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Pushya Nakshtra Community Health Yojna (Bal Rog Pratirodhak Yojna) BAMS V Year, BHMS V Year , BNYS V Year

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  • KUSUM 2823 Hrs 31 Min 07 Sec

    # KUSUM # JVWU BNYS 202100 we have adopted 5 villages that are , JHARNA DEVLA KAPADIYAWAS KOTJEWAR KESARI SINGHPURA , weakly health camp in this villages we basicly consult peaple here talk to them we aware them about the importance of yoga and its benefits we tell them the right way to consume the diet the balanced diet, we educate them about naturopathy and its importance and its benefits .. the natural way to treat the disease and so on in short we basicly consult them and educate them ...

  • SHRUTI PRAVIN YEOLE 2823 Hrs 32 Min 29 Sec

    # SHRUTI YEOLE # jyoti vidhyapeeth university BNYS 202475 we have adopted 5 villages that are , JHARNA DEVLA KAPADIYAWAS KOTJEWAR KESARI SINGHPURA , weakly health camp in this villages we basicly consult peaple here talk to them we aware them about the importance of yoga and its benefits we tell them the right way to consume the diet the balanced diet, we educate them about naturopathy and its importance and its benefits .. the natural way to treat the disease and so on in short we basicly consult them and educate them ...

  • NANDINI DEEPCHAND ASWAL 2823 Hrs 34 Min 16 Sec

    #NandiniAswal #JyptiVidhyapeethWomensUniversity #202411 we have adopted 5 villages that are , JHARNA DEVLA KAPADIYAWAS KOTJEWAR KESARI SINGHPURA , weakly health camp in this villages we basicly consult peaple here talk to them we aware them about the importance of yoga and its benefits we tell them the right way to consume the diet the balanced diet, we educate them about naturopathy and its importance and its benefits .. the natural way to treat the disease and so on in short we basicly consult them and educate them ...

  • KEHKASHA KHAN 2871 Hrs 57 Min 13 Sec

    #Jvns-Kehkasha Khan# Enrollment no.202379# BHMS 1st year# Jayoti Vidyapeeth womens University jaipur, Important facts about University: (1) Mobile phone are restricted in University these is the plus point for students to utilize there maximum time in study. (2)College is providing all the opportunity we deserve. We are getting a good platform to snow our talent for example in sports. (3) Environment college is very good in terms of nature and people, greenery of college is good for fresh environment and freshness. (4) Teachers and students are cooperative. We can ask them everything without any hesitation. (5) College removes great burden from parents by giving complete information about the studen to their parents.

  • VIJAY LAXMI MEENA 2992 Hrs 25 Min 30 Sec

    #jvn-vijay laxmi meena #BAMS-2nd year#enroll.jv-u/19/3776#jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • ARPAN KUMARI 3134 Hrs 21 Min 31 Sec

    #arpankumari #bnys4thyear #jv-u/17/1220 #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • EKTA PANWAR 3153 Hrs 16 Min 27 Sec

    #Ekta panwar #jv-u/19/3668 #Bams-2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • DEEPANSHI GARG 3153 Hrs 30 Min 50 Sec

    #Deepanshi garg #jv-u/19/3205 #Bams-2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • PALAK SHARMA 3154 Hrs 13 Min 33 Sec

    #Palak SHARMA # jv-u/19/3701 #bhms 2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • AZRA MALIK 3155 Hrs 30 Min 00 Sec

    Azramalik#BHMS2nd year#JVWU#thefirst wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. Dr . Pankaj sir helps the many patient and provide many facility in them. Once selected, the training that VHGs received at their local PHC centers failed to provide them with the skills necessary to carry out their assigned responsibilities. The PHC centers themselves were overcrowded, and groups of trainees sometimes had to sit outside in the PHC center courtyard when there was no room for their class to meet [8]. The legacy of aggressive family planning campaigns through these centers during the 1960s and 1970s left few resources to be dedicated toward strengthening other health services. The instructors training the VHGs were often unaware of the overall goals and methods of the VHG Scheme, and only one half of the VHG trainees received training manuals [21, 22]. Merely 3% of VHGs received their medical kits during training, further impeding the learning of new skills [8]. Though the curriculum included practical skills such as latrine building and water purification, it did not include education on broader social factors affecting health. In reality, it was as if the VHGs were being trained as assistants for the PHC center rather than as community advocates [12].

  • MS. AKANKSHA RATHORE 3155 Hrs 34 Min 01 Sec

    #akanksha rathore #jv-u/19/3761 #Bams-2nd year #JYUTI VIDHYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. Dr . Pankaj sir helps the many patient and provide many facility in them. Once selected, the training that VHGs received at their local PHC centers failed to provide them with the skills necessary to carry out their assigned responsibilities. The PHC centers themselves were overcrowded, and groups of trainees sometimes had to sit outside in the PHC center courtyard when there was no room for their class to meet [8]. The legacy of aggressive family planning campaigns through these centers during the 1960s and 1970s left few resources to be dedicated toward strengthening other health services. The instructors training the VHGs were often unaware of the overall goals and methods of the VHG Scheme, and only one half of the VHG trainees received training manuals [21, 22]. Merely 3% of VHGs received their medical kits during training, further impeding the learning of new skills [8]. Though the curriculum included practical skills such as latrine building and water purification, it did not include education on broader social factors affecting health. In reality, it was as if the VHGs were being trained as assistants for the PHC center rather than as community advocates [12].

