Major Achievement

The Government recognizes that investing in health results in invaluable gains in human development. It has as its goal the improvement of health of its people and equitable access to good quality health care. Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Tripura, is committed with its noble objectives of improving the scenario of health status of the people of Tripura, conceptualized by the Government of Tripura toward the formulation of a health policy, strategies and proposed activities in key areas.

 

Many determinants of health such as nutrition, water supply and sanitation are not directly within the realm of health care services. However, other services with health effects are being addressed to a certain extent through a coordinated inter-sectoral approach, highlighting the specific role of the Health and Family Welfare Department with the state playing the role of collective mediator.

 

The strategy uses the primary health care approach and public health principles for priority health problems. Human resource development and management with good governance and accountability are recognized as critical areas. Greater efforts are put into health care financing, financial management and accounting systems. Building partnership is a thrust area with greater scope and capacity building for community involvement and closer linkages with NGOs, civil society, the private sector and donors to meet shared social goals. Special attention is being paid to the poor and vulnerable sections of society. Despite financial constraints, the Government of Tripura continues its effort to systematically enhance its investment in health in terms of improving the different health parameters, nutritional status of women and child, immunization status, etc. It is also actively seeking alternative and additional sources of support to strengthen its health system. The State is confident that these efforts will make a positive contribution to the lives of its citizens.

 

Health Parameters

SL

Indicator

Tripura

National

SRS-2012

SRS-2014

SRS -2014

1

Crude Birth Rate

13.9

14.9

21.0

2

Death Rate

4.8

4.7

6.7

3

Natural Growth Rate

9.2

10.2

14.3

4

IMR

28

21

39

5

TFR (NFH 3 / SRS – 07)

1.7

2.34

2.22

6

Sex Ratio (Census 2001 & 2011)

961(female for every 1,000 males)

944 (female for every 1,000 males)

960(female for every 1,000 males)

Health Programmes

1.  National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP)   

Year

Total Malaria positive

Pf%

Death

2014( January, 2014 to 31st July,2014)

38416

97.03%

80

2014(From August, 2014 to December, 2014)

12824

96.52%

16

2015(January,2015 to December, 2015)

32525

92.46%

21

2016 (January, 2016 to June, 2016)

6129

90.29%

09

2. Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme   (RNTCP):

Year

Sputum Exam/L/Year

New Smer Positive (NSP) case detecetion rate

2014-2015

501

36

2015-16 (From April,2015 to March, 2016)

711

48

2016-17(From April, 2016 to June, 2016)

532(yearly progress Rate)

52(yearly progress Rate)

3. National Leprosy Eradication Control Programme (NLEP)

Year

New case detected

Prevalence rate /10000 Population

2014 -15 (Up to 31st May,2014)

8

0.14

2014-15 (From June, 2014 to March,2015)

40

0.19

2015-16 (From April,2015 to March, 2016)

44

0.22

2016-17 ( From April,2016 to June , 2016)

12

0.24

4. National Programme for Control of Blindness (NPCB):

A. Cataract Surgery  : -

Year

Achievement

2012-13

6743

2013-14

7959

2014-15

8182

2015-16

8734

2016-17( Up to June, 2016)

2362

B. No. of Eye Camp:

Year

Achievement

2012-13

196

2013-14

197

2014-15

197

2015-16

185

2016-17( Up to June, 2016)

53

School Eye Screening Programme:

Year

No .of Student Screened

Refractive error detected

Provided Glass(free of cost)

No. of School covered

2012 - 13

68821

4666

1821

410

2013 - 14

47578

2446

1664

384

2014 -15

47102

1488

1781

316

2015-16

53523

5342

1972

440

C. Eye Donation:

Year

No. of Cornea/Eyes collected

Utilized

2012 - 13

08

08

2013 - 14

10

10

2014 -15

04

04

2015 -16

02

0

2016-2017(from April,2016 to june,2016)

0

0

TELE OPHTHALMOLOGY PROJECT (VISION CENTRE) :

Year

Total Patient examined

Refraction

Glass Prescribed

Ref. IGM Hospital

2012 – 13

58089

44205

15152

3013

2013 - 14

74024

47143

18928

4502

2014 -15

88174

59805

20468

4989

2015-16

89276

52278

20765

4956

2016-17 (Up to June, 2016)6

22689

11113

4972

1094

Training

Year

Medical Officer

Ophthalmic Nurse

Para Medical Ophthalmic Assistant

School Teacher

2012 – 13

12

16

0

201

2013 - 14

19

12

05

105

2014 -15

18

0

0

71

2015-16

14

0

26

0

2016-17 (Up to June, 2016)6

0

0

0

9

5. AIDS Control Programme:

Year

Total No. of Testing for HIV

Total No of HIV Positive

2014-15

82442

264

2015-16

102089

293

2016-17 (Up to June, 2016)

