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NHHSM reaches far flung remote villages along the Indo-Myanmar Border

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Siamchinthang Tangpua

LAMKA, October 26: A one day free medical camp held today under National Rural Health Mission (NRHSM) at Primary health Centre (PHS), Behiang village along the India and Myanmar village which was organised by Churachandpur district Health Mission and attended by various departments of 60- Singngat (ST) Assembly Constituency MLA Ginsuanhau and inaugurated on ultra sound and generator at the Primary Health Centre ,including   DR Ibomcha Singh, Director of Health Services, Manipur  and its department  attended the programme. During the press interview, He said under the vision reaching to the unreached, now the NRHSM, Manipur priorities the hard to reach the interior places of the state.Speaking to media persons at Behiang village, along the Indo-Myanmar border village at Primary Health Centre, he said that an action plan will be chalked out for infrastructure development of human resources and strengthening delivery points and also additional allocation with 30 per cent fund compared to the previous years.The Director of Health Services, Manipur  Dr Ibomcha Singh said, it is to remind that the health department or health mission alone cannot bring total transformation or improvement of health indicators, but it required a multispectral involvement like PHED,PWD, or power department and community leaders.The director of health said that its goal is to reduced MMR,IMR,and TFR, he recalled that for prevention and reduction of anaemia in women aged between 15-49 years, prevent and reduce mortality and morbidity from communicable injuries and emerging diseases.Dr O Ibomcha Singh said, it was an aim of reduce household out of pocket expenditure on total health care expenditure, to reduce annual incidence and mortality from tuberculosis by half along the international border, and said that it was an aim to reduce3 the prevalence of leprosy to 1/10000 population and incidence to zero in the hill district, and further added that annual malaria incidence to be broughtdown.When see the border village of Behiang, it is quite encouraging such as concerted initiative of involving local MLA, Deputy Commissioner, Churachandpur, Sub-Divisional Officers, and other line department officials including local communities for improvement of health services in Behiang village which must be replicated elsewhere in the state, he added.

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