GUWAHATI, Nov 29: The National Health Mission, Assam, orchestrated the Swasthya Manthan-10, a state-level mid-term review cum workshop on Tuesday at Assam Administrative Staff College, Khanapara, Guwahati.
The event saw the participation of key figures, including Dr M S Lakshmi Priya, IAS, mission director – NHM, Assam, Pankaj Chamuah, ACS, OSD, NHM, Assam, state programme officials, district health teams, and development partners.
Conducted as a one-day review and workshop, the gathering included representatives from all districts, led by the joint director of health services. District programme managers, district data managers, district community mobilizers, and other concerned officials engaged in discussions and reviews. A district-wise evaluation focused on non-communicable diseases, maternal and child health, aiming to enhance the health status of the state’s residents. The meeting also involved identifying gaps in facilities and developing improvement plans accordingly, with the goal of course correction and providing necessary support to enhance health indicators.
Dr M S Lakshmi Priya felicitated the best performers from the state, districts, and development partners for their unwavering dedication to improving the health system in their respective areas.
This workshop marked the tenth in a series of Swasthya Manthan initiatives, demonstrating the continuous commitment of Dr M S Lakshmi Priya towards advancing healthcare in the region.