Haryana Authorities has launched a scheme to supply a monetary help of Rs 2,250 per thirty days to HIV or AIDS sufferers within the state.

The scheme was launched by Haryana House-cum-Well being Minister Anil Vij on Thursday whereas the launching of assorted well being programmes within the state.

Vij mentioned that the second spherical of screening of Haryana Jail HCV Undertaking for Hepatitis B and C in Jails has been launched within the state.

He additionally launched Malaria Mukt Mewat (MMM) marketing campaign, ‘Antara-Hari-Software program’ for efficient implementation of household planning programme and launched the annual report on vector Borne Illness Management Programme, Haryana.

On the event, the Well being Minister began the scheme by giving pension cheques to the folks affected by HIV or AIDS.

The Well being Minister additionally inaugurated 7 new ART Facilities within the state. He mentioned that the State Authorities is dedicated to supply a very good lifestyle and different amenities to HIV sufferers. With regard to village well being sanitation and vitamin, he mentioned that within the first quarter there shall be testing of all pregnant girls to detect HIV and syphilis, which shall be carried out by the Asha staff and ANM of the village involved.

Vij mentioned that ‘Antara-Hari-Software program’ (Injectable Contraceptive Info Administration System- Antara Hari) is an internet mobile-based utility, which line-lists customers who’re taking injectable contraceptives and their doses. Its important goal is to supply well timed service to the beneficiaries.

The software program will assist ASHA staff follow-up the beneficiaries, in addition to ship reminders within the type of SMS reminding them for the subsequent dose.

It was knowledgeable that Haryana has already carried out screening for Hepatitis C within the first spherical from December 2018 to August 2019. Now, below the Haryana HCV Jail Undertaking, the state will conduct screening of inmates for therapy of Hepatitis B and C in all 19 jails.

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