“Stri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna”- special health scheme for women launched by NMDC

The North Delhi Municipal Corporation (NMDC) launched “Stri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna”- a special health scheme for women to bring services closer for those living in rural areas and unauthorized colonies.

“Stri Swasthya Suraksha Yojna”- a special health scheme for women

  • Health camps and mass awareness drives will be held in various areas of north Delhi and medical services will be provided through various nodal centres, hospitals and mobile dispensaries.
  • For unauthorized colonies and rural areas which do not have transportation facilities, 20 mobile dispensaries will be provided to bring services closer for them.
  • In the health camps, screenings will be done for different kinds of cancers, anemia and malnutrition, etc.
  • Forty-eight points are identified where public conveniences for women will be developed.
  • An amount of Rs 2,100 will be extended to 1% of the safai karamcharis as performance-based reward.

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  • ranjan
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    does delhi have rural area?