CES and SRS 2009 Based - Karnataka-Child Health Current Status (SRS

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Child Health Karnataka :

Child Health Karnataka A Situation Analysis Based On SRS 2009 & CES 2009 Dr Sudeep Shetty State Consultant Child Health, Karnataka UNICEF

Sample Registration System 2009:

Sample Registration System 2009 One of the largest continuous demographic household sample survey in the world. Covering 1.2 million households and 6.3 million population. D ual reporting system with continuous enumeration and semiannual-retrospective recording of events. The main objective is to provide reliable annual estimates of birth and death rates at the State and National level separately for rural and urban areas. SRS also provides data for estimating Infant Mortality Rate (IMR), Total Fertility Rate (TFR), Maternal Mortality Rate and other measures of fertility and mortality . Latest 2009 data published on 20 th Jan 2011. 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Birth Rate:

Birth Rate 2/20/2011 UNICEF Highest Birth Rate among Southern States

Birth Rate:

Birth Rate 2/20/2011 UNICEF National Rank 21/36

Infant Mortality - India:

Infant Mortality - India 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Reducing rate of Infant Mortality?:

Reducing rate of Infant Mortality? 2/20/2011 UNICEF 2 0 1 2 2 3 3 1 2 1 2 4

Infant Mortality – Karnataka Can we reach NRHM Target?:

Infant Mortality – Karnataka Can we reach NRHM Target? 2/20/2011 UNICEF Efforts to be intensified

Crude Death Rate:

Crude Death Rate 2/20/2011 UNICEF

CDR Trend – Karnataka:

CDR Trend – Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Coverage Evaluation Survey 2009:

Coverage Evaluation Survey 2009 Nationwide survey covering all states & UTs, every year Data collection during Nov 2009-Jan 2010 Commissioned by UNICEF Coordination & Oversight : MoHFW, GoI Monitored by NIHFW, New Delhi Data collection from primary care givers of children aged 12-23 months of age during survey. w omen delivered during 12 months preceding to survey. PPS Sampling; Rural: Urban = 60:40 Households interviewed in the State: 1496 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Sampling:

Sampling 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Below Poverty Line:

Below Poverty Line 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Type of Toilet Facility:

Type of Toilet Facility 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Immunization – Indian States:

Immunization – Indian States 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Full Immunization:

Full Immunization 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Immunization - Karnataka :

Immunization - Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Individual Vaccination -Karnataka:

Individual Vaccination -Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Immunization - Karnataka:

Immunization - Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Booster Immunization -Karnataka:

Booster Immunization -Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Drop Outs - Karnataka:

Drop Outs - Karnataka 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Having Immunization Cards:

Having Immunization Cards 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Travel Distance to Immunization Site:

Travel Distance to Immunization Site 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Travel time to Immunization site:

Travel time to Immunization site 2/20/2011 UNICEF Mean Time: 14.5 min Rural : 14.8 min Urban : 13.9 min

Immunization - Site wise :

Immunization - Site wise 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Wealth & Immunization:

Wealth & Immunization 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Caste & Immunization Coverage :

Caste & Immunization Coverage 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Caste & Immunization Site:

Caste & Immunization Site 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Reasons for incomplete Immunization:

Reasons for incomplete Immunization 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI):

Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI):

Acute Respiratory Infections (ARI) 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Acute Diarrhea:

Acute Diarrhea 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Acute Diarrhea:

Acute Diarrhea 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Acute Diarrhea - Treatment:

Acute Diarrhea - Treatment 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Micronutrients - VAS:

Micronutrients - VAS 2/20/2011 UNICEF India 65.4 India 64 India 59.4 India 36.8

Vit - A:

Vit - A 2/20/2011 UNICEF

IFA Consumption I ANC:

IFA Consumption I ANC 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Antenatal Care Registration:

Antenatal Care Registration 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Place of ANC Registration :

Place of ANC Registration 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Stage of Pregnancy at the time of first ANC:

Stage of Pregnancy at the time of first ANC 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Number of ANC visits:

Number of ANC visits 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Full Antenatal Care:

Full Antenatal Care 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Place of ANC:

Place of ANC 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Ante Natal Care:

Ante Natal Care 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Distance Travelled:

Distance Travelled 2/20/2011 UNICEF Mean Distance: 4 km Rural : 4.8 km Urban: 2.4 km

Time taken to reach ANC Center:

Time taken to reach ANC Center 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Place of delivery:

Place of delivery 2/20/2011 UNICEF Public Facility : 62% Private Facility : 24% Home delivery : 14%

Skilled Birth Attendance :

Skilled Birth Attendance 2/20/2011 UNICEF 86% in Rural 94% in Urban

Skilled Birth Attendance:

Skilled Birth Attendance 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Why Home Deliveries ?:

Why Home Deliveries ? 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Type of Delivery:

Type of Delivery 2/20/2011 UNICEF

PNC –Hospital Stay:

PNC –Hospital Stay 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Distance & Time to reach Delivery Care:

Distance & Time to reach Delivery Care 2/20/2011 UNICEF Mean Distance: 10 km Rural: 12 km Urban: 8 km Mean time: 27.8 min Rural: 30.8 min Urban:23.8 min

JSY:

JSY 2/20/2011 UNICEF

ASHA:

ASHA 2/20/2011 UNICEF

ASHA:

ASHA 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Bed facility:

Bed facility 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Newborns checked up < 24 h after birth:

Newborns checked up < 24 h after birth 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Newborn visits:

Newborn visits 2/20/2011 UNICEF No visits Rural: 17% Urban:10%

Newborn care for home deliveries:

Newborn care for home deliveries 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Breast Feeding:

Breast Feeding 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Breast Feeding:

Breast Feeding 2/20/2011 UNICEF

Thanks :

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