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Janani surakhya yojana and 'at birth' immunization: a study in a tertiary level health center.

Satapathy D, Malini DS, Behera T, Reddy S, Tripathy R - Indian J Community Med (2009)

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Affiliation: Department of Community Medicine, MKCG Medical College, Berhampur, India.

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The ‘Janani Surakshya Yojana’ (JSY) is an ambitious step under NRHM which is introduced on 12 Apr 2005 to reduce Neonatal and Maternal mortality by promoting institutional deliveries as well as better ante natal care and post natal care through Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA)... Institutional deliveries will not only facilitate safe delivery but will also identify neonates who need special care... The safe delivery process conducted in an institution will have a definite impact of reduction of maternal mortality... The difference in number of at birth immunization in pre and post JSY period was found to be highly significant (P < 0.001) [Table 1]... The ‘at birth’ immunization from April to September from 2006 to 2007 increased significantly (P < 0.001) after implementation of JSY... The total number of deliveries in the hospital during April-Sept 2006 to 2007 increased from 714 to 920 and the increase in at birth immunization was seen from 55.6 to 94.5%, which showed a dramatic increase... ASHA's do work of community mobilization and motivation... Similar studies by Huang J and Tembo KC have found that provision of services alone can not raise the need and utilization of services unless there is motivation... After the implementation of JSY scheme, ASHA's have been successful in promoting institutional deliveries... Monetary benefit of ASHA is the main factor which brings people for at birth immunization, not the vaccines which prevent the disease... Therefore, steps to create social mobilization among the community to avail not only the benefits but also on the objective of JSY should be immediately taken up.

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Comparison of month-wise distribution of ‘at birth’ immunization in year 2006 and 2007. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2006 = 54. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2007 = 153
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Figure 0001: Comparison of month-wise distribution of ‘at birth’ immunization in year 2006 and 2007. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2006 = 54. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2007 = 153

Mentions: The study revealed that during 1st April to 30th September 2006, the total no of ‘at birth’ immunization carried out was 397 (out of the 1699 babies attended for immunization) with a median average monthly administration of 54. After the implementation of JSY Scheme in this Medical College Hospital, the total number of ‘at birth’ immunization carried out in the same months of 2007 was 870 (out of the 2332 babies attended for immunization) with a median average monthly administration of 153 [Figure 1].


Janani surakhya yojana and 'at birth' immunization: a study in a tertiary level health center.

Satapathy D, Malini DS, Behera T, Reddy S, Tripathy R - Indian J Community Med (2009)

Comparison of month-wise distribution of ‘at birth’ immunization in year 2006 and 2007. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2006 = 54. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2007 = 153
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Figure 0001: Comparison of month-wise distribution of ‘at birth’ immunization in year 2006 and 2007. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2006 = 54. Median average monthly ‘at birth’ immunization in 2007 = 153
Mentions: The study revealed that during 1st April to 30th September 2006, the total no of ‘at birth’ immunization carried out was 397 (out of the 1699 babies attended for immunization) with a median average monthly administration of 54. After the implementation of JSY Scheme in this Medical College Hospital, the total number of ‘at birth’ immunization carried out in the same months of 2007 was 870 (out of the 2332 babies attended for immunization) with a median average monthly administration of 153 [Figure 1].

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Community Medicine, MKCG Medical College, Berhampur, India.

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Please rate it.

The ‘Janani Surakshya Yojana’ (JSY) is an ambitious step under NRHM which is introduced on 12 Apr 2005 to reduce Neonatal and Maternal mortality by promoting institutional deliveries as well as better ante natal care and post natal care through Accredited Social Health Activist (ASHA)... Institutional deliveries will not only facilitate safe delivery but will also identify neonates who need special care... The safe delivery process conducted in an institution will have a definite impact of reduction of maternal mortality... The difference in number of at birth immunization in pre and post JSY period was found to be highly significant (P < 0.001) [Table 1]... The ‘at birth’ immunization from April to September from 2006 to 2007 increased significantly (P < 0.001) after implementation of JSY... The total number of deliveries in the hospital during April-Sept 2006 to 2007 increased from 714 to 920 and the increase in at birth immunization was seen from 55.6 to 94.5%, which showed a dramatic increase... ASHA's do work of community mobilization and motivation... Similar studies by Huang J and Tembo KC have found that provision of services alone can not raise the need and utilization of services unless there is motivation... After the implementation of JSY scheme, ASHA's have been successful in promoting institutional deliveries... Monetary benefit of ASHA is the main factor which brings people for at birth immunization, not the vaccines which prevent the disease... Therefore, steps to create social mobilization among the community to avail not only the benefits but also on the objective of JSY should be immediately taken up.

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