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ICDSICDS

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Total Population as per Census -2011 =

3671032

Percentage of decadal growth rate

= 14.75

Population density per Sq. Km. =

350

Sex Ratio ( M/F ) = 1000/961

Literacy rates = 87.75% Child ( 0-6) population as per Census 2011 = i) Total – 444055 ii) Boys- 227354 iii) Girls – 216701

Child ( 0-6) Sex Ratio (Boys/Girls) =

1000/953

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SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC AND

DEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF TRIPURADEMOGRAPHIC PROFILE OF TRIPURA

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TOTAL NO. OF DISTRICTS : 8 TOTAL NO. OF BLOCKS : 45

(RURAL -28 & TRIBAL – 17)

TOTAL NO. OF MUNICIPALITY :

1

TOTAL NO. OF NAGAR PANCHAYATS :

15 TOTAL NO. OF ICDS PROJECTS : 56 (RURAL = 24, URBAN = 15, TRIBAL = 17) TOTAL NO. OF AWCs FUNCTIONING : 9906 (RURAL = 5819, URBAN = 930, TRIBAL = 3157)

NO. OF ADDITIONAL AWCs SANCTIONED : 5

NO.OF ADDITIONAL PROJECTS REQUIRED :

11

NO. OF ADDITIONAL AWCs REQUIRED :

540

ADMINISTRATIVE SET UPADMINISTRATIVE SET UP

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State is committed to the development of Human Resources. Vibrant Panchayets & involvement of

the PRI bodies. Hot Cooked Meals are supplied .

Co-ordination with the Health

Department – Convergence of ICDS & NRHM .

In 2006, State Government has decided Universalisation of ICDS by covering all Villages.

100% enrollment of the Children in the

AWCs.

CDPOs are ensuring enrollment of 6+ Children into the nearby School.

STRENGTH OF THE STATESTRENGTH OF THE STATE

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Nutrition and Health Status of Women Nutrition and Health Status of Women and Children in the State of Tripuraand Children in the State of TripuraT

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Indicators Unit India Tripura Source

IMR Per thousand 47 27 (SRS-2010)

MMR Per Lakh 254 NA (SRS-2010)

Birth Rate Percentage 22.1 14.9 (SRS- 2010)

Death Rate Percentage 7.1 5.0 (SRS-2010)

Natural Growth rate Percentage 14.9 9.9 (SRS-2010)

Total Fertility Rate (TFR) Per productive couple

2.7 2.2 (NFHS-3)

Sex Ratio Per thousand 940 961 (Census 2011)

Sex Ratio (0-6 Yrs) Per thousand 914 953 (Census 2011)

Children under 3 years who are underweight

% of underweight

45.9 39 (NFHS-III)

Children age 6-35 months who are anemic

Percentage 79.2 67.9 (NFHS-III)

Anemia among ever married women (15-49 yrs )

Percentage 56.2 67.4 (NFHS-III)

Institutional deliveries Percentage 40.747.267

(NFHS-III)(HMIS-2010-11)

Fully Immunized Children Percentage 44 50 (NFHS-III)

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Status of Infrastructure Status of Infrastructure facilitiesfacilities

• No. of Anganwadi Centre functioning990

6100%

• No. of AWC Having own building (Completed)

8706

87.89%

• No. of AWC building under construction 955 9.6%

• No. of AWC not having Pacca Building & sanction not yet accorded due to land not available

245 2.47%

• No. of AWC functioning in Rented houses 226 2.28%

• No. of AWC functioning in other public/private houses ( with out rent )

974 9.83%

• No. of AWCs having own Toilets590

659.62

%

• No. of AWCs having own Drinking Water Facilities

7054

71.21%

• No. of AWCs having Kitchen Shed453

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%

• No. of AWCs having Electrification 10 0.1%

• No. of AWCs having Kitchen Garden 255 3%

• No. of AWCs having out door play equipments

9906

100%

• No. of ICDS Projects having own office building

4580.36

%

• No. of ICDS Projects functioning other buildings

1119.64

%

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Coverage Status of Beneficiaries as on 31.07.2012Coverage Status of Beneficiaries as on 31.07.2012

• No. of ICDS Projects functioning 56 100%

• No. of Anganwadi Centre functioning 9906 100%

• Total No. of Children in the Project Area.36775

3 82.82%

• Total No. of Children Enrolled in the AWCs36744

3 99.92%

• SNP Beneficiaries of Children30144

9 82%

• Total No. of Mothers in the Project Area. 99603

• Total No. of Mothers Enrolled in the AWCs 99457 99.85%

• SNP Beneficiaries of Mothers 84966 85%

• No. of AWCs located in Minority Areas 484

• No. of Minority Children Enrolled in AWCs located in Minority Areas 21972

• No. of Minority Children Enrolled in AWCs located in Minority Areas 4104

• No. of Severely Under weight / Malnourished Child 5800 1.58%

• No of Malnourished Child provided Double Ration 5800 100%

• No of Malnourished Child refer to nearest PHC 465 8.02%

• No of Malnourished Child completed full Immunization 4882 84.17%

• Total No. of 3 – 6 Years Children in the Project Area19307

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• Total No. of 3 - 6 Years of Children Enrolled in the AWCs

