Regarding the special Diarrhea Control of the Panhandwas program, the scheme ‘Namaste Dindi’ was started in the primary health center at the Pregnant Women’s Samman Yojna. The program was inaugurated by District Education and Health chairperson Ramesh Ambuay, under the chairmanship of district panchayat Tejukala gahane.
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Kesori: A special scheme of ‘Prevention of Diarrhea of Pregnancy’ was started in the primary health center of the ‘Pregnant Women’s Samman Yojna’. The program was inaugurated by District Education and Health chairperson Ramesh Ambuay, under the chairmanship of district panchayat Tejukala gahane.
At this time, District Health Officer Dr. Sham Nimgade, District NGO Tripathi, Taluka Medical Officer Raut, Panchayat, Archana Raut, Pt. Member Ramlal Mughankar, Dr. Pinku Mandal, Charan Chattule, Prakash Valthare were present on the occasion. Health Advisor Milkha Gadge has said that pregnancy women’s honor scheme Namaste Daydhi is the first primary health center in the district.
This scheme is related to pregnant women and the baby should grow in the stomach of pregnant women by telling the future of the country as the future of the mother. Keeping this concept forward, every citizen has to give respect to pregnant women. Dr. Under this guidance of Pintoo Mandal, Sadar innovative initiative was started under this Primary Health Center. If you find a woman with respect to bus station, railway station, ATM, market, shop, toilet, dispensary, then publicly, it will be the result of this scheme if she gets pregnant. Ramesh Ambuay explained the advanced problems of the Primary Health Center to Dr Pimpu Mandal. The instructions were given to District Health Officer Dr. Shah Nimgade for proper supply of medicines to these places. He appreciated the employees of the Health Center for implementing such a program in tribal and remote areas. Dr.Asham Nimgade not only in the taluka but also in health in Gondia district New-new action plan to be introduced kesorici as the only primary health center implemented.