- To reduce Total Fertility Rate from 2.47 to 2.1 by 2010 in the State of Orissa
- To reduce Infant Mortality Rate from the present level of 71 /1000 live births to 50/1000 live births by 2010 in the State of Orissa
- To reduce Maternal Mortality Rate from the present level of 358/100,000 to 250/100, 000 by 2010 in the State of Orissa.
NRHM Initiatives General Objectives
- Reduction in child and maternal mortality.
- Universal access to public services for food and nutrition, sanitation and hygiene, and universal access to public health care services with emphasis on services addressing women's and children's health and universal immunisation.
- Prevention and control of communicable and non-communicable diseases, including locally endemic diseases.
- Access to integrated comprehensive primary health care.
- Population stabilisation, gender and demographic balance.
- Revitalisation of local health traditions and mainstream AYUSH.
- Promotion of healthy life styles.
Objectives of ASHA Are
- Create awareness on health and its social determinants.
- Mobilize the community towards local health planning.
- Increase utilization and accountability of the existing health services.
- Promote good health practices.
- Provide a minimum package of curative care as appropriate and feasible for that level.
- Undertaking timely referrals.
Bord Objective of Mainstreaming of AYUSH:
- Mainstreaming of AYUSH in the health care service delivery system to strengthen the existing public health system.
Objectives of United Fund For Sub Centers
- To increase functional, administrative and financial resources and autonomy to the field units.
- To develop the physical infrastructure and centre specific activities for PHCs.
Objectives of RSK
- Ensure compliance to minimal standard for facility and hospital care and protocols of treatment as issued by the Government.
- Ensure accountability of the public health providers to the community.
- Introduce transparency with regard to management of funds.
- Upgrade and modernize the health services provided by the hospital and any associated outreach services.
- Supervise the implementation of National Health Programmes at the Hospital and other institutions that may be placed under its administrative jurisdiction.
- Organize outreach services/ health camps at facilities under the jurisdiction of the hospital
- Display a Citizen's Charter in the Health facility.
- Generate resources locally through donations, user fees and other means
- Establish affiliations with private institutions to upgrade services
- Undertake construction and expansion in the hospital building
- Ensure optimal use of hospital land as per govt. guidelines
- Improve participation of the society in the running of the hospitals
- Ensure proper training for doctors and staff
- Ensure subsidized food, medicines and drinking water and cleanliness to the patients and their attendants.
- Ensure proper use, timely maintenance and repair of hospital building equipment and machinery.
Objectives of Mobile health Units:
- Every district will have at least operational mobile medical unit t for delivering health services in terms of preventive, promotive, curative and effective to rural population especially to poor woman, children & old.
Objectives of Strengthening of PHC/CHC/UGPHC to Indian Public Health Standard:
- To provide optimal expert care to the community.
- To achieve and maintain an acceptable standard quality care in terms of Assured Services.
- To make the services more responsive and sensitive to the needs of the community.
Objectives of Immunization
Districts will provide equitable, efficient and safe immunisation services to all infants and pregnant women. Aim is to achieve 100% full immunisation status by 2009-2010 and to maintain it for long.
- Contribute global eradication of Polio by 2007.
- Elimination of Neonatal Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis by 2009.
- Measles mortality and morbidity reduction to 80% by 2010, compared to 2000 estimates.
- Achieve and maintain vitamin A supplementation coverage >80% under the age of 3 yrs
- Establish sufficient sustainable and accountable fund flow at all levels.
- Ensure there is sustained demand and reduced social barriers to access immunisation services.
Objectives of the NIDDCP
- Assess the magnitude of IDD by periodic surveys.
- Re-survey after every 5-years to assess the extent of IDD and the impact of Iodized Salt.
- Laboratory Monitoring of Iodized Salt and Urinary Iodine excretion.