192490 99.70%

• No. of Pre-School Education Beneficiaries Coverage16214

3 84.23%

• Total No. of Children ( 0-1 year) in AWCs 99293

• Total No. of Immunized Children (0-1 year) 49154 49.50%

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SNP is being implemented in all the 9906 Anganwadi Centers under ICDS. SNP is provided for 300 days a year i.e. 25 days a month.COVERAGE OF BENEFICIARIES FOR SUPPLEMENTARY NUTRITION PROGRAMME:-

Supplementary Nutrition Supplementary Nutrition Programme (S.N.P.)Programme (S.N.P.)

Financial Year

S.N.P. BENEFICIARIES

CHILDREN MOTHERS

GRAND TOTAL6 M – 3

YRS3 YRS – 6 YRS

TOTAL P.M. N.M. TOTAL

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

2007-08 128977 143888 271789 23487 33399 56886 328675

2008-09 124005 130914 254919 21007 42907 63914 318833

2009-10 118891 129030 247921 23244 45089 68333 316254

2010-11 135317 144754 280071 26643 52502 79145 359216

2011-12 144430 153193 297623 27969 51756 79725 377348

2012-13 as on July,12

150198 151099 301297 28496 53986 82482 383779

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Non-Formal Pre-School Education: Providing non-formal Pre-School Education for the children

(3-6 years) in overall development of the children.

Different study materials/ play materials are being provided in each AWC every year.

Several training programmes are being organized for Anganwadi workers from time to time.

COVERAGE OF BENEFICIARIES FOR NON FORMAL PRE-SCHOOL EDUCATION :-

Pre-School Education (PSE)Pre-School Education (PSE)

Financial Year PSE BeneficiariesCHILDREN

3 YRS - 6 YRS

1 2

2007-08 128977

2008-09 124005

2009-10 118891

2010-11 135317

2011-12 144430

2012-13 as on July,2012

162143

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• Percentage of Fully Immunized Children has increased from 32.6% (DLHS – II) to 38.5 % (DLHS – III)

• Percentage of Fully Immunized Children in Tripura State = 50 (NFHS-III) where as all India average 44 (NFHS-III ).

The coverage of Immunization of Children up to 1 Year & 2-6 Years. :-

IMMUNIZATIONIMMUNIZATION

Financial Year

0-1 Year Child

% of Coverage

2- 6 Years Child

% of Coverage

1 2 3 4 52007-2008 32537 49% 25836 46%2008-2009 45303 46% 37649 48%2009-2010 43512 44% 57426 49%2010-2011 47971 48% 78593 45%2011-2012 46769 47% 90165 52%

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• New WHO Growth Charts are being followed at all the AWCs.

• 69% AWCs using new Mother and Child Health Cards for counseling.

Growth Monitoring/Promotion and Children’s Nutrition Status:

Growth monitoring and Growth monitoring and promotion:promotion:

Age Group

No. ofchildren asenrolled atAWCs (as on April,2012 ) 2012-13

No. ofchildrenweighed (as on April,2012) 2012-13

Nutrition Status (as per WHO

New Growth Standards)Normal

(in %)

Modera-- tely

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Severely

underweight

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1 2 3 4 5 6 Below 3 Years

Boys 96567 7296351486 = 70.56%

21110 = 28.93%

180 = 0.25%

Girls 78386 7011749623 = 70.77%

20429 = 29.14%

252 = 0.36%

Total 174953 143080101109 = 70.67%

41539 = 29.03%

432 = 0.30%

3- 5 Yrs.

Boys 58880 3091214392 = 46.55%

16402 = 53.06%

105 = 0.34%

Girls 55012 2970713912 = 46.83%

15676 = 52.77%

132 = 0.44%

Total 113892 6061928304 = 46.69%

32078 = 52.92%

237 = 0.39%

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ICDS Training Programme. 5(five) Anganwadi Worker’s Training Centres are available in

the State .

Training infrastructure – AWTCsTraining infrastructure – AWTCs

Sl.No Trainee Refresher Course Job course Orientation Course

2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12 2010-11 2011-12

1. A.W.W. 886 934 422 348 - -

2. A.W.H - 599 - - 985 769

Sl.No Anganwadi Workers Training Centre.

