the normal range Body Mass index in the overweight range Refractory errors Night blindness Other eye problems Ear discharge & Hearing problems Dental problems Skin problems Heart defects Other disabilities

No. detected 246 48 1600 98 1266 803 244 195 460

No. referred 48 1600 58 1266 803 244 195 460

Gaps identified: School Health & Edu. Recards are not yet filled by all coloums by concern persons Need to more publicity on this program at all levels Due to seviour shortage of MOs also program moving not upto the expected level Lack of sufficient drugs supply in time Lack of mobility support to PHC staff Due to various other programs this program is not given much importance Infrastructure gap at Dist. Co-ordinators office In time fund flow is required to sustain the program include IEC/BCC and Capacity Building activities. Periodical reviews are expected from Edu. & Health departments side. Key Strategies of the programme:
FMR code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of Annual posts / total units / (In/Rupees) quantity 5 6 7546 7,54,600 80 PHCs 3 22,40,000 2,25,000 32,19,600

1 A.4.2 A.4.2 A.4.2

2 Travel cost for referral (0.1% of all screened) School Health Program Mobility support to Medical Teams Specialist Camps at the Divisional level School Health Total

3 Mobility Mobility Camps

4 100.00 700 per week x 40 weeks 25000

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A5: Urban Health


Objectives:
To provide an integrated and sustainable system for primary health care services in the urban slum areas, with emphasis on preventing and controlling communicable diseases; To promote reproductive and child health among the urban population, especially the urban poor and the slum migrant population. To increase availability and utilization of Health Services in urban slum areas. To build up an effective referral system from the Urban Health Centres to the FRUs. To achieve 90% coverage of all pregnant women with comprehensive ante-natal services such as TT immunization, regular periodical check-up, administration of vitamin & iron supplements, counseling about nutrition, screening of high risk cases etc. To increase coverage of children upto 100% with immunization against the seven vaccine preventable diseases and administration of VitaminA. To bring an increase in the age at marriage of girls in the jurisdiction of the UHC to at least 18 years of age for at least 80% of the total marriages. To increase overall health awareness and better health-seeking-behaviour among the slum dwellers reflected in reduced morbidity pattern, better management of diarrhea and acute respiratory infections in children in the slum areas.

Gaps identified:
The Urban Health facilities may be run by the Govt. directly on par with PHCs Drugs budgets may be increased The population of Anantapur Dist. is 40,83,315 as per 2011 cences. Though the dist. is 2nd biggest in the state ,but the majority of the population is under BPL and facing continues droughts from past 150 years.In this circumstances the dist. needed more Govt. health facilities, particularly in urban pockets of Rayadurg, Dharmavaram , Gooty, Kadiri , Guntakal and Anantapur Timely fund flow is required

Key Strategies of the programme:


FMR code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of posts / units / quantity 5 19 57 19 19 57 19 19 19 19 19 Annual total (Rs/lakhs) 6 3,04,000 2,96,400 1,23,500 85,500 2,22,300 57,000 57,000 1,90,000 4,56,000 76,000 18,67,700

1 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5 A.5

2 Medical Officer ANMs (3) Laboratory Technician (1) Community Organizer (1) Assisting Staff (3) Project Coordinator to NGO (1) Contingencies Drugs & Consumables Community & Staff Training Rents, Water & Electricity charges Urban Health Total

3 Salary Salary Salary Salary Salary Salary Contingencies Drugs Training Others

4 16000 5200 6500 4500 3900 3000 3000 10000 24000 4000

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A6: Tribal Health

(No Tribal Health Component in Anantapur Dist. )

Objectives: To implement an integrated and sustainable system for primary health care services delivery in the nine ITDA areas. To provide, food & stay facility and compensation of loss of daily wages for the tribal pregnant women to encourage institutional deliveries by strengthening birth waiting homes. Strengthening of primary health centers by providing with necessary equipment in addition to those provided regularly to make 24 x 7 services effective. BCC & IEC in local tribal languages in to wean them from superstitious health seeking behavior. Inter department coordination, functional convergence with tribal welfare department, and WDCD departments and establishment of special Tribal health project monitoring units at The State and ITDA level. To encourage the MPHA (F) for conduction of deliveries in remote and unreached sub center areas. Provision of mobility to the PHC medical officers.

Situation Analysis and Current Status:

Gaps identified:

Key Strategies of the programme:


FMR code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) Annual No.of total posts / units / (Rs/lakhs) quantity 4 5 6 200 ___ no.of Tribal CHCs No.of visits -

1 A.6 A.6

2 3 Traveling for drop back the Transport patient at home Bi-monthly Specialist camps in Camps CHCs Emergency Visits to Hostels in Incentive Tribal Area by MO Tribal Health Total

55000

A.6

100

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A7: PNDT & Sex Ratio


Situation Analysis and Current Status:
SN 1 2 Sex Ratio General Sex Ratio 0-6 years Child sex Ratio 1981 census 949 1991 census 946 2001 census 958 959 2011 census 977 927

Lowest Sex-Ratio Mandals (10 to 15 mandal) as per 2001 Census with reasons
General sex ratio as per 2001 census 920 932 934 935 932 937 940 940 941 941 941 0-6 years child sex ratio as per 2001 census 952 946 959 960 939 955 962 961 959 953 949

SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Name of Mandal Rapthadu Lepakshi Pedda Vaduguru Ramagiri Penukonda Parigi Atmakuru C.K.Palli Nallamada Kanaganapalli PeddaPappur

Reasons for low Sex ratio --

SN 1 2 3 4 5

6 7

Type of facility Genetic Counselling Centres Genetic Laboratories Genetic Clinics Ultra Sound Clinics / Imaging Centers Jointly as Genetic Counselling Centre / Genetic Laboratory / Genetic Clinic or any combination thereof Mobile Clinics (Vehicle) Other Bodies like IVF Centers/Infertility Cure Centers/Fertility Centers etc., using Equipments/Techniques capable of making sex selection before or after conception Fertility Clinics Total

Registrations -

Renewals -

Cancellation -

Suspensions -

100 -

66 -

100

66

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Case Details
SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 Case details Prosecutions in 2007 Prosecutions in 2008 Prosecutions in 2009 Prosecutions in 2010 Prosecutions in 2011 Total Prosecutions No cases filed against the clinics Identified By NIMC Convictions in 2007 Convictions in 2008 Convictions in 2009 Convictions in 2010 Convictions in 2011 Total Convictions Imprisonment Fine/ imprisonment Fine Number of Doctors convicted Cases in Appeal Cases Closed/ disposed Remarks -

Action Taken against the Doctors


SN 1 2 Case details No. of Doctors whose licenses got Cancelled No. of Doctors whose licenses got Suspended

Remarks

FIR Details
SN 1 FIR Filed 2 Arrests Case details Remarks -

Details of Machines sealed & De-sealed / Released


SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Case details Machine sealed 2007 Machine sealed 2008 Machine sealed 2009 Machine sealed 2010 Machine sealed 2011 Total Machine sealed Machine de-sealed 2007 Machine de-sealed 2008 Machine de-sealed 2009 Machine de-sealed 2010 Machine de-sealed 2011 Total machines De-sealed / Released Remarks -

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Budget proposed for PC&PNDT for 2012-13


FMR code Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of posts / units / quantity 5 1 1 Annual total (Rs/lakhs) 6 1,20,000 1,20,000 12,000 3,00,000 1 1 100 6 meetings 20,000 40,000 15,000 50,000 6,000 6,83,000

1 A.7.1 A.7.1.1 A.7.1.2 A.7.1.3 A.7.2 A.7.2.1 A.7.2.2

2 Support to PNDT cell Legal Consultant (Part time) Computer Operator Contingency Other PNDT activities IEC activities Monitoring Sex ratio at birth places a) Survey b) Inspections c) Search & Seizure procedure d) Usage of Decoy customers (2 persons @ 250 each) District Advisory committee meetings Total

3 Salary Salary IEC Survey per quarter Per quarter

4 10000 10000 1000 300000 5000 10000 15000 500

A.7.2.3

Meetings p.a.

1000

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A8: Infrastructure & Human Resources


FMR code 1 A.8.1.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Activity 2 ANMs and Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Staff Nurses Second ANMs Name of the scheme 3 CEMONC 24x7 PHC SNCU in Other area SNCU in Teaching Hospitals SNCU in Tribal area NBSU Tribal Health Vulnerable groups Second ANM Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 12910 12910 12910 12910 12910 12910 12910 12910 10200 No.of posts proposed 5 18 46 0 12 0 11 0 0 468 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 27,88,560 71,26,320 0 18,59,040 0 17,04,120 0 0 5,72,83,200 7,07,61,240 0 1,08,000 0 1,08,000 38000 45000 50000 1000 50000 40000 90000 45000 -7 1 0 6500 no. of C-sections 0 4 0 0 0 31,92,000 5,40,000 0 65,00,000 0 19,20,000 0 0 1,21,52,000 0

ANMs and Staff Nurses Sub. Total

A.8.1.2 Laboratory Technicians a) Lab Technician b) c)

A.8.1.3 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) A.8.1.4 A.8.1.5 a) A.8.1.6

SNCU in Other area Lab Technician SNCU in Teaching Hospitals Lab Technician SNCU in Tribal area Laboratory Technicians Sub.Total Specialists Specialist in Small towns CEMONC Specialist Remote & Interior CEMONC rural areas Specialist Tribal areas CEMONC Honorarium to Anesthetist CEMONC for conducting C-Sections Pediatricians SNCU in Other area Pediatricians SNCU in Teaching Hospitals Pediatricians SNCU in Tribal area Specialist Services Tribal Health Specialists Sub. Total PHNs at CHC/ PHC level -Medical Officers at PHCs and CHCs Medical Officer Vulnerable groups Additional Allowances/ Incentives to MOs of PHCs -and CHCs

9000 9000 9000

0 1 0

30000 2500

0 12 MOs in remote PHCs to perform

3,60,000

31

FMR code 1

Activity 2

Name of the scheme 3

Rate (Rs/Unit) 4

No.of posts proposed 5 delivaries above 25 P.M.

Annual total (In/Rupees) 6

A.8.1.7

Others - Computer Assistants/ BCC Coordinator etc. a) Salaries t o Theatre Assistants b) Contingent Workers c) Data entry operator

CEMONC

6700 4900 9500 6700 6700 9500 6700 6700 9500 6700 6700

16 76 0 0 0 1 3 3 0 0 0

12,86,400 44,68,800 0 0 0 1,14,000 2,41,200 2,41,200 0 0 0 63,51,600

d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k)

24x7 PHC SNCU in Other area Support Staff SNCU in Other area Security SNCU in Other area Data entry operator SNCU in Teaching Hospitals Support Staff SNCU in Teaching Hospitals Security SNCU in Teaching Hospitals Data entry operator SNCU in Tribal area Support Staff SNCU in Tribal area Security SNCU in Tribal area Others - Computer Assistants/ BCC Coordinator etc. Sub. Total

A.8.1.8

Incentive/ Awards etc. to SN, ANMs etc.

1000

36 S/Ns in remote PHCs to perform delivaries above 25 P.M.

4,32,000

A.8.1.9

A.8.1.10

Human Resources Development (Other than above) Other Incentives Schemes (Pl. Specify) Special performance based incentives for MO, SN, ANMs for conducting deliveries above base line of 10 cases Cash award for best performing MO/SN/ANMs Rs 4000/each selected from

--0 0

Tribal Health 200 Tribal Health 12000 0 0 ____ Tribal PHCs x 10 0

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FMR code 1

Activity 2 each CHNC For ensuring Hospital delivery and to stay in Birth waiting Homes(BWH) for 5 days for ANCs a) Incentives for MCH services beyond benchmarks: PHCs in High Focus Districts b) Incentives for MCH services beyond benchmarks: CHCs in High Focus Districts c) Incentives for MCH services beyond benchmarks: Area Hospitals in High Focus Districts Sub Total of Other Incentives Schemes Grand Total of Infrastructure & HR

Name of the scheme 3 Tribal Health

Rate (Rs/Unit) 4

No.of posts proposed 5 ____ expected births in BWH 25 no.of PHCs 5 no.of CHCs 6 no.of AHs

Annual total (In/Rupees) 6

100 High Focus Districts High Focus Districts High Focus Districts

2000 5000

50,000 25,000

7500

45,000 1,20,000 9,02,84,840

33

A9: Trainings
Training Situation :
No.of MOs, Staff Nurses, ANMs and ASHA with training status
SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Type of training MEDICAL OFFICERS Induction Training BEMOC EMOC LSAS SBA Trained NSSK Trained Basic IMNCI F-IMNCI ARSH IUCD RTI/STI NSV DPL MTP Minilap Cold chain Training Malaria RNTCP NLEP HIV/AIDS STAFF NURSES SBA Trained NSSK Trained Basic IMNCI F-IMNCI ARSH IUCD RTI/STI MTP Minilap Cold chain Training Malaria RNTCP NLEP HIV/AIDS ANM / MPHA(F) SBA Trained NSSK Trained Basic IMNCI ARSH IUCD RTI/STI Cold chain Training Malaria RNTCP NLEP No. working 80 11 15 10 98 181 80 80 80 80 18 80 98 120 02 98 275 206 275 275 80 80 80 80 80 586 586 586 586 586 586 586 No. completed training 12 72 53 9 51 10 3 10 120 1 80 10 151 100 39 26 10 32 10 125 52 37 586 No. on training 24 -

34

11 1 2 3 4 5 6 7

HIV/AIDS ASHAs Training in modules 1-5 Training in modules 6&7 Menstrual Hygiene Malaria RNTCP NLEP HIV/AIDS

