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Anganwadi Centres Sanctioned and Operational and Children P & LM Beneficiaries under Anganwadi Services Scheme Quarter Ending 31 December 2018

Anganwadi Centres Sanctioned and Operational and Children P & LM Beneficiaries under Anganwadi Services Scheme Quarter Ending 31 December 2018

TAKE HOME RATION (THR) SCHEME 

(a) No such pilot programme on Conditional Cash Transfer has been taken up by the Ministry. 

TAKE+HOME+RATION+(THR)+SCHEME
    (b)  Anganwadi Services under Umbrella Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) Scheme is a Centrally Sponsored Scheme implemented by States/UTs across the county. The responsibility for implementation of Anganwadi Services including providing Take Home Ration (THR) and management thereof rests with States/UTs. The complaints received in respect of irregularities/corruption in implementation of Anganwadi Services and in providing THR are forwarded to concerned States / UTs for taking appropriate action. Reports on complaints which are serious in nature are sought from State Government/UT Administration.
      (c)  The details of the number of pregnant, lactating women and children who have been benefited under Anganwadi Services Scheme are at Annexure.
        (d)  The Anganwadi Services under the Umbrella ICDS scheme provide six (6) services to the beneficiaries, i.e., children below 6 years, pregnant and lactating mothers. These services are supplementary nutrition, health and nutrition education, pre-school education, immunization, health check-up and referral services. The scheme is universal and open to all eligible beneficiaries without any economic or other criteria. There are 14 lakh approved Anganwadi Centres out of which 13.70 lakh Anganwadi Centres are operational. More than 9 crore beneficiaries are availing this scheme. This scheme has helped in improving the maternal and child health as reflected in the data captured by National Family Health Survey-4.
          Annexure refer to Lok Sabha Un-starred Question No. 1139 dated on 08.02.2019 Anganwadi Centres Sanctioned and Operational & Children P&LM beneficiaries under Anganwadi Services Scheme Quarter Ending 31 December 2018




          Sl. No                 



          State/UT
          No. of AnganwadiCentres
          Beneficiaries of Supplementary Nutrition
          Sanctioned                 Operational                 Children                                           (6 months - 3
          years)
          Children                                           (3 - 6 years)
          TotalChildren                 
          (6 months -
          6 years)
          Pregnant                 
          & lactatingMothers(P&LM)
          TotalBeneficiaries                                           (Children 6mo-6 yearsplus P&LM)                 
          1
          Andhra Pradesh5560755607150412287011223742346194252993659
          2
          Telangana357003563495000055000015000004000001900000
          3
          Arunachal Pradesh62256225924379662318906024517213577
          4
          Assam62153621531450009156937030193795942963613675
          5
          Bihar1150099723124581763511680596985614046727374528
          6
          Chhattisgarh5247451212121880099720022160004938002709800
          7
          Goa126212623609816898529961463767633
          8
          Gujarat53029530291973008174268037156888236554539343
          9
          Haryana25962259625745482540368285842579961086580
          10Himachal Pradesh189251892524225515585739811296365494477
          11Jammu & Kashmir3193829599410165388285798450159690958140
          12Jharkhand38432384321676737106781827445557183373462892
          13Karnataka65911659112314824163391339487378954654844202
          14Kerala33318332443504883741657246533002181024871
          15Madhya Pradesh971359713533747173262856663757314151638052736
          16Maharashtra1104861102192618757260932652280839750646203147
          17Manipur115101151016340117758334098467208408192
          18Meghalaya5896589621887925188747076676728547494
          19Mizoram22442244722838293915522228150183372
          20Nagaland3980398014218814540828759645662333258
          21Odisha74154725871871082204734039184227251294643551
          22Punjab2731427279395846275650671496186289857785
          23Rajasthan6201061974163872597738126161068754263491532
          24Sikkim13081308145001000024500580030300
          25Tamil Nadu5443954439174331365093023942436650673059310
          26Tripura10145991115500518985434485971074415933
          27Uttar Pradesh                 1901451879978524650541222513936875                 363785417574729
          28Uttrakhand2006720067426531158275584806169230754036
          29West Bengal11948111604730766003132449620904913279247536973
          30A & N Islands
          720
          720
          7777279110568262113189
          31Chandigarh**                 
          450
          450
          206672522145888720953097
          32Delhi*1089710897300462129349429811112888542699
          33Dadra & N Haveli
          302
          302
          88881047519363352322886
          34Daman & Diu                 
          107
          107
          27622388515014516601
          35Lakshadweep                 
          107
          107
          2607
          843
          345011484598
          36Puducherry
          855
          855
          24210259626806915735963
          All India
          1399697
          [1400000
          earliersaned. byGOI]
          137045740055517                 32786403                 72841920                 17212838                 90054758

          Based on State/UTs level consolidated report.
          *253 AWCs surrendered by NCT of Delhi accepted in MWCD vide order no.11-33/2015-CD-I Dated 16 November 2018.

          ** 50 AWCs surrendered by Chandigarh Administration accepted in MWCD vide order no.11-33/2015-CD dated 21 Dec., 2018.

          The above statement was submitted by Minister of Women & Child Development in reply of undermentioned Lok Sabha Question:-

          GOVERNMENT OF INDIA 
          MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 

          LOK SABHA 
          UNSTARRED QUESTION NO. 1139 
          TO BE ANSWERED ON 08.02.2019 

          TAKE HOME RATION (THR) SCHEME 
          1139. SHRI RABINDRA KUMAR JENA

          Will the Minister of WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT be pleased to state: 

          (a) whether the Ministry has assessed the impact of the pilot programmes on conditional cash transfer to meet Integrated Child Development Services (ICDS) nutrition goals and if so, the details thereof;
            (b) whether any irregularities have been noticed in the implementation of ICDS’s Take Home Ration (THR) Scheme and if so, the details thereof;
              (c) the number of pregnant, lactating women and children who have been benefited under the said scheme; and
                (d) whether the scheme has met its set targets to improve maternal and child health and if so, the details thereof? 
                ANSWER 


                MINISTER OF STATE IN THE MINISTRY OF WOMEN AND CHILD DEVELOPMENT 
                (DR. VIRENDRA KUMAR) 

                As above.
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