World Aids Day, State & UT wise allocation, Release & Utilisation of funds(Rupees in Lakh)

GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 

LOK SABHA 
UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 2970 
TO BE ANSWERED ON 28TH DECEMBER, 2018 

WORLD AIDS DAY 

2970. DR. SUNIL BALIRAM GAIKWAD
          SHRI BHOLA SINGH 
          SHRI V. PANNEERSELVAM
          SHRI KUNDARIYA MOHAN BHAI KALYANJI BHAI

Will the Minister of HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE be pleased to state: 
  • (a) whether the Government observed World AIDS Day recently; 
  • (b) if so, the details thereof along with the theme of the event and initiatives taken by the Government to make the event successful; 
  • (c) the number of events organized and amount incurred for this purpose; 
  • (d) the major challenges identified, the activities undertaken and the achievements made so far under the National AIDS Control Programme (NACP), indicating the funds earmarked, allocated and utilised for the purpose, State/UT-wise; and 
  • (e) the other measures taken by the Government for prevention, control and affordable treatment of HIV/AIDS in the country? 
World+Aids+DayANSWER 
THE MINISTER OF STATE 
IN THE MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND FAMILY WELFARE 
(SMT. ANUPRIYA PATEL) 

(a): Yes. 

(b) & (c): Government of India organised an event to commemorate World AIDS Day on 1st December, 2018 in New Delhi. The theme of the event was “Live Life Positively: Know Your HIV Status”. Showcasing the strides made by India in preventing and controlling HIV/AIDS, the event was attended by People Living with HIV (PLHIV), Development Partners, Civil Society Organizations, Students, Media, Experts, Senior officers and staff of Ministries/Departments and State AIDS Control Societies. The expenditure approved for the event is Rs. 15,51,936/-. 

(d): The major challenges identified are that the epidemic continues to be high in select north-eastern state and the testing for HIV among pregnant women has scope for further improvement in select states. 

The new initiatives undertaken to respond to the challenges include introduction of‚ Test & Treatƒ policy, viral load testing for all PLHIV, launch of Mission Sampark and the enactment of HIV and AIDS (Prevention and Control) Act, 2017. 

As result of these initiatives the new HIV infections in the country have declined by more than 80% since its peak in 1995 against the global average of 47%. Similarly, the AIDS related deaths have declined by 71% since its peak in 2005 while the global average for same has been 51%. 

The funds earmarked, allocated and utilised State/UT-wise is attached as Annexure. 

(e): National AIDS Control Programme is fully funded by the Central Government and it provides free Anti-Retroviral Treatment to all People Living with HIV. The Government also provides HIV counselling and testing services for early detection of HIV infection, prevention of parent to child transmission and HIV-TB collaborative activities through HIV counselling and Testing centers. 