1. West District AWTC, Narsingarh, Agartala.

2. Kakraban AWTC, Kakraban, Gomati Tripura District.

3. Kolai AWTC, Ambassa, Dhalai Tripura District.

4. Ramnagar AWTC, Dharmanagar, North Tripura District.

5. A.D. Nagar AWTC, Arundhutinagar, Agartala run by NGO.

• TRAINING PERFORMANCE OF ANGANWADI TRAINING CENTRES

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ICDS Training Programme - Action Plan & Target for 2012-13.

PART – I :

STRAP – PROPOSAL FOR THE YEAR 2012-2013

Duration Name of the Course No. of Course No. of trainees

7 days (working days-5) Refresher-AWW 24 960

Sl. No.

Trainee

Job course Orientation Course

No. of Batches No. of Trainees to be Trained

No. of Batches No. of Trainees to be Trained

1 A.W.W. 20 700

2 A.W.H 16 800

Duration Name of the course No. of course No. of trainees

5 days (working days-4) Refresher-AWH 20 1000

Duration Name of the Course No. of courses

No. of Training

32 days (26 working days). Job Course -Supervisor 5 125

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ICDS Training Programme - Action Plan & Target for 2012-13.

PART – II – OTHER TRAINING :-

•FINANCIAL INVOLVEMENT –

PART- I = Admissible Component - Rs.68,90,250/- PART- II = Other Training Component - Rs.31,57,000/- ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Grand Total - Rs. 1,00,47,250/-

Duration Name of the Course No. of Course No. of trainees

3 days (working days-3) Block Level Induction Training - AWW

135 4050

Duration Name of the Course No. of Course No. of trainees1 day (working day-1) one-day district

level training programme / workshop on new WHO Growth Standard - CDPOs & Supervisors

4 200

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• GOI may sanction 11 new ICDS Projects against newly created 3 Nagar Panchayat & 5 Blocks and bifurcation of existing 3 ICDS Projects and may sanction 540 Nos additional AWCs for better & smooth implementation of ICDS Programmes .

• GOI may sanction 2 District ICDS Cells (Unakoti & Sepahijala) along with necessary posts.

• Creation of 18 posts of Driver for newly sanctioned & procured 18 vehicles for the State.

• GOI may consider to provide Dress for all the Pre-School Children (3 – 6 Yrs)

• It is proposed to provide Gas Oven & 2 Gas Cylinder for 1100 AWCs . GOI may approve this.

• GOI may sanction to provide Mobile Hand Sets for all 9906 AWCs for tracking of Mother & Child.

• English Medium Pre-School Education has started at AWCs . GOI may sanction to provide Color TV Sets, Sound Boxes & DVD Players for at least 100 Nos AWCs .

• Provision of one data entry operator at Project level is very essential for compilation & input data at MPR format in the Departmental website & uploading MPR and also for MCTS & GIS based Nutrition Surveillance system.

• For ensuring regular visit entry & other data entry like MCTS,GIS etc. in the Departmental Website and making correspondences through e-mail , provision of individual Laptop for Sector Supervisor is utmost essential.

• Provision of two wheeler to the sector supervisors will improve the monitoring, supervision & evaluation of AWCs & 100% coverage of centre inspection.

• It is proposed to sanction 1% of GOI assistance for spending in SNP as administrative cost .

The strategies to address the different issues on The strategies to address the different issues on child nutrition and early childhood education in the child nutrition and early childhood education in the State for the year 2012-13State for the year 2012-13 : :

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• Requirements during the FY (2012-13): 18 Nos vehicles (12 Nos Vehicles for ICDS Projects, 3 Nos

Vehicles for TTAADC & 2 no vehicles for newly created District ICDS Cells & 1 no. for State ICDS Cell) for better & smooth implementation of ICDS Programmes.

Uniform for all the Pre-School Children (3 - 6 Years).

Gas Oven & 2 Gas Cylinder for 1100 AWCs.

Mobile Hand Sets for all 9906 AWCs.

Pre-School Kits for all 9906 AWCS.

Medicine Kits for all 9906 AWCs.

Uniforms & Name Badges for all 9906 AWWs & all 9906 AWHs.

5600 Baby Salter weighing Machines for 5600 AWCs.

Color TV Sets, Sound Boxes & DVD Players for 100 Nos AWCs where English Medium courses will be introduced.

9906 nos showcase cum steel Almirah for 9906 AWCs for display & storage of pre-school Materials as well as storage of Record & Registers.

