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Family Planning Programme
Introduction: India is the first country that launched a National Family Planning Programme in 1952, emphasizing fertility regulation for reducing birth rates to the extent necessary to stabilize the population at a level consistent with the socio-economic development and environment protection.
The NRHM provides a policy framework for advancing goals and prioritizing strategies during the next decade, to meet the reproductive and child health needs of the people of India. The TFR according to NFHS-4 (2015-16) is 1.6.
Availability of Family Planning Services at various Health Centres in U.T., Chandigarh:

Type of FP
Services

S/c (AMU
if Availa
ble)

CC



OCP



Cu-T-375



& 380-A

PPIUCD

X

Female

X

Sterilizat

ion

NSV

X

ECP



PTK



Health Facility where the relevant services available

CDs (Ayush Centre if colocated)

PHC

ESI Disp.
/ Hosp

RHTC /
UHTC

Civil DH Hosp

Medical College











































X

X



X







X

X



X







X

X

X

X

X



X





























PGIMER

Frequency of Services
(New Package)

Remarks

FDS Daily



No FDS /

Free

Camps

Supply

services are

only



provided on

daily basis by

the ANM, LHV

All FP

, MPHW

services



(Male), MO.

are

PPIUCD and available

Streilization

at all co-



services are

located

provided by

delivery



the concerned

points

MO/

on daily

Specialist.

basis.

X

√ √

The DLHS indicators pertaining to Family Planning is as below:-

Current use of Family Planning Methods (%) Indicator

DLHS 4(2012-13) Total Rural urban

DLHS 3(2007-08) Total Rural urban

Any method...................................................................................... 70.9 66.9 72.1 75.6 76.0 75.6

Any modern method......................................................................... 66.8 65.1 67.4 70.7 73.2 70.4

Female sterilization .......................................................................... 27.8 33.4 26.0 28.8 36.2 27.9

Male sterilization .............................................................................. 0.2 0.3 0.2 0.5 0.0 0.6

Pill ................................................................................................... 1.1 0.3 1.3 3.1 4.1 3.0

IUD .................................................................................................. 4.0 3.0 4.3 7.3 9.4 7.1

Condom .......................................................................................... 33.2 28.1 34.8 30.9 23.5 31.7

Any traditional method ..................................................................... 4.0 1.8 4.7 4.9 2.8 5.2

Unmet Need for Family Planning (%)

Total unmet need ............................................................................. 12.1 14.8 11.2 8.3 14.4 7.6

Unmet Need for spacing .................................................................. 6.1 7.7 5.6 2.2 3.0 2.1

Unmet Need for limiting.................................................................... 6.0 7.1 5.6 6.1 11.4 5.5

Ever use of Emergency Contraceptive Pills (ECP) ........................... 3.8 3.9 3.6 1.2 0.0 1.3

Quality of Family Planning Services (%)

Non-users ever advised by health personnel to adopt any F.P Methods 21.1 18.6 22.1 13.7 0.0 15.8

Current users told about side effects of method

16.5 9.9 18.4 5.2 3.8 5.4

Users who received follow-up services for sterilization and IUD within 48 hours 76.3 73.7 77.3 69.0 64.5 69.7

Post-partum adoption of family planning for sterilization

71.6 61.1 75.9 32.6 41.2 31.4

GOI norms for Compensation Schemes: Section Coverage

Limits

1 A

Death following sterilization(inclusive of Rs. 2 lakh

death during process of sterilization

operation) in hospital or within 7 days

from the date of discharge from the

hospital.

Limits w.e.f 1st January 2017 as per directions issued by MoHFW, GOI (Vide Letter No. D.O. No.Y.11013/1/2016-FP dated 29.1.2016 from Dr. Rakesh Kumar, I.A.S., Joint Secretary, MoHFW, GOI)
Rs. 4 lakh.

1 B

Death following sterilization within 8-30 Rs. 50,000/- Rs. 1,00,000/-

days from the date of discharge from

the hospital.

1 C

Failure of Sterilization

Rs. 30,000/- Rs 60,000/-

1 D

Cost of treatment in hospital and upto Actual not

Rs 50,000/-

60 days arising out of complication

exceeding

following sterilization operation

Rs. 25,000/-

(inclusive of complication during

process of sterilization operation) from

the date of discharge.

II

Indemnity per Doctor/ Health Facilities Upto Rs. 2 Upto Rs. 4 Lakh per claim

but not more than 4 in a year.

lakh per

claim

Strategies for implementation of the Family Planning Programme:
1. Adherence to the Nine Directions of the Hon’ble Supreme Court of India. 2. Formulation of Statutory Bodies (SQAC, DQAC, SFPIS Subcommittee and QACs at Family
Planning Centers co-located at the delivery points). 3. Behaviour change communication methods are adopted for promoting Family Planning
Services. 4. Basket of choices for Sterilization Methods are provided to the target couples. 5. Increasing access to contraceptives through distribution of contraceptives at the doorstep of
beneficiary through health workers. 6. Thrust is laid on the PPIUCD along with postpartum sterilization & Post MTP Contraceptive
Cu-T/ Post MTP sterilization. 7. Quality Data generated for the family planning methods for effective spacing & likewise
terminal methods of Family Planning . 8. Integration with MTP, PC&PNDT Act. 9. Involving Mother groups/ Volunteer advocates of Family Planning for endorsing post-
delivery Cu-T and Sterilization as well as Male Sterilization. 10. An effective Chandigarh Model For Behavior Changes Communication through Social
networking & Convergence Inter/Intra Sectoral and Strategic Planning cycle has been adopted for promoting family planning methods.