30408

79

 

6. VOLUNTARY BLOOD DONATION:

Year

Voluntary Collection

Replacement Collection

Total Collection

% of voluntary collection

No. of Blood donation Camps

2014-15

28021

783

28804

97.28

779

2015-16

27965

743

28708

97.41

762

2016-17(Up to June 2016)

6367

467

6834

93.16

185

7. INTEGRATED DISEASE SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMME

The major achievements under the programme during Last 5 years:

  • Installation of EDUSAT in  State unit and 3 District units
  • Training of Medical Officers & Health care workers on IDSP

Year

Outbreak Detected

Medical Officer trained

Pharmacist Trained

Lab. Technician Trained

MPW Trained

2011-12

13

-

-

-

-

2012-13

05

27

35

-

-

2013-14

05

-

-

-

-

2014-15

16

96

75

-

200

2015-16

11

63

-

55

-

  • Control of H1N1 Influenza in the state
  • Training of 219 Medical Officers on H1N1 influenza
  • Immunization of health care providers , ASHA and AWWs against H1N1 influenza
  • Control of meningococcal meningitis
  • Vaccination of 2.5 lakh population against meningococcal meningitis
  • Control of human spread of avian influenza during its outbreak in the state in 3 occasions.
  • Control of several outbreaks of communicable diseases.
  • Routine weekly surveillance of communicable diseases.
  • Control of Japanese Encephalitis during 2013. No. of cases were 14. Death: Nil
  • Control of Dengue during 2014. No. of cases: 10. Death : Nil

8. CANCER CONTROL PROGRAMME

Physical achievement during last 5 Years

  • State Cancer Hospital has been upgraded to Regional Cancer Center since .24.03.2008
  • Palliative Care Center has been establishment since November, 2011
  • Home visit team formed with Doctors, Nurse and Social Workers for home care of bed ridden patients as shown below.

Name of month

2012

2013

2014

2015

2016

January

135

119

120

110

352

February

96

80

83

95

245

March

132

80

55

132

297

April

142

118

88

101

318

May

134

95

95

117

324

June

145

97

95

84

356

July

148

115

102

267

0

August

137

145

96

397

0

September

112

128

109

420

0

October

101

119

90

363

0

November

136

139

94

359

0

December

107

126

132

322

0

Total

1525

1361

1159

2767

 

  • Cancer Hospital is strengthened with the following equipments during 11th Five year Plan.

Bhabhatron – i) II Tele Therapy Machine ii) Simulator Machine iii) 300 MA X-Ray Machine.

Sl.No.

Name of Machine

Present activities of the Source

Present activities of the Source

No. of Patients treated per day

1

Phonix#138 Tele therapy machine.

1997

90 RMM

60 Patients

2

Bhabhaatron#2 Tele therapy machine

2008

200 RMM

50 Patients

3

Micro Selutron Genic-Brachy therapy machine

2008

10 RMM

04 Patients

4

Imagine Simulator Machine

2012

-

03 Patients

5

300Ma X-Ray Machine

2011

-

15 Patients

6

Portable X-Ray machine

2014

-

03 Patients

July

148

115

102

267

0

August

137

145

96

397

0

September

112

128

109

420

0

October

101

119

90

363

0

November

136

139

94

359

0

December

107

126

132

322

0

Total

1525

1361

1159

2767

 

Gamma Camera Machine.

Year

GAMMA CAMERA No. of Radio Isotope Scans (Whole Body Bone Scan, Renal Scan, Thyroid Uptake and Thyroid Scan)

12 WELL RIA ANALYSER No. of Thyroid Function Test (T3, T4, THS)

2012

Not Yet Started

1351

2013

154

1631

2014

275

1819

2015

202

1559

2016(Up to July)

130

545

Chemotherapy Couches.

Sl. No.

Item

Numbers

1

New Registration- Male, Female, Children & Total

Male=1295, Female=850, Children=114,Total=2259

2

Radiotherapy(Radical +Palliative Care)

Radical= 753 +Palliative= 221 Total= 974

3

Chemotherapy total doses

9428

4

Home Based Palliative Care

2767

5

Hematological Investigations

14993

6

Biochemical Investigations

37830

7

Patients seen in OPD

16310

8

Patients seen in IPD

Male=3162, Female=2108, Children=278,Total=5548

Ultrasonography Machine:

USG had done from 1st April, 2015 to 31st March, 2016 = 434 No.

Infrastructure Development in Last 5 years :

Sl. No.

Infrastructure Development

in last 5 years (2012-13 to 2016-17 up to June )

1

No. of new Health Sub-Centre Constructed

352

2

Health Sub-Centers under Construction

17

3

No. of new Primary Health Centre Commissioned

26

4

Primary Health Centers under Construction

25

5

No. of PHCs upgraded to CHCs

9

6

No. of CHCs under Construction

4