Government of Maharashtra launched Kayapalat Abhiyan & Atal Arogya Vahini-Adivasi Jeevadayini in the state to improve life standards of tribals (adivavis) in the state. The Chief Minister of the state Devendra Fadanvis launched the Kayapalat Abhiyan & flagged off the Atal Arogya Vahini-Adivasi Jeevadayini.
Kayapalat Abhiyan (Transformation Campaign): A Maharashtra government scheme to improve education facilities for tribal students in the state. A vibrant learning environment will be created in all the tribal schools (ashram shalas), government residential schools along with Eklavya schools across the state. The scheme will benefit 2.5 lakh tribals students in the state. Better education facilities will be provided to the 502 government aided residential schools, 14 Eklavya schools & 491 government hostels.
Atal Arogya Vahini-Adivasi Jeevadayini: A medical ambulance to provide health-care facilities to the tribals. The Atal Arogya Vahini-Adivasi Jeevadayini will provide regular health checkups and health care service primarily to the adivasi students. All the information about their health will be stored in the centralized database. It will be fully equipped medical ambulance which will provide following services:
- Emergency medical services
- ARAI certified basic life support ambulance
- Will be available 24×7
- Expert doctors will be on-board ambulance
- Will provide health advice about treatment
- Each ambulance has basic life support (BLS) system, 2 doctors & 1 health assistant
- It will also have stock of medicines and injections required for the basic treatments
Will equipped dispensary will be setup in the government schools in the adivasi areas. All the health record will be maintained in Health Management Information System (HSIS) and will be available via Digital Health Card Mobile App.
The primary objective of the scheme is to provide better medical services in the remote areas. Government has create 48 clusters to support tribals. Each cluster will have 4-6 asharm shalas and one eklavya school. Government has given 48 ambulances one for each clusters. Each of the students will be given digital health card which will have all the details about their health check-up records.
In its commitment to create a vibrant learning environment & better living standards for nearly 2.5 lakh tribal students in 502Govt residential schools,491 hostels,14Eklavya schools,CM @Dev_Fadnavis launches ‘Kayapalat Abhiyan’ & flags off ‘Atal Arogya Vahini’-Adivasi Jeevadayini pic.twitter.com/E5P6bcrk9z
— CMO Maharashtra (@CMOMaharashtra) November 22, 2018