Procurement of Materials and Procurement of Materials and EquipmentEquipment

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PHYSICAL & FINANCIAL ACHIVEMENT OF ICDS PHYSICAL & FINANCIAL ACHIVEMENT OF ICDS SCHEME FOR THE YEAR 2011-12SCHEME FOR THE YEAR 2011-12

Name of Scheme

Fund released by Government of India

Fund released

by Finance Deptt

(including State Share

Fund Utilized (up to March,2012)

U.C Sent

Balance

unspent

amount

Physical Achievement

1 2 3 4 6 7 8

ICDS (General)

6458.26 6458.26 6475.655940.6

5

-17.3

9

Salary of Staffs , AWW & AWH, POL, Contingency, & Others

ICDS (Training)

31.02 46.41 40.48 29.28 5.93

Job-223 AWW, Ref.-800 AWW & 480 AWH, Ori - 457 AWH

KSY 15.40 15.40 15.40 15.40 0.004200 AGs of North & South District.

SNP(CSS)

6746.08 6870.44 6866.766866.7

63.68

Providing SNP to 298254 Children & 79725 PM & NM

Total13250.7

613390.5

113398.2

912852.

09-

7.78SNP (State Share)

0.00 300.90 300.90 0.00  0.00

ICDS (General) (State Share)

  386.86 250.05 0.00136.

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Construction cost of Kitchen & Store of the AWCs may be provided. Re-construction of the damaged AWCs & repair/ renovation of old AWCs. Provision for Administrative Cost under SNP. Fund for construction of CDPO Office Buildings. Fund for construction of State Training Centre for ICDS functionaries. Providing Color TV,DVD Player with Sound Box for Pre-School Education (PSE) in the AWCs. Providing Uniform to the Pre-School Children (3-6 Years). Providing Gas Oven & 2 Gas Cylinder in each AWCs under Urban & Semi Urban areas.

ISSUES FOR CONSIDERATIONISSUES FOR CONSIDERATION

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PHYSICAL PLAN WITH BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT FOR THE YEAR 2012-13PHYSICAL PLAN WITH BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT FOR THE YEAR 2012-13

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Programme Component

Interventions/Activities Financial Requirement

1 Human Resources Salary of ICDS Staffs Rs.7666.86 Lakhs

2 Administrative Costs Rent Rs.20.00 Lakhs

Hiring Rs.27.12 Lakhs

P. Oil Rs.59.70 Lakhs

Block Level Cont., Centre Cont., Telephone , Liveries

Rs.214.76 Lakhs

Electricity Rs.6.00 Lakhs

TA/DA Rs.60.00 Lakhs

3 Constructions Const. of 11 Nos CDPO Office Rs.220.00 Lakhs

Const. & Recurring/Non-recurring Exp. of State Training Centre

Rs.530.00 Lakhs

Const. of Kitchen & Store of AWCs - 1000 Nos.

Rs.750.00 Lakhs

Major repair/maintenance of Old AWCs – 150 Nos .

Rs.30.00 Lakhs

Const. of damaged AWCs – 50 Nos.

Rs.225.00 Lakhs

4 S.N.P. Supply of SN to Children, P & L Women & AGs

Rs.6112.29 Lakhs

5 Procurement Supply of Materials & Equipments ( PSE Kits, Medicine Kits,W. Scales)

Rs.242.92 Lakhs

18 Nos Maruti Gypsy Vehicles Rs.94.05 Lakhs

Computers, Printers, Photocopiers, Scanners

Rs.87.19 Lakhs

Uniform of PSE Children (3-6 Yrs)

Rs.582.71 Lakhs

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Programme Component

Interventions/Activities Financial Requirement

Procurement Showcase cum steel Almirah Rs.346.71 Lakhs

Gas Woven with Gas Cylinders – 1100 AWCs under Urban & Semi Urban areas

Rs.308.00 Lakhs

Color TV, DVD Players with Sound Boxes – 100 AWCs

Rs.20.00 Lakhs

Mobile Hand Set & recurring Exp.

Rs.366.52 Lakhs

6 Training & Capacity building

Regular Training( Induction/ Job/ Refresher ) & Other Training

Rs.100.48 Lakhs

7 IEC IEC Activities (MCHD/ VHND) Rs.148.59 Lakhs

8 KSY KSY Rs.30.80 Lakhs

7 Monitoring & Evaluation Registers , Monitoring & Supervision & Evaluation

Rs.148.59 Lakhs

9 Others Uniforms/Badges/Flexi Funds/ Convergent Workshop/MCTS/GIS based Nutrition Surveillance System in ICDS

Rs.244.71 Lakhs

GRAND TOTAL = Rs.18643.00 Lakhs

PHYSICAL PLAN WITH BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT FOR THE YEAR 2012-13PHYSICAL PLAN WITH BUDGETARY REQUIREMENT FOR THE YEAR 2012-13

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THANKS