NRHM

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AcronymDefinition
NRHMNational Rural Health Mission (India)
NRHMNew Review of Hypermedia and Multimedia
NRHMNational Residence Hall Month (National Association of College and University Residence Halls)
NRHMNon-Radioactive Hazardous Material
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Rs 1175 crore Rs National Rural Health Mission (NHM)
Patna: A local court in Bihar has issued arrest warrants against 12 doctors for siphoning funds meant to perform tubectomy operations on poor women under National Rural Health Mission.
Kulaste would also be handling regular health policies such as Pradhan Mantri Swasthya Suraksha Yojana ( PMSSY), National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme ( NVBDCP), National Rural Health Mission, Reproductive and child health, Pulse Polio Programs etc.
Some topics explored include gender and smartphones in rural West Bengal, the impact of electricity on gender relations in the Sundarban Islands, the National Rural Health Mission in tribal Odisha, feminist activism in an era of neoliberal development, and women and Indian Maoism.
The National Health Mission (NHM)'s two sub-missions-the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) and National Urban Health Mission (NUHM) - will be vehicles for implementation of the programme.
The National Rural Health Mission (NRHM) was launched in 2005 with a vision to provide universal access to equitable, affordable and quality health care, at the same time being accountable and according to the needs of the people, especially those residing in rural areas, the poor, women and children [1].
Both courts ruled that the state governments failed to implement the National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), a central government-funded public health scheme.
The government recently appointed 11,478 Ayush doctors and 15,924 paramedics, including Ayush paramedics, on contract to fill in critical gaps under National Rural Health Mission ( NRHM).
Eight years back we launched National Rural Health Mission (NRHM), in which we launched many hospitals, which resulted in reduced infant and maternity mortality rate.
Dr Abhay Shukla of the National Rural Health Mission said: "We have seen improvements in two-thirds of services where community based monitoring was implemented in a two-year period.
In his reply, he also spoke about the National Rural Health Mission having achieved "impressive results", but added that a lot more needed to be done.
What we need is workers at the grassroots level informing people of UPA's achievements such as the Direct Benefits Transfers and the National Rural Health Mission," said a Union minister.
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