Status of Millenium development goals in by hcj

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									Sensitization Workshop for local Media &
NGO representatives
December 16, 2009
Bhargav Vatika, Dhaulpur




STATUS OF MILLENNIUM
DEVELOPMENT GOALS IN
DHAULPUR
                           Yogesh Jain
                           Programme Manager, Prayatn Sanstha
Millenium Development Goals
By 2015, all 189 United Nations Member States have
    pledged to
 1.    Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger
           Reduce by half the proportion of people living on less than a
            dollar a day
           Reduce by half the proportion of people who suffer from
            hunger
 2.       Achieve Universal primary Education
           Ensure that all boys and girls complete a full course of
            primary schooling
 3.       Promote Gender Equity and Empower Women
           Eliminate gender disparity in primary and secondary
            education preferably by 2005 and at all levels by 2015
3.     Reduce Child Mortality
        Reduce by two-thirds the mortality rate among
         children under five
4.     Improve Maternal Health
        Reduce by three quarters the maternal mortality
         ratio
6.     Combat HIV/AIDS malaria and other diseases
      Halt and begin to reverse the spread of HIV/AIDS
      Halt and begin to reverse the incidence of malaria and
       other major diseases
7.     Ensure environmental Sustainability
      Integrate  the principles of sustainable development into
       country policies; reverse loss of environmental resources
      Reduce by half the proportion of people without
       sustainable access to safe drinking water
      Achieve significant improvement in lives of at least 10
       million slum dwellers by 2020
8.     Develop a Global Partnership for Development
Poverty and Hunger - Provisions
   Related Legislations
       Article 14 of the constitution
       National Rural Employment Guarantee Act, 2005
       Unorganized Sector Workers Social Security Bill,2005
   Related Programmes
       Targeted Public Distribution System (TPDS)
       Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Scheme
        (NREGS)
       Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)
       Swarnajayanti Gram Swarozgar Yojana (SGSY)
       Indira Awaas Yojana (IAY)
       National Social Assistance Programme
       Agriculture Promotion Schemes
       Insurance Schemes
Poverty and Hunger – Status
   Rank in Rajasthan as per Human Development Index
    - 28
   Per capita income is Rs 3404 as compared to Rs
    4497 of Rajasthan
   18.5% people are below poverty line
   64.6% of men and 37.4% women rural areas are
    farmers while 6.9% of men and 9.6% women are
    engaged as agricultural areas.
   Average land holding in the district is only 1.57
    hectare while 36.6% of the land is irrigated.
Education - Provisions
   Related Legislations
       Article 21A of the Constitution of India
       Right to Education Act
       Child Labour Prohibition Act 1986
   Related Programmes
       Sarva Shiksha Abhiyaan (SSA)
       Midday Meal Programme (MDM)
       National Child Labour Eradication Programme (NCLP)
       Kastoorba Gandhi Balika Vidyalay (KGBV)
       National Programme for Enhancement of Girls’ Education and Literacy
        (NPEGEL)
       Navoday, Kendriya Vidyalay
       Open Schools
Blocks                 Number of         Number of           Number of
                       Habitations   habitations without habitations without
                                       primary school      upper primary
                                         within 1km      school within 3km




Baseri                    359               18                   26
Bari                      319               11                   47
Dhaulpur                  445               64                   15
Rajakhera                 329                9                   18
Total                    1452               102                 106

Source: DISE 2008-09
   Net Enrolment Ratio as per census 2001 is 96.99%
   Drop-out rate as per RCEE 2006-07 is 32.34% which is
    3rd highest in the state
   Gender Gap in primary education as per DISE 2006-
    07 is 8.71% which is 5th highest in the state
   Gender Gap in upper primary education as per DISE
    2006-07 is 19.63% which is 14th highest in the state
   Children of class 3 to 5 who can read class 1 level text
    in Hindi – 48.7% only (as per ASER 2007)
   Total Child worker population has been estimated to be
    42385
Gender Equity and Women
Empowerment - Provisions
   Related Legislations
     Protection against Domestic Violence Act 2005
     Pre-Conception and Pre-Natal Diagnostic Tehniques
      (Prohibition of Misuse) (PCPNDT) Act
     Dowry Prohibition Act
     Hindu Marriage and Succession Act
     Vishakha Guidelines
     Equal Remuneration Act
     Prohibition of Child Marriage Act 2006
     Immoral Trafficking Prevention Act
   Related Programmes
     Women Literacy Programme
     Save the Girl Child Campaign
     Rashtriya Mahila Kosh
     Gender Budgeting
     Kastoorba Gandhi Balika Vidyalay (KGBV)
     National Programme for Enhancement of Girls’ Education
      and Literacy (NPEGEL)
     Women Development Schemes
     Stay Homes for Women
     Employment and Trainings
Gender Equity and Women
Empowerment - Status
   Dhaulpur is among districts of the country where
    Overall Sex Ratio is alarmingly low
   Further the Child Sex Ratio of the district is showing
    a declining trend
   36.6% girls get married before the age of 18
    years as per DLHS 3 and the mean age of
    marriage of girls is 17.4 years
   154 primary schools and 30 upper primary schools
    do not have toilet for girls.
Health (Children) - Provisions
   Related Legislations
     National Health Policy 2002
     National Plan of Action for Children

