"Background: Universal Immunization Programme as an element of primary health care has been integrated with maternal & child health services & family welfare services. Objective of the study was to review & evaluate the yearwise coverage of Universal Immunization Programme for all pregnant women, infants & children in the Raisen district of Madhya Pradesh (M.P.) under government health infrastructure for assessment of programmatic success.
Methods: Raisen district was selected for study out of 50 districts of Madhya Pradesh. 3 years retrospective online data about coverage of immunization & ANC services was collected from 8 blocks of Raisen district and was analysed.
Results: Total number of ANC registration has been increased from 54.11% (2009) to 59.28%(2012). Also TT1 received by 68.02% in 2012 in comparison to 65.79% (2009). But rest of the ANC services has declined by 3-6% approx. Immunization coverage of district has also been declined in the range of 0.2-17.2% in the span of 3 years.
Conclusion: ANC services are showing not showing overall favourable trends in upward direction whereas Immunization trends are also showing an overall declining trend in under 3 year old age group. The district is still lagging behind the set targets.
Universal Immunisation Pro-gramme, ANC services, Trends, Raisen district