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05-May-2015 13:53 IST
Funds Allocated for Preventing Communicable Diseases

The funds spent during last three years under the National Disease Control Programmes on communicable diseases and major life style diseases are given below:

 

Expenditure during last three years in respect of RNTCP:

(Rs. In crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

466.14

516.54

639.94

 

 

Expenditure during last three years in respect of NACO:

(Rs. In crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15*

812.39

860.55

787.73

*Release figure as on 31.12.2014.

 

Expenditure during last three years in respect of NVBDCP:

(Rs. In crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

304.38

368.48*

452.62 (Provisional)

*Includes an expenditure of 13.43 crores and Rs. 16.77 crores from IDSP and RNTCP respectively.

 

Expenditure during last three years in respect of NLEP:

                                                       (Rs. in crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

36.89

47.73

42.54

 

Expenditure during last three years in respect of Tertiary Care for Cancer Scheme (TCCs):

(Rs in crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

87.25*

3.91

352.37

* Includes NPCDCS

 

 

 

Expenditure during last three years under NPCDCS:

(Rs. In crores)

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15

87.25*

75.67

217.8

* Includes TCCs

 

Prevention is an integral component of these programmes. Major programmes for these diseases are as under:-

 

1.         National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme (NVBDCP)

2.         Revised National Tuberculosis Control Programme (RNTCP)

3.    National Leprosy Eradication Programme (NLEP)

4.    National AIDS Control Programme (NACP)

5. National Programme for Prevention and Control of Cancer, Diabetes, Cardiovascular Disease, Stroke (NPCDCS).

 

 

Number of people reported cured and died under RNTCP in last 3 years is:

Year

2011

2012

2013

Number reported cured under RNTCP

674498

644539

628826

Number reported died under RNTCP

63265

61887

57095

 

 

Number of deaths in respect of HIV/AIDS under NACP is:

Year

No. of Deaths

2011-12

31990

2012-13

35265

2013-14

29466

 

 

The number of people cured and new leprosy cases detected during last three years is given below:

Year

2012-13

2013-14

2014-15 (provisional)

No. of people cured

127830

134140

121672

New leprosy cases detected

134752

126913

124078

No deaths were reported due to leprosy.

 

 

The disease -wise details of the cases and deaths with respect to vector borne diseases viz. Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya, Japanese Encephalitis and Kala-azar are given below:

 

Malaria Situation in the Country

States/UTs.

2012

2013

2014(P)

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

Andhra Pradesh

24699

2

19787

0

24044

0

Arunachal Pradesh

8368

15

6398

21

5991

9

Assam

29999

13

19542

7

14536

11

Bihar

2605

0

2693

1

1729

0

Chhattisgarh

124006

90

110145

43

122480

53

Goa

1714

0

1530

0

824

0

Gujarat

76246

29

58513

38

40902

15

Haryana

26819

1

14471

3

3715

1

Himachal Pradesh

216

0

141

0

102

0

J&K

864

0

698

0

291

0

Jharkhand

131476

10

97786

8

96140

8

Karnataka

16466

0

13302

0

12335

2

Kerala

2036

3

1634

0

1752

6

Madhya Pradesh

76538

43

78260

49

97785

26

Maharashtra

58517

96

43677

80

53385

63

Manipur

255

0

120

0

145

0

Meghalaya

20834

52

24727

62

39151

78

Mizoram

9883

25

11747

21

23145

27

Nagaland

2891

1

2285

1

1955

2

Orissa

262842

79

228858

67

388451

73

Punjab

1689

0

1760

0

1037

0

Rajasthan

45809

22

33139

15

14167

2

Sikkim

77

0

39

0

40

0

Tamil Nadu

18869

0

15081

0

8714

0

Telangana

Tripura

11565

7

7396

7

47448

96

Uttarakhand

1948

0

1426

0

1171

0

Uttar Pradesh

47400

0

48346

0

41674

0

West Bengal

55793

30

34717

17

25803

62

A.N.Islands

1539

0

1005

0

557

0

Chandigarh

201

0

150

0

114

0

D & N Haveli

4940

1

1778

0

698

1

Daman & Diu

186

0

91

0

55

0

Delhi

382

0

353

0

98

0

Lakshadweep

9

0

8

0

0

0

Puducherry

143

0

127

0

79

0

Total

1067824

519

881730

440

1070513

535

(P) Provisional


 

