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18th January 2017 02:25 PM
sumit
Re: Directorate of health and family welfare department Karnataka

As you are looking for last year annual report of Directorate of health and family welfare department Karnataka, so on your demand I am providing same for you:

Welfare measures for the Persons Affected by Leprosy
1. 134 Reconstructive Surgery Operations done as on 31st
March 2015
` 8000/- paid as incentive for RCS undergone Persons Affected by Leprosy.
2. Micro Cellular Rubber Footwear provided to 3107 Persons Affected by
Leprosy ( PALs).
3. 1630 Self care kits provided to foot ulcer cases.
4. 205 Lepra reaction cases treated with supportive drugs.
5. Splints crutches and other needed appliances provided.
6. 5% of Group ā€˜Dā€™ Jobs reserved for the Persons affected by Leprosy during
recruitment..
7. Prevention of Deformity (POD) camps conducted regularly in all the Taluk
level hospital.
8. Civic amenities and Medical facilities provided to the Persons Affected by
Leprosy family member residing in 20 Leprosy colonies in the State.
9. Grant-in Aid is provided by State Govt. for the NGO, hospitals providing
treatment to the Persons Affected by Leprosy at the rate ` 500/bed for
adults and ` 275/bed for children per month.
The main objectives under NLEP
1. Elimination of leprosy i.e prevalence of less than 1 case per 10000
population in all the districts of the State.
2. Strengthening Disability Prevention & Medical Rehabilitation of persons
affected by leprosy.
3. Reduction in the level of stigma associated with leprosy.
NLEP Results proposed to be achieved at the end of the 12th Plan period
1. Improved early case detection
2. Improved case management
3. Stigma reduced
4. Development of leprosy expertise sustained
5. Monitoring supervision and evaluation system improved
6. Increased participation of persons affected by leprosy in society
7. Programme management ensured

Directorate of health and family welfare department Karnataka Annual report 2015


18th January 2017 01:27 PM
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Directorate of health and family welfare department Karnataka

Hi buddy here I have come to get last year annual report of Directorate of health and family welfare department Karnataka, so would you plz tell me from where we can get it ??

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