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Natl J Community Med. 2014; 5(2): 209-213


Evaluvation of Antenatal Checkup Practices Observed among Beneficiaries & Non Beneficiaries Under Janani Suraksha Yojana Scheme in Indore, India

Shireen Sharma, V K Arora, Ahmed Shahjada, Piyusha Mahashabde, Abhishek Bachhotiya.

Abstract
"Introduction: Maternal mortality has been considered as a sign of social injustice to basic human health. GOI initiated some schemes to promote institutional deliveries with the ultimate objective of bringing down IMR and MMR one such scheme is Janani Suraksha Yojana under this scheme cash in-centive is given to women opting for institutional delivery.
Objective: To find out the utiliza-tion and association between ser-vices of ANC among Beneficiary and non- Beneficiary.
Material & Method: A cross sec-tional study conducted over a peri-od of one year, by using 30 clusters random sampling technique, with sample size of 450.
Result: 69.5% was beneficiaries and 30.4% non-beneficiaries. 82.5% beneficiaries and 81.8% were found to be literate. Registration for ANC services, among beneficiary was found out to be 99.6% as compared to non-beneficiaries which was 97.8%. 74.4% beneficiaries had re-ceived 2tetanus and 72.8% had re-ceived more than 90 IFA tablets.

Key words: Janani Suraksha Yojana, Beneficiaries, Non-beneficiaries, ANC



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