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Fixed efforts on healthcare push MMR, IMR down in Telangana


Hyderabad: With fixed thrust on healthcare by the Telangana authorities, the Maternal Mortality Fee (MMR) and Toddler Mortality Charges (IMR) have significantly gone down in the course of the previous seven years.

Based on official figures, the MMR has dropped to 56 (nationwide common 103) from 92 in 2014 and IMR shrunk to 23 (nationwide common (32) as towards 39 in 2015.

Deliveries in hospitals have gone as much as 97 per cent from 91 per cent in 2014 whereas the kid births in authorities hospitals recorded a whopping soar to 56 per cent towards 30 per cent in 2014.

As per the directions of Chief Minister Okay Chandrashekar Rao, the state authorities has been offering nutritious meals to pregnant and mother-to-newborn via 35,700 Anganwadi centres from January 2015 beneath Arogya Lakshmi Scheme.

As many as 4.72 lakh girls and 17.63 kids beneath age six are benefitted via the scheme.

The state authorities has significantly elevated the honorarium to Anganwadi academics.

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