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Reproductive and Child Health Programme (RCH)

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  1. Reproductive and Child Health Programme (RCH)

  2. Programme launched on 15th October 1997 • ‘People have the ability to reproduce and regulate their fertility, women are able to go through pregnancy and childbirth safely, the outcome of pregnancies is successful in terms of maternal and infant survival and well being, and couples able to have sexual relations, free of fear of pregnancy and of contracting disease’

  3. Components of RCH

  4. Main highlights of RCH • Integrates all interventions of fertility regulation, maternal & child health with reproductive health for men & women • Decentralized participatory planning and target free approach • Upgradation of the level of health facilities for providing various interventions & quality of care • Facilities of obstetric care, MTP & IUD insertion in PHC level are improved and IUD insertion facilities are also available in sub-centre • Specialist facilities for STD and RTI in district and sub district hospitals • Improve out reach of services to vulnerable groups – Urban slums, tribal's and adolescent population

  5. Interventions in all districts • Child survival interventions • Safe motherhood interventions • Implementation of target free approach • High quality training at all levels • IEC activities • Specially designed RCH package for urban slums and tribal areas • District sub projects under Local Capacity Enhancement • RTI/STD clinics at district • Facility for safe abortion at PHCs • Adolescent health and reproductive hygiene • Enhanced community participation

  6. Interventions in selected States/Districts • Screening & treatment of RTI/STD at sub divisional level • EmOC at selected FRUs by providing drugs • Essential obstetric care by providing drugs and staffs at PHCs • Additional ANM at sub-centres in weak districts for ensuring MCH care • Improved delivery services & emergency care by providing equipment kits, IUDs and ANM kits at sub centers • Facility for referral transport of pregnant women during emergency

  7. Essential obstetric care • Emergency obstetric care • 24 hour delivery services at PHCs/CHCs • Medical Termination of Pregnancy- MTP Act 1971 • Control of RTI and STD • Immunization • Essential newborn care • Diarrheal disease control • Acute respiratory disease control • Prevention & control of vitamin A deficiency in children • Prevention and control of Anemia in children • Drug and equipment kits

  8. Drug and equipment kits • At sub centre level: • Drug kit A • Drug kit B • Mid-wifery kit • Sub centre equipment kit • At PHC level: • PHC equipment kit • At CHC/FRU level: -Equipment kits from kit E to kit P • In addition, a drug kit for essential obstetric care will be supplied to PHCs in category C districts

  9. Initiation taken after adoption of National Population Policy 2000 • RCH camps • RCH Out-reach scheme • Border District Cluster Strategy (BDCS) • Introduction of Hepatitis B vaccination project • Training of dais • District surveys

  10. RCH - PHASE II • Began from 1st April 2005 • Major strategy includes: • Essential obstetric care • Institutional delivery • Skilled attendance at delivery • Emergency obstetric care • Operationalizing FRUs • Operationalizing PHCs & CHCs for round the clock delivery services • Strengthening referral system

  11. New initiatives • Training of MBBS doctors in life saving anesthetic skills for emergency obstetric care • Setting up of blood storage centers at FRUs • JananiSurakshaYojana