Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
0
Measles Surveillance & RI UDJ Status Report
WEST  BENGAL
UDJ –Reported highest Measles Mortality in WB-Since 2007 Weekly Reporting Measles-Surveillance
Death Source – Routine weekly reports
Source – Routine weekly reports
Source – Routine weekly reports Measles immunization coverage – 61% (DLHS-3)
Details of measles Outbreak-UDJ(2008-09-10)
MCV1 status of  cases  (1-4 yr age) of confirmed measles/rubella outbreaks in West Bengal and select districts : 2009 West...
PRELIMINARY SEARCH  & DETAILED OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION -2009,2010 Under-Reporting !!!
 
 
CHANDVITA ,DAKHINPALPARA ,KHOSAUR MOB-UDJ-09-019 [ Measles] [ Mar 2009 ] MADHUSIKHAR ,BARMANPARA ,SAHASPUR MOB-UDJ-09-062[...
Report of recent preliminary searches after Gedrigaon Outbreak S.No. Block G.P Village Total no. of cases Vaccination Stat...
 
SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
Manpower Resource Analysis-UDJ NAME OF BLOCK No. of MO/CHOSO/AMO/HMO No. of PHN NO. of PHC No. of GP No. of SC Vacant ANM ...
Shortage or Mal-distribution of Manpower NAME OF BLOCK No. of GP No. of PHN CHOPRA 8 2 GOALPOKHAR I 14 1 GOALPOKHAR II 11 ...
Work load Analysis  [Data given by Block] SUBCENTRE  POPULATION > 10,000 BLOCK GP SC POPULATION Total No. of SC CHOPRA Dat...
SUBCENTRE  POPULATION > 10,000 ITAHAR KAPASIA KAPASIA 13572 4 GULANDHAR I DHULOHAR 10691 DURGAPUR KUKRAKUNDA 10582 ITAHAR ...
ICDS INVOLVMENT <ul><li>VHND Regularization </li></ul><ul><li>2.  3 rd  Friday meeting </li></ul>Inter sectoral coordinati...
Literacy & Demographic Status of Blocks
West Bengal  Literacy (>7 years) 2001
Blocks of Purnea Sub Division Census 2001 and Uttar Dinajpur
HEALTH SYSTEM ANALYSIS <ul><li>HS (M) and HS (F) tire of supervisor can be activated for proper  </li></ul><ul><li>and reg...
MONITORING <ul><li>MOs in a  block should be assigned as GP wise monitoring officer. </li></ul><ul><li>one MO should monit...
IEC & Sensitization 1 . For proper PRI involvement CHCMI meetings  can be strengthened at GP level 2. Due to very low lite...
Measles: Disease and  Epidemiology Thanks with a big hope
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Presentation measles-udj 2010

382

Published on

Subhajit Bhattacharjee

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
382
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
5
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide
  • Question Idea: How about develop key talking points and hand out a copy with slides to STOP team to go along with flip chart. Something like the Pink Book but simpler. Wouldn’t have to be done until later. I’d like working on it with the technical information you provide or I could draft it based on key points you confirm for me or documents you think best to reference.
  • Transcript of "Presentation measles-udj 2010"