 

Dengue Situation in the Country

Sl.no

States/UTs

2012

2013

2014*

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

1

Andhra Pradesh

2299

2

910

1

1214

5

2

Arunachal Pradesh

346

0

0

0

27

0

3

Assam

1058

5

4526

2

85

0

4

Bihar

872

3

1246

5

309

0

5

Chhatisgarh

45

0

83

2

440

9

6

Goa

39

0

198

2

168

1

7

Gujarat

3067

6

6272

15

2274

3

8

Haryana

768

2

1784

5

214

2

9

Himachal Pradesh

73

0

89

2

2

0

10

J&K

17

1

1837

3

1

0

11

Jharkhand

42

0

161

0

36

0

12

Karnataka

3924

21

6408

12

3358

2

13

Kerala

4172

15

7938

29

2575

11

14

Madhya Pradesh

239

6

1255

9

2131

13

15

Meghalaya

27

2

43

0

8

0

16

Maharashtra

2931

59

5610

48

8425

54

17

Manipur

6

0

9

0

0

0

18

Mizoram

6

0

7

0

19

0

19

Nagaland

0

0

0

0

0

0

20

Orissa

2255

6

7132

6

6433

9

21

Punjab

770

9

4117

25

470

2

22

Rajasthan

1295

10

4413

10

1243

7

23

Sikkim

2

0

38

0

5

0

24

Tamil Nadu

12826

66

6122

0

2804

3

25

Tripura

9

0

8

0

6

0

26

Telangana

0

0

0

0

652

1

27

Uttar Pradesh

342

4

1414

5

200

0

28

Uttarakhand

110

2

54

0

106

0

29

West Bengal

6456

11

5920

6

3934

4

30

A&N Island

24

0

67

0

139

0

31

Chandigarh

351

2

107

0

13

0

32

Delhi

2093

4

5574

6

995

3

33

D&N Haveli

156

1

190

0

641

1

34

Daman & Diu

96

0

61

0

46

0

35

Puducherry

3506

5

2215

0

1322

1

Total

50222

242

75808

193

40295

131

*Provisional till 31st December, 2014                  

 


 

 

    Clinically Suspected Chikungunya Situation in the Country

Sl.No.

States/UTs

2012

2013

2014*

1

Andhra Pradesh

2827

4827

1359

2

Assam

0

742

0

3

Bihar

34

0

0

4

Goa

571

1049

1205

5

Gujarat

1317

2890

574

6

Haryana

9

1

3

7

Jharkhand

86

61

11

8

Karnataka

2382

5295

6962

9

Kerala

66

273

272

10

Madhya Pradesh

20

139

161

11

Meghalaya

0

0

0

12

Maharashtra

1544

1578

1572

13

Orissa

129

35

10

14

Punjab

1

0

2

15

Rajasthan

172

76

22

16

Tamil Nadu

5018

859

543

17

Telangana

 

0

1687

18

Tripura

 

0

34

19

Uttar Pradesh

13

0

3

20

Uttarakhand

0

0

0

21

West Bengal

1381

646

910

22

A&N Islands

256

202

161

23

Chandigarh

0

1

0

24

Delhi

6

18

8

25

D&N Haveli

100

2

0

26

Lakshadweep

0

0

0

27

Puducherry

45

146

399

Total

15977

18840

15898

*Provisional till 31th December, 2014

No Death reported due to Chikungunya in India

 


 

 

AES/ Japanese Encephalitis Situation in the Country 

Sl. No.