586 2930 2930 2930 2930

153 2930 -

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A10: Programme Management


FMR code Activity Mode of appointment Rate (Rs/Unit) No.of posts / units / quantity 5 1 1 1 1 2 3 3 Annual total (Rs/lakhs) 6 3,60,000 2,64,000 1,98,000 1,32,000 1,60,800 7,20,000 1,80,000

1 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2 A.10.2

2 District Program Management Unit District Project Officer District School Health Coordinator IMNCI Coordinator Asst. District Project Officer Accountant MIS Assistant Computer Assistant Office Subordinate Hiring of vehicles Administrative Overheads

3 Deputation Deputation Deputation Contractual Contractual Contractual Contractual Contractual Hiring Net Charges ,Stationory & other Consumables

4 30,000 22,000 16,500 11,000 6,700 20,000 5,000

A.10.3 A.10.3 A.10.7

A.10.4 A.10.4 A.10.7 A.10.4

District Program Management Unit Sub.Total Community Health & Nutrition Clusters (CHNC) MIS Assistant Accounts Assistant Hiring of vehicle Community Health & Nutrition Clusters (CHNC) Sub.Total Project Management Unit for ITDA Areas ITDA Program Manager Supporting Staff Hiring of vehicles Administrative Overheads Total

20,14,800

Contractual Contractual Hiring

8,000 8,000 20,000

17,28,000 17,28,000 43,20,000 77,76,000

Contractual Contractual Hiring -

30,000 8,400 20,000 -

1 1 1 -

97,90,800

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BUDGET ABSTRACT FOR RCH FLEXIBLE POOL 2012-13


( In Rupees )

S.No.
A. 1 A.1.1 A.1.1 A.1.1 A.1.1 A. 2 A. 3 A.3.1 A.3.2 A.3.3 A.3.4 A4 A4.1 A4.2

Activity
Maternal Health 24X7 MCH Centres Janani Suraksha Yojana Maternal Death Review Janani Sisu Suraksha Karyakramam Maternal Health Sub. Total Child Health Family Planning Family Planning Management Terminal/Limiting Methods Spacing Methods POL for Family Planning/Others Family Planning Sub. Total ARSH Strategies & School Health Programme ARSH Strategies A4.2 School Health Programme

Praposed Budget
0 2,37,77,500 30,000 1,00,00,000 3,38,07,500 42,99,500 60,000 2,57,50,000 5,16,000 5,93,000 2,69,19,000 8,50,000 32,19,600

ARSH Strategies & School Health Programme Sub. Total

40,69,600 18,67,700 6,83,000 7,07,61,240 1,08,000 1,21,52,000 0 0 3,60,000 63,51,600 4,32,000 0 1,20,000 9,02,84,840 0 20,14,800 77,76,000 0 97,90,800

A. 5 A. 6 A. 7 A. 8 A. 8.1.1 A. 8.1.2 A. 8.1.3 A. 8.1.4 A. 8.1.5 A. 8.1.6 A. 8.1.7 A. 8.1.8 A. 8.1.9 A. 8.1.10 A .9 A. 10 A. 10.1 A. 10.2 A. 10.3

Urban Health Sub. Total Tribal Health ( No Tribal Health Program ) PCPNDT & Sex Ratio Infrastructure & Human Resources ANMs and Staff Nurses Laboratory Technicians Specialists PHN at CHC/PHC level Medical Officers at CHC/PHC level Addl. Allowances /Incentives to MOs of PHCs / CHCs Other Computer Asst.s/BCC Coordinators Incentives/Awards etc., to SNs , ANMs HRD other than above Other Incentive Schemes Infrastructure & Human Resources Sub. Total Trainings Prorgam Management District Program Management CHNCs Project Management for ITDA Prorgam Management Sub. Total

Grand Total of RCH FLEXIBLE POOL 2012-13

17,17,21,940

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A11:

Vulnerable Groups

Situation Analysis and Current Status:

Gaps identified:

Key Strategies of the programme:

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PART B

Mission Flexible Pool

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B - MISSION FLEXI POOL


B.1 ASHA:
ASHA Incentives: The rural Anantapur district consists of 1001 Gram Panchayats, 957 Revenue Villages and 3411 Habitations. 2930 ASHAs have been positioned during the first three years of the Mission as Health Resource Persons, who constitute the first call of the community for all maternal and child health services, disease prevention and health promotion activities. Of the 2930 ASHAs, 2683 are in the rural areas, nil in the tribal areas and 247 in the peri-urban / urban areas of the district. ASHA will be rewarded for good performance on the maternal and child health and disease prevention front. The best ASHA will be identified for each PHC, Community Health and Nutrition Cluster, district and state levels and will be rewarded with cash grant at the annual Health Day. Any ASHA failing to ensure cent per cent ANCs, PNCs, Immunization, and failure to take measures to prevent and report any case of IMR / MMR will be censured, including removal if the failure is gross or willful. The details of budget requirement for the payment of incentives under Maternal Health to ASHAs are as follows: Expected No. of Pregnant women to be registered Expected No. of live births Expected No. of Institutional deliveries Expected No. of Inst. deliveries in Govt. hospitals Expected No. of Private accredited hospitals Expected No. of Home Deliveries Expected No. of PNC cases 83,919 76,277 74,751 29,900 42,623 2,228 76,277

Expected no.of BPL cases Expected No. of BPL Pregnant women to be registered Expected No. of BPL ANC cases Expected No. of BPL Inst. deliveries in Govt. hospitals Expected No. of BPL Private accredited hospitals Expected No. of BPL PNC cases 68,649 75,527 20,993 12,766 68,649

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Budget proposed for ASHA activities 2012-13


FMR Code 1 1 Activity 2 ASHA Incentives Registration of early pregnancy Completion of 4 ANCs and ensuring TT & IFA tablets Postnatal Care & Newborn care for mother and neonate Referral of Post-Partum Complication to a CEMONC centre Providing health and nutrition counseling to the parents and family members in close coordination with the Anganwadi worker and ensuring the child completes 12 months of age in a health state Referral of Severely Acute Malnutrition cases to Nutrition Rehabilitation Centres &follow-up Maternal Death Reporting to Sub centre & PHC Infant Death Reporting to Sub Centre and PHC Organization of Monthly Village Health & Nutrition Day Incentives to the ASHA for promoting Institutional delivery in tribal areas Reporting of new born child with birth weight of less than 2,000 grams to the sub-centre and PHC (Rs 25); and follow-up progress on weekly basis in coordination with Anganwadi until the weight-for-age stabilizes Total Best ASHA Awards PHC Level Best Performer Cluster Level Best Performer District Level Best Performer Total ASHA Day review & others ASHA Conventions Providing Saree to ASHAs (2 sarees) Total ASHA Total Unit 3 Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives 50 76,277 38,13,850 Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 30 120 150 50 No.of units / quantity 5 83,919 83,919 76,277 11,441 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 25,17,570 1,00,70,280 1,14,41,550 5,72,050

B1.1.3.a

B1.1.3.d B1.1.3.e B1.1.3.f

Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives Incentives

50 50 50 50 600

2,288 50 365 2683 rurl ASHAsX 12 months -

1,14,400 2,500 18,250 16,09,800 -

100

1,750

1,75,000

3,03,55,250 Awards Awards Awards 1000 2000 5000 80 18 1 0.80 0.36 0.05 1.21 0.96 11.72 12.68 3,16,23,250

2 B1.1.4.b B1.1.4.c B1.1.4.d 3 B1.1.4.f B1.1.4.f

Conventions Saree

100 200

960 Conventions 5860 Units

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B.2

Village Health and Sanitation Committee:


Activity Cumulative Achievements so far 957 1001 1001 1001

No. of Revenue Villages No. of Gram Panchayats Number of Village Health & Sanitation committees constituted No. of Joint Account opened

Budget proposed for VHSC Strengthening 2012-11


FMR code 1 B2.4 B8.3 Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 10000 10000 No.of VHSCs proposed 5 1001 18 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 100.10 1.80 101.90

2 Cash Grant of Rs 10,000 for each Gram Panchayats Awards for best performance (No.of CHNCs x Rs.10,000/-) Total

3 1 1

B.3

Untied Funds: (In/Rupees)


Facility level Number of facilities 586 80 11 1 Total amount released so far 58.60 20.00 5.50 0 Total amount utilized 0 0 0 0 Unspent balance 58.60 20.00 5.50 0

Untied Fund for SCs Untied Fund for PHCs Untied Fund for CHCs Untied Fund for DH

NOTE: Budget under HDS, AMG, Untied funds for 2011 12 has been received by this office on 20.12.2011. The distribution of funds to the health facilities is under progress

Budget proposed for Untied Funds - 2012-13


FMR Code 1 B2.1 B2.2 B2.3 Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 50000 25000 10000 No.of centres 5 11 80 586 677 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 5.50 20.00 58.60 84.10

2 Community Health Centers Primary Health Centres Sub Centres Total

1 1 1

B.4 Annual Maintenance Grants: 2011-12 (In/Rupees)


Facility level Number of facilities 282 55 11 Total amount released so far 28.20 27.50 11.00 Total amount utilized Unspent balance 28.20 27.50 11.00 -

AMG for SCs AMG for PHCs AMG for CHCs AMG for DH

42

SN 1 2 3

Type Facility Sub Centres Primary Health Centres Community Health Officeer

No. of facilities 586 80 11

No. of facilities functioning in Govt. Building 282 66 11

Budget proposed for Annual Maintenance Grants - 2012-13


FMR Code 1 B.3.1 B.3.2 B.3.3 Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 100000 50000 10000 No.of Govt. buildings 5 11 80 293 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 11.00 40.00 29.30 80.30

2 Community Health Officeer Primary Health Centres Sub Centres Total

3 11 80 293 *

* During 2011 12 11 S/cs have been constructed so that as on today 293 S/cs are having Govt. Buildings.

B.5

Rogi Kalyan Samithies:

Budget proposed for HDS - 2012-13


FMR Code 1 B6.1 B6.2 B6.3 B6.4 Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 500000 100000 100000 100000 No.of facilities 5 1 11 80 6 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 5.00 11.00 80.00 6.00 102.00

2 District Headquarters Hospitals Community Health Officer Primary Health Centres Area Hospitals Total

1 1 1 1

B.6

HEALTH CARE INFRASTRUCTURE:

Sub-centre wise Building status and priority for construction of Sub-centre building
S N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Name of the Subcentre Korivipalli Godduvelugula Kadiridevarapalli Bandameedapalli Karakumukkala Nidragatta Kodipalli Muthuvakunta Venkatampalli Nakkanadoddi New construction / dilapidated New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction Remarks for priority (priority should be given to Tribal facilities) -

Name of the PHC Tarimela Gandlapenta Kambadur Kundurpi P.Kottalapalli Hemavathi Agali Kanaganapalli Nagasamudram

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11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25

Gudibanda

Rolla Amarapuram Kokkanti N.P.Kunta Talupula OD Cheruvu Vajrakarur

Morubagal Maddanakunta Muthukur Gudduguriki Hotte betta Maddanakunta Halukuru Gane naik Thanda C.G.Project Pedaballi Daniyancheruvu Vepamanipeta Kurli Eddulavaripalli Ganjikunta

New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction New Construction

PHC wise Building status and priority for construction of PHC building
SN Name of the CHNC Name of the PHC New construction / dilapidated Remarks for priority (priority should be given to Tribal facilities) - 66 - 12

Total PHCs functioning in Govt. Buildings Vide Go.Ms.No:345 of HM&FW (D2 ),Dated 09.12.2010 Sanctioned 12 PHCs for construction in the Dist. all are Under progress

Vide Lr.No.JTO/NRHM/Buildings/2008-09 , Dated 14.07.2011 of the DPH&FW ,Hyd. With ref. Rc.No.88/SPMU/NRHM/2011 ,Dated 29.06.2011 Sanctioned 2 PHCs for construction in the Dist. all are Under process

- 02

CHC wise Building status and priority for construction of CHC building
S N 1 2 3 4 5 Name of the CHNC Kanekal Konakondla Kalyandurg Uravakonda Nallamada Name of the CHC Kanekal Konakondla Kalyandurg Uravakonda Nallamada Remarks for priority (priority should be given to Tribal facilities)

New construction / dilapidated Reconstructionisrequiredasthe oldoneissunken Repairs&Extensionisrequired accordingCHCnormsbecause previouslyitwasUPHC RequiredExtension& Rennovations Extensionisrequired(3rooms) Repairs&Extensionisrequired accordingCHCnorms

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Budget proposed for the Construction of Health Facility buildings - 2012-13


FMR Code 1 B5.3 B5.2 B5.1 Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 900000 4000000 7500000 500000 No.of Annual buildings total proposed (In/Rupees) 5 6 25 1 10 225.00 75.00 50.00 350.00

2 Sub Centres (propose only 20 to 25 only) Primary Health Centres (propose only 5 to 7 only) Community Health Centres Others (if any) Extension building is required in 10 PHCs for AYUSH dispensaries Total

3 Construction Construction Construction Construction

B.7
FMR Code

SALARY TO NURSE PRACTITIONER


Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 12910 No.of posts 5 Annual total (In/Rupees) 6 -

1 2 B.18.2 Salaries of Nurse Practitioners

3 Salary

Note: There are no Nurse Practitioners in the Dist.

