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  • Boat Clinics Districts- Government of India list Blocks- Health on the March (Literacy, CBR)‏ Backward Villages- Womens Literacy, Womens Participation in Income Generating Activities Urban Slums
  • High Level Expert Group (Planning Commission)- Universal Health Care Access Oct 2010 World Health Report 2010: Health Systems Financing, the path to universal coverage National Commission for Macroeconomics and Health 2005 Peoples Health Assembly Savar (Dhaka)‏ Health for All 2000
  • Diarrhoea Treatment- 9.2 % by Government WB - 65.7 % by private No Treatment outside 25.6% ARI Treatment- 12.9 % by Government WB - 67 % by private No Treatment outside 22.2%
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    • 1. Medical Care and Emergency Can We Reduce Health Risks?
    • 2. Darjiling Tea Geographic Risk Jalpaiguri Gardens Koch Bihar Uttar Dinajpur North Bengal Dakshin Dinajpur Maldah Murshidabad Birbhum Char/ Puruliya Barddhaman Nadia Islands Bankura HugliPaschimancha North Twenty Four Parganas Kolkata Haoral Medinipur South Twenty Four Parganas
    • 3. Vulnerable
    • 4. Health Problems In Disaster Infectious Acute Chronic ARI/ TB Pneumonia/ Leprosy Otitis Filaria Malaria Kala Azar Measles HIV Diarrhoea Skin Non Infectious Acute Chronic Snakebite BP Injury Diabetes Drowning Asthma RCH BlindnessMaternal DeafnessNeonatal MentalMalnutrition Congenital / Cancer
    • 5. Good Practices from the field Local Life Jackets made by SHGsDuring the CBDP programme in Uttar Dinajpur / Malda Self Help Groups learnt how to make cost effective life jackets using commonly available materials.
    • 6. Rural Ambulance converted VanRickshaws Modified Van Rickshaw in 24 Parganas Sunderban area- use of van- rickshaw as a rural ambulance that could save hundreds of lives by only being able to trans-port patients from the house-holds to the local clinic, in the specific region of rural West Bengal
    • 7. Boat Ambulance/ Clinic
    • 8. Post Aila Water Collection
    • 9. ORT Corners
    • 10. Outreach
    • 11. Fever Treatment DepotsDooars- Indian Tea Association has set up Malaria clinics in the remote gardens. These are a support to the Fever Treatment Depots where ICDS workers keep Malaria medicines and can take blood for tests
    • 12. First-sustain rapid diagnostic kits, ACT andCommunity- funds.Outreach- Reach sufficient coverage (80%) of bed nets,Clinic/ Facility- particularly to BPL Second, orient MO in PHC -early referral of malaria with complications. Third, community awareness to seek prompt treatment. Fourth, spray teams must catch up DDT spraying Fifth, orient private practitioners -appropriate anti-malarials, management of severe malaria and early referral. PPP with tea gardens Risk factors for malaria deaths in Jalpaiguri district, West Bengal, India: evidence for further action J Sarkar et al Malar J. 2009; 8: 133. Published online 2009 June 16