    1. 1. Measles Surveillance & RI UDJ Status Report
    2. 2. WEST BENGAL
    3. 3. UDJ –Reported highest Measles Mortality in WB-Since 2007 Weekly Reporting Measles-Surveillance
    4. 4. Death Source – Routine weekly reports
    5. 5. Source – Routine weekly reports
    6. 6. Source – Routine weekly reports Measles immunization coverage – 61% (DLHS-3)
    7. 7. Details of measles Outbreak-UDJ(2008-09-10)
    8. 8. MCV1 status of cases (1-4 yr age) of confirmed measles/rubella outbreaks in West Bengal and select districts : 2009 West Bengal N(1-4yr)=1681 Uttar Dinajpur N(1-4yr)=103 Vaccinated Unvaccinated Status unknown
    9. 9. PRELIMINARY SEARCH & DETAILED OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION -2009,2010 Under-Reporting !!!
    10. 12. CHANDVITA ,DAKHINPALPARA ,KHOSAUR MOB-UDJ-09-019 [ Measles] [ Mar 2009 ] MADHUSIKHAR ,BARMANPARA ,SAHASPUR MOB-UDJ-09-062[ Measles ] [Nov 2009] LOHAGARA ,LAGUA MOB-UDJ-09-020 [ Measles] [ Mar 2009] GEDRIGAON ,GOAGAON-II MOB-UDJ-10-009[ Measles ][ Mar 2010] 36 KM 25 Km 33 Km DETAILED OUTBREAK INVESTIGATION [2009& 10] ADHIR BHATIPARA MOB-UDJ-09-006 [ Mixed] [Jan 2009] Rudrakhanda ,Gouri--16 cases [14 May] Kokila ,Sahapur-I-39 cases[4 May] Birbalvita , Goagaon I & II -- 38 cases [5 May] Bangaon ,Goagaon-I—102 cases + 1 death [14 April] Badlavita ,Bajargaon-II--- -37 cases [4 May] RECENT OUTBREAKS OF FEVER & RASH [2010] – As repeated investigation points towards continuation of same outbreaks-DOBI not done.
    11. 13. Report of recent preliminary searches after Gedrigaon Outbreak S.No. Block G.P Village Total no. of cases Vaccination Status Death Yes No Unknown 1 G.P-I Goagaon-I Purba Bangaon 101 3 97 1 1 2. GP-I Goagaon-I & II Birbalvita 38 8 28 2 0 3 G.P-I Sahapur-I Kukila 39 7 31 1 0 4 Karandighi Bazargaon-II Badlavita 37 2 35 0 0 5 Raigunj Gouri Rudrakhanda 16 0 13 3` 0 Total 231 20 204 7 1
    12. 15. SITUATIONAL ANALYSIS
    13. 16. Manpower Resource Analysis-UDJ NAME OF BLOCK No. of MO/CHOSO/AMO/HMO No. of PHN NO. of PHC No. of GP No. of SC Vacant ANM (1st ) No. of 2nd ANM Vacant 2nd ANM Sanctioned ASHA Worker No. of ASHA Worker Vacant ASHA NO. of ICDS Worker CHOPRA 7 2 3 8 34 0 21 13 256 133 123 223 GOALPOKHAR I 9 1 1 14 40 2 13 27 245 221 24 310 GOALPOKHAR II 7 1 2 11 35 2 19 16 226 150 76 252 HEMTABAD 8 2 2 5 19 0 16 3 131 0 131 158 ISLAMPUR 6 1 1 13 38 0 13 25 280 100 180 332 ITAHAR 10 2 3 12 42 0 36 6 214 198 16 294 KALIAGANJ 14 3 2 8 31 0 30 1 212 0 212 166 KARANDIGHI 14 1 2 13 48 2 34 14 285 145 140 418 RAIGANJ 9 1 3 14 57 0 39 18 405 271 134 431 RAIGANJ-M   2           0         ISLAMPUR-M   1           0         KALIAGANJ-M   0           0         District total 84 17 19 98 344 6 221 123 2254 1218 1036 2584
    14. 17. Shortage or Mal-distribution of Manpower NAME OF BLOCK No. of GP No. of PHN CHOPRA 8 2 GOALPOKHAR I 14 1 GOALPOKHAR II 11 1 HEMTABAD 5 2 ISLAMPUR 13 1 ITAHAR 12 2 KALIAGANJ 8 3 KARANDIGHI 13 1 RAIGANJ 14 1 RAIGANJ-M   2 ISLAMPUR-M   1 KALIAGANJ-M   0 District total 98 17