SLOGAN WRITING COMPETITION FOR PLANNING THE FAMILY
This is the best practice by involving the decision makers in the family i.e Husbands, Mother-inLaw/ Elderly members of family, Young family members etc.

Activities done for implementation of the Family Planning Programme:

Sr. No.
1.
2.

Name of Training
Integrated Training/ Orientation/ Review Meeting under PC-PNDT/ Family Planning/MTP. (6 Batches)
Integrated Training/ Orientation/ Review Meeting under PC-PNDT/ Family Planning/MTP.

Category

of

participants

LHV, ANM, MPHW

Pharmacists

No. of persons trained 194
35

Date

of

Training

29.2.2016 01.03.2016 to 04.03.2016 08.03.2016 11.03.2016

3. 4. 5.
6. 6. 7.

Integrated Training/ Orientation/ Medical

114

Review Meeting under PC-PNDT/ Officers/GDMOs/

Family Planning/MTP.

Gynaecologists/

(4 Batches)

Private Practitioners

Integrated Training/ Orientation/ Staff Nurses/

259

Review Meeting under PC-PNDT/ VHSC Members

Family Planning/MTP.

(5 Batches)

Meeting-cum-Sensitization Training SMO I/c and HOD, 36

regarding Strengthening of Family Deptt. of Obst. &

Planning Services/ MTP and PC- Gynae, Staff Nurses,

PNDT Act, Implementation to LHV, ANM of all

streamline the co-ordination delivery points

between the heath staff and

delivery point and filed level to

boost the family planning services

(Post-partum, Post-abortion, IUCD

and

Sterilization)

in

U.T.,Chandigarh.

Meeting regarding WPD

HOD, Deptt. of Obst. 67

& Gynae/ MO I/c of all

health facilities, I/c

Post-Partum, Nurses

of all delivery points,

LHV and ANM

Meeting regarding WPD

SMO I/c, MO I/c, 126

Programme Officers,

Municipal Councillors,

ARSH and ICTC

Counsellors, CDPOs,

Supervisors,

Sarpanch & Panch,

BDPOs

Contraceptive Update Seminar HODs,

Medical 42

under Plan the Families Officers, GDMOs

Programme

14.03.2016 23.03.2016 17.03.2016 18.03.2016 21.03.2016 28.03.2016 to 31.03.2016 09.06.2016
13.06.2016
24.06.2016
17.08.2016

Celebration of World Population Stabilization Day 2016:
Family Planning is considered as the indirect Factor for reducing MDR and focus is laid on the Delaying the age of Marriage , First Child Birth & Gap of 3 years in second child birth .
1. World Population Stabilization Day was celebrated at 4 different places with the theme of “Zimedari Nibhao, Plan Banao” on 11th July 2016. In this event, Strong Political & Administration support is achieved through active participation by the Hon’ble Session Judges, MCs, Advocates, Lawyers, Mayor, Councillors, Panchayat Members.
2. The activities of World Population Mobilization Fortnight started on 27th June 2015 with slogan writing by members of Panchayati Raj Institutions, Counsellors, Aanganwari Workers/ Health Staff/ School Dropouts.

3. The focus was laid on sensitizing the decision makers in the families to promote marriage at right age and stage, delay first child birth by two years and adoption of contraceptive. Husbands took part in the Slogan Writing Competition on Family Planning as there is a myth exists in the community that Family Planning is the responsibility of female.
Good Practices under Family Planning Programme Human contact with beneficiary, ice breaking sessions by male and female health staff, inter &
intra-sectoral convergence are the backbone of the initiative.
The participants from various communities, age groups and departments, PRIs, Hon’ble Judges and Politicians as seen during awareness generation activities.

Formulation of Mother Groups:- Mother groups have been formulated at community level which will give alert regarding abortion, female foeticide etc.
Health Camps:- 4 health camps have been held in F.Y. 2016-17 to create awareness among masses regarding Family Planning, Sterilization, NSV etc. The camps has been held at the places like factories and labour chowks etc. where crowd is less and one to one counselling is possible. These camps proves very beneficial for achieving targets under Family Planning/ Sterilization.
Newer initiative under Family Planning:- The “Record keeping file for Male and Female Sterilization”, “Discharge Card”, “Sterilization Certificate”, “Consent Form in Hindi” and “Discharge Card in Hindi” under Family Planning and been prepared and distributed at all the delivery points/ Family Planning public institutions of U.T., Chandigarh.
Contact Details of the Programme Officer:-
Dr. Anil Garg, District Family Welfare Officer, Chandigarh Administration, Chandigarh. Contact No:- 0172-2700928 E-mail:- [email protected]

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