To create awareness on HIV/AIDS and promote services/facilities across the country, multimedia campaigns are implemented. In addition, prevention amongst High Risk Groups including Commercial Sex Workers, Men having Sex with Men, Injecting Drug Users, Hijra/ Transgenders and also truck drivers and migrants is specifically addressed as part of Targeted Intervention projects across the country. 
Annexure 
State & UT wise allocation, Release & Utilisation of funds(Rupees in Lakh)
Sl. No. S t a t e / UT 2015 - 1 6 2016 - 1 7 2017 - 1 8 2018 - 1 9
Allocation (in lakhs) Release (in lakhs) Utilization (in lakhs) Allocation (in lakhs) Release (in lakhs) Utilization (in lakhs) Allocation (in lakhs) Release (in lakhs) Utilization (in lakhs) Allocation (in lakhs) Release (in lakhs)
1 Ahmedabad MC ACS 568.35 Release Included in Gujarat SACS
2 Andaman & Nicobar SACS 165.82 109.21 95.91 127.98 127.98 167.52 130.82 144.82 146.50 146.74 105.21
3 Andhra Pradesh SACS 5337.7 3904.86 2179.94 4907.37 4889.20 4096.09 4981.27 4787.04 6053.64 5360.57 3932.54
4 Arunachal Pradesh SACS 945.49 855.49 586.65 851.59 851.59 1092.26 838.33 939.65 826.76 855.14 609.29
5 Assam SACS 2003.05 2003.04 1667.26 1968.06 1968.06 1753.26 1864.93 1185.46 1106.85 1853.39 986.61
6 Bihar SACS 3303.78 2017.81 3150.16 2842.73 2829.76 2208.41 2913.01 2288.45 2541.51 2892.78 1676.93
7 Chandigarh SACS 692.42 549.33 629.48 574.11 574.11 590.94 617.51 614.25 593.53 674.63 444.52
8 Chattisgarh SACS 2265.42 1130.76 1767.90 2003.01 2003.01 2051.39 1968.44 1845.80 1496.06 2124.56 1147.83
9 Chennai MCACS 72.02 Release Included inTN SACS
10 Dadra & Nagar Haweli 99.98 66.56 82.20 79.91 79.91 122.31 88.41 88.41 96.83 94.08 69.55
11 Daman & Diu SACS 255.33 216.28 189.29 195.06 195.06 259.90 195.65 195.65 71.41 205.69 85.65
12 Delhi SACS 3558.14 3558.14 2358.16 3278.34 3278.34 4270.58 3342.27 3154.04 3044.97 3651.92 2525.28
13 Goa SACS 604.45 452.3 478.13 521.67 521.67 491.15 543.46 539.81 517.05 604.69 406.2
14 Gujarat SACS 5674.9 4149.98 4224.42 5568.94 5568.94 5538.94 5270.8 5169.86 4570.37 5470.33 3503.6
15 Haryana SACS 2338.01 1269.27 1609.89 1484.02 1484.02 1612.65 1228.42 1188.40 1218.55 1795.54 1028.55
16 Himachal Pradesh SACS 1411.98 1034.02 771.09 974.33 974.33 969.91 1026.9 1010.93 905.18 983.36 472.26
17 Jammu & Kashmir SACS 1026.18 748.18 898.72 815.14 803.06 673.87 792.8 777.04 665.35 860.78 518.48
18 Jharkhand SACS 1945.54 1242.65 1328.91 1594.05 1594.05 1169.77 1539.28 1021.09 798.65 1553.3 532.39
19 Karnataka SACS 7731.38 6077.38 6163.69 6997.84 6983.89 7297.04 7067 6585.56 5833.62 7512.92 5172.13
20 Kerala SACS 2874.4 2138.36 2275.83 2639.95 2639.95 2678.76 2675.83 2675.83 2364.11 2768.09 1927.34
21 Lakshadweep SACS 20.42 20.28 6.96 19.74 19.74 17.42 23.28 7.76 20.71 7.16
22 Madhya Pradesh SACS 4448.42 3247.78 3352.07 3914.00 3914.00 3516.84 3818.74 3703.09 3056.51 3837.19 1687.8
23 Maharashtra SACS 10409.62 7000.09 7863.76 9509.55 9509.55 8915.97 9968.83 9769.89 10377.4 10250.58 7034.22
24 Manipur SACS 2401.12 2401.12 1787.95 2485.74 2485.74 3193.74 2565.31 2839.71 2505.69 2667.58 1854.99
25 Meghalaya SACS 591.21 591.21 438.31 543.09 543.09 575.43 551.81 618.22 563.78 566.59 252.9
26 Mizoram SACS 1478.22 1478.22 1438.64 1483.39 1483.39 1493.20 1466.43 1635.71 1480.95 1557.75 1038.71
27 Mumbai MC ACS 2431.55 1596.25 1937.79 2077.86 2077.86 1888.38 2051.74 2018.59 2007.53 2147.62 1265.36
28 Nagaland SACS 1960.2 1930.2 1935.89 1985.24 1985.24 1886.54 1937.63 2165.48 2178.37 2010.93 1470.38
29 Orissa SACS 3373.66 2160.04 2713.91 2959.00 2959.00 3014.95 3011.73 2926.36 2831.54 3197.98 2205.33
30 Pondicherry SACS 382.55 382.55 378.99 321.17 321.17 370.64 330.42 325.28 349.09 368.16 269.03
31 Punjab SACS 3031.15 2604.64 2808.70 2775.84 2775.84 3116.08 2788.36 2726.44 2694.6 3067.74 1937.22
32 Rajasthan SACS 4117.16 2779.82 3142.72 3394.91 3394.91 3255.72 3196.44 3141.76 2667.69 3204.11 1839.34
33 Sikkim SACS 491.4 441.4 474.71 421.92 421.92 380.83 438.68 491.15 357.37 470.73 295.21
34 Tamil Nadu SACS 7366.04 5613.07 5827.10 6488.65 6488.65 7238.79 6933.36 6903.74 6973.1 7297.78 5093.85
35 Telangana 3814.73 2784.77 3443.79 3533.48 3533.48 3194.65 3511.04 3307.10 3525.83 3725.33 2420.18
36 Tripura SACS 757.72 592.72 744.70 759.97 759.97 695.05 742.6 831.73 753.41 764.48 424.57
37 Uttar Pradesh SACS 7117.02 5709.4 5237.47 6170.00 6170.00 6074.51 6120.52 5979.46 5965.45 6020.74 3865.17
38 Uttarakhand SACS 1463.06 969.49 1286.43 1210.97 1210.97 1035.47 1230.22 1191.83 822.91 1194.11 632.5
39 West Bengal SACS 4282.66 3184 3880.13 3834.56 3834.56 3780.86 3747.14 3747.14 2509.36 4058.07 2549.97
Total 102812.25 77010.67 79157.65 91313.18 91256.01 90689.78 91519.41 88542.53 84471.52 95836.69 61288.25

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