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INTEGRATED CHILD DEVELOPMENT SERVICES SCHEME

SUPPLEMENTARY NUTRITION PROGRAMME :

1. Year of Commencement :

1975 – 1976 – in Tamil Nadu

1989 – 1991 – in Salem District

2. Objective of the Scheme : To improve nutrition and health status of children under 6 Years, pregnant and lactating mothers and adolescent girls. To achieve the status of Malnutrition Free State and Universalisation of Integrated Child Development Services in the State under ‘Mission Mode’.

3. Number ofUnits : At the rate of 100 Centres per project covering population of one lakh

4. Norms for AWCs :

Population Centre
400 – 800 Population 1 Anganwadi Centre
Multiples of 800 Population 1 Anganwadi Centre
150 – 400 Population 1 Mini Anganwadi Centre
Hilly / Tribal / Desert Areas – Population for 300 – 800 1 Anganwadi Centre
Hilly / Tribal / Desert Areas – Population for 150 – 300 1 Mini Anganwadi Centre

 

S.No. Year Target Physical
Achievement
No.of Projects No.ofCentres No.of Projects No.ofCentres No. of Supplementary Nutrition Beneficiaries
1 2013 – 2014 22 2696 22 2696 6 to 12 Months Children*

13 to 24 Months Children*

25 to 36 Months Children*

37 to 60 Months Children*

15158

33217

32880

39418

120673
  Antenatal / Postnatal

Mothers

 

39955

Total  

160628

 

2 2014 – 2015 22 2696 22 2696 6 to 12 Months Children*

13 to 24 Months Children*

25 to 36 Months Children*

37 to 60 Months Children*

17074

33329

32329

38013

120745
Antenatal / Postnatal

Mothers

 

38606

                                      Total 159351
3 2015 – 2016 22 2696 22 2696 6 to 12 Months Children*

13 to 24 Months Children*

25 to 36 Months Children*

37 to 60 Months Children*

17478

34300

33278

38339

        123395
Antenatal / Postnatal

Mothers

 

 

38473

 

                                      Total    161868
4 2016 – 2017 22 2696 22 2696 6 to 12 Months Children*

13 to 24 Months Children*

25 to 36 Months Children*

37 to 60 Months Children*

18257

34199

34524

38088

        125068
Antenatal / Postnatal

Mothers

 

 

39216

 

 

Total

 

164284

5 2017 – 2018 22 2696 22 2696 6 to 12 Months Children*

13 to 24 Months Children*

25 to 36 Months Children*

37 to 60 Months Children*

17999 33665 35228 34125
        121017
Antenatal / Postnatal

Mothers

 

38772
                                      Total 159789

 

PRE SCHOOL EDUCATION TO CHILDREN

1. Aim of the Scheme : To provide Early Childhood Care Education and Development (ECCED)to Children in the age group of 2 to 5+ years and therby reduce the  school drop outs.

2. Year of Commencement : 1975 to 1976

3. No. of Projects : 22 Projects (20 RURAL , 2 URBAN )

4. No. of Centres : 2696 (2543 Main AnganwadiCentres + 153 Mini AnganwadiCentres)

No. of children in the age group of 25 -60 months who received Nutritious Meal and Preschool Education Physical (in NOs.) Achievement)
2013 – 2014 2014 – 2015 2015 – 2016 2016 – 2017 2017 – 2018
60931 59866 59637 59766 58381

RAJIV GANDHI SCHEME FOR EMPOWERMENT OF ADOLESCENT GIRLS (SABLA)

1. Aim of the Scheme : To IMPROVE THE Health and Nutrition status of Adolescent girls 1. Aim of the Scheme : To IMPROVE THE Health and Nutrition status of Adolescent girls  in the age group of 11 -18 years Provision of Vocational Training to enable the self development and empowerment of  Adolescent girls in the age group of 11 – 18 years

2. Year of Commencement : 2011 – 2012

3. No. of Projects : SABLA – 22 Projects in Salem District

4. No. of Centres :  SABLA 2696 Anganwadi Centers

S. No. Particulars Physical (in NOs.) Achievement)
2013 – 2014 2014 – 2015 2015 – 2016 2016 – 2017 2017 – 2018
1 No. of Adolescent Girls beneficiaries under SABLA Scheme Nutrtion Component 67372 68594 71398 75345 75960
2 No. of Adolescent Girls beneficiaries under SABLA Scheme Non  Nutrtion Component 8410 5552 5490 5548 4614
3 Vocational training given to Adolescent Girls under SABLA 660 660 660 352

 

NUTRITION STATUS OF ANGANWADI CHILDREN AS PER WORLD HEALTH ORGANISATION
(WHO) GROWTH STANDARDS

1. Aim of the Scheme : To reduce the Malnutrtion among children in the age group of 0 to 60 months therby reducing the mortality and morbidity  among below 5 years children

2. Year of Commencement : 2011 – 2012 (WHO Growth Standards followed since March    2011, Previously – Indian Academy of Prediatrics classification  followeddrom 2001 to 2010)

3. No. of Projects : 22 Projects

4. No. of Centres : 2696 Anganwadi Centers

S. No. Particulars Physical (in NOs.) Achievement)
2013 – 2014          March 2014 2014 – 2015          March 2015 2015 – 2016          March 2016 2016 – 2017         March 2017 2017 – 2018         Sep – 2017
Number % Number % Number % Number % Number %
1 Total Number of Children in the age group of 0 to 60 months weighed 229028 100 225093 100 226137 100 220265 100 216938 100
2 Total Number of Children in the age group of 0 to 60 found Normal 190033 83 200900 89 208442 92 203807 93 202776 93
3 Total Number of Children in the age group of 0 to 60 months with Moderately underweight (MUW) 38295 17 23763 11 17407 8 16183 7 14028 6
4 Total Number of Children in the age group of 0 to 60 months with Severely under weight  (SUW) 114 0.05 57 0.03 47 0.02 138 0.06 71 0.03
5 Over Weigt 586 0.26 373 0.17 241 0.11 137 0.06 63 0.03