Govt. of Odisha

Mamata Scheme

The Mamata Scheme is started by Odisha Government (Ministry of Women and Child Development) to contribute as a factor in reducing maternal and infant mortality and improve the health and nutrition status of pregnant and lactating mothers and their infants.  The scheme provides all the facilities to the mother and new born baby and to reduce IMR (Infant Mortality Rate) and MMR (Maternal Mortality Rate) by insisting on a post-delivery hospital stay of 48 hours of the mother and the newborn. Any complication that may arise during this period is addressed by skilled doctors available at Govt. health institutions. The main objective of this scheme is to take complete baby care and reduce the IMR and MMR.

Benefits of Mamata Scheme:

  • The Mamata Scheme provides benefits in the form of baby care and better treatment like mentioned below
  • Any complications during this period are addressed by skilled doctors. means treatment will be provided by skilled doctors
  • Complete baby care will be taken
  • Scheme will lead to reduce IMR and MMR rate
  • Scheme will provide partial wage compensation for pregnant and nursing mothers so that they are able to rest adequately during their pregnancy and after delivery
  • Beneficiary women will receive a total incentive of Rs. 5000 (Five thousand) only in four installments, subject to the fulfillment of specific requirements like baby powder, oil, mosquito net, flannel cloth and so on

Required eligibility and conditions for applying Mamata Scheme:

  1. The pregnant women will have to be admitted in government hospital
  2. They should have to stay in the hospital at least 48 hours
  3. The Pregnant women should be age of 19 year or more than that
  4. Candidate must be a residence of Odisha state
  5. Under scheme women will eligible to get benefit only for the first 2 live
  6. birth

Document required for applying Mamata Scheme:

  1. Aadhar card
  2. Residence proof e.g. certificate from residence authority
  3. Identity proof e.g. voter ID
  4. BPL ration card (if available)
  5. Bank Details e.g. IFSC code, MICR code, Account number, Account holder name, Branch name

Application procedure

  1. To avail the benefits under this scheme a pregnant woman has to register herself at the Anganwadi Centre (AWC) / Mini AWC to which she belongs. She has to submit her Bank Account details (single account) with a Bank of her choice with core banking facility, to the Anganwadi workers who shall record it correctly

Contact Details:

  1. Women beneficiary can contact to Anganwadi Center
  2. Women beneficiary can contact to ASHA which is present to each and every locality

References & details:

  1. For more details regarding documents and other help please visit official websites: http://wcdodisha.gov.in/node/46
  2. http://wcdodisha.gov.in/sites/default/files/circular/MamataGuideline_English.pdf
  3. http://odisha.gov.in/e-magazine/Orissareview/2013/oct/engpdf/45-47.pdf
  4. http://www.nutritioncoalition.in/pdf/consulation/Thematic_Oral_Presentations/SAC-OP-06-01.pdf
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