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MHV Sanchore Monthly Report, December 2014

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Jalore is located in desert area. Although physical infrastructures are very racy in this area but major problem is scattered population. Due to this problem, it’s very difficult to bring the every facility to remote areas. It was observed that this is a major reason behind the huge gap in health standard across the CAIRN operational area.
To overcome this problem a major initiative was taken by Dhara Sansthan with financial support of CAIRN India Ltd. The objective is
“To strengthening the health standard and provide quality health service s in pipeline villages”.
The journey of MHV was started in August 2010 from Sanchore. Currently MHV is covering 22 villages under CAIRN operational area in Sanchore and Chitalwana block of Jalore District and Gudamalani block of Barmer District.

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MHV Sanchore Monthly Report, December 2014

  1. 1. 2014 Submitted to CAIRN India Submitted by Dhara Sansthan Dhara Sansthan 245, Near Vishwakarma Circle Barmer dharasansthan@gmail.com dhar Mobile Health Van (MHV), Sanchor Unit Monthly Report– December, 2014
  2. 2. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore Background Jalore is located in desert area. Although physical infrastructures are very racy in this area but major problem is scattered population. Due to this problem, it’s very difficult to bring the every facility to remote areas. It was observed that this is a major reason behind the huge gap in health standard across the CAIRN operational area. To overcome this problem a major initiative was taken by Dhara Sansthan with financial support of CAIRN India Ltd. The objective is “To strengthening the health standard and provide quality health service s in pipeline villages”. The journey of MHV was started in August 2010 from Sanchore. Currently MHV is covering 22 villages under CAIRN operational area in Sanchore and Chitalwana block of Jalore District and Gudamalani block of Barmer District. Status of OPD during Month December (01 December - 31 December, 2014) During the Reporting period for December 2014 Total number of Camps held were 84, covering around 22 pipeline villages and 24 halts across CAIRN operational area. The MHV is running on weekly basis (5 Days in a week). In the month of December the patients treated under General OPD were 2458 and 37 patients under Eye OPD. Patients treated under Gerneral OPD General OPD Male Female ROU Total 1291 1167 566 2458 Page 2 of 6
  3. 3. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore Patients treated under Eye OPD: - Page 3 of 6
  4. 4. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore Eye OPD Male Female ROU Total 21 16 12 37 Disease Pattern As per details given in chart below, it is evident that the highest proportion of diseases has been occurred as Respiratory disease, Pain, Skin disease and G.I.T. Page 4 of 6
  5. 5. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore Doctor’s opinion about target community- -People are not worried to know reason for decease & to cure disease. -Apart from medicine they are not taking any precaution. - Lack of Health education among community. -People are not ready to change life style & daily routine. -Majority patients are suffering from respiratory and joint pain. Importance of MHV- -In spite of winter season villagers are waiting at the MHV halting point, apart from this they are carrying infants for treatment as well. -Some villages are located far from the blocks so medical facility is not available nearby. -They are satisfied with our products (medicine) and services because 50 % patients are repeated - Through efficient effort our team has developed faith in the mind and heart of the villagers. Project Learning- It is very tough for us to maintain traffic and give treatment in short period of time. Travelling time is a big challenge for us. Medical Officer does not have enough time for each and every patient to discuss over diseases so that patient can be aware about the trouble and learn how to deal with it. We have found out area of improvement which is lifestyle of villagers, Apart from treatment they need to share precaution in their daily routine. Indicator Report:- SN Indicator Description 1 Number of villages covered under MHV 22 2 Number of MHV visits conducted as per plan 5 3 No of OPDs registered – MHV (including Eye) 2495 4 No. of diagnosis carried out by MHV (LT) - 5 No of OPDs- Male and Female – MHV Male 1291 Female 1167 6 Number of patients treated - MHV a. General 2458 b. Ophthalmology 37 7 % change in number of patients treated from previous month - MHV Increase / Decrease Page 5 of 6
  6. 6. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore a. General 51.82 b. Ophthalmology 79.32 8 Number of patients who were referred to the nearest facility for testing - under MHV program and Health Camps 3 9 No of referrals closed 0 10 Number of health camps held 1 11 Number of patients treated at the health camps 410 12 Number of villages covered under Health Camps 1 13 Number of patients who were referred to the nearest facility for testing under Health Camps 0 14 No of awareness campaign held under MHV project 0 15 No. of participants 0 16 No of awareness sessions/camps held under MHV project 1 17 No. of participants 0 18 No of village meetings organised 0 19 No. of villagers participated in the meeting 0 20 No. of villages in which meetings were organised 0 21 No of cases referred/counseled for Institutional delivery 0 22 No of cases/new born counseled for Immunisation through state system. 0 23 No. of feedback forms filled up 0 24 No. of persons linked under govt. welfare schemes under MHV project 0 25 If any other activity organised …………………(Name)……Padharo Mahri Lado………………….. 0 26 No. of persons benefited / attended the programme 0 _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 6 of 6
  7. 7. Mobile Health Van Project Sanchore a. General 51.82 b. Ophthalmology 79.32 8 Number of patients who were referred to the nearest facility for testing - under MHV program and Health Camps 3 9 No of referrals closed 0 10 Number of health camps held 1 11 Number of patients treated at the health camps 410 12 Number of villages covered under Health Camps 1 13 Number of patients who were referred to the nearest facility for testing under Health Camps 0 14 No of awareness campaign held under MHV project 0 15 No. of participants 0 16 No of awareness sessions/camps held under MHV project 1 17 No. of participants 0 18 No of village meetings organised 0 19 No. of villagers participated in the meeting 0 20 No. of villages in which meetings were organised 0 21 No of cases referred/counseled for Institutional delivery 0 22 No of cases/new born counseled for Immunisation through state system. 0 23 No. of feedback forms filled up 0 24 No. of persons linked under govt. welfare schemes under MHV project 0 25 If any other activity organised …………………(Name)……Padharo Mahri Lado………………….. 0 26 No. of persons benefited / attended the programme 0 _________________________________________________________________________________ Page 6 of 6

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