NATIONAL VECTOR BORNE DISEASE CONTROL PROGRAMME (NVBDCP)

The National Vector Borne Disease Control Program (NVBDCP) covers 6 (six) Vector Borne Diseases namely, Malaria, Japanese Encephalitis, Dengue , Kala-azar , Chikungunya & Filariasis. Earlier Malaria was endemic in all Eleven (11) districts   but since 2018 endemicity has reduced. Three districts viz Longleng, Phek & Mokokchung reported Nil Malaria cases in 2019 and in the year 2020 ,  Zero malaria case have been reported  from  5 districts i.e Kohima , Kiphire, Longleng, Mokokchung,  and Zunheboto .

Japanese Encephalitis & Dengue are found in some part of districts but in the year 2020 ,  zero  Japanese Encephalitis cases have been reported and only one Dengue positive case have been reported .

NATIONAL FRAMEWORK FOR MALARIA ELIMINATION IN INDIA (2016–2030)

National Framework for Malaria Elimination in India (NFME) 2016- 2030 was launched by Hon’ble Union Minister for Health & Family Welfare Minister, Shri J.P. Nadda Govt of India  in February, 2016 and  accordingly  it was launched on  1st June 2017 at our State and respectively in  all the districts

Vision

  • Eliminate malaria nationally and contribute to improved health, quality of life and alleviation of poverty.

Goals

  • Eliminate malaria (zero indigenous cases) throughout the entire country by 2030; and
  • Maintain malaria free status in areas where malaria transmission has been interrupted and prevent re-introduction of

Performance of NVBDCP

  1.  As compared to 2019 and 2020 Malaria cases has declined by 40% ,  Dengue  cases by 83.3% & Japanese Encephalitis declined by 100%.
  1. The state of Nagaland is one of the top contenders in the race towards malaria elimination in the Northeast region. Sustained efforts by the programme/department and continued use of correct interventions in the right time will help make this goal achievable.

 

  1. The programme has undertaken various IEC/BCC activities. Awareness and Health camps on Vector Borne Diseases, Inter personal communication and Focus Group Discussions on VBDs with the community are often conducted as part of behavioral change communication.
  1. The Directorate of National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme , Ministry of Health & Family Welfare  Govt of India  has  supplied 845532 LLINS ,  to Nagaland  & the  distribution to the beneficiaries have started by the State Vector Borne  Disease Control Programme  free  of cost   .

Achievements

The key targets and achievements Malaria are given below: The State has achieved tremendous progress in control of Malaria in the past decade and achieved the National goals and objectives:

Sl.

Indicator

National Target

State Achievement in
2018

State Achievement in
2019

State Achievement in 2020

State Target for
2020

1

Annual Blood Examination Rate (ABER)

(Total blood examined/Total population x 100)

>10 %

12.93%

 

11.40%

 

5.54%

>10 %

2

Annual Parasite Incidence (API)

(Total positive/Total population x 1000)

 

<1

 

0.06

 

0.01

 

0.01

 

<1

 

 

Health Camp in Maleria Month 2019

Health Camp Conducted During Malaria Month 2019

Rally on Malaria Day 2019

Rally on World Malaria Day 2019

World Malaria Day 2019

World Malaria Day 2019

ASHA Conducting Malaria Test

ASHA Conducting Malaria Test

 

 

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