Governor Mangubhai Patel said the scope of the sickle cell anemia investigation and investigation should be extended to 40 years. The National Health Mission should take the necessary measures in this regard. He ordered the National Red Cross Society to cooperate in expanding the scope, strengthening, earnestly investigating and monitoring even the smallest details of sickle cell treatment and management efforts. Governor Patel was holding a discussion on sickle cell treatment and management efforts with officials from the National Health Mission, State Red Cross Society and Raj Bhavan at Raj Bhavan.
Patel appreciated the efforts of the state government for the one-of-a-kind program held in Madhya Pradesh with the country on June 19 on World Sickle Cell Day and congratulated the Department of Health team. He said the program is an ideal form of Sabka Vikas, Sabke Saath, Sabka Vishwas and Sabke Prayas. For the effective treatment and management of sickle cell disease, it is necessary to accelerate the investigation and investigation. He told the officials of the National Health Mission that after three months, he would himself inquire about the reality on the ground of the progress of the work. It should be clear to all managers and employees that the work must be completed within a stipulated time. The work should be done on a war footing in the next 3 months, so that the field experiences of this period can be integrated into the action plan. This will achieve the goal in advance. He said Mission Health should cooperate with counseling services related to investigation and marriage in universities and colleges. Red Cross committees are to guide treatment and management efforts in 89 disease-prone development blocks by preparing protocols related to disease treatment management work.
The Governor said an adequate amount has been provided by Raj Bhavan to the Red Cross Committees at state and district level for the additional efforts of sickle cell treatment management. Committee members, while performing their duties as responsible citizens of society, should obtain financial support from public participation in the management of disease treatment. The allocated amount is to be used to fill vacant gaps in state government hemoglobinopathy mission efforts, walk-in facilities and availability of specialist patient registration, and support in the treatment efforts, guidance and supervision of treatment.
Governor Principal Secretary DP Ahuja, Tribal Cell Member Secretary BS Jamod, Deputy Secretary DK Jain, State Red Cross Chairman Gagan Kolhe, National Health Mission Deputy Director Dr Ruby Khan , members of the tribal cell and officials of Raj Bhavan were present.