Varanasi: UP Secretary of State (own fee) Ayush and food security, Dayashankar Mishra “Dayalu” on Wednesday, Anti-Tuberculosis Panchayat Campaign at the district level National Tuberculosis Eradication Program.
The campaign was launched in collaboration with the district administration and the health department with the following contributions: Piramaru Foundation. he also Piramaru Foundation Raise awareness about the disease in the community. Vans go from village to village at the community level to educate people about tuberculosis. The campaign started from Cholapur block as a district pilot project.
On this occasion the Minister said: Narendra Modi pledged to rid the country of tuberculosis by 2025. Anti-Tuberculosis Panchayat Campaign It was launched at the national level from Varanasi on 24 March to implement the resolution.
The minister said that with public recognition, tuberculosis will no longer be an incurable disease. All government-established dot centers in the state provide free medicines to tuberculosis patients. All tuberculosis patients should be treated fully. “Don’t miss your medicine even for a day. Tuberculosis patients are also provided with emotional support, nutritional potli and 500 rupees per person during their treatment under Nikshay Poshan Yojana,” he added. rice field.
He urged people to step up their support to make the campaign a mass movement in the state. We need as many people as possible to join this campaign to keep this country free of tuberculosis.
Chief Development Officer Himanshu Nagpal said all stakeholders must work together to advance the tuberculosis eradication campaign from the Panchayat level.
District Tuberculosis Officer Dr Piyush Rai said the initiative began in Cholapur District, where there are 89 grams of panchayat and 145 income villages. CHO, village head, panchayat clerk, Asha Health and welfare center workers and members play an important role in this campaign. They are all trained by the Piramal Foundation to make people aware of tuberculosis in every Glam Panchayat. Village chiefs and health workers, along with door-to-door testing of people, will play an important role in clearing society of many misconceptions about the disease. If anyone tests positive, treatment will be initiated and all tuberculosis patients will be followed up regularly, officials added.