B.8
FMR Code 1 B9.1 B9.2 B9.2

MAINSTREAMING OF AYUSH
Activity Unit Rate (Rs/Unit) 4 18030 9200 6700 No.of posts Annual total (In/Rupees) 5 6 31 67,07,160 39 43,05,600 43 34,57,200 1,44,69,960

2 AYUSH Medical Officers AYUSH Compounders AYUSH S.N.Os Total

3 Salary Salary Salary

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BUDGET ABSTRACT FOR MISSION FLEXIBLE POOL-2012-13


(In/Rupees) Budget proposed 2012-13 3,03,55,250 1,21,000 96,000 11,72,000 1,00,10,000 58,60,000 20,00,000 5,50,000 29,30,000 40,00,000 11,00,000 80,00,000 11,00,000 6,00,000 5,00,000 3,50,00,000 00.00 1,44,70,000 11,78,64,250

SN 1

Activity Strengthening the Role of ASHA

a) ASHA Performance Based Incentives b) Best ASHA Awards c) ASHA Conventions d) Providing Saree to ASHAs (2 sarees) 2 3 Village Health Sanitation Committees Untied funds

a) Sub Centres b) Primary Health Centres c) Community Health Officeer 4 Annual Maintenance Grants a) Sub Centres b) Primary Health Centres c) Community Health Officeer 5 Hospital Development Societies (HDS) a) Primary Health Centres b) Community Health Officeer c) Area Hospitals d) District Headquarters Hospitals 6 7 8 Construction of Health Facility Buildings Salaries of Nurse Practitioners Mainstreaming of AYUSH Mission Flexible Pool Total

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PART C

Immunization Activities

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C IMMUNIZATION ACTIVITIES
Objective:
To reduce the drop-outs. To achieve 100% coverage in all VPDs Ensure regular supply of Vitamin-A. Surveillance of VPDs To improve reporting of AEFI cases

C.1.

Details of pregnant women and children : SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 Beneficiaries Pregnant Women 0 to 1 year Infants 1-2 years children 5 years children 10 years children 16 years children Target 2011-12 83919 76277 66444 67174 70436 79830

2010-11 84677 75043 63715 93208 117289 84744

2012-13 100707 80090 79733 80608 84523 95796

C.2 SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

Details of Routine Immunization Sessions : Routine Immunization Sessions Total Sessions planned Total Sessions Held No. of Outreach Sessions No. of Fixed site sessions No. of Sessions in Urban Areas No. of Sessions in Rural Areas No. of sessions in hard to reach areas No. of session with hired vaccinators* No. of hired vaccinators* No. of villages where sessions are held monthly No. of villages (smaller) where sessions are held on alternate months No. of villages where sessions are held quarterly 3411 411 3411 2010-11 40832 39492 3411 5856 332 39492 3411 411 3411 2011-12 40832 39492 3411 5856 332 39492 3411 411 3411 2012-13 40832 40832 3411 5856 352 39492

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Existing Support to the States Sl No Item Stock (functional as on 30.11.11) 2 5 49 68 1 11 32 75 54 63 4668 14588 1 1 Requirement 2010-11 2011-12 Remarks

2009-10

1 a

e f g h

Cold Chain Equipments Walk-in-Coolers -32 Cu.M. CFC NCFC Walk-in-Coolers - 16.5 Cu.M CFC NCFC Walk-in-Freezers 32 Cu.M CFC NCFC Walk-in-Freezer - 16.5 Cu.M. CFC NCFC Ice-Lined Refrigerator (Large) CFC NCFC Ice-Lined Refrigerator (Small) CFC NCFC Deep Freezers (Large) CFC NCFC Deep Freezers (Small) CFC NCFC Cold Boxes (Large) Cold Boxes (Small) Vaccine carriers Ice Pcks Vaccine Vans (Large) Vaccine Vans (Medium) Vaccine Vans (Small)

15 10 10 200 100 2000 50000 2 2 2

15 10 10 200 100 2000 50000 2 2 2

15 10 10 200 100 2000 50000 2 2 2

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Requirement Remarks Stock (functional as on 30.11.11) Vaccine stock and requirement (including 25% wastage and 25% buffer) 2 a) TT 38,270 2,90,000 2,90,000 3,00,000 b) BCG 20,910 1,45,000 1,50,000 1,50,000 c) OPV 5,80 3,40,000 3,50,000 3,60,000 d) DPT 29,430 2,60,000 3,60,000 3,60,000 e) MEASLES 4,500 1,00,000 1,00,000 1,20,000 f) Hep B 230 2,10,000 2,10,000 2,80,000 g) JE (Routine) 3 Syringes including wastage of 10% and 25 % buffer a) 0.1 ml 27,700 85,000 90,000 90,000 b) 0.5 ml 5,36,000 7,00,000 8,00,000 10,00,000 c) Reconstitution Syringes 700 35,000 35,000 35000 196 4 Hub Cutters *Note: DPT is to be given instead of DT at 5 yrs once the current stock of DT Vaccine is exhausted Sl No Item

Coverage of all antigens during 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2011-12 (up to Nov.2011) S N 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Antigen BCG OPV 0 dose Hepatitis 0 dose OPV 1st dose DPT 1st dose Hepatitis 1st dose OPV 2nd dose DPT 2nd dose Hepatitis 2nd dose OPV 3rd dose DPT 3rd dose Hepatitis 3rd dose Measles Vitamin-A DPT Booster OPV Booster DT 5 years JE vaccine 2009-10 83,335 62,506 62,083 86,284 86,284 85,052 85,430 85,430 84,209 84,584 84,584 83,376 82,938 82,938 82,109 89,089 2010-11 76,644 68,316 68,278 79,212 79,212 79,212 78,428 7,8428 78,428 77,651 77,651 77,651 76,390 76,390 75,626 65,590 2011-12 (upto Nov2011) 51,782 46,916 46,749 51,166 51,166 47,688 50,659 50,659 47,216 50,158 50,158 46,749 49,989 41,606 41,190 34,954 -

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VPD reports SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 VPD Diptneria Pertusis Neo-Natal Tetanus Tetanus (Other) Measles Polio-P1 Polio-P3 2009-10 Cases 38 Deaths 2010-11 Cases 81 Deaths 2011-12 upto Nov-2011 Cases Deaths 66 -

Detailed Status of Infrastructure of Public Health System SN Facility Sanctioned No. functioning 586 80 11 6 1 GGH - 1 685 With functioning cold chain equipment 73 11 6 1 GGH - 1 678 Proposed expansion (no.of facilities) 7 7

1 2 3 4 5 6

Sub-centre PHC CHC Area Hospital District Hospital Other hospitals (If any) Total

586 80 11 6 1 GGH - 1 685

C.3 Action Plan


1) FMR code Monitoring support for supervisory visits: Objective Details Annual budget (in/Rupees) 96,000

C.1.a Mobility support for district level officers (includes POL & Maintenance of vehicle) per annum 2) FMR code 1 2 Cold Chain Maintenance: Objective Maintenance of Cold Chain at district level Maintenance of cold chain equipments

POL support @ Rs.96,000/- per DIO per annum

Details

Annual budget (in/Rupees) 10,000 49,500

Rs.10,000/- per annum @Rs.500/- per CHC/ PHC /AH/DH/GGH (Rs.500/- x 99 no.of centres) Total

59,500 51

3)

Slums and Underserved areas

The population living in the urban slums in the district is 2,55,608 as per Census 2011. This population has increased substantially in the recent past due to settlement of the migratory population here and there in the District. The population keeps on shifting from place to place as per urban development plans. ANMs will be hired @ Rs.300/- per session for four-sessions/ month/ slum and Rs. 200/- will be paid per month as contingency. Thus, Rs.1400/- per month per slum will be paid for RS.16, 800 slum areas with population of 10,000 each FMR code Annual budget (in/Rupees)

Objective

Details Hiring of ANMs @ Rs.300/- per session for 4 sessions per month per slum of 10,000 populations and @ Rs.200/- per month as contingency per slum (21 slum area x 1400 x 12)

C.1.g Hiring of ANMs for Immunization sessions in the slum and underserved areas.

3,52,800

4)

Mobilization of Children by ASHA / Mobilizers

The ASHA will be paid Rs.150/- per session for four sessions per month for mobilizing the children to the immunization session site as per GOI guidelines. FMR code Objective Details Rs.150/- per session for 4 sessions per month for 586 sub-centres will be paid to the ASHA for mobilizing children (586 Sub-centres x 4 sessions x Rs.150 x 12 months) Annual budget (in/Rupees)

C.1.h The children will be mobilized to the immunization site by the ASHA

42,19,200

5)

Alternative Vaccine Delivery

It is proposed that Rs. 50/- per immunization session be spent for four sessions every month/ each sub centre for 2465 sub centres in the State i.e. Rs. 200/- per sub centre per month for alternative vaccine delivery. FMR code C.1.i Objective Vaccine Delivery to the Immunization sites Details Rs. 50/- per immunization session for 4 sessions every month / each sub centre for 586 sub centres (586 Sub-centres x 4 sessions x Rs.50 x 12 months) Annual budget (in/Rupees) 14,06,400

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Computer literate manpower Support for Computer Assistant for RI reporting (with Annual Increment of 10%) at District level. FMR code Objective Details Annual budget (in/Rupees)

6)

C.2.b Continuation of one Post of One Computer Assistant at Computer Assistant on consolidated salary of Rs.11,000/contract basis for pm x 12 months computerization and monitoring of Routine Immunization data 7) FMR code 1 Review Meetings Objective Quarterly review & feedback meeting exclusive for RI at district level with one SPHO, ICDS and other stake holder @ Rs. 100/- per participants per meeting expenses (lunch, organizational expenses) Trainings Objective District level orientation training for 2 days ANM, MPHW (M), LHV, Health Assistant (M/F), Nurse Mid Wives & other specialist (as per RCH norms) Details For 5000 workforce, 200 batches are required @ Rs.50,000 per batch as per RCH norms. i.e. Rs.50,000/- x 200 Total Trainable Staff 1600 Details Approximate 20 participants per district for 4 meetings (Rs.100 x 4 meeting x 20)

1,32,000

Annual budget (in/Rupees)

8000

8) FMR code 1

Annual budget (in/Rupees)

32,00,000

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9)

Others (in any)

Budget proposed for Immunization activities for 2012-13


SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Activity Monitoring support for supervisory visits: Cold Chain Maintenance: Slums and Underserved areas Mobilization of Children by ASHA Alternative Vaccine Delivery Computer literate manpower Review Meetings Trainings Others (if any) Total 94,73,900 Budget proposed (In/Rupees) 96,000 59,500 3,52,800 42,19,200 14,06,400 1,32,000 8,000 32,00,000

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Budget Abstract for 2012-13 (in Rupees) SN 1 2 3 Intervention RCH Flexible Pool Mission Flexible Pool Immunization activities Total Budget proposed for 2012-13 17,17,21,940 11,78,64,250 94,73,900 29,90,60,090

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Tables

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Table-1: Status of Block-wise (CHNC) Availability of Health Facilities


No.of SCs 39 24 42 17 18 22 18 32 15 50 27 25 48 40 27 44 48 50 586 No.of PHCs 4 3 6 3 2 3 4 4 3 5 5 4 5 7 3 5 6 8 80 No.of CHCs 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 No.of AHs 1 1 1 1 1 1 6 No.of AYUSH facilities 8 3 7 7 0 4 4 3 5 7 4 3 5 7 3 8 10 8 96 No.of Other Govt. Hospitals GGH - 1 DH - 1 2

SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Name of the CHNC Anantapur Singanamala Tadipatri Gooty Pamidi Konakondla Uravakonda Dharmavaram C.K.Palli Kalynadurg Kanekal Rayadurg Penukonda Nallamada Tanakal Kadiri Hindupur Madakasira TOTAL

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Table-2: Block-wise (CHNC) PHCs and Sub-centre with Population


S.No. Name of the CHNC Name of the PHC
PHC Building Status (Govt./Pvt.)

Name of the Sub Centre


Atmakur Talupur Thopudurthi Sanapa B. Yaleru Muttala P. Yaleru Alamur Kurugunta Kandukur Akuthotapalli Itikilapalli Rachanipalli Rudrampeta A.Narayanapuram Upparapalli Poolakunta Taticherla Rapthadu GondiReddipalli Maruru

CHNC Extension Unit is established at GGH, Anantapur (Administrative Cluster)

Atmakur ( Anantapur Rural Mandal attache d to PHC Atmakur

Subcentre Population 7706 6576 4294 3952 4662 4133 4702 6578 4839 4163 5809 5470 14074 10386 9796 4408 5479 5609 6595 4119 5486 5213 5670 3063 4790 6392 4725 4160 4849 6966 5321 3426 4174 7818 4971 4469 5163 4427 4463 4321 4415 4857 5314 4610 6632 4110 5052 4607 4693 3402

Subcentre Building Status (Govt./Pvt.) Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt.