    15. 18. Work load Analysis [Data given by Block] SUBCENTRE POPULATION > 10,000 BLOCK GP SC POPULATION Total No. of SC CHOPRA Data not availabele from block GOALPOKHAR I GOAGAON II TILAN 12888 8 SAHAPUR I DUBKOL 10382 DHARAMPUR II MAJLISPUR 12455 PANJIPARA HASKUNDA 11985 SANTINAGAR 11583 GOTI CHARGHARIA 10665 GOAGAON I GOAGAON 13462 CHAPUA 10750 GOALPOKHAR II BELON BIJULIA 10197 4 NIJAMPUR I BOROGAON 10283 SURJAPUR SURJAPUR 11964 LALGANJ 10090 HEMTABAD NIL 0 ISLAMPUR   AJITBAS COLONY 11390 2 RAMGANJ II RAMGANJ 10830
    16. 19. SUBCENTRE POPULATION > 10,000 ITAHAR KAPASIA KAPASIA 13572 4 GULANDHAR I DHULOHAR 10691 DURGAPUR KUKRAKUNDA 10582 ITAHAR MIRJATPUR 12467 KALIAGANJ   MUSTAFANAGAR 12057 1 KARANDIGHI ALTAPUR I RAGHABPUR 12837 5 RASAKHOA II RASAKHOA 11203 DALKHOLA I NICHITPUR 13996 HEMENPUR 11559 DALKHOLA M SUBHASHPALLY 10000 RAIGANJ BHATUN TAJPUR 10500 7 BHATUN 10202 MALIBARI 10251 SITGRAM SITGRAM 10404 MARAIKURA KASBA 10529 KAMALABARI I CHATRAPUR 10300 KARNAJORA 10953 BLOCK GP SC POPULATION Total No. of SC
    17. 20. ICDS INVOLVMENT <ul><li>VHND Regularization </li></ul><ul><li>2. 3 rd Friday meeting </li></ul>Inter sectoral coordination can be improved after regular interaction of AWW & ANM workers NAME OF BLOCK NO. of ICDS Worker CHOPRA 223 GOALPOKHAR I 310 GOALPOKHAR II 252 HEMTABAD 158 ISLAMPUR 332 ITAHAR 294 KALIAGANJ 166 KARANDIGHI 418 RAIGANJ 431 RAIGANJ-M   ISLAMPUR-M   KALIAGANJ-M   District total 2584
    18. 21. Literacy & Demographic Status of Blocks
    19. 22. West Bengal Literacy (>7 years) 2001
    20. 23. Blocks of Purnea Sub Division Census 2001 and Uttar Dinajpur
    21. 24. HEALTH SYSTEM ANALYSIS <ul><li>HS (M) and HS (F) tire of supervisor can be activated for proper </li></ul><ul><li>and regular monitoring of SCs. </li></ul><ul><li>Tuesday meeting for HSs can be regularized under district </li></ul><ul><li>level monitoring officers. </li></ul><ul><li>Regular district level meeting by monitoring officers regarding Progress. </li></ul><ul><li>Vacant man power resources described earlier to be considered </li></ul><ul><li>urgently. </li></ul><ul><li>5. Proper microplan and session planning by ANM should be ensured. </li></ul><ul><li>6. Regular health camp in presence of MOs should be arranged where out reach </li></ul><ul><li>sessions and IEC activities can be organized concomitantly </li></ul>
    22. 25. MONITORING <ul><li>MOs in a block should be assigned as GP wise monitoring officer. </li></ul><ul><li>one MO should monitor one or more GP regularly. The MO will be </li></ul><ul><li>responsible for any discrepancies in his/her assigned GP </li></ul><ul><li>Specialized and technically advanced monitoring system can be initiated with the </li></ul><ul><li>help of NPSP-WHO. </li></ul>
    23. 26. IEC & Sensitization 1 . For proper PRI involvement CHCMI meetings can be strengthened at GP level 2. Due to very low literacy and high density minority population in the high risk blocks, a relative resistance to RI activities are noted. Hence special IEC drives addressing those vulnerable population can be planned 3. Regular & proper sensitization meetings can be organized.
    24. 27. Measles: Disease and Epidemiology Thanks with a big hope
    1. A particular slide catching your eye?

      Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

    ×