  • MANSI MUDGAL 3158 Hrs 52 Min 57 Sec

    #MansiMudgal #jv-u/19/3452 #Bams-2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks

  • ANJALI YADAV 3159 Hrs 18 Min 13 Sec

    #Anjali Yadav #jv-u/19/3726 #bhms 2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity Dr. pankaj garg helps many patients and many poor people of near village jharna . dr pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university. The Village Health Worker program was started in 1995 and completed in 2006. HMF engaged these workers in a variety of projects from 2006 onwards and today, 4 workers have been promoted to the supervisor level. More than 70% of HMF’s Village Health Workers have also been selected as ASHA’s through the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM).The Village Health Workers are currently well trained to monitor the activities of microfinance and development projects.The future of the Village Health Worker program lies in making the village health workers self-sufficient and independent by providing them with a practical and profitable skill set.The VHGs were intended to be a cadre tasked with a broad array of duties related to preventive, promotive, and curative services, as well as advocacy and education [13]. Due to poor communication between the central government and rural communities, the VHGs’ promotive and preventive roles fell by the wayside, and their work became centered on curative tasks. Based in part on the success of India’s early community health worker (CHW) programs, the Government of India launched in 1977 a national CHW scheme—the Village Health Guides (VHGs)—to provide preventive, promotive, and basic curative care to rural populations. Although this program had promising origins in smaller demonstration projects, it failed to deliver the hoped-for impact at scale and was abandoned. Based on extensive evidence and experience, the World Health Organization and the World Health Assembly have strongly endorsed the value of national CHW programs and their integration into national health systems. Surprisingly, given the scale and importance of the VHG program and its pioneering nature as a national CHW program, little has been published describing this experience. This article is the second in a series that focuses on critical issues that face the effectiveness of large-scale CHW programs.

  • ANJALI KUSHWAHA 3159 Hrs 27 Min 34 Sec

    #ANJALI KUSHWAH #BHMS 2ND YEAR #JV-U/19/3713 #JYUTI VIDHYAPEETH WOMENS UNIVERSITY The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. Dr . Pankaj sir helps the many patient and provide many facility in them. Once selected, the training that VHGs received at their local PHC centers failed to provide them with the skills necessary to carry out their assigned responsibilities. The PHC centers themselves were overcrowded, and groups of trainees sometimes had to sit outside in the PHC center courtyard when there was no room for their class to meet [8]. The legacy of aggressive family planning campaigns through these centers during the 1960s and 1970s left few resources to be dedicated toward strengthening other health services. The instructors training the VHGs were often unaware of the overall goals and methods of the VHG Scheme, and only one half of the VHG trainees received training manuals [21, 22]. Merely 3% of VHGs received their medical kits during training, further impeding the learning of new skills [8]. Though the curriculum included practical skills such as latrine building and water purification, it did not include education on broader social factors affecting health. In reality, it was as if the VHGs were being trained as assistants for the PHC center rather than as community advocates [12].

  • ANJALI SHARMA 3159 Hrs 33 Min 45 Sec

    #ANJALI SHARMA # jv-u/19/3753 #bhms 2nd year #jyoti vidhyapeeth womens university On October 2, 1977, less than 7 months after the Janata Party had been elected, the VHG Scheme was officially instituted. The scheme was first called the “Community Health Worker (CHW) Scheme, but in 1979 was renamed the Community Health Volunteer (CHV) Scheme,” and finally in 1981 designated the “Village Health Guide Scheme.” [12, 13]. Here, we use the term VHG to refer to this group of CHWs throughout the life of the program. The first wave of training involved 741 PHC centers in 28 districts throughout India and approximately 8000 new VHGs [13]. Eighteen months later, there would be approximately 66 000 functioning VHGs across India [19]. By 1980, 150 000 CHWs had been trained, reaching one third of India’s rural population [21]. This figure would rise to 400 000 by the end of 1987 [13, 18]. As originally intended by the Srivstava Committee, the aim was to train one VHG for every 1000 people. jyoti vidhyapeeth womens univerity is give a good example of heath awareness in village . dr. pankaj garg helps many patients of near village of univeristy. dr. pankaj garg establish three hospital in his university . Heath Village Retirement Community is hosting a special Holiday edition of our VIRTUAL Open House on December 9 at 11 a.m. RSVP is required. During the event participants will learn about our four levels of living, flexible pay-as-you-go financial plan, and our many amenities. The program includes a “tour” of two apartments and of our beautiful 100+ acre campus. A special holiday tour of our renovated lobby will also be included. Attendees will also hear, first-hand, from residents about why they chose Heath Village and the benefits of community living. thanks