Govt

Rapthadu

Govt

M.B. Palli Bukkacherla Palacherla Bommeparthi Kudair Ipperu Jallipalli

Kudair

Govt

Marutla Karutlapalli Cholasamudram Korrakodu Gotkur

B.K.Samudram

B.K.Samudram Siddarampuram Janthaluru Vadiyampeta Regadikothur Kondapuram Tarimela Rachapalli

Govt

2
CHNC Singanamala

Akuledu

Tarimela

Korivipalli

Govt

Singanamala E.Sodanapalli Salakamcheruvu Peravali Kallumaddi

Korr apad u

Govt

Korrapadu Venkatapuram

58

Channampalli RekulKunta Rotarypuram K.K.Agraharam Narpala Sulthanpeta Chamaluru

Nayanipalli

Govt

B.Pappuru Bandlapalli Gugudu Kuruganipalli Bondalawada

Thimmam Yellanur palli

Yellanur

Govt

Achuthapuram Vennapusapalli 85 Nitturu Thimmampalli Singavaram Bukkapuram Kalluru Putlur Garuguchinthalapalli Sanagalagudur

Govt

A.Kondapuram

Govt

Ranganayanipalli Ramalingaiah Palli Yellutla Kadavakal Chukkaluru Igaduru Peddapolamada

6529 4889 4335 5905 7776 8119 6231 5370 5412 4862 4692 4074 5021 5852 3046 3616 3328 5939 5430 4487 4212 4533 5507 5111 4985 3495 3603 4522 5294 4264 3715 5160 7176 6402 5823 5325 5348 6229 5373 5672 7323 4999 5773 7098 5142 5322 3464 5294 5276 4980 5499 6040 4823 4598

Ravi Venkatampalli

Govt

Venkatampalli Aluru Venganur Venkatareddypalli Kaveti Samudram Veerapuram Yadiki (N) Yadiki (S) 23/2 Nitturu Obulapuram

Govt

Rayalacheruvu Nagarur Lakshumpalli P. Vengannapalli Thirunampalli

Peddapappur

Govt

Peddapappur Chagallu Jutur Ammaladinne Narasapuram Peddayakkalur

Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt.

CHNC Tadipatri

Yadiki

Chukkaluru

Putlur

Narpala

59

Devuniuppalapadu Bethapalli Karidikonda

Kothapeta

Govt

Rajapuram Mamudur Chetnepalli Bramhanapalli Jakkalacheruvu

Peddavadugur Lakshumpalli

Govt

Chitturu Dimmagudi Midathur Kristipadu

Kristipadu

4763 4142 4821 4696 4973 4177 4442 3548 5496 9971 4992 7016 4100 5048 5147 4285 5996 3757 7907 4380 5369 4991 11619 9441 6304 5849 5376 6439 4093 6120 4484 4473 4998 2883 4245 4258 5070 4241 6043 5305 6246 4981 7029 4590 4891 4714 10051 4928 3095 4124 7598 4995 2966 4482 7015

Govt

Appecherla Chinthalacheruvu Burnakunta Eddulapalli Ramagiri

Running in S/c Building New PHC Building under construction

Khaderpeta Gajarampalli Pamidi (N) Pamidi (S) Palyam P.Kondapuram Garladinne Kalluru Illuru

MPR Dam

Govt

Koppalakonda Yerragunta Marthadu Kotanka Kanumpalli P.Kallur

6
Nagasamudram

Nagasamudram Venkatampalli Nelagonda G.Kottala P.K.Cheruvu Kasapuram Nakkanadoddi Dosaludiki Y.T.Cheruvu Molakalapenta Konakondla Chayapuram

Govt

Running in old dispensary, the new PHC building under construction

Kamalapadu Ganjikunta Vajrakarur V.P.P.Thanda Pandikunta

Vida pana kal

Govt

Vidapanakal Poliki

Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. 2009-10 Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt.

CHNC Gooty

CHNC Pamidi

CHNC Konakondla

Vajrakarur

Garladinne

Eddulapalli

Peddavadag ur

Bethapalli

60

V.Kothakota Gadekal Donekal

P.Kowkuntla Shaikshanipalli

Govt

Nimbagal Budhagavi Lathavaram Raketla Amidala Nerametla Chinnamustur Gadehothur P.C.Pyapili Ragulapadu Chabala P.Kottalapalli Palthur

CHNC Uravakonda

Running in old dispensary, the new PHC building under construction

Govt

Govt

Karakamukkala Havaligi Undabanda Darsinamala Chigicherla

8
Darsinamala

Gotlur Kunuthur

Govt

Pothula Nage Palli Ravulacheruvu Elukunta Obulanayanipalli Pothukunta Bathalapalli E.Mustur

Bathalapalli

Malyavantham

CHNC Dharmavaram

Running in S/c Building New PHC Building under construction

Obulapuram Dampetla Nallaboynapalli Apparacheruvu Ramapuram Tadimarri Pinnadari

4286 4745 4573 4891 4275 5552 4763 4205 6474 5589 4398 5388 4201 3852 4226 4337 5234 6648 4076 5625 3963 5023 5634 6007 5058 5178 5529 4228 4111 5546 8147 5165 5501 4071 4088 5511 3955 5130 4996 4901 4856 3775 5866 4426 5232 5516 4608 8248 4417 2753 4706 9254

Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2009-10 Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Govt. Govt.

Tadimarri

P.Kottalapalli

Gadehoth Raketla P.Kowkuntla ur

Marimekalapalli

Govt

Dadithota Chillakondaiah Palli Nidigallu Kunukuntla

Govt

Kanaganapalli Mamillapalli Thagarakunta Narasampalli Kurlapalli Thumucherla Maddalacheruvu

Kanaganepalli

61

Muthavakunta Nagasamudram C.K.Palli Nyamaddala

4910 5990 5893 4572 4048 4515 4336 5486 4681 3718 5435 5907 4782 7048 6312 6435 6059 5225 4817 3335 5345 6195 6199 5165 6070 4830 4753 4879 5347 4961 5431 4670 6815 4988 4428 4863 5336 4556 4546 3145 5698 4228 5779 4378 4952 4601 4059 4566 4762 5982 4722 4663

Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Govt. Govt. Govt. 2009-10 Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt.

N.S.Gate

Puletipalli

Govt

Kanumukkala Veldurthi Medapuram Ontikonda Mustikovela

CHNC C.K.Palli

Peruru Ramagiri

Ramagiri

Govt

Kuntimaddi Polepalli Peruru

Govt

Garimakulapalli Nasankota Muddinayanipalli Golla Manirevu East Kodi Palli

10
Muddinayanipalli

Running in S/c Building New PHC Building under construction

Narayanapuram Durudakunta Kurlapalli Chapiri Mudigalli Mallikarjunapalli Mangalakunta Bramhasamudram Vepulaparthi Polepalli Kannepalli

Bramhasamudram

CHNC Kalyandurg

Govt

Gonchireddypalli Konapuram Byrasamudram Royaladoddi Yaradakera Kambadur Kothapalli Thimmapuram Chennampalli

Kambadur

Ralla Anantapur

Govt

Palluru Nuthimadugu Kadiri Devarapalli Ramapuram Marrimekalapalli Kurakulapalli

Govt

Settur Mulakaledu Lakshmampalli Kanukuru Cherlopalli

Settur

62

Yatakallu Ayyagarlapalli Thippanapalli Chinnampalli Kundurpi Malayanur Yerragunta

4233 4374 3586 4912 4235 6533 6739 4945 5706 5546 5665 5287 4651 4574 8178 5672 5201 4504 4246 5234 6564 4290 6110 5653 5735 3316 3711 5492 3913 6083 6041 5873 5587 6224 5913 6205 4735 7668 5965 5662 4387 5527 4916 6405 4088 5615 5989 3173 5559 4816 5970 4097

Kundurpi

Apilepalli

Govt

Bestharapalli Yenumaladoddi Jambugumpala Thenagallu Bandameedapalli Nizavali Beluguppa Venkatadripalli

Beluguppa

Narasapuram Gangavaram

Govt

Kaluvapalli Ramasagaram Ankampalli N.Gundlapalli

Yerragunta

Yerragunta Ganigera

Govt

Poolacherla Kothapalli Kalekurthi

Sreedhargatt Garudache Bommanahal a du

11

Running in old dispensary, the new PHC building under construction

Garudachedu N,Hanumapuram Benekal Hanakanahal Bommanahal Uddehal Unthakal Bollanaguddam Nemakal Sreedhargatta

Govt

Running in old dispensary, the new PHC building under construction

D.Honnur Krishnapuram Govindawada Gonehal D.Kondapuram (Avuladatla) 74 Udegolem

Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Pvt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2009-10 Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt.

12
Avuladhatla
CHNC Rayadurg
Running in Rent building, the new PHC building under construction

CHNC Kanekal

Zinzuram Palli Nagi Reddy Palli Gramadatla Pallepalli Banepalli Chadam

Gumma gatta

Govt

Gummagatta Nethrapalli Gonabavi

63

Kalugodu Rangasamudram Bupasamudram 75 Veerapuram Gollapalli Tallakera D.Hirehal Obulapuram

4213 5381 5220 3867 5565 4215 5105 5924 5517 4551 5219 5070 6485 6122 6113 4476 5455 5177 4905 4917 7199 5259 4887 5850 6157 4191 7020 6743 3892 6004 4328 5356 3440 5769 5265 5336 2719 4632 5250 5300 2824 4365 2987 4356 5203 3174 3298 2583 5853 5169 4529 5365

Govt

Pulakurthi Siddapuram Nagalapuram Kalyam Muridi Gudisalapalli Gutturu Kurubuvandlapalli

Govt

13
Running in S/c Building New PHC Building under construction

Settypalli Venkatareddypalli Mavaturu Venkatagaripalem Roddam M.Kothapalli

Roddam

Kogira Thurakalapatnam

Govt

Chinnamanthur Peddamanthur Dodagatta R.Locherla Kalipi

Somandepalli Naginainicheruvu

S.Kothapalli Patthikuntapalli

Govt

Challapalli Pandiparthi Kethiganicheruvu Velagamekalapalli Mandili Kothacheruvu I Kothacheruvu II K.Locherla Talamarla Bandlapalli

Govt

Mylasamudram Lingareddypalli Kodapaganipalli Byrapuram Meerjapuram

Gorantla

Govt

Gorantla Mandalapalli Puleru Vanavolu

Pvt. Pvt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt.

CHNC Penukonda

Kothacheruvu

Somandepalli

Guttur

Nagalapur D.Hirehal am

64

Gangampalli Gownivaripalli Mallapalli Budili Gummaiahgaripalli Palasamudram Kammavaripalli Kondapuram Reddy Cheruvu Palli Singi Reddy Palli Puttaparthi Beedupalli Jagarajupalli Kotlapalli Pedaballi Enumulapalli Pedda Kamma Vari Palli

Govt

4680 3671 4014 5470 7917 5036 4495 4029 4424 5073 5525 5184 5037 4985 6274 4285 2785 5369 2945 3094 3082 4112 3776 4400 5363 3480 3575 2700 2726 3094 4315 6327 5115 5107 4175 3897 4627 5948 3606 5286 3688 5099 5058 4625 3650 2955 3977 4881 4029 3960 3399 7694 2935 3705

V.M.Cheruvu

Govt

Amagondapalem Gangireddypalli Bukkapatanam Buchaiahgaripalli Narasimpalli Thanda Dupam Palli Pamudurthi Agraharam Madirebylu Krishnapuram

Govt

Govt

Govt

Gunipalli Marala Reddypalli Nallamada Vankarakunta

14

Running in S/c Building New PHC Building under construction

Badavandlapalli Donnikota Pulagampalli Chowtakuntapalli Nallasingaiahgaripalli Kurumala O.D.Cheruvu Nallagutlapalli Thangedukunta

Gajukuntapalli T.Kuntlapalli

Govt

Kondakamarla Eddulavaripalli Dabburavaripalli Gownipalli M.M.Cross Kammavaripalli

Kokkanti

CHNC Tanakal

15

Running in old dispensary, the new PHC building under construction

Kokkanti Tanakallu Game Naik Thanda Ethodu

Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt.

CHNC Nallamada

O.D.Cheruvu

Reddypalli

Krishna Pamudur Bukkapatn V.M.Ch puram thy am eruvu

Puttaparthi

65

C.G.Project Danduvaripalli Cheekatimanipalli Bonthalapalli Gandhodivaripalli Gollavaripalli Rachinepalli Mallireddipalli Amadagur Kottuvaripalli

3740 3479 5124 2985 3893 4857 4373 3309 4120 3451 3794 3574 3395 4332 3502 5325 3119 4332 3858 4176 4611 3166 2487 5007 4287 5632 4173 3367 4260 3604 5998 5615 5031 5645 2202 2423 4528 4253 3566 3181 3900 1549 3735 3173 8329 3855 3197 3268 3388 4499 4842 3769 5311

Chinaganipalli

Govt

Thummala Poolakuntapalli Mohammadabad Jowkulakothapalli Nallacheruvu

Nallacheruvu

Mallireddipalli Kadiripulakunta Yerraguntapalli Thavalamarri Chinnayallampalli Gorantlavaripalli Panthulacheruvu Patnam

Govt

CHNC EXTENSion Unit is established at AH KADIRI.(ADMINISTRATIVE CLUSTER)

16

Kalasamudram

Muthyalacheruvu

Govt

K.Bramhanapalli K.Kuntlapalli Kummaravandlapalli Motuku Palli Gandlapenta Thallakaluva Malameedapalli Katarupalli Kamathampalli Godduvelagala N.P.Kunta Pedaballi

Govt

T.N.Palli

Govt

Velichelamala Daniyancheruvu Mekalacheruvu Edurudona Marrikommadinne

Govt

Mudigubba I Mudigubba II Podarallapalli Malakavemula Kondagattupalli Sanevaripalli Mallepalli Kodavandlapalli Dorigallu

Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Administrative sanction 2011-12 Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt.

