Mukhyamantri Doodh Uphar Yojana 2020-2021 had been launched by the Government of Haryana On 5 August 2020 under the leadership of CM Manohar Lal Khattar. in this Chief Minister Milk Gift Scheme, The state government will provide free fortified milk to children, pregnant women and lactating mothers. In addition, a new Mahila Evam Kishori Samman Yojana It will also be launched through video conferencing. in that Women and teenager honor scheme, Free sanitary napkins will be distributed to women / girls belonging to below poverty line (BPL) category in villages.
The main objective of the Haryana Chief Minister’s Doodh Sub Yojana (Chief Minister’s Free Milk Gift Scheme) is to improve nutrition levels in children, pregnant women and lactating mothers. Every beneficiary women and children visiting Anganwadi centers will now get 200 ml of fortified milk.
State government. Will focus on eradication of malnutrition and promote nutrition level to make future generations healthy. Government of Haryana Special emphasis is placed on health as it has been the main issue of the world amid the outbreak of COVID-19 epidemic.
Haryana Mukhyamantri Doodh Uphar Yojana (Chief Minister Milk Gift Scheme) 2020-2021
State government. Haryana had launched a new Mukhya Mantri Mudra Yojana to improve the nutritional level in children and mothers. All those children, pregnant women and lactating mothers who come to Anganwadi centers will now get 200 ml of fortified skimmed milk powder. Under Chief Minister Collective Marriage Scheme or Chief Minister Dairy Gift Scheme, children and women will now get free milk 6 days a week.
Flavors of milk in Haryana Mukhyamantri Doodh Uphar Yojana
Milk given to children, pregnant women and lactating mothers will now come in 6 flavors. It will include the following flavors in the Haryana Chief Minister’s Plan UP scheme which are listed below: –
- Vanilla (Vanilla)
- Butterscotch (butterscotch)
Major Beneficiaries of Mukhyamantri Doodh Uphar Yojana
Approximately 9.03 lakh children of 1-6 years of age will be benefited by the implementation of this Mukhya Mantri Mudra Yojana or Mukhyamantri Milk Gift Scheme (Chief Minister Milk Gift Scheme). In addition, about 2.95 lakh pregnant women and lactating mothers will benefit. The fortified milk will be distributed for at least 300 days in a year.
Haryana Mahila Evam Kishori Samman Yojana 2020-2021
In the Haryana Chief Minister Mahila Evam Kishori Samman Yojana 2020-2021, BPL girls and women between the ages of 10 and 45 will be given free sanitary napkins. Anganwadi workers will distribute free sanitary napkins to the beneficiaries at their home. In the state of Haryana, there are 11,24,871 BPL families. For providing sanitary napkins to each girl in these village families, Rs. An amount of 39.80 crores has been allocated.
Eligibility Criteria for Free Sanitation Napkin Distribution Scheme in Haryana
The eligibility criteria of Haryana Free Sanitation Napkin Distribution Scheme is given below: –
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- He should be a permanent resident of the state of Haryana.
- He should belong to below poverty line (BPL) category.
- The maximum age of women should not be more than 45 years.
- The minimum age of the girl should not be less than 10 years.
- The girl / woman must reside in any village under the jurisdiction of the Haryana Government.
With this scheme, the state government. Menstruation in women is focused on promoting hygiene and even protects the environment by the use of biodegradable pads.
National Family Health Survey 4 – Report
According to the reports of the National Family Health Survey-4 conducted in the financial year 2015-16, approx. 58% of young women aged 15 to 24 years b / w still use clothes for menstrual protection. NFHS-4 also states that 42% of young women use sanitary napkins, of which approximately 16% of women use pads that are manufactured locally.
In addition, about 78% of women in urban areas use sanitary sanitary napkins, while only 48% of women in rural areas use clean sanitary napkins. Therefore, there is a great need to ensure that rural women also use sanitary pads to prevent diseases. In addition, all sanitary pads available in the market are non-biodegradable and harm the environment unlike these sanitary napkins which are bio-degradable.
Source / Reference Link: https://haryanacmoffice.gov.in/index.php/05-august-2020
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