Good indicators in National Family Health Survey gives CM Yogi Adityanath led Uttar Pradesh hope

Lucknow: Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has congratulated the people of the state of Uttar Pradesh for achievements in the  National Family Health Survey-5, 2020-21. CM Yogi said that this report of National Family Health Survey-5, 2020-21 replete of achievements including expansion of health services and empowerment of women. He said it is an  example of the success of the efforts being made by the state government for facilitating  good health for various sections of society.

Giving this information, the spokesperson of the State Government said that in the past Safety, respect and self-reliance of women over a period of more than four and a half years and efforts to stop female foeticide have been successful.

National Family Health Survey-5, National Family Health Survey-4 in 2020-21, state’s sex ratio relative to 2015-16
effective increase. According to the survey, the sex ratio in the year 2015-16 (per 1,000) number of females to males) has increased from 995 to 1,017 in the year 2020-21.

According to the National Family Health Survey-5, 2020-21, there is a need for cooking in the state. using cleaner fuels and for better sanitation facilities.

There has also been a significant improvement in the percentage of households using clean fuel for cooking in the state in Family Health Survey-4, 2015-16.

The percentage of households using was 32.7, which increased to 49.5 in the latest survey. Similarly, those using better sanitation facility has increased from 36.4 to 68.8 percent.  Furthermore, effective implementation of ‘Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana’ and ‘Swachh Bharat Mission’ is clearly visible says the spokesman.

The spokesman said that in the National Family Health Survey-4, 2015-16, the state’s total fertility rate was 2.7, which has come down to 2.4 in the current survey.

Institutional deliveries have increased from 67.8 per cent to 83.4 per cent. neonatal death rate (N.N.M.R.) reduced from 45.1 percent to 35.7 percent and infant mortality Rate (IMR) has come down from 63.5 percent to 50.4 percent.

The spokesperson said that according to the National Family Health Survey-5, 2020-21 the number of women affected by anemia during pregnancy has been a decrease of 5.1 percent in comparison to Family Health Survey-4, 2015-16, which is higher than the 1.8 percent shortfall recorded at the national level.

There was a 7.4 percent reduction in cases of underweight children, while the national level, the decrease was 3.7 percent.

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