Mudigubba

N.P.Kunta

Gandlapenta

Patnam

Amadagur

66

Sankepalli Uppalapadu Mukthapuram Adavibramhanapalli Talupula-1 Talupula - 2 Peddannavaripalli Vepamanipeta

Govt

Obulareddypalli Nuthanakaluva Kurli B.Kothapalli Ganjivaripalli Lakkasamudram

17
Chilamathur

Chilamathur Demakethupalli Kodikonda Veerapuram Koduru Kambalapalli Somagatta Chagaleru Maravakothapalli Tekuledu K.B.Halli Kotnur

Govt

Govt

Malugur Chalivendula S.Sadlapalli Rachepalli Chowluru

Govt

Santhebidanur Kotipi Gollapuram Bevanahalli Kerikera Singireddypalli

Govt

Melapuram (E) Melapuram (W) Thyagaraja Nagar Muddi Reddy Palli Parigi Boreddypalli Dhanapuram Sreerangarajulapalli Moda

Govt

Kodigenahalli Utukuru Beechiganipalli Sasanakota Pydeti P.Narasepuram Peddareddipalli

Govt

Lepakshi Kanchisamudram Cholasamudram

4091 4484 4150 3322 6578 3562 4033 4060 4877 3083 4427 4462 4170 3277 6560 4786 4559 4847 5103 4730 4642 4872 4922 4605 4599 4894 4421 3885 4198 4426 6108 5968 6390 4356 3853 5162 4912 4769 4687 4736 4671 4171 3937 3514 5445 4026 4597 3892 4733 4742 4728 2848 4968 7057 6079 4771

Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2009-10 Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt.(Required) Pvt. Govt.(Required) Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt.

CHNC EXTENSion Unit is established at DH HINDUPUR(ADMINISTRATIVE CLUSTER)

Lepaks hi

Parigi

Bevanahalli

Chowluru

K.B.Halli

Talupula

67

Kalluru Pulamathi Manempalli Kondur Bisalamanepalli Sirivaram

4802 4900 4414 4778 4591 4551 6930 4659 4514 4984 4047 4022 6697 5561 7717 5106 4415 6625 5578 5466 4874 6063 5108 6098 5426 4336 5346 6237 4985 5077 5390 4757 5221 4383 5313 3837 6930 5869 5773 4761 4170 4264 5411 5259 5179 5455 4972 5648 5102 7246 5830 4761

Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Pvt. Govt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. 2009-10 Pvt. Govt. Govt. Pvt. Govt. (condemed) Govt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. 2010-11 under progress Govt. Pvt. Pvt. Govt. Pvt. Govt.

18
Kallumarri
Govt

Kallumarri Bullasamudram Manoor R.Ananthapuram Gowni Palli Chandra Cherla Melavoy ( Kadirepalli ) Madakasira Pvt.I Madakasira Pvt.II Amidalagondi Begarlapalli Neelakantapuram Y.B.Halli Y.Gundumala Haresamudram Amarapuram

Neelakanta Kadirepalli puram Amarapuram

Running in Anganwadi building, the new PHC building under construction Running in Anganwadi building, the new PHC building under construction

Thammadepalli

Govt

Valasa Gowdanakunta Maddanakunta Halukur Hemavathi

CHNC MADAKASIRA

Hemavathi

Running in Rent building, the new PHC building under construction

Basavana Halli K.Sivaram Kachikunta Nedragatta Gudibanda Phalaram Muthukur

Gudibanda

Mandalapalli Morubagal

Govt

Kummaranagepalli Rallapalli Jambulabanda Maddanakunta S.Rayapuram Rolla Bommagundana Halli M.Rayapuram

Rolla

Govt

Rathnagiri Kaki Guddugurki Hotte Betta

Agali

Govt

Agali Kodipalli Madhudi

68

Inagaluru Ramana Halli P.Byadigera Aludi

5479 4111 3332 3653

2010-11 under progress Pvt. Pvt. Administrative sanction 2011-12

Govt.

NOTE: Total S/Cs in the Dist. S/Cs running in Govt. Buildings Work in progress of S/Cs construction 2011 12 S/c construction sanctions Proposed for construction of S/Cs in 2012-13 Yet to be constructed buildings for S/Cs

586 293 23 10 25 235

Table-3:

Block-wise PHCs and Sub-centre with Status of Tribal / Non-Tribal


Name of the CHNC Tribal / NonTribal Name of the Subcentre Tribal / NonTribal Accessible / InAccessible

SN

Name of the PHC

There are no Tribal PHCs and Tribal Sub centres in Anantapur Dist.

Table-4: Block-wise (CHNC) CHCs and Area Hospitals


AH building status (Govt. / Pvt.) Govt. Govt. Govt Govt. Govt. Govt. SC building status (Govt. / Pvt.) Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. -

SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Name of the CHNC

Name of the Area Hospital Gooty Guntakal Dharmavaram Penukonda Kadiri Madakasira

Name of the CHC Singanamala Tadipatri Pamidi Konakondla Uravakonda C.K.Palli Kalyandurg Kanekal Rayadurg Nallamada Tanakal -

Anantapur Singanamala Tadipatri Gooty Pamidi Konakondla Uravakonda Dharmavaram C.K.Palli Kalynadurg Kanekal Rayadurg Penukonda Nallamada Tanakal Kadiri Hindupur Madakasira

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Table-5: Urban Facilities


Name of the Municipality Rayadurg Kadiri Dharmavaram Uravakonda Kanekal Tadipatri Penukonda Guntakal Type of facility Type - I Type - I Type - I Type - I Type - I Type - I Type - II Type - I State Govt. State Govt. State Govt. State Govt. State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt State Govt Population covered 52,000 70,000 40,000 45,000 15,000 40,000 22,000 55,000 16,312 17,000 16,500 17,500 17,000 16,500 17,250 16,500 17,630 16,814 16,632 17,434 18,201 16,102 15,806 16,302 17,000 15,319 16,703 Building status (Govt. / Pvt.) Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt. Govt.

SN 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

Name of the Urban Facility Rayadurg Kadiri Dharmavaram Uravakonda Kanekal Tadipatri Penukonda Guntakal Naik Nagar Mangalavari Colony Neeruganti Street Indira Gandhi Nagar Ambedkar Nagar Bhagya Nagar Srinivasa Puram Tailores Colony Kothapeta Siva Nagar Durga Nagar Boyapeta Lakshmipuram Hamali Colony Srinivasa Nagar Indira Nagar B.C.Colony Lakshmi Chennakesavapuram Nijamvali Colony

Anantapur

Guntakal Tadipatri

Dharmavaram

Hindupur Anantapur Hindupur Gooty Dharmavaram Kadiri

NRHM NRHM NRHM NRHM NRHM NRHM

Private Private Private Private Private Private

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Table-6: Block-wise (CHNC) 24x7 Primary Health Centres


S N Name of the CHNC Name of the 24x7 PHC No.of MOs working No.of Staff Nurses working (incl. NRHM staff) No.of ANMs working (incl. NRHM staff) Deliveries conducted during 2010-11 C-Sections conducted during 2010-11 Deliveries conducted during 2011-12 (upto Sept11) C-Sections conducted during 2011-12 (upto Sept11)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42

Anantapur Singanmala

Kudair Tarimela Narpala Yellanur Thimmampalli Yadiki Peddapappur Peddavadugur Nagasamudram Vidapanakal P.Kowkuntla Tadimarri Kanaganepalli N.S.Gate Ramagiri Bramhasamduram Kambadur Settur Kundurpi Beluguppa

2 2 2 1 0 4 1 1 1 1 1 2 2 1 0 0 1 2 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 1 0 1 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 2 1 0 1 1

3 2 3 3 2 4 3 1 3 2 2 4 4 1 1 1 1 2 3 1 1 2 2 1 3 2 2 3 2 1 3 2 1 3 2 3 2 1 3 3 0 8

8+8=16 7+8=15 8+9=17 4+3=7 3+2=5 6+8=14 6+6=12 4+3=7 6+10=16 5+4=9 5+7=12 6+4=10 8+6=14 7+7=14 3+2=5 8+7=15 11+7=18 6+7=13 8+7=15 8+7=15 5+2=7 4+2=6 9+5=14 0+6=6 5+4=9 8+7=15 10+8=18 4+4=8 1+2=3 10+7=17 7+6=13 7+5=12 5+4=9 10+7=17 10+7=17 5+10=15 11+4=15 9+7=16 4+5=9 5+5=10 0+2=2 4+2=6

156 223 162 162 223 196 385 71 45 243 247 73 153 6 60 171 175 212 227 70 120 212 179 100 50 97 75 54 119 118 104 66 62 300 150 154 136 257 16 288 395 257

101 61 29 60 124 100 186 28 16 131 101 52 73 4 30 53 151 45 131 41 42 119 95 38 20 62 22 17 48 69 40 36 40 116 91 116 81 103 151 141 152 141

Tadipatri

Gooty Konakondla Uravakonda Dharmavaram C.K.Palli

Kalynadurg

Kanekal

Yerragunta Bommanahal Gummagatta D.Hirehal Guttur Roddam Kothacheruvu Bukkapatnam

Rayadurg

Penukonda

Nallamada Tanakal

Pamudurthy O.D.Cheruvu Nallacheruvu Patnam N.P.Kunta Mudigubba Talupula Chilamathur

Kadiri

Hindupur

Parigi Lepakshi Kallumarri Amarapuram Gudibanda Rolla

Madakasira

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NOTE: Staff Nurses shown as regular + NRHM 24X7 ANMS shown as 2nd ANMs + Regular ANMs

Table-7: Facility-wise service deliveries (all Govt. facilities including PHC to Tertiary level) during 2010-11
Type of facility (PHC / CHC / AH / DH / GH) GGH DH AH AH AH AH AH AH CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC CHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC

SN

Name of the facility

No.of beds 500 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 6 6 6 6 6 10 6 6 6 6 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

No.of deliveries conducted 3741


35 18 25 32 16 5 66 15 32 5 54 24 16 6 5 5 6 5 19 11 13 3 7 15 19 8 4 22 30 12 14 2 3 -

No.of Csections conducted 1056


-

No.of maternal deaths 6 -

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39

GGH Anantapur DH- Hindupur AH- Kadiri AH Guntakal AH - Dharmavaram AH - Gooty AH - Penukonda AH - Madakasira CHC Tadipatri CHC - Rayadurg CHC - Kalyandurg CHC - Uravakonda CHC - Singanamala CHC - Nallamada CHC - Konakondla CHC - Tanakal CHC Pamidi CHC - C.K.Palli CHC - Kanekal PHC Atmakur PHC Rapthadu PHC Kudair PHC B.K.Samudram PHC Tarimela PHC Korrapadu PHC Narpala PHC Yellanur PHC Thimmampalli PHC Putlur PHC Chukkaluru PHC Yadiki PHC Peddapappur PHC Bethapalli PHC P.Vaduguru PHC Kistapadu PHC Garladinne PHC Eddulapalli PHC Nagasamudram PHC Vajrakarur

1
-

72

40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95

PHC Vidapanakal PHC Gadehothur PHC P.Kottalapalli PHC P.Kowkuntla PHC Raketla PHC Darsinamala PHC Bathalapalli PHC Tadimarri PHC Kanaganepalli PHC N.S.Gate PHC Ramagiri PHC Peruru PHC Muddinayanipalli PHC Bramhasamudram PHC Kambadur PHC Settur PHC Kundurpi PHC Beluguppa PHC Yerragunta PHC Garudachedu PHC Bommanahal PHC Sreedhargatta PHC Avuladhatla PHC Gummagatta PHC D.Hirehal PHC Nagalapuram PHC Guttur PHC Roddam PHC Somandepalli PHC Kothacheruvu PHC Gorantla PHC Puttaparthi PHC V.M.Cheruvu PHC Bukkapatnam PHC Pamudurthy PHC Krishnapuram PHC Reddypalli PHC O.D.Cheruvu PHC Kokkanti PHC Amadagur PHC Nallacheruvu PHC Patnam PHC Gandlapenta PHC N.P.Kunta PHC Mudigubba PHC Talupula PHC Chilamathur PHC K.B.Halli PHC Chowluru PHC Bevanahalli PHC Parigi PHC Lepakshi PHC Kallumarri PHC Kadirepalli PHC Neelakantapuram PHC Amarapuram

PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC PHC

6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 30 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 10 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6 6

19 10 13 15 9 2 9 7 3 2 7 1 11 32 15 19 6 6 1 12 11 14 5 6 6 16 2 2 38 1 2 7 3 4 8 4 7 5 6 3 18 9 17 1 3 17 22 2 19

1
-

73

96 97 98 99

PHC Hemavathi PHC Gudibanda PHC Rolla PHC Agali Total

PHC PHC PHC PHC

6 6 30 6 1894

3 24 5

Table-8: Human Resource under the control of Director of Public Health & FW In-Position Category Gynecologist Pediatrician Anesthetics Physician Surgeon Ophthalmologist Medical Officer Head Nurse Staff Nurse Lab Technician Pharmacist X-Ray Technician LHV ANM MPW(M) ASHA Required 10 10 5 181 10 232 90 90 5 1172 586 3450 Sanctioned 181 10 214 73 89 119 1163 427 3057 Regular 107 7 142 41 58 118 385 138 Contract 1 46 32 12 465 186 2930 Total 108 7 188 73 70 118 850 324 2930

Table-9: Human Resource under the control of Commissioner, APVVP In-Position Category Gynecologist Pediatrician Anesthetics Physician Surgeon Ophthalmologist Medical Officer Head Nurse Staff Nurse Lab Technician Pharmacist X-Ray Technician LHV ANM MPW(M) Required 34 34 21 15 7 7 54 22 145 28 29 22 Sanctioned 15 4 3 54 22 145 17 29 21 33 Regular 10 4 5 12 2 1 52 22 123 7 24 12 22 Contract 2 15 5 2 2 6 Total 10 4 5 12 2 1 54 22 138 12 26 14 28 -

