New Delhi, 17 December 2021: The Government is implementing various Family Planning initiatives, few of which are mentioned below:

  1. Mission ParivarVikas(MPV) is implemented in 13 states for substantially increasing access to contraceptives and family planning services.These states are seven high focus states (Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Jharkhand, Chhattisgarh and Assam) and six North-Eastern states (Arunachal Pradesh, Manipur, Meghalaya, Tripura, Nagaland and Mizoram).
  2. Expanded Contraceptive Choices: The current contraceptive basket comprising Condoms, combined oral contraceptive pills, Emergency contraceptive pills, Intrauterine contraceptive device (IUCD) and Sterilization is expanded with inclusion of new contraceptives namely Injectable contraceptive (Antara programme) and Centchroman (Chhaya).
  3. Compensation scheme for sterilization acceptors which provides compensation for loss of wages to the beneficiary and also to the service provider team for conducting sterilization.
  4. Post-partum Intrauterine contraceptive device (PPIUCD) services are provided post-delivery.
  5. Scheme for Home Delivery of contraceptives by ASHAs at doorstep of beneficiaries.
  6. Family Planning Logistics Management Information System (FP-LMIS): A dedicated software to ensure smooth forecasting, procurement and distribution of family planning commodities across all the levels of health facilities.

Programmes launched by the Government in the country, including rural areas, to create awareness about Family Planning are as follows:

  1. Family Planning Media CampaignA holistic media campaign is in place to generate contraceptive demand.
  2. World Population Day & Fortnight and Vasectomy Fortnight are observedevery yearto boost awareness across all States/ UTs.
  3. Under MPV Scheme, promotional activities like Mobile publicity vans, Advocacy meetings, Saas bahu sammelans, and NayiPehel Kits are distributed to increase awareness in MPV districts.

The expenditure incurred by Government on family planning programmes during the last three years and current year, State/ UT-wise are placed in Annexure I.

The progress in bringing down the birth rate during the said period, State/UT-wise is placed in Annexure II.

The amount incurred by the Government for advertisements on Family Planning Programmes during the last 3 years and the current year is Rs. 342.54 crore.

Annexure I

State/UT wise Utilisation for Family Planning activities under NRHM RCH Flexible Pool

from FY 2018-19 and 2021-22(Rs. in Lakh)

S.No. State/UT 2018-19 2019-20 2020-21 2021-22
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 167.61 253.22 163.46 1.42
2 Andhra Pradesh 5551.81 6324.50 9152.46 944.03
3 Arunachal Pradesh 796.27 880.47 1085.41 27.22
4 Assam 11034.73 8693.13 9685.87 856.20
5 Bihar 19813.31 25536.78 21247.00 0.00
6 Chandigarh 134.54 83.11 34.35 3.75
7 Chhattisgarh 6823.22 8381.16 5471.20 731.49
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 112.37 103.83 135.18 5.49

 

Daman & Diu 67.54 45.44
9 Delhi 731.07 743.30 829.19 43.94
10 Goa 169.98 179.93 191.54 2.14
11 Gujarat 11142.51 11434.30 10946.23 1306.89
12 Haryana 4050.78 4086.48 4014.98 841.28
13 Himachal Pradesh 2536.26 1878.55 1609.32 48.25
14 Jammu & Kashmir 2651.90 2587.17 2816.06 1.81
15 Jharkhand 7024.24 7278.85 7516.79 0.00
16 Karnataka 9924.44 9795.19 9113.99 209.01
17 Kerala 2992.29 2842.38 4709.93 15.39
18 Ladakh 277.08 0.00
19 Lakshadweep 27.02 27.73 38.41 0.00
20 Madhya Pradesh 20036.67 20762.02 22671.34 2213.39
21 Maharashtra 16018.54 11314.99 13599.39 102.41
22 Manipur 734.91 728.54 412.44 8.60
23 Meghalaya 668.33 827.71 817.79 14.38
24 Mizoram 425.51 311.44 448.81 1.12
25 Nagaland 699.04 474.61 516.90 20.48
26 Odisha 9388.48 11744.09 11596.52 1048.19
27 Puducherry 157.68 175.56 171.63 7.94
28 Punjab 4110.08 3344.71 3259.66 49.54
29 Rajasthan 19909.40 18256.39 21311.28 2063.49
30 Sikkim 250.70 125.68 171.53 0.00
31 Tamil Nadu 12375.39 11150.52 9032.17 184.98
32 Telangana 5462.27 3488.90 5878.46 50.97
33 Tripura 1059.89 785.77 911.18 41.40
34 Uttar Pradesh 35428.90 31568.45 31247.51 2174.70
35 Uttarakhand 2339.30 1897.07 1961.94 50.21
36 West Bengal 11200.66 8412.66 7542.97 581.00

Annexure II

Progress in bringing down Birth Rate State/UT-wise

 

S. No. India/ State/ UT Crude Birth Rate
    SRS 2017 SRS 2019
  INDIA 20.2 19.7
1 Andaman & Nicobar Islands 11.4 11.0
2 Andhra Pradesh 16.2 15.9
3 Arunachal Pradesh 18.3 17.6
4 Assam 21.2 21.0
5 Bihar 26.4 25.8
6 Chandigarh 13.5 13.0
7 Chhattisgarh 22.7 22.2
8 Dadra & Nagar Haveli 23.6 21.9
  Daman & Diu 20.2 18.6
9 Delhi 15.2 14.4
10 Goa 12.5 12.3
11 Gujarat 19.9 19.5
12 Haryana 20.5 20.1
13 Himachal Pradesh 15.8 15.4
14 Jammu & Kashmir 15.4 14.9
15 Jharkhand 22.7 22.3
16 Karnataka 17.4 16.9
17 Kerala 14.2 13.5
18 Ladakh   14.9
19 Lakshadweep 15.0 14.8
20 Madhya Pradesh 24.8 24.5
21 Maharashtra 15.7 15.3
22 Manipur 14.6 13.6
23 Meghalaya 22.8 23.2
24 Mizoram 15.0 14.5
25 Nagaland 13.5 12.7
26 Odisha 18.3 18.0
27 Puducherry 13.2 13.3
28 Punjab 14.9 14.5
29 Rajasthan 24.1 23.7
30 Sikkim 16.4 16.5
31 Tamil Nadu 17.2 14.2
32 Telangana 14.9 16.7
33 Tripura 13.0 12.8
34 Uttar Pradesh 25.9 25.4
35 Uttarakhand 17.3 17.1
36 West Bengal 15.2 14.9

The Union Minister of State for Health and Family Welfare, Dr Bharati Pravin Pawar stated this in a written reply in the Lok Sabha today.