Nutrition campaign will start in Chitrakoot from August 3: Vitamin A supplements will be given to more than one lakh children, nutrition month will run till September 10

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Nutrition campaign will start in Chitrakoot from August 3: Vitamin A supplements will be given to more than one lakh children, nutrition month will run till September 10
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The entire program of Vitamin A of the National Health Mission will be organized in collaboration with Chitrakoot Health Department and ICDS. In this, children from nine months to five years will be given vitamin A supplements. It starts on August 3. More than one lakh children will be covered in this. Addressing this joint planning meeting, Chief Medical Officer Dr. Bhupesh Dwivedi said that the objective of Child Health Nutrition Month was the purpose of children from nine months to five years to increase the ability to fight against diseases, children up to five years old To reduce the death rate, prevent night blindness, malnutrition and treatment, to immunize the left with targeted children during vaccination. Along with this, the use of iodized salt is to reduce physical malformations in children. The first vaccine of measles will be given to the children of 9 to 12 months and second vaccine to the children of 26 to 24 months. The first dosage and second dose of A will be good. NRC will be referred to the very masters. With this, the community will be motivated to promote only breastfeeding for six months and the supplementary diet after six months. Apart from this, the community will be made aware for the use of iodized salt. What is the vitamin agilla immunization officer said that vitamin A is a soluble vitamin. Which increases immunity in the body. This microscopic destination protects the element from malnutrition. There is a risk of vitamin A deficiency in about 60 percent of children in the state, which increases the chances of illness and death rate in children. Vitamin A is given by 23 percent decrease in death due to all reasons, 50 percent decrease in death due to measles, 33 percent in death due to diarrhea. Officer Dr. Imtiaz Ahmed, District Immunization Officer Dr. Mukesh Pahadi, MOIC, Child Development Project Officer BL Gupta, PD Vishwakarma, Mahendra Patel, Vinay Kumar, Alok Pratap, Virendra Kumar, UNICEF DMC Dilip Dwivedi, Santosh Srivastava, BPM, BCPM, VCCM UNDP Kusum Srivastava, Narottam Singh and representatives of allied institutions. Copyright © 2022-23 DB corp ltd., All rights reservedthis website follows the dnpa code of ethics.

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