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Table-10: Human Resource under the control of Director of Medical Education GGH Only In-Position Category Gynecologist Pediatrician Anesthetics Physician Surgeon Ophthalmologist Medical Officer Head Nurse Staff Nurse Lab Technician Pharmacist X-Ray Technician LHV ANM MPW(M) Required Sanctioned 15 11 16 4 17 38 78 5 14 1 Regular 8 3 7 2 2 5 37 78 5 13 1 3 1 Contract 1 Total 8 3 7 2 2 5 37 78 5 14 1 3 1

Table-11: Human Resource under the control of Commissioner, AYUSH In-Position Category Medical Officers (Regular) Medical Officers (NRHM) Compounder (Regular) Compounder (NRHM) SNO (Regular) SNO (NRHM) Required 53 43 53 43 53 43 Sanctioned 53 43 53 43 0 43 Regular 24 0 48 0 0 0 Contract 2 31 1 39 0 43 Total 26 31 49 39 0 43

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Table-12: DISTRICT ABSTRACT OF HUMAN RESOURCES


In-Position Category Gynecologist Pediatrician Anesthetics Physician Surgeon Ophthalmologist Medical Officer Public Health Nurse Head Nurse Staff Nurse LHVs Pharmacist Lab Technician X-Ray Technician Ophthalmic Asst. Health Supervisor (M) Health Supervisor (F) ANM MPW(M) ASHA AYUSH MO AYUSH Compound. AYUSH SNO Anganwadi Workers Required 44 48 24 15 7 7 235 32 572 119 119 123 27 1172 586 3450 96 96 96 Sanctioned 15 11 16 15 4 7 235 32 437 119 132 95 27 5 110 126 1196 427 3057 96 96 43 3696 Regular 18 7 12 12 4 3 159 29 343 121 95 53 13 3 54 115 407 139 26 48 0 Contract 3 61 15 37 2 6 186 2 1 3419 NRHM 64 465 2930 31 39 43 Total 18 7 12 12 4 3 162 29 468 121 100 90 15 3 54 115 878 325 2930 59 88 43 3419

Table-14: Second ANM details


S.No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 PHC name Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur Atmakur 2nd ANM Name D.Anuradha M.Lakshmidevi M.Nirmala K.Rajeswari M.Parimala P.Renuka C.Vanajakshi G.Bharathi B.Saraswathi K.Suguna Rani M.Sumithra B.Syamala S.Shajarunnisa Banu V.Sarda M.Lalitha T.Kusuma V.Meenakshi Working S/c. name Atmakur Talupur Thopudurthi Sanapa B. Yaleru Muttala P. Yaleru Alamur Kurugunta Kandukur Akuthotapalli Itikilapalli Rachanipalli Rudrampeta Upparapalli Poolakunta Taticherla Working as on 13.06.2009 25.06.2009 05.02.2010 27.06.2009 31.08.2010 11.06.2009 13.06.2009 13.06.2009 26.06.2009 27.06.2009 13.06.2009 27.06.2009 27.06.2009 27.06.2009 05.02.2010 13.06.2009 13.06.2009 Remarks -

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18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73

Rapthadu Rapthadu Rapthadu Rapthadu Rapthadu Rapthadu Rapthadu Kudair Kudair Kudair Kudair Kudair Kudair Kudair Kudair B.K.Samudram B.K.Samudram B.K.Samudram B.K.Samudram B.K.Samudram B.K.Samudram Tarimela Tarimela Tarimela Tarimela Tarimela Tarimela Tarimela Korrapadu Korrapadu Korrapadu Korrapadu Narpala Narpala Narpala Narpala Narpala Narpala Narpala Narpala Yellanuru Yellanuru Yellanuru Yellanuru Thimmampalli Thimmampalli Thimmampalli Putluru Putluru Putluru Putluru Putluru Chukkaluru Chukkaluru Chukkaluru Chukkaluru

D.Uma Devi B.Pushpalatha G.Kalavathi U.Nagendramma B.Jyothi A.Sreelatha M.Sreedevi K.Nagamani K. Padmavathi A.Rajeswari P.Thirumaleswari J.Nagendramma S.Sulochana K.Kavitha B.Bhagyamma K.Nagarathnamma P.Nagalakshmamma B.Varalakshmi E.Muthyalamma C.Parvathi J.Venkataramanadevi M.Suseela Bai B.Prameelamma B.Alivelamma B.Ramanjinamma T.Sailaja K.Thriveni C.Varalakshmi G.Umadevi K.Adilakshmidevi H.B.Lakshmidevi P.Malleswaramma V.Jayalakshmi P.Verramma T.Lakshmi M.Sugunadevi V.Varalakshmi A.Jayalaskhmi T.Vanithamma K.Manjula D.Sunitha C.Lakshmidevi K.Syamaladevi P.Jayalalitha P.Anjinamma B.Obulamma K.Sunanda J.Sreedevi C.B.Rajeswari M.Amruthavalli B.Eswaramma S.Aparna D.Rameswaramma S.Swarnalatha B.Maheswari D.Sunkamma

Rapthadu GondiReddipalli Maruru M.B. Palli Bukkacherla Palacherla Bommeparthi Kudair Ipperu Jallipalli Marutla Karutlapalli Cholasamudram Korrakodu Gotkur B.K.Samudram Siddarampuram Janthaluru Vadiyampeta Regadikothur Kondapuram Tarimela Rachapalli Korivipalli E.Sodanapalli Salakamcheruvu Peravali Kallumaddi Korrapadu Venkatapuram Channampalli K.K.Agraharam Narpala Sulthanpeta Chamaluru Nayanipalli B.Pappuru Gugudu Kuruganipalli Bondalawada Yellanur Achuthapuram Vennapusapalli 85 Nitturu Thimmampalli Singavaram Kalluru Putlur Garuguchinthalapalli Sanagalagudur A.Kondapuram Kadavakal Chukkaluru Igaduru Peddapolamada Ravi Venkatampalli

09.01.2009 09.01.2009 09.01.2009 09.01.2009 09.01.2009 09.01.2009 09.01.2009 12.01.2009 08.02.2009 12.01.2009 23.07.2010 12.01.2009 12.01.2009 10.02.2009 12.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 25.09.2010 25.09.2010 07.01.2009 06.01.2011 29.01.2009 28.01.2009 28.01.2009 29.01.2009 30.01.2009 29.01.2009 18.10.2010 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 18.10.2010 30.01.2009 30.01.2009 16.04.2011 30.01.2009 30.01.2009 30.01.2009 30.01.2009 30.01.2009 23.01.2009 01.09.2010 22.01.2009 04.02.2009 06.01.2009 06.01.2009 06.01.2009 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 18.09.2010 07.01.2009

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Chukkaluru Chukkaluru Chukkaluru Chukkaluru Yadiki Yadiki Yadiki Yadiki Yadiki Yadiki Peddapappur Peddapappur Peddapappur Peddapappur Peddapappur Peddapappur Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Bethapalli Pedda Vadugur Pedda Vadugur Pedda Vadugur Pedda Vadugur Kristapadu Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Eddulapalli Garladinne Garladinne Garladinne Garladinne Garladinne Garladinne Nagasamudram Nagasamudram Nagasamudram Nagasamudram Nagasamudram Nagasamudram Vajrakarur Vajrakarur Vajrakarur Vajrakarur Vajrakarur Vajrakarur Vidapanakal Vidapanakal

V.Vijayalakshmi C.Suseela C.Ramalakshmamma M.Rajeswari K.Mariyamma P.Prameelamma S.Mahalakshmi K.Ramalakshmamma V.Sujatha M.Bhargavi Rani D.Rameezabee C.Pushpa B.Jayalakshmi S.Sujatha G.Kowsalya S.Ramadevi G.Venkatalakshmi K.Suneetha A.Rabiyabee N.Madhavi B.Rajeswari S.Mahaboob Jan L.Maddamma P.Sujatha M.Geetha Rani S.Bayamma B.Suvarna H.Ramalakshmi D.Jyothi U.Kalpana P.Krishnakumari P.Vani N.Kalpana C.Maheswaramma J.Santhosamma J.Renukadevi K.Chandrakala G.Lakshmi C.Neelavathi Y.Jayanthi B.Sunkamma M.Lakshmidevi B.Janaki M.Arunakumari K.Rajyalakshmi P.Adilakshmi S.Prabhavathi N.Salomi M.Gayathri U.Jayamma M.Jyothi M.Sukanya M.Lakshmi K.Lakshmi T.Lakshmi R.Padmavathi

Venkatampalli Aluru Kaveti Samudram Veerapuram Yadiki (S) 23/2 Nitturu Obulapuram Rayalacheruvu Nagarur Lakshumpalli Peddapappur Chagallu Jutur Ammaladinne Peddayakkalur Devuniuppalapadu Bethapalli Karidikonda Kothapeta Rajapuram Mamudur Chetnepalli Bramhanapalli Jakkalacheruvu Peddavadugur Lakshumpalli Chitturu Midathur Kristipadu Eddulapalli Ramagiri Gajarampalli Pamidi (N) Pamidi (S) Palyam P.Kondapuram Garladinne MPR Dam Yerragunta Marthadu Kanumpalli P.Kallur Venkatampalli Nelagonda P.K.Cheruvu Nakkanadoddi Y.T.Cheruvu Molakalapenta Konakondla Kamalapadu Ganjikunta Vajrakarur V.P.P.Thanda Pandikunta Vidapanakal Poliki

07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 21.01.2009 20.01.2009 05.05.2011 20.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.09.2010 01.09.2010 01.01.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 01.07.2009 18.04.2011 31.08.2009 31.08.2009 31.08.2009 31.08.2009 01.03.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.01.2009 01.02.2009 01.02.2009

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Vidapanakal Vidapanakal Vidapanakal P.Kowkuntla P.Kowkuntla P.Kowkuntla P.Kowkuntla P.Kowkuntla Raketla Raketla Raketla Raketla Gadehothur Gadehothur Gadehothur Gadehothur P.Kottalapalli P.Kottalapalli P.Kottalapalli P.Kottalapalli P.Kottalapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Darasanapalli Bathalapalli Bathalapalli Bathalapalli Bathalapalli Tadimarri Tadimarri Tadimarri Tadimarri Tadimarri Tadimarri Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli Kanaganapalli N.S.Gate N.S.Gate N.S.Gate N.S.Gate N.S.Gate N.S.Gate N.S.Gate Ramagiri Ramagiri

S.Sreevani S.Suguna R.Komaladevi D.Lakshmi S.Leelabai M.Chamundeswari T.Varalakshmi M.Chandrakala B.Pushpavathi U.Thriveni M.Varalakshmi V.Hemalatha B.Mahalakshmi Y.Vanajakshi S.Yerramma D.Sumalatha S.Anuradha T.Janakamma V.Sailaja B.Anithavahini K.Manjula B.Aparnajyothi J.Sreedevi B.Umadevi B.Varalakshmi S.Lakshmi K.Lakshmidevi R.Sarojamma D.Sivamma M.Kalavathi S.Vani Y.Anjuladevi K.Malathi C.Radhamaheswari B.Lakshmikanthamma Y.Aruna P.Anuradha P.Krishnamma B.Srilakshmi G.Anitha K.Anitha S.Rajani B.Sarala M.Usha Rani Y.Bhagyalakshmi R.Sreelakshmi R.Nagamani Bai G.Prameelamma G.Varalaskhmi S.Nagamani S.C.Krishnamma A.C.Sujatha B.Pushpalatha E.Kavitha E.Sarojamma R.Gangamma

V.Kothakota Gadekal Donekal P.Kowkuntla Shaikshanipalli Nimbagal Budhagavi Lathavaram Raketla Amidala Nerametla Chinnamustur Gadehothur P.C.Pyapili Ragulapadu Chabala P.Kottalapalli Palthur Karakamukkala Havaligi Undabanda Darsinamala Chigicherla Gotlur Kunuthur Ravulacheruvu Elukunta Obulanayanipalli Pothukunta Malyavantham Dampetla Apparacheruvu Ramapuram Tadimarri Pinnadari Dadithota Chillakondaiah Palli Nidigallu Kunukuntla Kanaganapalli Mamillapalli Thagarakunta Narasampalli Kurlapalli Thumucherla Maddalacheruvu Muthavakunta Nyamaddala Puletipalli Kanumukkala Veldurthi Medapuram Ontikonda Mustikovela Ramagiri Kuntimaddi

21.01.2009 21.01.2009 13.09.2010 01.09.2010 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 30.08.2010 23.01.2009 17.09.2010 23.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 13.04.2011 22.01.2009 21.02.2009 23.12.2010 21.02.2009 23.12.2010 21.02.2009 21.02.2009 22.02.2009 21.02.2009 22.01.2009 23.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 06.09.2010 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 06.09.2010 11.04.2011 18.06.2009 18.06.2009 18.06.2009 18.06.2009 19.06.2009 18.06.2009 22.06.2009 01.01.2011 17.06.2009 01.01.2011 17.06.2009 17.06.2009 17.06.2009 17.06.2009 12.01.2009 20.10.2010

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Ramagiri Perur Perur Perur M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli M.N.Palli Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Brahmasamudram Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Kambadur Settur Settur Settur Settur Settur Settur Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Kundurpi Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa Beluguppa