   Related Programmes
     UniversalImmunization Programme, 1985
     Integrated Child Development Scheme (ICDS)

     Reproductive and Child Health Programme (RCH)

     National Rural Heath Mission (NRHM)
     Health (Children) - Status
                                                                 Dhaulpur                    Rajasthan              India
     Infant Mortality Total                                            85                          79                54
     rate (2001)      Male                                             74                          78                54
                                 Female                                96                          81                53

  Rajasthan is the 4th worst state in India in terms of Infant Mortality Rate and
  Dhaulpur is 14th worst district in Rajasthan


                                                              Dhaulpur                    Rajasthan                India
 Child Mortality             Total                                100                           88                  59
 Rate (2001)                 Male                                  84                           85                  58
                             Female                               118                           92                  61

  Rajasthan is the 4th worst state in India in terms of Child Mortality Rate and
  Dhualpur is 9th worst among the districts of Rajasthan
Source: Infant and Child Mortality in India – District level Estimates, Population Foundation of India, May 2008
   Children (12-23 months) fully immunized – 25.2%
    only and ranks 30th in the state
   Breastfeeding within 1 hour of birth – 27.9%;
    Exclusive breastfeeding for first six months – 34.8%
   Children had check-up within 10 days of birth –
    27.7%
   61.6% of under 6 year children were found to be
    severely or moderately malnourished during 2002-
    04

                                             Source: DLHS-3
Health (Maternal) - Provisions
   Related Legislations
     Prohibition   of Child Marriage Act 2006
   Related Programmes
     National   Rural Health Mission (NRHM)
     ASHA

     JananiSuraksha Yojana (JSY)
     Mother and Child Health and Nutrition (MCHN)
Health (Maternal) - Status
   Maternal Mortality Rate data not available at
    district level. At state level it was 388 in 2004-06
    while the national figure was 254 and MDG target
    is 100.
   Mothers who have at least 3 ANC visits during last
    pregnancy – 7.2 % only which is lowest in Rajasthan
   Proportion on birth attended by skilled health
    personnel – 53.6% only which is 22nd in Rajasthan
   Institutional Delivery - 48.3%
                                            (source: SRS, DLHS 3)
Health (HIV-AIDS, Malaria & Other
diseases) - Provisions
   Related Legislations
     HIV AIDS Bill 2005 (draft)
     National Health Policy 2002

   Related Programmes
     National HIV-AIDS Control Programme (NACP)
     Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme
      (RNTCP)
     National Vector Borne Diseases Control Programme
Health (HIV-AIDS, Malaria & Other
diseases) - Status
   Only 32.6% of married women in 15 to 49 age
    group have heard of HIV/AIDS
   Only 33.1% of unmarried women in 15 to 24 year
    age have heard of RTI/STI




                                         (source: DLHS 3)
Environmental Sustainability - Provisions
   Related Legislations
       Water (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act 1974
       Wildlife Protection Act 1972
       Forest Conservation Act 1980
       Environment (Protection) Act 1986
   Related Programmes
       Total Sanitation Campaign (TSC)
       Nirmal Gram Puraskar
       Accelerated Rural Water Supply Programme (ARWSP)
       Jawaharlal Nehru Urban Renewal Mission (JNURM)
       Water Quality Monitoring
       Forest Departments’ Scheme
Environmental Sustainability - Status
   Only 11.9 % households in the district have access
    to toilet
   154 primary schools and 30 upper primary schools
    do not have common toilet facility
   99 primary and 44 upper primary schools do not
    have drinking water facility
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