On the guidelines of Government of India, Tamil Nadu Government is implementing the increased rate of compensation to the sterilization acceptors for BPL and APL category for the sterilization done in the Government Institutions and accredited Private Hospitals. The financial estimate for the sterilization acceptors for the year 2010 – 11 has been worked out in the following lines.
The Review Meetings are conducted every month at State level and District level to improve the performance and strengthening the Monitoring system. For the year 2011-12, it is proposed to conduct two State level Regional Review Meetings once in three months to monitor and improve the Family Welfare Performance. The Deputy Director of Medical, Rural Health Services and Family Welfare, the Mass Education and Information Officer / District Extension Educator, the Statistical Assistant and Junior Administrative Officer will be called for the review meeting. The Principal Secretary to Government, the Mission Director, State Health Mission and the Director of Family Welfare will conduct Regional review meetings every month.
Monitoring and supervisory visits to Districts / Facilities
The Director of Family Welfare, Officers of this Directorate and Staff of Demographic and Evaluation Cell are visiting the districts.
Performance based rewards to institutions and providers
In order to encourage the District Officers, Institutions, Medical Officers and field staff who rendered their best services in the field of Family Welfare Programme, It is planned to honour the Best Performing Institutions during the year 2011-12 by means of an award. This Award will create healthy competition among various institutions to perform well in family welfare programme particularly under Male Sterilisation and other family welfare methods. The Institutions deserve encouragement by recognizing their efforts and services through award of prizes on the basis of Institution performance.
M & E
Printing of Eligible Couple Register:
Family Welfare cum Eligible Couple Register is the basic record to plan and implement the Family Welfare Programme. Every year during the month of February –March, the Eligible Couple Registers are updated in the Rural and Urban areas and the no. of eligible couples who underwent terminal methods and number of Eligible Couples practicing spacing methods like IUD, OP Users and C.C. Users are estimated. Based on the number of Unprotected Eligible Couples, the field staffs motivate the couples for terminal and spacing methods.
Orientation Workshop on Technical Manuals of Family Planning
Quality of care in sterilization services is a major thrust area in the National Family
Welfare Programme for addressing the unmet need in terminal methods. Poor quality of
service in terms of technical inputs, processes, interpersonal communications, and
limited choice leads to unsatisfied clients which result in under utilization of services as
well as morbidity and mortality.
Procedures for Insurance claims and Settlement.
The aim is to assess the service quality and enable programme managers and service
providers both in public and accredited private facilities to provide quality sterilization
services. They will be encouraged to take remedial measures and corrective steps for
ensuring adherence of procedure prescribed in the manuals.