C.Rajamma B.Jyothi G.Radhika Y.Aruna B.Narayanamma V.Suseelamma C.Subhashini V.Priyadarshini M.Rajeswari M.Bhagyasree C.Madhurima Sahani P.Nagamma S.Nagalakshmi P.Akila Begum G.Rekhamma B.Vinayasree N.Akkamma M.Nallakka Y.Nirmala G.Varalaskhmi B.Sarala Bai B.Kavitha B.Thriveni D.Indira K.Sumalatha T.Pushpavathi B.Anitha G.Akkamma H.Vijayakumari M.Keerthi S.Anitha K.Savaramma K.Sunitha M.Madhavi T.Sannalingamma G.Ashajyothi A.Chandraprabha M.Ratnamma B.K.Sailaja M.Savithri S.Sudhalakshmi G.Usha T.Mamatha N.Ramalakshmi K.Annapurnamma H.Lakshmakka T.Nirmala K.Bhagyamma V.Parvathi M.Aruna Bai D.Radhamma G.Sakunthala U.Sailaja J.Sarojamma C.Mahadevi

Polepalli Peruru Garimakulapalli Nasankota Muddinayanipalli Golla East Kodi Palli Narayanapuram Durudakunta Kurlapalli Chapiri Mudigalli Mallikarjunapalli Mangalakunta Bramhasamudram Vepulaparthi Kannepalli Gonchireddypalli Konapuram Byrasamudram Royaladoddi Yaradakera Kambadur Kothapalli Thimmapuram Chennampalli Ralla Anantapur Palluru Nuthimadugu Kadiri Devarapalli Ramapuram Marrimekalapalli Kurakulapalli Settur Mulakaledu Lakshmampalli Cherlopalli Ayyagarlapalli Chinnampalli Malayanur Yerragunta Apilepalli Bestharapalli Yenumaladoddi Jambugumpala Thenagallu Bandameedapalli Beluguppa Venkatadripalli Narasapuram Gangavaram Kaluvapalli Ramasagaram Ankampalli N.Gundlapalli

12.01.2009 22.09.2010 22.09.2010 22.09.2010 25.09.2010 04.06.2008 04.08.2009 04.08.2009 04.08.2009 04.08.2009 04.08.2009 04.08.2009 25.09.2010 04.08.2009 11.02.2009 11.02.2009 11.02.2009 11.02.2009 11.02.2009 11.02.2009 1.02.2009 25.10.2010 03.09.2010 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 13.02.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 20.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 23.01.2009 19.01.2009 19.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009

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Yerragunta Yerragunta Yerragunta Yerragunta Yerragunta Garudachedu Garudachedu Bommanahall Bommanahall Bommanahall Bommanahall Sreedharagatta Sreedharagatta Sreedharagatta Avuladatla Avuladatla Avuladatla Avuladatla Avuladatla Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Gummagatta Nagalapuram Nagalapuram Guttur Guttur Guttur Guttur Guttur Roddam Roddam Roddam Roddam Roddam Roddam Roddam Roddam Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Somandepalli Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu

T.Parthamma S.Iswarya B.Alaveni M.Jyothi G.Bharathi H.Lakshmidevi D.Sarmasbi H.Vijayalakshmi K.Ramadevi K.Aruna Kumari C.Saradamma E.Balanagamma M.Geetha M.Sarala B.C.Parvathi M.Obulamma S.B.Marutheswari M.Gangamma B.Sarojamma K.Suvarnamma P.S.Santhamma K.Manjulamma J.Mamatha V.Varalaskhmi V.Lalithamma J.Vijayalakshmi A.Anjali G.Sailaja G.Nalini Shobha K.Sivakumari G.Suseelamma K.Vijayalakshmi V.Kavitha K.Venkatalakshmi K.Varalakshmi K.Kalyani C.Anuradha M.Chennamma K.Sukanya K.Pushpavathi K.Rupa K.Eswaramma S.K.Rajeswaramma H.Gangamma L.Kalavathi Bai L.Rathnamma M.Parvathi K.Sukanya N.Chandrakala V.Anjanamma J.Bhudevi B.Umadevi E.Vijayalakshmi K.B.Sugunamma C.Mamatha

Yerragunta Ganigera Poolacherla Kothapalli Kalekurthi N,Hanumapuram Benekal Bommanahal Uddehal Bollanaguddam Nemakal Sreedhargatta Govindawada Gonehal D.Kondapuram (Avuladatla) 74 Udegolem Nagi Reddy Palli Pallepalli Chadam Gummagatta Nethrapalli Gonabavi Kalugodu Rangasamudram Bupasamudram 75 Veerapuram Gollapalli Tallakera Kalyam Muridi Guttur Kurubuvandlapalli Venkatareddypalli Mavaturu Venkatagaripalem Roddam M.Kothapalli Thurakalapatnam Chinnamanthur Peddamanthur Dodagatta R.Locherla Kalipi Somandepalli Naginainicheruvu S.Kothapalli Challapalli Pandiparthi Kethiganicheruvu Velagamekalapalli Mandili Kothacheruvu I Kothacheruvu II K.Locherla Talamarla

01.02.2009 01.02.2009 01.02.2009 01.02.2009 30.08.2010 01.02.2009 01.02.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 12.01.2011 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.01.2011 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.03.2009 01.02.2009 01.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 10.01.2009 02.10.2010 10.01.2009 10.01.2009 10.01.2009 10.01.2009 10.01.2009 10.01.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 06.02.2009 07.02.2009 06.02.2009 01.01.2011 01.01.2011 06.06.2009 06.06.2009 06.06.2009 06.06.2009

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Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Kothacheruvu Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Gorantla Puttaparthi Puttaparthi Puttaparthi Puttaparthi Puttaparthi Puttaparthi V.M.Cheruvu V.M.Cheruvu V.M.Cheruvu Bukkapatnam Bukkapatnam Bukkapatnam Bukkapatnam Pamudurthi Krishnapuram Krishnapuram Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli Reddipalli O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu O.D.Cheruvu

K.Reddy Kumari R.Adilakshmi M.Eswaramma P.Lakshmidevi A.Sakunthalmma P.Varalakshmi E.Thripura B.Meenakshi A.Rukmini D.Geethamma K.Manjula Bai S.Shartaz K.Haseena bee T.Adinarayanamma B.Santha S.Geetha S.Chinna Chinnamma D.Rukmini P.Lakshmidevi S.Neeraja K.Syamalamma M.Bharthamma L.Jyothi D.Rajiya R.Jyothi Bai K.Amrutha C.Venkatanarayanamma C.Vijayashanthi S.P.Rajalakshmi B.Parimala G.Sudhamani P.Yashodamma C.Nagajyothi S.Anitha Kumari K.Lathamma R.Kristamma N.Sunitha K.Aruna V.Premalatha G.Saraswathi K.Rajeswari R.Prasuna M.Subhashini R.Manjula Bai D.Padmavathi B.Janaki B.Majula M.Gangadevi V.Lakshminarasamma K.Pushpavathamma T.Haseen Taj M.Komala K.Lalitha B.Suseelamma M.Lakshmidevi

Bandlapalli Mylasamudram Lingareddypalli Kodapaganipalli Byrapuram Meerjapuram Gorantla Mandalapalli Puleru Vanavolu Gangampalli Gownivaripalli Mallapalli Budili Gummaiahgaripalli Palasamudram Kammavaripalli Kondapuram Kodapaganipalli Reddy Cheruvu Palli Puttaparthi Beedupalli Jagarajupalli Kotlapalli Enumulapalli Pedda Kamma Vari Palli V.M.Cheruvu Amagondapalem Gangireddypalli Bukkapatanam Buchaiahgaripalli Narasimpalli Thanda Dupam Palli Pamudurthi Gunipalli Marala Reddypalli Nallamada Vankarakunta Badavandlapalli Donnikota Pulagampalli Chowtakuntapalli Nallasingaiahgaripalli Kurumala O.D.Cheruvu Nallagutlapalli Thangedukunta Gajukuntapalli Kondakamarla Eddulavaripalli Dabburavaripalli Gownipalli M.M.Cross Kammavaripalli

09.09.2010 06.06.2009 06.06.2009 09.09.2010 09.09.2010 09.09.2010 23.01.2009 30.04.2011 30.04.2011 23.01.2009 30.04.2011 30.04.2011 23.01.2009 30.04.2011 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 09.09.2010 30.04.2011 28.01.2009 28.01.2009 28.01.2009 28.01.2009 28.01.2009 10.01.2011 21.01.2009 28.12.2010 21.01.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 12.11.2010 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 02.02.2009 01.02.2009 31.01.2009 02.02.2009 31.01.2009 14.10.2010 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 14.10.10 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009

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Kokkanti Kokkanti Kokkanti Kokkanti Kokkanti Amadagur Amadagur Amadagur Amadagur Amadagur Amadagur Amadagur Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Nallacheruvu Patnam Patnam Patnam Patnam Patnam Gandlapenta Gandlapenta Gandlapenta Gandlapenta Gandlapenta Gandlapenta N.P.Kunta N.P.Kunta N.P.Kunta N.P.Kunta N.P.Kunta Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Mudigubba Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Talupula Chilamathur

V.Venkataramanamma G.Geethamma B.Arunamma M.Lakshminarasamma J.Parvathamma M.Rojee N. Chandramani J.Desamma K.Srivani A.Saraswathi A.Padmavathi G.Chandraleela B.Vanaja M.S.Manjulavani J.Saroja S.Babulamma T.Prameelamma C.Shobha rani G.Jayasree T.Ramakka P.Rajeswari B.Padmavathi V.Saraswathi C.Revathi N.Saraswathi C.Sunithamma R.Indiramma K.Hemalatha M.Manjulavani B.Chakri B.Manjulamma M.Amaravathi M.Nirisha C.Lakshmi Kumari L.Narayanamma K.Lakshmidevi C.Sivamma M.Nagarathna N.Sreelakshmi K.Prabhavathamma G.Santhakumari M.Chandrakala G.Prasanna Kumari S.China Subbamma S.Lakshmi Bai K.Rajeswari T.Vijayamma P.Ramanjulamma C.Rama Devi V.Arunamma M.Nirosha Rani P.Rajeswari B.Sravanthi G.Sujatha S.Asmath Jan S.Jyothi

Kokkanti Ethodu Cheekatimanipalli Gandhodivaripalli Gollavaripalli Amadagur Kottuvaripalli Chinaganipalli Thummala Poolakuntapalli Mohammadabad Jowkulakothapalli Nallacheruvu Mallireddipalli Kadiripulakunta Yerraguntapalli Thavalamarri Gorantlavaripalli Panthulacheruvu Patnam Kalasamudram Muthyalacheruvu K.Bramhanapalli Kummaravandlapalli Gandlapenta Thallakaluva Malameedapalli Katarupalli Kamathampalli Godduvelagala N.P.Kunta T.N.Palli Daniyancheruvu Mekalacheruvu Marrikommadinne Podarallapalli Malakavemula Kondagattupalli Sanevaripalli Mallepalli Dorigallu Sankepalli Uppalapadu Mukthapuram Adavibramhanapalli Talupula-1 Talupula-2 Peddannavaripalli Vepamanipeta Obulareddypalli Nuthanakaluva Kurli B.Kothapalli Ganjivaripalli Lakkasamudram Chilamathur

25.01.2009 25.01.2009 25.01.2009 25.01.2009 25.01.2009 12.02.2009 01.01.2011 01.01.2011 01.01.2011 12.02.2009 01.01.2011 12.02.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 31.01.2009 21.10.2010 21.10.2010 31.01.2009 22.06.2009 22.06.2009 22.06.2009 22.06.2009 22.06.2009 02.02.2009 02.02.2009 02.02.2009 02.02.2009 02.02.2009 02.02.2009 07.01.2009 25.04.2011 25.04.2011 07.01.2009 07.01.2009 21.01.2009 21.01.2009 01.09.2010 22.01.2009 24.01.2009 21.01.2009 22.01.2009 21.01.2009 22.01.2009 21.01.2009 30.10.2010 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 30.10.2010 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 21.01.2009

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407 408 409 410 411 412 413 414 415 416 417 418 419 420 421 422 423 424 425 426 427 428 429 430 431 432 433 434 435 436 437 438 439 440 441 442 443 444 445 446 447 448 449 450 451 452 453 454 455 456 457 458 459 460 461

Chilamathur K.B.Halli K.B.Halli K.B.Halli K.B.Halli K.B.Halli K.B.Halli Chowlur Chowlur Chowlur Chowlur Bevanahalli Bevanahalli Bevanahalli Bevanahalli Bevanahalli Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Parigi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Lepakshi Kallumarri Kallumarri Kallumarri Kallumarri Kadirepalli Kadirepalli Kadirepalli Nelakantapuram Nelakantapuram Amarapuram Amarapuram Amarapuram Hemavathi Hemavathi Hemavathi Rolla Rolla Rolla Rolla

B.Sowjanya G.Thirumala sree B.Aswini Nagarathnamma B.Parvathi T.Narayanamma N.Surekha K.N.Roopa K.N.Sarada C.Jyothi D.N.Syamala K.Chandrakala P.Madhavilatha C.P.Nagamani P.Fakrunnisa U.Nalani M.Shareen Begum V.Aruna Kumari A.Savithramma K.H.Chandrakala T.Jayalaskhmi K.Sumalatha K.Manjula H.Muddarathnamma K.N.Sreedevi P.Jayamma G.Lalitha P.Vijayakumari G.N.Jaiseelamma B.Kamakshi P.Parvathi P.Durga Bhavani M.Dhanalalshmi D.Lakshmi K.Sowbhagyamma M.Anuradha B.R.Sunithamma D.M.Hanumakka P.Sasikala B.Radha Devi G.Sumithramma N.Sailajakshi M.Sreedevi G.Manjulamma G.Sujatha E.Gangamma G.Jayamma V.Vani H.S.Bramarambika K.Revathi R.Pavithramma P.Chandrakala N.Bhagyajyothi C.Jayamma R.S.Nagarekha

