Uttarakhand Case Study

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The under developed district in Uttarakhand face major problems related to unhygienic health conditions which is prevalent in these area like Chamoli, Haridwar, Garwal, Udham singh Nagar, Uttarkashi, Pithoragarh, Champawat, Bageshwar, Rudraprayag and Teri Garwal The condition of the women is most vulnerable in these region specially women who are pregnant. During one of the conferences held the rights of the women were recognized as human rights all over the world. The ploicices nad the procedures were laid down to in context to health perspective so that more ficus can be laid upon the health structure of the women refection upon the reproductive health. In recent years more concern has developed towards
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Even the health departments in the region do not cater to the needs of the patients. The lack of knowledge by many of the health officials result in poor services t be delivered during the time of emergency. After the birth of the child the women health should not be neglected and proper care should be given during the postnatal stage which is of utmost importance during this …show more content…
There is also lack of health facility in the hilly region. Due to the deforestation the left over residue is being carried by the women which in turns affect the health of the women and nutritional status of the.
It was found by the researcher during the interview of the Anganwaadi worker that the government has taken initiative of organizing the health camps in the blocks so that the villagers are not denied of the basic amenities. It was suggested that he health camps will be taking place on a bi monthly basis in each block of the district. The health workers working in the blocks found these c amps to be effective for the beneficiaries. The services which are provided in the camp are ante natal and post natal checkups, immunization, IFA distribution, RTI/STI treatment
Chart: 1 Shows the organizational set up of the PHC in Ramgarh Block of Nanital District in

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