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Emergency Preparedness Status in Maharashtra (IEAG July11)

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  1. Emergency Preparedness Status in Maharashtra(IEAG July11) Dr D S Dakhure Director(H&FW-MH)

  2. Maharashtra • Part I Epidemiological risk in Maharashtra • Part II Emergency Preparedness & response Plan (EPRP)

  3. Part I WPV importation and Transmission risk in Maharashtra

  4. Source: Census 2011 MH

  5. Maharashtra is the second most populous state after Uttar Pradesh and third largest state by area after Rajasthan & Madhya Pradesh in India. It is the richest state in India- MIGRATION RISK- PULL MIGRATION

  6. Risk factors-Maharashtra • High urbanization • High migration (inter/intra state) • Booming construction industry • Slums • Seasonal migrants (sugar cane cutters-Beed) • Past history of WPV importations/ transmission

  7. MAHARASHTRA WPV Cases – 2010 & 2011* P1 Wild Case - 5 IdcodeDonset 1) MH-NSK-10-201 10/01/2010 Mohd. Kasim Asrar Ahmad – 12 months 2) MH-NSK-10-217 21/07/2010 Sultan Shaikh Akil – 24 months 3) MH-NSK-10-220 24/08/2010 Altmish Anjum Siraj Ahmad – 10 months 4) MH-NSK-10-221 10/08/2010 Fareeha Mohd. Ibrahim – 22 months 5) INDMHOBD10017 16/09/2010 Raj Kiran Ade – 10 months

  8. Mumbai

  9. High Risk Wards in Mumbai 9 High Risk wards in Mumbai on highest priority for SIA & Surveillance

  10. Additionally ….. • Industrialized areas of Thane (Bhiwandi) & Raigad are at high risk of WPV transmission due to: 1) High MIGRATION 2) Construction workforce from endemic states of UP, Bihar & West Bengal) 3) Slums with migration

  11. Areas at risk WPV transmission in Maharashtra

  12. Part II Emergency Preparedness & response Plan (EPRP)-MH status

  13. State Emergency Preparedness & Response Group – Maharashtra formed • Preparatory meeting was held in 3rd week of Apr.11 in Pune with Addl Director and SEPIO to finalize names of RRT team members for high risk areas. • EPRP meeting was held on 7th May 11 at Arogya Bhavan Mumbai under chairmanship of Director (H&FW)

  14. EPRP-Maharashtra • EPRP meeting was conducted under chairmanship of Director-H&FW,MH with officials from all high risk areas :Mumbai, Malegaon Bhiwandi, Thane & Nasik districts. • All members of core team were explained in detail about EPRP • Senior experienced officials from state are identified as RRT members

  15. EPRP-Maharashtra • They are assigned all pre-identified high risk areas. • Senior state officials from HQ are designated as state supervisors for RRT members.

  16. Special Plan for strengthening Routine Immunization in Malegaon Corporation • Deployment of PHNs and ANMs to Malegaon Corporation to manage RI • Has shown good results • Out of 2790 RI sessions planned 2730 (98%) conducted

  17. Improvement in Malegaon RI due to deployment PHN/ANMs

  18. Summary • Mumbai/ Thane followed by Malegaon are highest risk areas for WPV transmission • Maharashtra is fully committed to implement Emergency Preparedness Response Plan • SIA preparedness meetings of all key officials from high risk areas are conducted before each SIA • Regular reviews at highest level for all HIGH RISK area during/after ALL SIAs for corrective actions.

  19. With all good wishes from Maharashtra THANK YOU