Nutrition & Health: Kurukshetra January 2020

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Health and Nutrition-Prime Movers of Nation’s Development
 Health and Nutrition are the two most vital parts of Human live that goes hand in hand making human life dynamic, capable and prosperous.
 It also possesses the potential to empower, develop and strengthen the nation.
 As per the Article 25 of the UN Universal Declaration of Human Rights everybody has the right to a standard of living adequate for the health and well-being of himself and of his family which includes food, clothing, housing, medical care and necessary social services.
 Article 21 of the Indian Constitution guarantees every citizen of the country the right to live with dignity and the protection of personal liberty also includes the protection of health as per the Supreme Court directives.
National Health Policy, 2017
 It aims towards increasing spending on public health to 2.5% of Gross Domestic Product that too in a time bound manner.
 The expenditure is merely 1.15% of GDP.
 It also underlies increasing life expectancy from 67.5 years at present to 70 years by 2025 including a plan to reduce the total fertility rate at the national and sub-national levels to 2.1 by 2025.
 This policy also emphasizes on reduction in the mortality rate of under-five children to 23 per thousand births by 2025, reducing the infant mortality rate to 28 by 2019 and reduction of maternal mortality rates (MMR) to 100 by 2020.
 It also aims to achieve the complete elimination of leprosy by 2018, kala azar by 2017 and lymphatic filariasis by 2017 thereby maintaining the status quo.
 To reduce neo-natal mortality rate to 16 and the still birth rate to a single digit by 2025.
 To reduce the premature mortality from cardiovascular diseases, cancer, diabetes and respiratory diseases by 25% by 2025.
Health and Nutrition-Prime Movers of Nation’s Development @0:09
National Health Policy, 2017 @0:50
Ayushman Bharat @2:24
Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana @3:03
Asha Benefit Package @3:35
Jeet (Joint Effort for Elimination of TB) @4:00
National Medical Commission Act 2019 @4:47
Rashtrya Poshan Abiyaan (National Nutrition Mission) @5:27
Pradhan Mantri Matru Vandana Yojana @5:56
Health and Nutrition Overview and the way forward @6:19
Diseases linked to under – Nutrition @6:35
Initiatives to improve Nutritional Status @7:05
Suggestions to improve Nutritional Status of Population in India @7:37
Health System: Towards a new India @8:06
National Medical Council Act 2019 @8:36
ANMOL (Auxiliary Nurse Midwives Online) @8:58
Artificial Intelligence Solutions @9:48
Poshan Abhiyaan and Rashtriya Poshan Maah @9:55
AMB(Anemia Mukt Bharat) (6X6X6) Strategy @10:19
6 Interventions @10:46
Appropriate Nutrition for Women and Children @11:31
Educating Masses on Health and Nutrition @12:03
Mera Aspatal (My Hospital) @12:19
Eat Right India Movement @12:46
Role of Anganwadi Workers and Ashas in Curbing Malnutrition @13:03
ICDS Scheme @13:29
Beneficiaries @13:57
Nutritional Indicators of Children (0-59 months) @14:43
Causes of Malnutrition @14:56
Roles and Responsibilities of Anganwadi Workers @15:25
Roles and Responsibilities of ASHA Workers @15:47
Digital Transformation in Healthcare @16:30
e-Aushadhi Project @16:48
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