Koduru K.B.Halli Kotnur Malugur Chalivendula S.Sadlapalli Rachepalli Chowluru Santhebidanur Kotipi Gollapuram Bevanahalli Melapuram (E) Melapuram (W) Thyagaraja Nagar Muddi Reddy Palli Parigi Boreddypalli Dhanapuram Sreerangarajulapalli Moda Kodigenahalli Utukuru Beechiganipalli Sasanakota Pydeti Peddareddipalli Lepakshi Kanchisamudram Cholasamudram Kalluru Pulamathi Manempalli Kondur Bisalamanepalli Sirivaram Kallumarri Bullasamudram Manoor R.Ananthapuram Melavoy ( Kadirepalli ) Madakasira -II Begarlapalli Neelakantapuram Y.Gundumala Amarapuram Gowdanakunta Halukur Hemavathi K.Sivaram Kachikunta Rolla Bommagundana Halli Guddugurki Hotte Betta

21.01.2009 08.01.2009 08.01.2009 20.10.2010 08.01.2009 08.01.2009 08.01.2009 23.04.2011 22.01.2009 23.04.2011 22.01.2009 06.10.2010 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 24.01.2009 06.10.2010 22.01.2009 21.04.2011 28.10.2010 23.01.2009 28.10.2010 22.01.2009 23.01.2009 23.01.2009 22.01.2009 22.01.2009 23.01.2009 21.01.2009 21.01.2009 21.01.2009 18.09.2010 21.01.2009 21.01.2009 18.09.2010 21.01.2009 21.01.2009 07.02.2009 07.02.2009 07.02.2009 26.05.2010 07.02.2009 07.02.2009 07.02.2009 27.06.2009 09.02.2009 15.01.2009 15.01.2009 15.01.2009 15.01.2009 15.09.2009 15.01.2009 04.02.2010 09.08.2009 04.02.2011 09.01.2009

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462 463 464 465 466 467 468

Agali Agali Agali Agali

B.Suseela T.Geetha T.Sailaja E.Jagan Jyothi


K.Rabiya D.Sree Vani

Agali Madhudi Ramana Halli P.Byadigera

17.01.2009 17.01.2009 17.01.2007 17.01.2009


09.08.2003 06.08.2003

G.Nagamma

06.08.2003

Previously this 3 No. of ANMs worked in 24X7 PHCs. Now they are shifting to S/cs under process

Table-15: Sub-centre wise deliveries


No. of deliveries conducted during 2010-11 No. of deliveries conducted during 2011-12 (upto Nov2011)

SN

Name of the PHC

Name of the Sub-centre

There is no delivaries occurred in Sub-Centre premises during 2010-11 & 2011-12

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Total functional delivery points in Public Health Facilities of the Anantapur District SN 1 2 3 4 5 Total No. of SCs a) No. of SCs conducting >3 deliveries/month Total No. of 24X7 PHCs a) No. of 24X7 PHCs conducting > 10 deliveries /month Total No. of any other PHCs a) No. of any other PHCs conducting > 10 deliveries/ month Total No. of CHCs ( Non- FRU) a) No. of CHCs ( Non- FRU) conducting > 10 deliveries /month Total No. of CHCs ( FRU) a) No. of CHCs (FRU) conducting > 20 deliveries /month b) No. of CHCs (FRU) conducting C-sections 6 Total No. of any other FRUs (excluding CHC-FRUs) a) No. of any other FRUs (excluding CHC-FRUs) conducting > 20 deliveries /month b) No. of any other FRUs (excluding CHC-FRUs) conducting Csections 7 Total No. of DH a) No. of DH conducting > 50 deliveries /month b) No. of DH conducting C-section 8 Total No. of District Women And Children hospital (if separate from DH) a) No. of District Women And Children hospital (if separate from DH) conducting > 50 deliveries /month b) No. of District Women And Children hospital (if separate from DH) conducting C-section 9 Total No. of Medical colleges a) No. of Medical colleges conducting > 50 deliveries per month b) No. of Medical colleges conducting C-section 10 Total No. of Accredited PHF a) No. of Accredited PHF conducting > 10 deliveries per month b) No. of Accredited PHF conducting C-sections Indicator Number

586 0 42 25 * 38 3 * 0 0 11 6 * 0 6 6 * 2 1 1 * 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 43 * 16 *

*Upload on State/UT NRHM website, the name wise list of the above facilities which are delivery points. * Send the name wise list of these delivery points, in soft copy. eg. Names of all sub-centres conducting >3 deliveries per month; names of all DH conducting > 50 deliveries per month; names of all DH conducting C sections, etc.

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2a.Name wise Functional Delivery points in Anantapur District


Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Name of the 24 X 7 PHC'sFunctional Delivery points >10/month Tarimela Tadimarri Kambadur Talupula Kothacheruvu Lepakshi Rolla O.D.Cheruvu Mudigubba Peddavaduguru Yadiki Gummagatta Kundurpi Amarpuram Peddapappuru Kudair Nagasamudram Settur Guttur Chilamathur Parigi Brahmasamudram Yellanuru Gudibanda Nallcheruvu Location Tarimela Tadimarri Kambadur Talupula Kothacheruvu Lepakshi Rolla O.D.Cheruvu Mudigubba Peddavaduguru Yadiki Gummagatta Kundurpi Amarpuram Peddapappuru Kudair Nagasamudram Settur Guttur Chilamathur Parigi Brahmasamudram Yellanuru Gudibanda Nallcheruvu

3a) Name of the any other PHCs conducting >10 deliveries /month
Sl.No 1 2 3 Name of the any other PHCs conducting >10 deliveries /month PHC Gorantla PHC Atmakur PHC Gadehothur Location Gorantla Atmakur Gadehothur

5a). No.of CHCs(FRU) Conducting>20 deliveries/Month


Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 No.of CHCs(FRU) Conducting>20 deliveries/Month CHC Tadipatri CHC Uravakonda CHC Konakondla CHC Tanakal CHC Rayadurg CHC Kalyandurg Location Tadipatri Uravakonda Konakondla Tanakal Rayadurg Kalyandurg

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6a). No.of any other FRUs (Excluding CHC .FRUs)Conducting >20 deliveries /Month
Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 No.of any other FRUs (Excluding CHC FRUs)Conducting >20 deliveries /Month AH Gooty AH Guntakal AH Kadiri AH Dharmavaram AH Penukonda AH Madakasira Gooty Guntakal Kadiri Dharmavaram Penukonda Madakasira Location

6b).No.of any other FRUs (Excluding CHC FRUs)Conducting C.section /Month


Sl.No 1 2 No.of any other FRUs (Excluding CHC FRUs)Conducting C.section /Month AH Penukonda AH Madakasira Location Penukonda Madasira

10 a. No.of Accredited PHF conducting>10 deliveries per month


Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 No.of Accredited PHF conducting>10 deliveries per month Balaji Nursing Home Devi Nursing Home SaiKrupa Nursing Home Raviteja Nursing Home Praja Vidyasala Snehalatha Nursing Home Meda Nursing Home Mythri Nursing Home Prasanthi Nursing Home Apolo Nursing Home Life Line Nursing Home Mamatha Nursing Home Baby Hospital Pavani Hospital Sri Sai Balaji Nursing Home Hari Sri Nursing Home M.N.R.Nursing Home S.Padmavathi Nursing Home Preethi Nursing Home S.V.Poly Nursing Home Swapna Nursing Home Sai Krishna Nursing Home Sarada Nursing Home Aravinda Nursing Home PrajaVidyasala Location Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Guntakal Guntakal Guntakal Guntakal Guntakal Tadipatri Tadipatri Tadipatri

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26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

Satya Clinic Veja Nursing Home VCR Nursing Home Laxmi Nursing Home Naik Hospital Silpa Nursing Home Mohan Nursing Home Sainath Nursing Home Nawaz Nursing Home Silpa Nursing Home Spandana Nursing Home Devi Nursing Home APV Nursing Home Praja Nursing Home RDT Anantapur RDT Kanekal RDT Kalyandurg RDT Bathalapalli

Tadipatri Tadipatri Tadipatri Tadipatri Kadiri Kadiri Kadiri Kadiri Hindupur Hindupur Dharmavaram Dharmavaram Dharmavaram Gooty RDT Anantapur RDT Kanekal RDT Kalyandurg RDT Bathalapalli

10 b. No.of Accredited PHF conducting C.Section per month


Sl.No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 No.of Accredited PHF conducting C.Section per month Srinivasa Maternity Nursing Home Navaz Nursing Home Shilpa Nursing Home Spandana Hospital Devi Nursing Home Sainath Nursing Home Naik Hospital RDT Hospital Hanumantharayappa Clinic Chandra Mouli Clinic Sreedevi Nursing Home Snehalatha Maternity Centre Mythri Hospital RDT Hospital Anantapur RDT Bathalapalli RDT Kanekal Location Hindupur Hindupur Hindupur Dharmavaram Dharmavaram Kadiri Kadiri Kalyanadurg Kalyanadurg Narapala Narapala Anantapur Anantapur Anantapur Bathalapalli Kanekal

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Annexure-II Monthly Reporting Format on Delivery Points on key Performance Indicators (KPI)

Monthly Reporting Format on Delivery Points Anantapur Dist.


S.N o. Total deliveries during the month including CSection No. of CSection s where applica ble Total No. of PW detected with Hb level 7 gm & below No. of Maternal Deaths in the facility in reporting month Fn LR with NBCC (Y/N) Fn. OT (Y/ N)

( KPI )

Annexure - II Reporting Month : November


Availa bility of Essen. Drugs (Y/N) BMW (Y/N) MOs & Specialist( Mention No of Anesth. OBG, Pedia. LSAS / EmOC Trained MO and other MO NO. of SNs/ ANMs posted at the facility

Name & Type of Facility

Fn BSU / BB ( Y/N)

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28

GGH - Anantapur DH- Hindupur AH- Kadiri AH Guntakal AH - Dharmavaram AH - Gooty AH - Penukonda AH - Madakasira CHC Tadipatri CHC - Rayadurg CHC - Kalyandurg CHC - Uravakonda CHC - Singanamala CHC - Nallamada CHC - Konakondla CHC - Tanakal CHC Pamidi CHC - C.K.Palli CHC - Kanekal
PHC Atmakur PHC Rapthadu PHC Kudair
PHC B.K.Samudram

PHC Tarimela PHC Korrapadu PHC Narpala PHC Yellanur


PHC Thimmampalli

3741 35 18 25 32 16 5 66 15 32 5 54 24 16 6 5 5 6 5 19 11 13 3 7 15 19

1056 -

6 -

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y N Y N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

80 25 2+24=26 17 3+7=10 3+7=10 10 2+5=7 2+4=6 2 2+5=7 1+6=7 5 5 6 4 8 6 5 7 1 1+2=3 1 1+1=2 0 1+2=3 1+2=3 1+1=2

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29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70

PHC Putlur PHC Chukkaluru PHC Yadiki PHC Peddapappur PHC Bethapalli PHC P.Vaduguru PHC Kistapadu PHC Garladinne
PHC Eddulapalli PHC Nagasamudram

PHC Vajrakarur
PHC Vidapanakal PHC Gadehothur PHC P.Kottalapalli PHC P.Kowkuntla PHC Raketla PHC Darsinamala PHC Bathalapalli PHC Tadimarri
PHC Kanaganepalli

PHC N.S.Gate PHC Ramagiri PHC Peruru


PHC Muddinayanipalli PHC Bramhasamudram

PHC Kambadur PHC Settur PHC Kundurpi PHC Beluguppa PHC Yerragunta PHC Garudachedu PHC Bommanahal PHC Sreedhargatta PHC Avuladhatla PHC Gummagatta PHC D.Hirehal PHC Nagalapuram PHC Guttur PHC Roddam PHC Somandepalli PHC Kothacheruvu PHC Gorantla

8 4 22 30 12 14 2 3 19 10 13 15 9 2 9 7 3 2 7 1 11 32 15 19 6 6 1 12 11 14 5 6 6 16 2 2 38

1 -

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y N Y Y Y Y N Y N Y Y Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y N Y N N Y Y Y N Y Y Y Y

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

0 1 3+1=4 1+2=3 1+1=2 1 1 1 1 1+2=3 7 1+1=2 1 1 1+1=2 1 1 1+1=2 3+1=4 1 1 1+2=3 1 1 1 1+1=2 1+2=3 1 1 1 1 1+1=2 1 1 1+1=2 1 1 1+2=3 1+1=2 1 1+1=2 8+3=11

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71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

PHC Puttaparthi PHC V.M.Cheruvu PHC Bukkapatnam PHC Pamudurthy PHC Krishnapuram PHC Reddypalli PHC O.D.Cheruvu PHC Kokkanti PHC Amadagur PHC Nallacheruvu PHC Patnam PHC Gandlapenta PHC N.P.Kunta PHC Mudigubba PHC Talupula PHC Chilamathur PHC K.B.Halli PHC Chowluru PHC Bevanahalli PHC Parigi PHC Lepakshi PHC Kallumarri PHC Kadirepalli
PHC Neelakantapuram

PHC Amarapuram PHC Hemavathi


PHC Gudibanda

PHC Rolla PHC Agali Total

1 2 7 3 4 8 4 7 5 6 3 18 9 17 1 3 17 22 2 19 3 24 5

1 2

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y N Y N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y N N Y N Y Y Y

N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N N

Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No No

1 1 1+2=3 0+2=2 1 1 1 5 1 1+2=3 1+1=2 1 1 3 4 3 1 1 1 1+1=2 1 1+2=3 0 1 1+2=3 0 0 6+2=8 1

NOTE: NO. of SNs posted at the facility shown as NRHM SN + Regular SN

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