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DC reviews DTFI, calls for contribution from stakeholders

TAP | Updated: March 2, 2017

YUPIA, Mar 02: The Papum Pare District Health Society (DHS) under the chairmanship of DC Tai Kaye on Thursday conducted a review meeting of District Task Force Immunization (DTFI) on Mission Indradhanush Phase-4 (MI-4) and 1st round IPPI at the ZPC’s conference hall here.
Presiding over the meet Kaye stressed that all MO in-charges, health assistants, nurses and cold chain handlers must know their roles and responsibilities and deliver their services sincerely  to the public. Adding that the entire stakeholders must take active take part in implementing national schemes, he cautioned that the absentees would be viewed seriously.
The DC also stressed that all health workers must have clear concepts of vaccination during IPPI and MI and they should put innovative ideas in their components concerned.
The DDSE, ICDS and other line departments of the district were further urged to work in tandem with the health department for effective implementation of all health schemes and programmes.
Despite of having enough human resources, available communication and transportation in the district, except for a few blocks, we could not achieve the target of 100 percent. However, this time we will all have to pull up our socks and deliver at the fullest, said Kaye. 
Speaking on the occasion, DMO Dr Tasso Kampu urged all MO in-charges and other health workers of the district to actively take part in the programmes and prepare a micro-plan as per head count by involving ASHAs of their blocks.
SMO WHO Dr Tage Taka highlighted the key issues and observations during the 1st round of IPPI & MI-Phase-4 while earlier, DRCHO Dr Jomnya Ado in his welcome address briefed the house on the target and achievement of 1st round of MI & IPPI through a power point presentation. 
In IPPI 1st round, the target of district was 29760 (0-5year) and achievement was 27083 (91%) while in 1st round of MI the target was 869 (0-2years) whereas the achievement was 715, the DRCHO informed. 
Strategies for upcoming MI-4, round-2 which is scheduled to start from March 7 next was also discussed at length in the review meeting. DIPRO
 

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