Odisha Sampurna Scheme for Pregnant Women- Complete Details
Odisha Sampurna Scheme – Odisha Government has launched its new Odisha Sampurna Scheme for the welfare of the pregnant women of Odisha state. The government has launched this scheme along with two other schemes Asha Kalyan Yojana and NHM Employees Welfare Fund Scheme. Under this scheme, the government will provide financial help to the pregnant women who do not get the ambulance facility.
Details of New Health Schemes
The State Government of Odisha has introduced this Sarkari Yojana for the welfare of the pregnant women. Under Asha Kalyan Yojana, the government will provide helth care facilities to the asha workers along with this each asha worker will also get an incentive of Rs.1000/- monthly. In the third NHM Employees Welfare Fund Scheme in which the government will provide compensation up to Rs 6 lakh in death case or permanent disability above 80%.
This scheme is specially launched to help the pregnant women who could not get the facility of 108 or 102 ambulances during their pregnancy. In this scheme, due to the lack of ambulance facility the government will provide financial assistance of Rs 1000/-. This fiancial amount will be directly deposited into the bank account of the pregnant women. According to the scheme, about 60,000 pregnant women will be benefited from this scheme from from 6853 villages odisha.
Asha Kalyan Yojana
In this scheme, the government will provide healthe care facilities to the Asha Workers. Besides, the asha workers will also get a montly incentive of Rs. 1000/-. The government will also provide an one time honorarium of Rs 10,000/- for serving as a Asha Worker. This amount will be given to the asha worker on attaining the age of 60 years. The asha worker will also get a facility of compensation of Rs 1 lakh in death case. Besides, the government also enhanced the compensation for permanent disability up to Rs 1 lakh and support under Asha Education Programme.
NHM Employees’ Welfare Fund Scheme
In this scheme, NHM Employees will get a compensation of up to Rs 6 lakh in death case or permanent disability above 80%. Besides, they will also get a compensation up to Rs 2.5 lakh in the case of partial disability. The government is also providing reimbursement for medical expenses up to Rs 3 lakh a year in the case of critical health condition. The government will also provide a facility of 10-bedded Day Care Centres for diagnosis. In these centers, the people can get treatment of blood-related diseases. These centers are located at Balasore DHH, Kandhamal DHH and Rourkela Government Hospital