Affected States/UTs

2012

2013

2014(P)

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

1

Andhra Pradesh

64

0

345

3

31

0

2

Arunachal Pradesh

0

0

0

0

88

9

3

Assam

1343

229

1388

272

2194

360

4

Bihar

745

275

417

143

1358

355

5

Delhi

0

0

0

0

0

0

6

Goa

84

0

48

1

17

0

7

Haryana

5

0

2

0

6

1

8

Jharkhand

16

0

270

5

288

2

9

Karnataka

189

1

162

0

75

0

10

Kerala

29

6

53

6

6

2

11

Meghalaya

0

0

0

0

212

3

12

Maharashtra

37

20

0

0

0

0

13

Manipur

2

0

1

0

1

0

14

Nagaland

21

2

20

0

20

1

15

Punjab

0

0

0

0

2

0

16

Tripura

0

0

211

0

323

0

17

Telangana

 

 

 

 

155

5

18

Tamil Nadu

935

64

77

8

346

4

19

Uttar Pradesh

3484

557

3096

609

3329

627

20

Uttarakhand

174

2

0

0

2

0

21

West Bengal

1216

100

1735

226

2381

347

Total

8344

1256

7825

1273

10834

1716

P= Provisional

 


 

 

Kala-azar Situation in the Country

Sl.No.

States

2012

2013 (P)

2014 (P)

 

 

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

Cases

Deaths

1

Bihar

16036

27

10730

17

7615

10

2

Jharkhand

3535

1

2515

0

937

0

3

West Bengal

995

0

595

2

668

1

4

Uttar Pradesh

5

0

11

1

11

0

5

Uttarakhand

7

1

0

0

4

0

6

Delhi*

11

0

6

0

0

0

7

Assam

6

0

4

0

1

0

8

Sikkim

5

0

8

0

5

0

9

Madhya Pradesh

0

0

0

0

0

0

10

Himachal Pradesh

0

0

0

0

0

0

11

Punjab*

0

0

0

0

0

0

 

Total

20600

29

13869

20

9241

11

 Note: -   *=Imported, P= Provisional

 

As per data provided by National Cancer Registry Programme of Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR), the estimated incidence, prevalence and mortality due to cancer in the country for the last three years are as under:

 

Year

2012

2013

2014

Incidence

1057204

1086783

1117269

Prevalence

2820179

2934314

3016628

Mortality

465169

478180

491598

 

No data on mortality is maintained centrally, however, Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) conducts studies on incidence and prevalence of major Non-Communicable Diseases. Among the Major Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), as per Diseases Burden study on Non-Communicable Diseases by ICMR, the number of estimated cases and deaths for Ischemic Heart Disease (IHD), Diabetes Mellitus and Stroke in 2004 are as under :-

 

Disease

Number of cases

(In lakhs)

Number of deaths

(In lakhs)

IHD

224

5.5

Diabetes

378

1.0

Stroke

9.3

6.4

 

States/UTs.

2012

2013

2014(P)

 

 

 

The allocation in the current financial year 2015-16 for the communicable diseases control programmes under National Health Mission is at the same level of the Revised Estimate (RE) for 2014-15. For NACP, there is an increase of Rs. 97        crores between the allocation for RE 2014-15 and Budget Estimate (BE) for 2015-16. Further, for NPCDCS, the available amount has been placed in the Non-Communicable Diseases flexible pool which includes, in addition to NPCDCS, other Non-Communicable Disease Programmes such as Blindness Control, etc.  The Budget Estimate for non-communicable diseases flexible pool during 2015-16 is Rs 554.50 crore whereas during 2014-15, the revised estimate figure was Rs 514.50 crore.

 

As per recommendations of the 14th Finance Commission, the share of States in the net proceeds of Union taxes has been fixed at 42 percent, which is a significant increase over 32 percent awarded by the 13th Finance Commission. The higher devaluation will allow States greater autonomy in financing and designing of schemes as per their needs. Since health is a State subject, the fund availability of health sector is to be viewed by taking into account the total funds being made available through the Central and State Government allocations.

 

The Health Minister, Shri J P Nadda stated this in a written reply in the RajyaSabha here today.

 

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MV/LK