The Government of India has come up with a scheme for pregnant women, which has been launched recently under Anganwadi, every year children are enrolled in the Anganwadi center, their names are put in the list, the postic size is very important for pregnant women. That is why, to provide many facilities to these pregnant women, every year and every time many schemes are being taken in the Anganwadi.

India government gives one nutritious dinner consistently to pregnant and lactating ladies and youngsters underneath the age of six through Anganwadi focuses. The plan was sent off formally on January 1, 2015 by Honorable Chief Minister Sri K. Chandrashekar Rao.
For the ladies, 200 ml of milk for 25 days per month and one egg every day will be given with feast . Kids, matured between seven months and three years are furnished with 16 eggs a month notwithstanding a 2.5 kg food bundle. For youngsters matured somewhere in the range of 3 and six years, one egg a day notwithstanding rice, dal, vegetables and bites is provided.

This is Food Chart a

Sl. No.

Category of Menu

Ingredients

Rate (in Rs.)

Normal Children

(500 Cal)

Pregnant and Nursing Mother

(600 Cal)

Underweight

(800 Cal)

I

Main Meal

 

Quantity

Rate

Quantity

Rate

Quantity

Rate

a)

Pongal

Rice

50 gm

`. 0.30

60 gm

`.0.36

80 gm

`. 0.48

Moong daal

25 gm

`. 1.90

30 gm

`.2.28

40 gm

`. 2.71

Cooking oil

3 gm

`. 0.30

3.6 gm

`.0.36

4.8 gm

`. 0.48

Jagarry

30 gm

`. 1.50

36 gm

`.1.80

48 gm

`.2.40

Fuel

 

`. 1.00

`.1.00

 

`.1.00

Transportation

 

`. 0.10

`.0.10

 

`. 0.10

 

Morning Snacks

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

b)

Chatpatti

Mutter

50 gm

`. 1.70

60 gm

`.2.04

80 gm

`. 2.72

 

 

Oil

3 gm

`. 0.30

4 gm

`.0.40

5 gm

`. 0.50

 

Total

 

`.7.10

 

`.8.34

 

`. 10.39

After being separated from the social welfare department, the Directorate of Women and Child Development began operations on 1-4-92 with notification No. 79-SW I/92 dated 10th February,1992. As a nodal agency for women and children’s advancement, the Department develops plans, policies, and programmes and coordinates the efforts of both government and non-governmental organisations working in the field of women and child development. The Department and its constituent organisations collaborate closely with social organisations and international organisations such as UNICEF, World Bank, UNFPA, and others.

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