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Mo Mashari Scheme to Protect Every Mother from Malaria

Mukesh Jindal
Written by Mukesh Jindal

The Mo Mashari Scheme was launched to protect every mother from malaria has been started by the state government of Odisha (Ministry of Health and Family Welfare) to safeguard mothers and pregnant women from problems such as anaemia, stillbirth and low body weight. The scheme was launched with the main reason being reducing the risk of malaria morbidity among pregnant women by 50%.


Highlights of the scheme

  • Aimed to protect mothers and pregnant women from malaria and other diseases
  • Government launched initiative
  • To be launched in seven districts of Odisha

Benefits of Mo Mashari Scheme to Protect Every Mother from Malaria

  • Mo Mashari Scheme to Protect Every Mother from Malaria provides benefits which result in mother and pregnant women protection from malaria and its related problems like anaemia, weight loss
  • Under this multiple initiatives will be taken to protect from malaria and other related diseases by providing necessary vaccination, mosquito net etc.
  • The scheme will help in reducing malaria diseases and providing better health
  • Protecting women during pregnancy is foremost benefit of scheme
  • Under this scheme Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLIN) in high malaria burden districts
  • More than 84% of eligible pregnant women are protected by LLINs in the distribution area
  • Long Lasting Insecticidal Nets (LLIN) will be given from Anganwadi Centre, Primary Health, Village Health and Nutrition Days (VHND), immunisation days, antenatal checkups or other appropriate events

Required eligibility and conditions to be able to apply for the scheme

  1. Pregnant ladies of seven high intestinal sickness rate tribal areas, for example,
  • Kalahandi
  • Kandhamal
  • Keonjhar
  • Koraput
  • Rayagada
  • Nawarangpur and
  • Malkangiri is qualified.
  1. Prisoners of tribal private schools of these seven previously mentioned areas are qualified
  2. Candidate ladies must be lasting inhabitants of Odisha state

Application technique and records required for applying Mo Mashari Scheme to Protect Every Mother from Malaria

  1. Pregnant ladies or mother can visit the Anganwadi focus with a few records like BPL proportion card or Identity card and living arrangement verification, Aadhar card in light of the fact that particularly there is no compelling reason to convey exceptional reports.

Contact points of Interest

  • Candidate ladies can contact to ASHA essential individual displays each nearby place
  • Anganwadi focus
  • Contact: Joint Director of Health Services (Malaria), State Vector Borne
  • Illness Control Program (VBDCP), Department of Health and Family Welfare, Government of Odisha
  • Email: [email protected]

References and subtle elements

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About the author

Mukesh Jindal

Mukesh Jindal

My name is Mukesh Jindal, and I am from New Delhi, India. I am an engineer by profession. I am employed by an IT company in which I work. My topics of interest include technology, mobile, and apps.

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